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RIP

Bowling Green, KY

#1 Mar 10, 2012
So sad what happened. Too many young people are passing away.
city boy

Somerset, KY

#2 Mar 10, 2012
RIP wrote:
So sad what happened. Too many young people are passing away.
What happened?
?

Herndon, VA

#3 Mar 10, 2012
What happened and how old is he?
regina lay

Eddyville, KY

#4 Mar 10, 2012
nathan was always the life of the party. he was my age.. class of 2011. he was loved by so many. and so many are hurting from this tragedy. we will see you again coon. love you.
Concern

Canton, OH

#5 Mar 10, 2012
It is such a tragic thing that happened to Coon, however, may this be a lesson to all of you on what happens when drugs and booze r abused. The comment about so many young people dying, really?? Change ur life style, get help for your problems, and this won't happen to you. I pray all his friends who r struggling with addictions find a way to overcome them so that ur family does not have to go through this tragic event. Please ask for help, let's stop and think how much more you have to offer and make Coon proud by doing something good with ur life.
hey

Bowling Green, KY

#6 Mar 10, 2012
Concern wrote:
It is such a tragic thing that happened to Coon, however, may this be a lesson to all of you on what happens when drugs and booze r abused. The comment about so many young people dying, really?? Change ur life style, get help for your problems, and this won't happen to you. I pray all his friends who r struggling with addictions find a way to overcome them so that ur family does not have to go through this tragic event. Please ask for help, let's stop and think how much more you have to offer and make Coon proud by doing something good with ur life.
nicely put. Thank u
bg girl

New Albany, IN

#7 Mar 10, 2012
A good time can turn bad real fast
respects

Loretto, KY

#8 Mar 11, 2012
I don't know him. Never heard of him. Our nieghbors know him. So he partied too hard and bad things happen inatead of teaching a lesson to everyone show some respect and let people mourn without thinking how he went out and how its wrong. Rip nathan coon.
Anonymous

Bowling Green, KY

#9 Mar 11, 2012
Coon was one of best friends.. Good guy that just made a bad choice.. You will definitely always be missed and loved bro.
Kbb

Herndon, VA

#10 Mar 12, 2012
Man, this SUCKS. This kid didn't deserve this an the people that were with him have something coming their way.
hmmm

United States

#11 Mar 12, 2012
Kbb wrote:
Man, this SUCKS. This kid didn't deserve this an the people that were with him have something coming their way.
How u.going to say who he is with its coming there way. Either way its sad what happened to him bit apparently the kid knew what he was doing everyone's knows drugs and alcohol don't mix. I don't the person personally but I know people that know him and I'm sure his family and friend r mourning
Kbb

Herndon, VA

#12 Mar 12, 2012
hmmm wrote:
<quoted text>
How u.going to say who he is with its coming there way. Either way its sad what happened to him bit apparently the kid knew what he was doing everyone's knows drugs and alcohol don't mix. I don't the person personally but I know people that know him and I'm sure his family and friend r mourning
yeah leaving him alone in a bed was probably the best thing for my friend huh?
Kbb

Herndon, VA

#13 Mar 12, 2012
Don't even reply to that. Ignorance is golden, aye?
YouKnowNothing

Eddyville, KY

#14 Mar 12, 2012
Kbb wrote:
Man, this SUCKS. This kid didn't deserve this an the people that were with him have something coming their way.
I do agree that the lose of Nathan is very tragic & didn't have to happen. But just as too many others before him, he made the chose to do the things he did. No one made him do it. You can not blame another person for what someone else willingly chooses to do. If this had happened to one of the other people there instead, it would not have been Nathan's fault. Each person, including Nathan, that lives this life knows the risk & they choose to do it anyway. The only people to blame for the deaths of these young people are the ones that are no longer here. So stop talking negatively about these people once they have passed. Nothing will change what happened or bring them back. Let their friends & family grieve & remember the good times with their loved one.
Kbb

Herndon, VA

#15 Mar 12, 2012
I said don't reply.
Kbb

Herndon, VA

#16 Mar 12, 2012
Also, I know he chose to do those drugs, but why didn't those supposed "friends" call an ambulance sooner? No doubt in my mind they waited until the morning once they were all partied out.
really

La Grange, KY

#17 Mar 12, 2012
Kbb, I don't know who you are. But it could have happened to anyone. The decision to do drugs was his, I've made decisions the same and hell knows it could have just as easily been me, but we all know the risks before we do it.
The people he lived with are going through ABSOLUTE hell right now, they don't need someone throwing more blame on them. Respect his memory, tomorrow is a big day for everyone.
Nicole

Atwater, OH

#18 Mar 12, 2012
Kbb wrote:
<quoted text> yeah leaving him alone in a bed was probably the best thing for my friend huh?
Coon was a close friend of mine and it sounds like to me you didn't know him. That is my sister and great friends you are "trying to dog" HE wanted to go to his room alone and that's what he did. They went and CHECK on him and sit him up just in case he did have to puke again. You don't know shit. Before you speak, Learn your info because YOU dONT know what your talking about!
you know nothing

Herndon, VA

#19 Mar 13, 2012
Guess you knowing he had his dads pulls and nobody told him to do it nor did anyone put them in him, if you truly knew him you would know how he's always been, he did a bad decision an he was looked after, but you know once people sleep they sleep, an not knowing is the biggest thing, everyone knows what the mixture does, so it's nooner fault, it's bad choices, you wanna say those people have it coming, how about you been there to get the kid away from it, where were you at KBB, where wee you to stop him. Did you know him, did you know what he always was doing, other wise you would know the difference in what your saying, don't blame others, for others, otherwise blame yourself for not being there for him, it would be the exact same thing except on your shoulders, plz, u an ur friends grow up an find out before you tell the whole world 947383838 stories..
you know nothing

Herndon, VA

#20 Mar 13, 2012
And the fact they were either stolen from his dad or they were given to him to do some thing with, not mentioning, was all between those two. So point fingers some where else. Would you let someone else hold your "stash" and then come to find him bc no answer then come find him the next morning when people are sleeping, maybe you people should know a LITTLE more!!!!!!

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