R.I.P. Andrew Bloch

About a month ago my good friend Chris messaged me and told me his girlfriend’s 15 year old brother died. He asked me if I would come to the wake since I knew Ashley well. I told him I would come. I never even met Andrew or knew of him and didn’t know Ashley had a brother. So the day of the wake came I got dressed picked up Chris and we headed over. When we got there the whole parking lot was filled so we had to park at Friendlys. After we parked and walked in the place was packed of sobbing friends, teachers, and family. I went up to Ashley and the parents and told them I was sorry. I looked at andrew’s father and Andrew was his first kid and noticed how much he loved his son and would do anything to bring him back. Then payed my respects to Andrew. I looked down at a pale white 15 year old boy who did nothing wrong in life, had no haters, and was loved by everyone. I started to break down into tears. I couldnt take it anymore so I left and waited for Chris to come out and go. I kept thinking to myself why did God take his life away and not some criminal’s life? It has been bothering me and haunting me since. I feel so sorry for the family. I feel their pain and I wish some happiness would come to them. Please keep Andrew and his family in your prayers. R.I.P. Andrew Bloch the friend the brother I never knew!

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5 Responses to R.I.P. Andrew Bloch

  1. It was kind of you to go to the wake. Why did he die? It is sad when someone young dies. This summer, I lost a close friend. Other friends of mine have lost parents. And I know many people who have had a beloved dog or cat die. It has been a hard year for a lot of people. I hope your friends and their family recover from this quickly.

  2. joeleanza says:

    I’ve lost two close friends in 2 years. They were both extremely nice, and loved kids. No one deserves to die, by why the people who do nothing wrong? It’s not fair.

  3. s00941585 says:

    I know where your coming from. I lost a friend when I was in 8th grade. His mom tought at the highschool that I went to, and I know that ahe probaly couldn’t wait till my class graduated so she wouldn’t be reminded of him everyday.

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