Even though I knew this news was coming, when I read the update from Frehley’s family on Sunday evening I paused and wept. Tears for the pain of the finality of their loss. Tears for the dreams for their daughter that will go unfulfilled. But, also, tears for the peace that their precious daughter now feels in Heaven, in a new body that is cancer-free.
It is with a broken heart that we make this post, Frehley has received her wings as she left us this evening and went to Heaven. She has been such a strong spirit to us and everyone who she met. She faced her opposition and fought it tooth and nail, and truly “Stayed Strong” until the very end! Though we are very sad right now, we take comfort knowing that she is at peace and her fight is over. We thank every one of you who have prayed for, loved, and supported Frehley.
There really are no words to express the emotions most of us parents feel when reading about the death of a child, especially when you know the people involved. Please, keep Frehley’s family in your thoughts and prayers, now and in the weeks and months to come. Their need for love, support and encouragement has not ended. Indeed, a hug or kind word or note is going to be just as important for them as they go through their grieving process. To leave an encouraging word for the Gilmore family you can go to the Stay Strong Frehley Facebook page.
In case you are new to my blog and didn’t read the previous posts about Frehley here are the links.
1. Fight Like A Girl: A Matter of Perspective
Oh I am so sorry to hear this. I was so moved by her story. Thank you for the update.
It’s very sad when a child passes away.. anyone really. As they say, the person is in a better place with no pain anymore. Prayers to the family.
I have no words. I can’t even begin to understand what this family must be going through. God bless them and I hope they find some comfort in this incredibly difficult time.
I have no words. I cannot even begin to understand what this family must be going through. God bless them and I hope they find some kind of comfort in this incredibly difficult time.
I’m sorry for your loss. Seeing the amount of support for Frehley, was a joy.
Oh, I am so sorry to hear of this loss.