suicides of Sienna Caselle, 16, Hannah Hollis, 17 Georgia Walsh 16, Nina E. Zendarsk 14, Kayleigh Caeser 28

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suicides of Sienna Caselle, 16, Hannah Hollis, 17 Georgia Walsh 16, Nina E. Zendarsk 14, Kayleigh Caeser 28

Post by redpill on Mon Mar 27, 2017 10:07 pm

Sienna Michele Caselle
May 12, 1999 ~ April 15, 2016 (age 16)


Sienna Michele Caselle, (Monkey/Bug), 16, of Sabillasville, MD, entered into heaven too soon on 15 April 2016.

Sienna was born in Colorado Springs, CO to Michael and Anna Caselle on 12 May 1999. She was attending school at Catoctin High School and was in her Junior year, to graduate in 2017. She was currently employed at St. Joseph’s ministries assisting the elderly. She was passionate about snowboarding, waterskiing, boating, cross country running and driving her Wrangler. She was on the honor roll, and was recognized by her school as a Featured Junior. She volunteered with non-profit organizations that service people with disabilities, such as Two Top Mountain Adaptive Sports Foundation and On the Edge Children’s Foundation, along with various other non-profits throughout the country. She helped a great many people with disabilities obtain a new found confidence and skill in life.

Sienna touched so many lives. She inspired people to engage in life through the activities she loved. She never saw a person’s disability, only their potential. She brought passion to everything she did and touched. She will forever be in our thoughts and prayers, as we are sure she will be in so many others.

Per the family’s request, in lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Two Top Mountain Adaptive Sports Foundation or On the Edge Children’s Foundation, in her name.

Fly high angel. Epic rides, endless powder and smooth water await

news article
Jeremy Bauerwolf wrote:
Sienna Caselle was perpetually smiling.

The 16-year-old’s smile was as much her uniform as her plaid shirts, bandannas and snapback trucker hat. Her motto: Ride fast, take chances.

Sienna’s smile was so infectious, her attitude so uplifting and passionate, that no one saw the hints she would end her own life.

Her mother and her sister are still in shock, said her father, Michael Caselle. He might be, too, he said, in an interview in the back of Stauffer Funeral Home in Thurmont, after a memorial service for Sienna on Wednesday. He invited The Frederick News-Post to the service to hear memories of Sienna, celebrate her life and, hopefully, through coverage, guide others away from suicide.

“We want to make sure people hear us when we say there is always somebody to talk to,” he said.

In Maryland, suicide is the third-leading cause of death for those ages 10 to 24, according to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. On average, every 14½ hours, someone kills himself or herself in Maryland, according to the foundation’s statistics.

In retrospect, after Sienna’s death on Friday, there were small signs that went unnoticed, Michael said in an interview.

read rest here

article states depression runs on the father's side. Sienna had an active life of water jet skiing and volunteer to help those with disabilities.

Hannah Rose Hollis 1999 - 2017 age 17

Obituary of Hannah Hollis

Hannah Rose Hollis, born July 13th 1999 in Clear Lake Hospital, beloved daughter and sister entered into eternal rest with our Lord Jesus Christ on March 19, 2017. Proceeded in death by her mother Kimberly Ann Hollis, died September 8th 2013, survived by her Father Alan Hollis, stepmother Fabiola Hollis, sisters Lauren Rayne Hollis and Holleigh Rebekah Hollis, Aunt Lorena Fillman, Uncle Glynn Hollis, and her loving cat Kiki.

Hannah just 17 years old was one of the brightest, most talented and lovely young women anyone could have ever known. When she was just three years old she fell in love with cooking and at this young age instead of watching Barney on television she engrossed herself with cooking shows. Learning to read at a very young age she always had her nose in a cookbook and from this early stage she began showing her aptitude in the kitchen. Hannah had a gift in the kitchen and was always making something delicious for everyone to enjoy. Hannah’s infectious smile and propensity to make everyone laugh through her practical jokes would warm the heart of anyone near. No matter what kind of trouble Hannah would get into, she had an uncanny ability of charming her way back into the good graces of everyone with her persistent laugh and incredible hugs. Hannah spent the better part of most summers at the Rocky River Ranch camp for girls and over the last few years had become a camp counselor. This is where her giant heart really showed through; she was responsible for the youngest of the campers and was immensely loved by all of them, receiving cards, letters and calls from these young campers telling her how much they enjoyed spending time with her and how much they loved her. Hannah was generous with both her time and her heart, always putting others feelings before hers. She was the best gift giver and always had the ability to give the perfect gift to her family and friends. Hannah’s work ethic was amazing, besides her school work and making good grades; Hannah worked as a life guard and was always taking on more shifts and working every day. Along with her school and work, Hannah was a member of the Pearland High School Golf Team, playing on the varsity squad for 4 years. Out of all the many things Hannah accomplished, she was most proud of her full acceptance to Texas A&M University and was preparing to attend classes in the fall. Hannah loved the thought of going off to school and attending the same University as her sisters, becoming an Aggie and getting to hang out with “Reveille”. Hannah always had the highest of ambitions and had dreams of becoming an anesthesiologist and talked of wearing her “scrubs” and living in a high rise downtown. Truly extraordinary, blessed with so many gifts, Hannah was the most amazing young woman and to know her was to know a truly beautiful soul. She will be loved and missed forever.

dailymail wrote:Though the motive for Hanna's suicide may forever remain unclear, her mother had passed away in 2013.
'The stigmas surrounding mental illness have never been more prevalent in our school than right now,' Hannah's classmate Ericka Chang-Kalandros wrote in the petition.

in my opinion if they don't know the motive, and the family wants to know, i suggest testing for ska2 suicide gene for both hannah and sienna

Friday the 17th March, Georgia Walsh took her life – she was 16 years old. Georgia was incredibly talented, very artistic and dedicated. Georgia is loved dearly. She was so funny, very quick witted and incredibly brave and her family are enormously proud of her.

Georgia Walsh was killed instantly after being hit by the train at Dunton Green station on Friday

On Friday the 17th March, 2017 Georgia Walsh took her life – she was 16 years old. Georgia was incredibly talented, very artistic and dedicated. Georgia is loved dearly. She was so funny, very quick witted and incredibly brave and her family are enormously proud of her.

no reason states so i'm thinking ska2 suicide by train, yikes

Nina E. Zendarsk 14 commited suicide  March 15, 2017 due to online bullying on social media

perhaps fb should allow underage users to flag posts as bullying, and if staff agree, bully's fb deleted

Care nurse Kayleigh Caeser, 28, from Kent, took her own life on Christmas Eve, 2016 via hanging

Miss Caeser had mental health problems and had also suffered two recent bereavements in the run up to her death last Christmas

Sienna Caselle, 16,  Hannah Hollis, 17  maybe Georgia Walsh 16

shows you can be a teen girl having fun jet skiing and getting accepted to Texas A&M  or being talented when for unknown reasons and without any warning, commit suicide

and no suicide note explaining the decision so it will remain forever a mystery Suspect

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