Angie Moore

Angie Moore
Angie Moore

Angels Info

Name: Angie Moore
Age:  34
Location: Union City, Indiana

DOD: April 04, 2017




OBITUARY:
Police said a Winchester man drove for as long as 15 hours with the body of a female overdose victim in the back seat of his car. 

Ryan K. Fisher, 37, of the 800 block of Beeson Drive, has been preliminarily charged with reckless homicide and neglect of a dependent in the woman’s death, which apparently took place on the night of Tuesday, April 4. 

Fisher told authorities he was with Angela Kay Moore, 34, of Union City, when she overdosed while they were at a pond near Randolph County roads 900-N and 700-E about 10 p.m. that evening. 

He claimed he tried to revive her by performing CPR for as long as three hours. 

Fisher said “he didn’t know what to do, so he drove around all night and through the day on Wednesday, April 5, with Moore in the back seat of his vehicle,” Chad Puterbaugh, a Randolph County sheriff’s detective, wrote in a report. 

The Winchester man brought the body to Jay County Hospital in Portland about 5 p.m. Wednesday. 

Fisher at first told an Indiana State Police investigator he had picked Moore up after finding her walking along U.S. 27, and invited her to join him on a fishing outing. 

On the way to the pond, he claimed, he and Moore argued about her desire to be driven to Ohio. 

He said he parked the car and took a walk “to calm down,” and returned to find Moore dead in the back seat of his car 


During a later interview with Puterbaugh, Fisher acknowledged the story he told the state trooper was false. 

Randolph County Prosecutor David Daly’s office on Monday was granted 72 additional hours to file formal charges in the case. 

Fisher – convicted of a burglary-related charge in 2015 – was being held without bond at the Randolph County jail. 

The Winchester man was also convicted of two drunken driving charges in 2015. 

Overdose victim Moore had faced several drug-related charges in Randolph County courts in recent years. 

Those with adults when they became incapacitated can, depending on their response, be charged with neglect of a dependent.
 
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Ray Bougneit

Ray Bougneit
Ray Bougneit

Angels Info

Name: Ray Bougneit
Age:  48
Location: Memphis, 
Tennessee
DOD: January 9, 2017




A bit about me:
Ray was one of a kind. He would always tell it like it was. Some people might have thought he was crash or rude. But the fact was he had a heart of gold. He loved his three stepchildren most of all Kristen, Amber and Lonnie. He is gone but will never be forgotten.
 
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Lindsay Dutcher

Lindsay Dutcher
Lindsay Dutcher

Angels Info

Name: Lindsay Dutcher
Age:  38
Location: Binghamton, New York

DOD: January 6, 2018




OBITUARY:

BInghamton – Lindsay Ellen Dutcher passed away unexpectedly on 1/6/18 after losing her ongoing battle with drug addiction. It was another sad example of prescription pain medication leading to stronger opiates and heroine. Lindsay loved spending time with her family, friends and pets. Her love of music, great food and good times will always be remembered. She had just recently become licensed to sell insurance and annuities in the state of Florida while trying to straighten out her life through various drug treatment programs.

Lindsay is survived by her mother, Judith Dutcher, who tried very hard to make Lindsay’s life peaceful again. She is also survived by her father, William Dutcher, brothers Matt Dutcher (Kappy, Chloe & Cole) Jesse Dutcher (Erin, Sadie, Greta, Roman and Cullen), Brandon Dutcher, long-time boyfriend Rich Chrzaszcz, and many other friends and family.

A private mass at the family’s convenience and a celebration of life to be announced. God rest her soul.

 
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Haili Asquith

Haili Asquith
Haili Asquith

Angels Info

Name: Haili Asquith
Age:  37
Location: Worcester, Massachusetts

DOD: January 7, 2018




OBITUARY:
WORCESTER – Haili Irene Asquith, 37 of Worcester, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, January 7, 2018.
Haili was born in Worcester and graduated from Shepherd Hill Regional High School. Haili was a loving mother, daughter and sister. She was a beautiful person taken from her family way too soon. Haili struggled with the disease of addiction but it did not define who she was. She was active in the recovery community and was a beacon of light for so many in their darkest times. Haili was a member of Journey Community Church where she was an active participant. “Your legacy will forever live on through your family and friends.” 
Haili is survived by her two sons, Sean Delvalle and Haiden Orsi both of Worcester; two daughters, Samara Rodas of Leicester and Kyah S. Perkins of Millbury; her parents, Paul J. Asquith of Cherry Valley and Theresa Ann (Dulmaine) Asquith of Worcester; her sister, Hollie A. Asquith of Charlton; her paternal grandparents, Carol and Paul Asquith of Cherry Valley; her maternal grandparents, Robert and Patricia Dulmaine of Worcester; aunts, uncles and cousins.
Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Haili’s family on Friday, January 12, 2018 from 4-7 pm with her funeral service to begin immediately at 7 pm in the MERCADANTE FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL, 370 Plantation St., Worcester. Burial will be held privately. In lieu of flowers, kindly consider making contributions in memory of Haili to: Journey Community Church, 25 Belmont St., Worcester, MA. 01605. To share your thoughts, memories or prayers with her family, please visit Haili’s personal guestbook at 

www.mercadantefuneal.com
 
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Jordan Cooper

Jordan Cooper
Jordan Cooper

Angels Info

Name: Jordan Cooper
Age:  23
Location: Clarksville, Tennessee

DOD: Oct 20, 2017




A bit about me: 
Jordan loved life. He was caring and smart and he loved cars and driving. He also had love for tattoos. He was great son and brother. He had loving fiance and many friends. His last heroic act was giving 5 others new chance at life with gift of his organs….REMEMBER FOREVER
 
