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Friends remember Reagan Beene



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Reagan A. Beene played for the Cambridge High School freshman football team. (click for larger version)

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The Beene family. (click for larger version)

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Cambridge High School students created a memorial Monday, Dec. 16 in front of the school. Flowers, Bible verses and prayers decorated the flagpole base dedicated to "15," Reagan's jersey number. The lawn was decorated with blue and white balloons. (click for larger version)

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Reagan Beene loved fishing. (click for larger version)

The Cambridge community is in mourning after the loss of a young student Dec. 16. A video was created on YouTube remembering 14-year-old Reagan Beene.
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December 16, 2013
MILTON, Ga. — The Cambridge High School community was in shock Monday, Dec. 16, after learning of the suicide of one of their own.

Reagan Austin Beene was a popular 14-year-old freshman, described as funny and sensitive by family and friends.

Beene's friends called him a prankster, who loved to listen to country music, especially Carrie Underwood and Toby Keith. He loved the outdoors, whether it was tubing at the lakes near his grandparents Texas home, playing golf or fishing and hunting.

"He was funny, always smiling, always happy," said his mother, Britt Beene.

Reagan Beene, who was born in Arlington Heights, a suburb of Chicago, Ill., died Saturday, Dec. 14.

This was a day after Milton Police charged the teenager along with a dozen of his friends with underage drinking at a house party in Crooked Creek.

The Beene family moved to Milton in 2005.

Reagan, whose freshman football jersey was No. 15, also played middie for the Cambridge High School lacrosse team.

When it came to television, he loved to watch "Duck Dynasty."

His mother recalled "That and the Dallas Cowboys Football," Britt said. "The Texas Longhorns were second.

"Stonecreek Church has been a huge influence on his life and he had just gotten baptized a couple of weeks ago," his mother said. "He touched so many lives."

Mourning students came to school Monday to a makeshift memorial on the school's front lawn and remembered Reagan on and off campus this week. The memorial at the school included flowers and posters with messages for their classmate.

Susan Hale, Fulton County Schools spokeswoman, said the school responded to the news by bringing in grief counselors and a crisis team.

"We are trying to be supportive of staff and students," Hale said.

Friends fondly recalled Beene.

"He was like a little brother to me," said Croix Martini, 16, who also plays on the lacrosse team. "He was really popular and had a lot of friends."

Students at Cambridge High are "shocked," said Carson Smith, 17.

As the lacrosse season begins in late January and early February, students plan to dedicate the season to Beene.

"We are writing 'RB' on our helmets," said Smith.

In the morning of Dec. 16, half of the student population at Cambridge High walked to Stonecreek Church and many checked out after that.

"It's a day of remembrance and grief," Smith said, after checking out of school and spending Monday afternoon at Alpharetta North Park.

Smith and other members of the school's lacrosse team said they needed to "blow off some steam."

Cambridge Principal Ed Spurka sent word out to parents over the weekend about the loss.

"We express our deepest sympathy to the Beene family; our thoughts and prayers are with them in this time of grief," he wrote. "Tonight and in the coming days, I encourage you to talk to your children about their feelings and experiences and encourage them to seek support from our counseling staff if appropriate."

Social media sites like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter were filled with many posted remembrances and sympathy to the family.

"The biggest smiles hold the most pain, and he had one hell of a smile. RIP Reagan Beene," tweeted fellow Cambridge student Remy Johnston.

Beene is survived by his parents, Jeffry A. Beene and Britt Beene; older sisters, Anderson "Ace," 20, Mallory, 17, and younger brother, Travis, a seventh grader at Hopewell Middle School.

A memorial service was held Wednesday, Dec. 18, at 3 p.m. at Stonecreek Church.

In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations to Stonecreek Church, 13540 Ga. 9 N., Milton, Ga. 30004 in the name of "Reagan Austin Beene."

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Outpourings of sympathy have flooded the Internet for the Beene family.

Our hearts are broken with sadness for the Beene family. We are keeping Reagan and the entire Beene family in our daily prayers.

The Townsend family,

Milton, Ga.

We are so very sorry to hear of your loss. You have been in our thoughts, and we will continue to pray for comfort and strength to you all.

The Willsey family,

Long Valley, N.J.

