Aubreigh Paige Wyatt Death – A call for prayers and suicide awareness has been made by the Ocean Springs, Mississippi community following the tragic death of the daughter of a respectable Oceans Springs School District teacher. Aubreigh Paige Wyatt the beloved daughter of Heather Wyatt passed away from suicide after a battle with depression (a mental illness that can become deadly.) The young lad was only a student at the Ocean Springs Middle School located at the 3600 Hanshaw Rd, Ocean Springs, MS. Aubreigh Paige admired her family and especially her mother Heather who was a third-grade teacher at an Ocean Springs School District.
Aubreigh Paige Wyatt loved her family, her fellow students, her friends and her colleagues at work. The respectful female was pronounced dead from a self-inflicted injuries. Preliminary investigations determined that Aubreigh Paige Wyatt died from an apparent suicide on Monday, September 4, 2023. Following Aubreigh Paige’s death. her heartbroken mother wrote;
My beautiful sweet Aubreigh Paige has gained her angel wings. We are heartbroken! We are so thankful for all the thoughts and continued prayers. Please continue to pray as we go through this devastating time. My sweet baby.#forever13
The Ocean Middle Scene says that donations are being made to deliver to the family of the 13-year-old’s. “Ocean Springs Girls Softball – Prayers for Aubreigh Wyatt’s family! OSGS will be taking in donations to deliver to their house. Many times people get lots of food and forget paper plates, paper towels, toiletries for guests that come in, and water. If you’d like to donate please drop it off with Ashley. You can contact me at +16622079229 for pick up and we will get everything gathered and taken to them.”
According to Aubreigh Paige Wyatt’s friends, Aubreigh Paige Wyatt battled with the dreaded mind-eating illness but somehow always manages to wear her beautiful smile. “She was an amazing girl. On the outside she was always smiling and happy and surrounded by friends, we never saw the demons she was fighting within herself. She will be missed by so many. Prayers for her sweet momma, Heather Wyatt, and her siblings as they endure this tragedy.”
Residents have been shouldered with the responsibility’s of teaching their young ones the importance of a mild conversation with their peers, teach them also to avoid bullying and the use of sentences that may encourage a negative feeling to the listener, as many teenagers and young adults in the U.S have reportedly taken their own lives as a result of bullying.