Benson Obituary, Death – It is still hard for me to realize that I am truly writing these sentences at this precise time. I find it hard to believe. When my heart is in such a state of turmoil, I am at a loss for words to adequately describe how I feel. And I am angry. Possessing a significant amount of rage and fury. Yesterday evening, Josh Benson, a good friend of ours as well as a volunteer who had endured CDH for as long as he had, went away in a peaceful manner. Also, he was a person who had lived through the CDH. Josh, a patient who had survived CDH, had been in a large amount of agony for a lengthy amount of time, and we exerted a tremendous amount of effort in an attempt to provide him with some respite from the anguish that he was enduring as a result of his condition.
About that topic, that is going to be the last piece of commentary that I offer for the time being. I can’t say much more since I’m so irritated. He was a wonderful brother to his two beautiful parents, who he now leaves behind, and as he made his journey, he was allowed to join his sister in heaven. His one and only sibling, who, regrettably, passed away not too long ago, and to whom he was compelled to say his final good-byes before he could move on. I just don’t have the mental capacity to comprehend how terrible his mother and father must be right this second in light of the situation. In this difficult time, we ask that you pray for him.
He is in need. Josh… I feel like we let you down. I am truly sorry that we have not been able to live up to your anticipations. I firmly swear that in order to commemorate your memory, I will fight with the same vigor as I do in order to honor the memory of my own kid. I will not let your legacy be forgotten. I hope that you are finally able to get some rest, my buddy. At this point, the ordeal has reached its successful conclusion.