In Loving Memory of Lacie Dryer Who Committed Suicide After Her Children Were Stolen
THIS BEAUTIFUL PERSON Lacie Dryer committed suicide this morning in her home. Heartbroken from her children being taken away by CPS. She was one awesome mom sister friend and loved everyone. How could someone so strong... I can't believe this happened. Suicide is never the answer ppl. I miss her already. Please keep her family in your prayers.
You were an amazing woman always so happy. A very hard worker you worked your butt off for your kids it didnt matter how tired you were. You will never be forgotten your kids know you love them rest in peace love me and klayton:)
Mariah Nicole Dufek
I've cried for you. I've cried for your kids. I'm crying as I write. I'll remember you forever. It breaks my heart, knowing the strong woman that you are, that you were so broken inside. May your heart and soul live forever in the peaceful place you are now, I know it will live in in my heart, and all those that surrounded you.
DRYER "BAHR", LACIE J. 29 of Parma went home to be with the Lord Tuesday, January 28, 2014. Lacie was the daughter of Mary and Chuck Bodnar born July 10, 1984 in Jackson. She is survived by her children, Tyson Bahr, Brooklyn Bahr, Alishia Dryer, and Cooper Dryer; step-daughter, Destiny Dryer; her parents; brother, Cory (Shawna) Bahr; two step-sisters, Bonnie Ryder, and Jamie Perrin; step-brother, Chris Bodnar; several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. Lacie was a graduate of Western High School. She loved being around people and being very active. She enjoyed spending time with her children, family and friends. She was loved by many and will be sadly missed. A celebration of her life will be held at the Watson Funeral Chapel in Parma, Saturday, February 1, 2014 at 4:00 PM, Michael D. Mason officiating. According to her wishes, cremation will follow. Memorial contributions may be made to her children's memorial fund. The family will receive friends at the Parma Chapel from 3:00 PM until the time of service at 4:00 PM. WATSON FUNERAL CHAPEL 421 EAST MICHIGAN AVENUE
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