So sorry for your loss; my heart breaks for you and your family. Thoughts and prayers with all of you.

Christie Green,

Georgia

My deepest sympathy to you and your family for your loss. Please accept my condolences on behalf of myself and my family with God's grace to help you through this most difficult time. We will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.

Darren Morley,

Cartersville, Ga.

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  1. report print email
    Poor kid...
    December 16, 2013 | 06:01 PM

    Permanent fix to a permanent problem. Wish he had the guidance to get through his charges, despite them being a life changer.

    atc
    Milton
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    Reagan Beene
    December 16, 2013 | 07:50 PM

    I knew Reagan, I went to school with hom for all of moddle school. We weret best friends, but we were friends. Whenever he would walk into a room it would light up, no matter what the mood was. He will be missed. Reagan, and the Beene family are in my thoughts and most of all my prayers.

    Kayleigh Quinones
    Milton
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    Forever Remembering Reagan!
    December 17, 2013 | 08:26 AM

    My thoughts and prayers are for Jeff, Britt,Anderson, Mallory, and Travis thru this very difficult time. Words can not describe the feeling and emotions everyone is feeling for your loss! What I will also remember Reagan for is that he always wanted to please people! He was always smiling and more importantly he committed his life to Christ a few weeks ago! Now we know that he is in Gods hands and God got his Back!
    God Bless the Beene Family

    Craig Furr
    Milton
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    Message
    December 17, 2013 | 09:31 AM

    This is certainly a tragedy, and my heart breaks for the family and friends of this young man. But I'm not sure it sends the right message to memorialize him as a hero like this. How will other young people who are struggling view this coverage?

    Concerned
    Johns Creek
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    Reagan Beene
    December 17, 2013 | 09:42 AM

    Yes. Very sad and tragic indeed. Highly agree with Concerned Johns Creek parent. I also question the act of memorializing this kid as a hero. Gives the wrong message to students. Especially the students who wrote "he loved to party...and died doing what he loved"

    Concerned Milton parent

    Concerned Milton parent
    Milton GA
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    So sorry for your loss
    December 17, 2013 | 11:06 AM

    Concerned Milton Parents, please remember this was a 14 year old child. A child. His mistakes do not
    define him. He obviously touched many, many lives in a positive way. There is much more being remembered here than his last actions. His life is what is being remembered and obviously he was a hero to many.

    So sorry for your loss
    Milton, GA
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    So sorry for your loss
    December 17, 2013 | 11:06 AM

    Concerned Milton Parents, please remember this was a 14 year old child. A child. His mistakes do not
    define him. He obviously touched many, many lives in a positive way. There is much more being remembered here than his last actions. His life is what is being remembered and obviously he was a hero to many.

    So sorry for your loss
    Milton, GA
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    Why??
    December 17, 2013 | 11:52 AM

    Why? All I can ask is why? Will my children one day take their life? I pray for answers for the Beene family and for the world. I am so sorry to hear of the beautiful life that was taken. Are we just too hard on our youth? Underage drinking? So what! He was a 14 year old boy. Really?? Boys have been drinking at 14 since before prohibition and it was not illegal! When will the world wake up and just use some common sense? I am so sorry Beene family "" my heart aches for you. May God be with you and heal your hearts and souls. God Bless.

    Mom of 4
    Milton
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    Cherish
    December 17, 2013 | 01:50 PM

    Fellow parents, please go home and hug your kids extra hard tonight. Don't be the first to let go. You never know when you will have the last chance to express your love for them. I pray for Reagan's friends and family that they may get through this difficult time.

    Eduardo
    Milton
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    Reagan Beene
    December 17, 2013 | 02:02 PM

    i didnt know Reagan, but i have friends that were very close to him. i heard that he was a very bright young man and very loved. My prayers go out to his family and loved ones. I cant begin to imagine the pain you all are going through. remember that Reagan and God are looking down on you, protecting you, and helping you through all of the mourning. God has a purpose for everything. All we can do is pray and be strong for the people around us. Stay strong, keep fighting. Fly high angel. You are missed, Reagan, but never forgotten. 15

    hailey
    cumming, GA
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    why was the gun no locked up.
    December 17, 2013 | 04:52 PM

    This is a horrible trajedy that has really shaken the community. The question no one has answered is how he got a hold of the gun. Even the best teenagers can be impulsive. Hopefully this can turn into a learning opportunity for our youth

    mom of 2
    milton
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    Reagan Beene
    December 17, 2013 | 09:48 PM

    In fact, our kids will never have the freedom we had as kids.
    I am So Sad, I am So Very, Very Sad.
    May God be with you Reagan Beene.

