Michelle Janice Sherlock Death – Michelle Janice Sherlock of Jacksonville, Florida, passed away on Monday, August 28, 2023, she was 59 years old. Raymond Aloise of DeLand, Florida, Michelle’s son, said in a saocila media tribute that he had the best mother in the world as he was truly blessed. Raymond said visiting his mother for the last time she could not speak but she would try and mouth words and she mouthed the words “kidney, love you” and the doctor in the room said she wants you to know you’re getting her kidney.
I lost it who else’s mother has not only given their life for their son once by having them but twice by sacrificing her kidneys so that I may continue to live. We had a hero’s walk for her on her way to surgery which they let me be apart of then they instantly wheeled me down to be prepped for my own surgery. I’m trying not to be sad and cry because I know damn well she told me not to cry for her so for my mother I’m going to try and put on a smile and I will keep fighting not just for myself but for her and all of the other strong mothers that love their sons and daughters unconditionally, he wrote.
She was an amazing woman, a champion for children. Michelle had a funny sense of humor and cared about those around her. Michelle Janice Sherlock Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
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A man is reported to have died after tumbling down a flight of steps at a club in Jacksonville, Florida, which is located directly across the street from the stadium in which the Florida vs. Georgia football game was played. Randall Scott Amos, age 27, reportedly passed away late on Saturday night at the Tailgate Bar and Grill, according to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. A member of Amos’s family told me that he worked for the city.
His passing was the third fatality to occur throughout the course of the game weekend in the past three years. The competition is sometimes referred to as “The World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party.” In the wake of the tragic fatalities that previously befell David Robert Ferguson and Thomas Oliver Brown, the presidents of the two educational institutions have been leading an oppositional campaign against the cocktail party nickname.
The morning after the game in 2004, it was announced that Ferguson, then 19 years old, had gone missing. Five days later, his body was discovered between two buildings, and the authorities suspect he fell off a parking garage before his death. In October of last year, Brown, then 23 years old, was brutally murdered close to the same location.
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