You I'm sure are NOT a perfect parent, but someone who sits home and judges people. I doubt you even have any kids!well common sense should tell a parent you do not take a child to a work site. And for your info, my husband is a Claremont police officer who wanted charges pressed against these people. And my job is in the school system.. So if you think its normal to have your kids at dangerous jobs with you; feel free...but expect disastrous outcomes......
A 12-year-old Claremont, N.H., boy has died, four months after being run over by a forklift Jason Hagerman's grandfather told WMUR the youngster died Sunday at the Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center.
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#21 Jun 6, 2010
Since: Aug 10
claremont new hampshire
#22 Aug 17, 2010
listen person you don't know the story if your saying that he got kicked out of school for self defense don't judge his parent's you should be aiming at the school not them so lay off there backs....and im really sorry tracey i loved jason so much he was like a brother to me just wish i could have seen him last time i saw him was 4th grade :\ thoughts and prays are with your family
#23 Jan 28, 2011
aunt tracey, dont let these people judge you, you are amazing!
#25 Aug 2, 2011
Thank you, Jordan.:) I think of him every day and miss him more and more as time goes by. I wish I could snuggle him and tell him how much I love him. I will feel this way every day for the rest of my life.
#26 Sep 8, 2011
I've tried to wright this as much as possible.
But I can never find the right words.
Jason was my best friend at the time, we'd spend every vacation together, all summer. I wouldn't go home for weeks, we'd beg his mom endlessly until she would agree to let me stay over.
I miss the nights of us staying up watching movies playing his ps2, eating tiny pizza rolls. Walking around in the snow and cold weather..
Tracy was a great mother, she would do anything for her children, anything for Jason.
Jason wasn't a perfect kid..he was funny, cool, creative. I looked up to him as a brother. The last thing i said to him before i left his house on Sunday night before the incident was, yeah man, I'll see you soon. Then i hopped in the car hoping to see him again.
I googled his name to find this, because on lonely days I remember Jason, when i listen to one his favorite songs I remember him. I could listen to Jason go on about something forever. Or I could tell him anything. We'd agree on almost everything.
When ever we hang out at his house, Jason was a good kid, he would be nice to anyone, he'd stand up for his friends, me.
Jason was a good kid, I miss him like a brother.
R.I.P Jason W. Hagerman.
#27 Feb 11, 2012
So sorry for this family'.s loss. There is a reason things are called accident and if you don't know, don't speak. We can't put our kids in a bubble. My daughter fractured her skull tubing, am I a bad parent for exposing her to a world she will one day be on her own in?!!!! No I pray for peace for this family and know things happen for a reason even if they hurt and you will see your loved one again someday]
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