    Mom of 2
    Alpharetta
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    Tragedy
    December 17, 2013 | 10:08 PM

    My heart breaks for the family and friends of this young man.
    I have a 13 year old and the road ahead of him is
    So scarey. I try to teach him to try to make a difference in one
    Persons life, teaching "Rachel's challenge" and would
    Love for "Will to live" foundation to come to Milton.
    These kids need to feel loved and need to be taught
    To just except people for who they are.
    God grant this family your loving hands of
    Peace. I will be praying for you

    Mom of Milton student
    Milton
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    Tragedy
    December 17, 2013 | 10:08 PM

    My heart breaks for the family and friends of this young man.
    I have a 13 year old and the road ahead of him is
    So scarey. I try to teach him to try to make a difference in one
    Persons life, teaching "Rachel's challenge" and would
    Love for "Will to live" foundation to come to Milton.
    These kids need to feel loved and need to be taught
    To just except people for who they are.
    God grant this family your loving hands of
    Peace. I will be praying for you

    Mom of Milton student
    Milton
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    For Every Teen
    December 18, 2013 | 09:52 AM

    Parents like me are grieving over the loss of Reagan Beene. A boy who's like our sons and whose mistakes are no different than our own. Some parents hide the truth of their hell raising days. I tell it like it is. It wasn't that long ago that I was in high school, graduating in the late nineties. I went to parties; threw parties; smoked pot; and got caught by the police. I had two minor possessions and was punished by the legal system. Guess what? It wasn't the end of the world. I was forced to attend substance abuse seminars and AA meetings. The part that punished me the most was that I disappointed myself and my parents. That might have weighed most heavily in the heart and mind of Reagan Beene. He is not the first person to drink underage. Most everyone does. Whatever consequence comes with that is never worth ending your life. I know. I bet if Reagan Beene had a do-over he'd rather have more years on earth than in heaven. But it's too late. I want every teen to know that the mistakes you're ashamed of now are probably some of the same ones your parents made. Don't let the guilt drive you to end your life. One final thing. While you're throwing back on the weekends, which you undoubtedly will again, never drink and drive.



    Confessions of a Straight-Talking Mom
    Milton
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    Reagan Beene
    December 18, 2013 | 11:04 AM

    I agree with Straight-Talking Mom. I would like to add - when did we stop being neighbors? When did we stop helping each other? Did the police really need to called? Why not just call the parents or just go over to the house and break up the party? I had a similar situation with my teenage son and my next door neighbor called me to handle it. Remember - it takes a village.

    Mom of Teenagers
    Milton
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    No more teenage suicides!
    December 18, 2013 | 11:31 AM

    As a Milton Mom, I have been so sad about this horrible news.

    It seems there are two types of teenage suicides - impulsive, like Reagan's, and those resulting from depression that are more planned out.

    Nonetheless, the result is the same. How can we get into teenager's minds and show them that there are other solutions to their problems?

    Mr. Trautwein and his "Will to Live" message was just at Cambridge High School a month ago!

    Reagan heard Mr. Trautwein's message "to have a plan if you feel like hurting yourself (call a trusted adult), for other teenagers to look out for their friends and Acknowledge/Care/Tell if their friends are cutting or talking about suicide. And if your brain is sick with depression get medical help like you would for a broken leg.

    Beside being so sad, I am at a loss of what more can be done for our teenagers. They seemingly have so much but obviously something is missing.


    Sad Milton Mom
    Milton
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    R.I.P. Reagen Beene
    December 18, 2013 | 11:41 AM

    Reagen was such a nice caring guy. He was one of those kids that everybody knew. when he walked in a room it would just light up. We he laughed or smiled it would just make your day. he has impacted so many lives its hard to see him go. He is in a better place now. we all love and miss Reagen Beene. He will forever be remebred. Cambridge loves you. <3

    carolyn
    Milton
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    Kindness & Sympathy, please
    December 18, 2013 | 12:48 PM

    As a parent who has lost a child, although different situation, please be kind!!!! I can assure you that the questions brought up have engulfed their minds since the tragedy. They have asked your same questions to themselves constantly!! This family needs their community's kindness. Please be respectful and allow them grace.