OBITUARY:
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Ryan Zeman

Ryan Zeman
Ryan Zeman

Angels Info

Name: Ryan Zeman
Age:  26
Location: Cranston, Rhode Island

DOD: April 21, 2017




 
OBITUARY:
ZEMAN, RYAN JOSEPH
26 of Cranston, was granted into God’s Kingdom on April 21, 2017 passing away in Port St. Lucie, Florida. Visiting hours will be held on Saturday from 9am–12 noon in the NARDOLILLO FUNERAL HOME & Crematory 1278 Park Ave., Cranston, followed by a funeral home service. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to: New England Heroin Epidemic, NEHE, 102 Spring Grove Rd., Chepachet, RI 02814. Visit NardolilloFH.com for online condolences.
 
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Christina Tackett Ward

Christina Tackett Ward
Christina Tackett Ward

Angels Info

Name: Christina Tackett
Age:  30
Location: Richmond
Kentucky
DOD: February 19, 2016




 A bit about me:
She was an very adventurous & a loving mother, sister, daughter, & granddaughter! She left behind 3 children & we all miss her everyday & everything about her! We love her so much & wish she was here with us to enjoy watching her kids grow up
 
OBITUARY:
Christina Tackett Ward age 30, died Friday at Baptist Health in Richmond. Christina is the daughter of Archie (Sherri) Douglas Tackett of Texas and Jennifer Sue (Larry Johnson) Tackett of Richmond. Christina is also survived by her husband Lonnie Ward, her children Wyatt Kelley, and Kloe Kelley, and her siblings: Lisa Bicknell, Ashley Johnson, Michael Tackett, Bryce Tackett, and Sara Tackett, and her grandparents Ben and Lois Holbrook, Harold and Sue Bowman, and Douglas R. Tackett, and great-great grandmother, Christeen Harris. 
Funeral services will be Friday Feb. 26, 2016 at 2:00 pm at Lakes Funeral Home Rev. Tommy Masters officiating. Burial will be in the Rogers Cemetery at Kerby Knob. Pallbearers will be Michael Tackett, Bryce Tackett, Carl Fryer, Matt Farthing, Harold D. Bowman Jr., Shannon Stamper, and Kenneth Biggs. Honorary Pallbearers will be Wyatt Kelley, and Nichole Blanton. Visitation will be Friday beginning at 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. Online condolences at www.lakesfuneralhome.com.
 
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Blake Douglas Evans

Angels Info

Name: Blake Douglas Evans
Age:  23
Location:  Franklin, Kentucky
DOD:  August 6, 2017




Angels Bio:

On August 6, 2017, our son, Blake, died from his addiction. Born on July 21, 1994, he was only 23 years old. We want to share Blake’s story so that someone else’s life may be spared because of his death. Blake’s addiction was a mental illness and no one sets out in life to become an addict. What happened to him and to our family was needless and his battle with addiction took over his brain like a demon that slowly destroyed his life.

From just a baby, Blake was charismatic, happy and funny. Blake was an old soul. He was always curious and had an amazing sense of humor. His smile lit his face and when he was around there was no denying how smart, sensitive, kind and compassionate he was. He was so very deeply loved by everyone who encountered him. He had so much promise and was so full of life.

Blake had a passion to draw and play music but it was way more than that. He was passionate about everything that he set his mind to. He wanted to do anything that he could do with his hands. He was so warm and bighearted, he took pride in helping anyone in any way that he could. He worked hard and he was so proud of himself when he made the steps to get into rehab. He was scared of taking the steps to get help, but he knew that his life was to be more than his addiction. For his family knowing that he wasn’t sleeping on the street and was safe for those months was comforting.

He met so many amazing people through his rehabilitation who shared their story with Blake about how they beat their addiction. He even talked about getting back into college to become an alcohol and drug abuse counselor. When he was awarded his Step Works metal it was one of the proudest days of his life.

For Blake, the reality of living life on life’s terms was apparently something he felt incapable of doing. His journal had a quote that he says is a metaphor for himself “What doesn’t come out in the wash, comes out in the rinse.”

He says, “I’m sick and tired of hurting, hurting my parents, hurting my friends and family, they don’t need this; they have their life together. I have been honest and wanna stay honest. The truth hurts, it does, but I love that hurt and love my family and friends. I do not want anymore pain. So, no more of depriving myself or my family of the son they deserve.”

The day Blake died, a piece of all of us died along with him. We will love and miss Blake every day for the rest of our lives. The pain of his death is gut-wrenching and intolerable. More and more stories like Blake’s need to be told so that others battling addiction can get the help that they need.

Blake, we can only pray that you found the peace that you needed to finally quiet the voices in your head. We know you are watching and you can see how many people truly love and miss you. You were a blessing and an inspiration to everyone who’s lives you have touched.

Blake is survived by his loving parents, Ellen and Mark Hall, Scott and Robyn Evans. He is also survived by his two brothers, Brandon and Courtney Evans, Grant and Jasmine Evans and his step sister Maggie Hall. He is the grandson of Kenneth and Jean Forshee and the late Horace (Dude) and Shelby Evans.

Blake graduated from Franklin Simpson High School in 2012