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  1. What a heart felt message, my heart breaks for your loss, but not just yours, this young man had so much to give back as a member of society, it’s all our loss. THANKYOU for the reminder to hug and love our children and grandchildren one never knows when that will be taken away.

  2. How incredibly courageous of you Doug and Debra to share the story of your monumental loss. It is a gift and a reminder to all of us that our greatest treasures need protecting, even when they are still finding their way into adulthood. I’m grateful and heartbroken at the same time.

    There are so many young men and women in Sooke, like Talon, who are finding their way and susceptible to those who take advantage of their curiousity and youth. Your story is a gut-wrenching reminder for parents to listen to our kids. Hear them without judgement.

  3. I only met Talon once and he was an exceptional young man. Full of life, handsome, with a smile that could stop traffic, polite and engaging, and absolutely the centre of his parent’s life. The world needs more young men like him. He is not defined by a mistake or the cause of death, he is defined by the love he gave and was given to him. However, his story will hopefully save another from a similar tragic ending that has become far too frequent. Thank you for your courage Doug and Debra to share your story.

  4. Sorry for your loss I know how u feel all so well just lost my son to the same shit just last week then had to send him home form out west to the east coast he would have been 29 on Oct the 20th of this year

    • Norman Dutton, I am sorry for loss and sad you will have to go through all we are still going through, we are not alone…..sadly.

  5. Norman Dutton, I am sorry for loss and sad you will have to go through all we are still going through, we are not alone…..sadly.