    Jenny
    Milton
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    Reagan Beene
    December 18, 2013 | 08:13 PM

    As a Milton mom of teens this is a heartbreaking tragedy. However
    I'm surprised there has not been any
    Concern that this household did
    Not have any barriers to a 14 year old having
    Access to a loaded gun

    Especially when the parents were in a different
    State.



    Allie Greenwood
    Milton
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    Ditto
    December 19, 2013 | 06:14 AM

    I agree with Jenny. This family needs kindness and sympathy and support at this time. Don't think for a second we couldn't wake up one morning and find ourselves in their shoes. We would then know what living hell means. Knock off the judging, Milton mom's and do something positive to support this family.

    Jack
    Providence Rd.
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    Reagan Beene
    December 19, 2013 | 07:59 AM

    Milton parents need to wake up and start helping with solutions instead of judging!! The police DID NOT need to be called to this home, there were 12 freshman there at 8:30 at night!!! A concerned neighbor should have knocked on the door- They should not have been drinking but the police absolutly went over board in staying in the home for 3 hours ticketing and interrogating a bunch of 14 and 15 year olds! This needs to be a time of love and support not placing judement. Reagan was a fabulous child that made a permanent decision to a very temporary problem~ Let him be remembered with love and that infectious smile.

    Milton Mom
    Mitlon
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    Heart broken and want to do something in memory of this young ma
    December 19, 2013 | 10:27 AM

    As I sit here for the 3rd morning after hearing this from Anderson's roommates sister and crying and hurting with this family who I have never met I want somehow someway to get a message out to young people that no matter what you do or have done we can work through this together Don't take your life out of guilt parents have unconditional love Now my challenge to all parents is instead of being so competive with our kids to love and support all kids and friends and STOP trying to pretend our kids are perfect but encourage ALL kids in their endeavors and accomplishments and even failures.
    To this family I want you to know that my daughter met your sweet son and she and I will keep his memory alive and will do something here in his memory at our local school to honor and remember him
    Prayers love and hugs to this family

    Mary

    Mary bowling
    Florence, al
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    Reagan Beene
    December 19, 2013 | 01:12 PM

    So sorry for your tragic loss Beene family. I know you'll always miss the happiness Reagan brought to your family. As a mother of "grown" children and now a grandmother of one, I'm still waiting on the "manual" to arrive. We want only the best for our children. We must remember that teenagers don't know what they don't know so our expectations of them must be realistic. If we want them to talk freely with us and tell us what's going on in their lives, WE have to remember to guard our reactions at what they're telling us and try and guide them to the next level. Most of us are lucky to be here today after all the partying and antics that followed. We have to set a realistic bar for these children..(and that's what teenagers are)...and realize everyone is so different and you can't tell someone HOW to feel, but just let them know you will always be there for them with NO judgment!

    Julie
    Johns Creek
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    Reagan Beene
    December 19, 2013 | 01:13 PM

    So sorry for your tragic loss Beene family. I know you'll always miss the happiness Reagan brought to your family. As a mother of "grown" children and now a grandmother of one, I'm still waiting on the "manual" to arrive. We want only the best for our children. We must remember that teenagers don't know what they don't know so our expectations of them must be realistic. If we want them to talk freely with us and tell us what's going on in their lives, WE have to remember to guard our reactions at what they're telling us and try and guide them to the next level. Most of us are lucky to be here today after all the partying and antics that followed. We have to set a realistic bar for these children..(and that's what teenagers are)...and realize everyone is so different and you can't tell someone HOW to feel, but just let them know you will always be there for them with NO judgment!

