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    Posted August 12, 2014 by
    west reading, Pennsylvania
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    In Memoriam

    Best Tribute-bring awareness

    I have loved Robin's films, tv, COMEDY, and him as a person. I wish to suggest bringing awareness to suicide- my ex fiance Steven Boorse, Kurt Cobin, Joan Rivers hubby, the list is lengthy. It is still the word of whispers, bring it to the for front, The best tribute is to turn his death into a uplifting positive. To have people- live to the future, love, LAUGH, and look to the stars. (Zelda we loved your dad) Please have the family start a foundation to bring awareness- that people don't live in shame of the demons that are in our heads, don't pick apart our weaknesses. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I feel that Robin's comedy is a good part of a protection for keeping those demons at bay. (May be the alcohol helped too- but a crutch is not the man) My story is that Steven Boorse died April 21 1991 to suicide by a gun over the phone to me- I still love him today. I still love Robin Williams. Please bring awareness to the disease of depression. (Screw what Tom Cruise thinks of Brooke Shields depression) We all can have a moment in the deep hole of dispair, not all come out (not because of our strength, but our weekness) Again, Please start a foundation of Laugher to high his good (great) but making his history a legacy of support in getting suicide not an embarassment, a shame, a lonily moment, not a despair act, but a learning, growing, loving, supportive legacy that saves his memory, in career

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