Lennie Dean Farris, 42
#1 Sep 18, 2011
Is it true that when a person is known to be taking antidepressants, and dies, it is automatically assumed to be a suicide? Because, in this case, NO ONE who knew Lennie and his life, would believe my brother committed suicide. Many reasons for this, suffice it to say his whole life was just about to finally come together. He had a lifetime to look forward to. This man, my brother, had many shortcomings, as we all do. What I do know for a fact is that Lennie had a good, king heart and he loved his kid's more than anything. He would not leave them to go through what they are going through now. He would NOT! I know this is very personal, but anyone who has been devastated by this will understand. I mostly wanted to set the record straight. Randelman is a small town, and like all small towns, people talk and gossip. I wanted to address the gossip.
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