    Julie
    Johns Creek
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    Reagan Beene
    December 19, 2013 | 05:40 PM

    Would you all just STOP already!!! These people are grieving a horrible loss. A 14 yr old BOY for God's sake!! Leave them in peace and shut up already. Stop judging and clean up your own house for your kids sake. The culture in Alpharetta bleeds judgement. There's more money than God in this area with the focus on giving kids more things and being permissive. I, for one, have witnessed many of the families in this area give their kids everything from cars to guns to credit cards with no limits. Parents who think it's cool to let the 16-18 yr olds drink in their homes and not make them stay there. Are you idiots!! Let these kids be kids already. Love your kids and give your them some boundaries. Say NO once in a while. Give them a curfew. 16 is not an adult. Spend more family time with your kid and if they don't want to hang with you, make them stay home once in a while anyway just because you are the PARENT and still can. Alpharetta mom's, get a life or a job or both and just learn to say NO and deal with the angry, resentment that comes with the adolescent rite of passage. Teens are wired to have the angst kick in at 12. Stop placating to avoid conflict. Maybe then, your kid will learn to deal with the emotions that come up because you have actually let them experience them before.
    But leave these people alone. Social media ruined any chance of anyone having a private life in this world. For what it's worth, try at least letting the Beenes's have one.

    Concerned in Apharetta
    Alpharetta
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    @ Concerned...
    December 19, 2013 | 11:20 PM

    Your last post states to "Stop judging" and then you go on a rant JUDGING ALL households YOU DO NOT KNOW other than with respects to their GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION!!!!!

    Finally "social media" ONLY ruins those lives for those who CHOOSE to be a part of it!

    The VERY IDEA you tell OTHERS to not be judgmental while you DO is the pillar of hypocrisy!

    JK
    Milton
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    @JK
    December 20, 2013 | 11:32 AM

    Well said!!

    Mom
    Milton
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    @alliegreenwood
    December 20, 2013 | 11:43 PM

    In reply to Allie Greenwood,
    Your comment sickens me. I know the details prior to the event and after and I pray that next time you comment on something like this you atleast get your facts straight. Reagan's parents are some of the greatest parents I've met and the whole family has such a good head on their shoulders. Your comment is acting as if he didn't have access to the gun, then it wouldn't have happened at all. You are basically stating that it is the parents faults for not locking up the gun properly which is not the facts at all since it was in a LOCKED safe that they did not even think in a million years that Reagan could've gained access to. You're quick-to-judge reaction to the situation is very appalling and I hope you think before you speak next time especially during a time like this. Thank you,
    A friend of the Beenes

    The Beene's Friend
    Milton
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    Reagan Beene
    December 21, 2013 | 03:51 PM

    With deepest respect for the Beene family, the only way for the speculation to end in regards to what occurred would be if a formal statement was made. I am not saying they have any obligation to do that. I respect their privacy and they will need the love and support of family, friends and professionals to get through this together. But the kids are talking on twitter and other social media. You do not need a twitter account to find out that this party was planned and who some of the attendants were. Speculation as to what occurred comes from mentions about the gun, drugs, alcohol, arguments, and the police showing up. This was not the first time these CHILDREN had partied either. The only person that can tell the whole story is unfortunately not here to tell it. So let us all take a lesson from this and know what your kids are doing, who they are with, and what they are saying.
    God bless the Beene family.

    CHS/Milton parent
    Milton
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    Why
    December 21, 2013 | 05:42 PM

    Tks for your email Crystal.

    I agree I think we (all of us ) may have a very widespread problem in our hands. Suicides, drugs ....the scope of this is probably worse that it appears.

    But I don't think it is fair or realistic however to try to look for a specific cause in Reagan's death. This is not a time to point fingers or accuse others of culpability.

    I don't know why what is happening is happening. You may be right. Some. I don't think that over indulged kids is the core reason though. But that is just my guess.

    It is probably a combination of a lot of things :
    Overindulgence
    Pressure on grades
    Pressure on sports
    Pressure on music/arts
    Both parents working
    But most of all I think it is probably the internet and social media which has eliminated all privacy for the kids and also magnified - to an unbearable degree for many - peer pressure - something that was already so hard, so often mean-spirited and ugly. Communication -Twitter, Txt, Instagram, Snapchat is insidious and has cut many of the tethers that kept us grounded.

    I don't know what the solution is - the one that is realistic - as the internet and social media is not going away.

    More personal face to face meaningful interaction - everyone- is a start. I don't think you can force a change. I don't think you can mandate one. I know you can't use your authority to try to force feed the change you want to see .

    Repairing faith and family foundations -some way- would help.

