Josh Staab remembers his "brother" Joe McKenna

by Steve Janas
(Philadelphia, PA)

This is actually a video, but you can re-post it wherever you like. Can you use it?

Josh Staab reminisces about his "best friend-brother" Joe McKennna, who died of a drug overdose at age 30. It's pretty raw and emotional stuff about an experience that, unfortunately, more and more people are going through these days.







https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKc-uc2-lx0





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I'm so very sorry about Joe's death:(
by: Debbie Wicker

Dear Steve,

I did post the video. I'm so sorry for Joe's death and for the grief that Josh is feeling. Josh's is asking the correct question... Why didn't Joe listen? So hard to know, but making this video may help someone else to hear and get the treatment they need to stay alive!


Debbie

Thanks for posting
by: Steve Janas

Thanks for making this available for people to watch. I just want to make sure that Joe is remembered, not just as a statistic but as a human being. Thanks again.

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