Lauree Lage
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Cameron..My Son, My Life

Posted on September 23, 2010 at 6:46am 10 Comments

Cameron was just 1 1/2 months shy of 22 when he passed away. We live in California and he had gone to Denver to pick up his car the last time I saw him. I gave him a hug good-bye on Wednesday night and the next time I saw him was a week later when he was returned home to me. The weeks and months following have been a blur.



Cameron was my baby, I had him when I was 34 and I was devoted to him. He was a happy, popular guy that everyone loved.… Continue

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At 1:25am on June 20, 2014, David, BERNIE's dad said…

Good-looking guy, your Cameron. Just noticed you liking my profile.

Many thanks, Lauree. Sharing grief helps so much.

Dave.

At 2:43pm on May 19, 2014, David, BERNIE's dad said…

My heart is there with yours. Our losses are so unbelievable. I wish you courage and strength.

At 11:27pm on April 4, 2011, CHERYL said…
Hi Lauree! Sorry it took so long to get back. The anniversary of my son's death was March 1. I had so much I wanted to do for Jeremy that day and the phone would not stop ringing. Finally when I was able to leave, I twisted my ankle going down the stairs. My ankles are weak, after my son's death, I dropped 20 lbs., I am sure I lost alot of muscle. I used to walk everyday and was very active, now I hardly get out. Still I wasn't going to let it stop me from what I wanted to do for Jeremy (my son) So I wraped it with an ace bandage and my husband helped me to the car. I think the anniversary of the burial was harder for me and my husband. My husband's niece was married on that day in the same church that Jeremy was passed through on his burial, we did not go, too painful, but the rest of the family went, although they did not want to go. I told them not to miss out because of us. My husband was really hurt that they picked that day, he took it harder because it was his family. I thought it was very insensative. Many things have happened since. The officer that investigated assured us that the girl that provided the pills, then watched him die should get 2nd degree murder. She got a slap on the wrist and rehab. Oh ,did I tell you that 7 mths after she killed my son she was busted with a bag full of drugs all bagged up with people's names on them that she was selling to. And also a book with everyone she sold to and a confession in her own hand writing that it was her pills that killed Jeremy. She never even went to court, never been in the paper. We have to see her at our local store and all over the place. Our justice sucks! I think I am more upset right now with the dirty people who let her get away with it! I pray that God would let them feel my pain. When my son died, I lost half of my heart. These corupt people who are covering it up are stabing me in what is left of my heart and twisting the sword in my wound. I pray that you have a better day.
At 11:27pm on April 4, 2011, CHERYL said…
Hi Lauree! Sorry it took so long to get back. The anniversary of my son's death was March 1. I had so much I wanted to do for Jeremy that day and the phone would not stop ringing. Finally when I was able to leave, I twisted my ankle going down the stairs. My ankles are weak, after my son's death, I dropped 20 lbs., I am sure I lost alot of muscle. I used to walk everyday and was very active, now I hardly get out. Still I wasn't going to let it stop me from what I wanted to do for Jeremy (my son) So I wraped it with an ace bandage and my husband helped me to the car. I think the anniversary of the burial was harder for me and my husband. My husband's niece was married on that day in the same church that Jeremy was passed through on his burial, we did not go, too painful, but the rest of the family went, although they did not want to go. I told them not to miss out because of us. My husband was really hurt that they picked that day, he took it harder because it was his family. I thought it was very insensative. Many things have happened since. The officer that investigated assured us that the girl that provided the pills, then watched him die should get 2nd degree murder. She got a slap on the wrist and rehab. Oh ,did I tell you that 7 mths after she killed my son she was busted with a bag full of drugs all bagged up with people's names on them that she was selling to. And also a book with everyone she sold to and a confession in her own hand writing that it was her pills that killed Jeremy. She never even went to court, never been in the paper. We have to see her at our local store and all over the place. Our justice sucks! I think I am more upset right now with the dirty people who let her get away with it! I pray that God would let them feel my pain. When my son died, I lost half of my heart. These corupt people who are covering it up are stabing me in what is left of my heart and twisting the sword in my wound. I pray that you have a better day.
At 11:23pm on April 4, 2011, CHERYL said…
Hi Lauree! Sorry it took so long to get back, I know I have been gone a while. The anniversary of my son's death was March 1. I had so much I wanted to do for Jeremy that day and the phone would not stop ringing. Finally when I was able to leave, I twisted my ankle going down the stairs. My ankles are weak, after my son's death, I dropped 20 lbs., I am sure I lost alot of muscle. I used to walk everyday and was very active, now I hardly get out. Still I wasn't going to let it stop me from what I wanted to do for Jeremy (my son) So I wraped it with an ace bandage and my husband helped me to the car. I think the anniversary of the burial was harder for me and my husband. My husbands niece was married on that day in the same church that Jeremy was passed through on his burial, we did not go, too painful, but the rest of the family went, although they did not want to go. I told them not to miss out because of us. My husband was really hurt that they picked that day, he took it harder because it was his family. I thought it was very insensative. Many things have happened since. The officer that investigated assured us that the girl that provided the pills, then watched him die should get 2nd degree murder. She got a slap on the wrist and rehab. Oh ,did I tell you that 7 mths after she killed my son she was busted with a bag full of drugs all bagged up with people's names on them that see was selling to. And also a book with everyone she sold to and a confession in her own hand writing that it was her pills that killed Jeremy. She never even went to court, never been in the paper. We have to see her at our local store and all over the place. Our justice sucks! I think I am more upset right now with the dirty people who let her get away with it! I pray that God would let them feel my pain. When my son died, I lost half of my heart. These corupt people who are covering it up are stabing me in what is left of my heart and twisting the sword in my wound. I pray that you have
At 5:34pm on March 24, 2011, Bobbys mom said…