    I don't have answers though. Just guesses.


    Appen
    Alpharetta
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    Guardian Angel
    December 28, 2013 | 04:25 AM

    This article gets to me. I cried when I read this, I had been wondering about him and who he was. I remember asking myself who is he? Why can't I stop thinking about him to later find out he was born a couple minutes of where I'm from. I don't know if I ever did meet him when we were younger or maybe not but if we did and that is the reason I can't stop thinking about him is because he's here in my mind almost every day to help me. In that case I'd like to thank god for a special angel he is ! I will always remember 15!

    Random Chicago Suburbs girl
    DesPlaines
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    I miss you reag
    January 08, 2014 | 01:34 AM

    Reagan was a dear friend of mine and I'm in such shock that he is actually gone. my prayers go out to his family and close friends to Reagan, like my self at this time. Reagan was one of my close friends he was in a couple of my classes at school. he was such an amazing guy. honestly if you personally knew Reagan you would say the same. we should remember Reagan by all of the positive things about him and his life not what happened to him and his mistakes he made, Reagan was a Christian boy who loved Jesus and his friends more than anything. yes I do think that Reagan made a huge mistake and I wish he would have out more thought in to it before he did it because I know he would've regretted it, because regan loved life. he would always have a smile on his face at all times no matter what. he was such an energetic and outgoing person who was full of life. Reagan was such a blessing in my family's, my friends, and my life. he was such a precious gift from God. it makes me so sad that we will never know the real reason why he did what he did, but all we can do now is pray and know that he is in a better place. for all you mothers out there asking why he had access to a gun is beyond me. honestly is it really any of your businesses why he had access.? no. it's not so I personally think it is very cruel for you to comment on the situation when you have no idea what your talking about. reag was a hunter he liked to hunt animals with GUNS.. that's exactly why he had access to a gun. I really wish people would think before they comment. especially if you didn't know Reagan personally. anybody that knew him personally could tell you how wonderful of a person he was. so if you mothers and others could please stop commenting about the situation about how he got the gun and what not. it's rude and so inconsiderate to even be bringing that up right now. Reag I miss you so much I just wish that we could have made more memories together because you were such a pleasure to be around. you always made me laugh and always knew how to cheer me up. Reagan I think of you like a brother to me it's so upsetting to me that you are no longer here on earth with all of the people that love you. my mom also misses you so much, but she's happy you're in a better place now with no more pain. Reagan because we miss you so much regan so much. I just wish you could see how many people actually care so much about you and I wish you could see how many peoples life's you impacted. we just all love and miss you so much. say hi to the big man upstairs for me. I can't wait till the day I get to heaven so I can finally see that bright and big beautiful smile on your face and I can't wait to just hug you and hold you tight in my arms again. I love you so much Reagan. I will never, NEVER forget you sweetheart. you will forever be in my heart. xoxo

    close friend of Reagan/CHS student
    Milton
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    Reagan Austin Beene
    February 03, 2014 | 01:46 AM

    He was a kid who just did an unfortunate act which cost him his life. We adults need to look at ourselves and see the role models we present to all young people. The drinking by his parents was and probably still is quite heavy.. Not blaming them but stop and examine your habits Britt and Jeff. You need help with the alchol.

    Rather not say
    Arlington Heights
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    I know what you siblings are going through.
    March 04, 2014 | 08:24 PM

    I'm alissa. I had a 16 year old sister(junior) and she took her life one month and 4 days after Reagan. January 10th 2014. I know how hard this is. And I want to say so much more but not all over the web, I've been talking to Reagan's best friend,Robbie. And he has helped me so much. Y'all have my email. And it would be great to talk. I know how you all feel. Exactly. Even if y'all don't respond I get it. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.<3

    Alissa
    Canton
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    I know what you siblings are going through.
    March 04, 2014 | 08:24 PM

    I'm alissa. I had a 16 year old sister(junior) and she took her life one month and 4 days after Reagan. January 10th 2014. I know how hard this is. And I want to say so much more but not all over the web, I've been talking to Reagan's best friend,Robbie. And he has helped me so much. Y'all have my email. And it would be great to talk. I know how you all feel. Exactly. Even if y'all don't respond I get it. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.<3

    Alissa
    Canton
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