In Memory of Kristin Mitchell

8 Responses to “In Memory of Kristin Mitchell”

  1. Elizabeth Darley Says:

    I just wanted to let you know that I’m a prevention educator here in California, and I work directly with youth in schools on prevention and intervention of abuse especially teen dating violence. As I continue to learn more and more, I often find stories that inspire me, and I want you to know that Kristin as well as others pushes me forward to do this sometimes difficult work. I pray for your family and healing, and want you to know I will continue to work and remember beautiful girls like Kristin and their families that have experienced this. I’m so sorry for your loss.

  2. bmitchell Says:

    Hello Ms. Darley,
    Thank you for your nice note. We appreciate what you do to prevent stories like Kristin’s. If we can be helpful to you please ask. Keep up the great work you are doing. You are definitely saving lives. — Bill Mitchell

  3. bmitchell Says:

    Thank you for your thoughtful reply. It means a lot to our family, and our work. God bless you for doing what you do! — Bill Mitchell

  4. Johanna Says:

    Beautiful representation of Kristin. her family and friends. May Kristin grant all of you the strength to do such good in memory of her and how missed and loved she is. I am sure Kristin is in awe of what you have been able to accomplish thus far. All our love and support. Johanna & Gary Cuccia

  5. bmitchell Says:

    Hi Johanna and Gary,
    Thank you for your nice note today. You made my weekend. You and we are in a unique group of people who have so much influence with this issue. I am happy that MIchele and I didn’t crawl under a rock and stop living. It’s not what Kristin would want, although she would not want us to suffer either. Have a restful Labor Day weekend, Bill & Michele

  6. The New Agenda » Blog Archive » Hundreds to Gather for Kristin’s Krusade Says:

    […] graduated from Saint Josephs University and had the world to look forward to. There’s a lovely tribute video of Kristen created by her family and friends and it is clear from watching this just how much her life was […]

  7. Carolanne Romeo Says:

    As I sit here with tears streaming down I can hardly see to type this note. This is a wonderful website and I mean wonderful because Kristin was a wonderful young lady which I am chosing to celebrate her life and through her legacy she has saved a life of someone close to me. I showed this site which I learned from Facebook from my Cranford NJ High School friend Pat Mahoney, it was a link she sent to my FB page and it was all meant to be. I had this person watch and read most of what is on here, we talked like never before she really opened up to me, she read Kristin’s story and after pondering left a VERY unhealthy relationship. I know what it is like to lose a child I had a brother and it took it’s toll on my parents for years and years. You are amazing and selfless to share your heartbreak but be so happy to know you have truely saved a life this very week. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Carolanne

  8. Heather Zulak Says:

    To you bothe, I am so sorry for your loss. I have fwd links via email and facebook to raise awareness. As a mother of two girls, my worst fear is them getting hurt and I know one day they will realize boys exists, and I hope they are attracted to the good ones and not the unberrible controlling ones, who will hurt them. I am grown obviously never been in tha relationship but I have known women who have and its so sad, because in the ends, its breaks them, I pray for pwer in self image for all women, including the young ones.
    I will also pray for you, peace.

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