Hi Lauree,

what a beautiful boy. My son was also a BMX kid he loved it. He was killed while working in Florida on 11/9/09 he was 24 and my oldest son. I know he is gone but I honestly don't think I believe that he is never really ever coming back. Everyone says it will get easier, but I sure have not felt it. I hope you are doing better than I am. I will include you in my prayers. Bobbys mom Michelle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At 2:15pm on March 4, 2011, shannon churchill said…

Just wanted to check in and say you are in my prayers. God bless you. 

Shannon

At 11:27pm on March 1, 2011, Jackie Jones said…
thank you for your words.  my son liked to wakeboard and snowboard as well.  everyone talks about his sense of humor.  dam this is so hard we should not have to be going through this.  so not fair.  its been a month today that he died.  i am waiting for autopsy results still to get answer on to exactly why.  i can only go by rumors until then. which is they think he got confused with his prescription medication and overdosed. 
At 10:46pm on February 26, 2011, Jeff Justus said…

Lauree, My wife and I went to two meetings and have never went back. There were no others that had lost a child. There were two that lost their spouse ..... and one that was griefing her friend's loss of a husband. I guess grieving is grieving but from my stand point. I lost my father, my sister and then my son. By far losing my son was the hardest situation to deal with. I guess losing a child puts other things in perspective.

Your son Cameron is such a good looking young man. I can tell what a joy he was in your life. This is why our situations are so difficult. We had wonderful children that didn't deserve the fate that was dealt to them.

At 10:46pm on February 26, 2011, Jeff Justus said…

Lauree, My wife and I went to two meetings and have never went back. There were no others that had lost a child. There were two that lost their spouse ..... and one that was griefing her friend's loss of a husband. I guess grieving is grieving but from my stand point. I lost my father, my sister and then my son. By far losing my son was the hardest situation to deal with. I guess losing a child puts other things in perspective.

Your son Cameron is such a good looking young man. I can tell what a joy he was in your life. This is why our situations are so difficult. We had wonderful children that didn't deserve the fate that was dealt to them.

 
 
 

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