Irlene Hutchison
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  • Salem, OR
  • United States
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At 8:36am on December 4, 2015, George Sylves said…

Good morning Irlene, hope you are doing well. Have a good weekend if possible and know we are thinking of you.

At 7:21am on December 2, 2015, George Sylves said…

Irlene, I think i got a question from you about anger, but i cant find it now. let me just say this, i know in my hart that Annie my wife was depressed for years and was not thinking about anything but being a burden on all of us no matter how many talks or promises she made not to do this. her decission was wrong and hurt alot of people but i cannot be mad at her for that, ! only have deep deep sorrow that no one could reach her and show her it would ever get better. she wrote alot and i have found all kinds of journals that she talks about not being good enough or a terrible fear of failing at everything. she has put her thoughts of suicide on paper for over 20 years and i just found out 6 years ago. i will always love her and miss her sooo much. But i am not mad at her because i understand she had no hope of getting better and felt like a burden to all, this was not even close to true but clearly she could not think stright.

At 2:01pm on December 1, 2015, George Sylves said…

Hello Irlene, I lost my wife to Suicide will be 14 weeks this Wednesday, she had a pure hart and was loved by so many. she struggled with depression and bi polar for years. sometimes it took me hours to get her out of bed in the morning. have faith and remember the good times and honor his memory.


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