Robert Cross Obituary, Robert Cross has passed away suddenly – Death

Robert Cross Obituary, Death – Our younger brother Robert Landon Cross lost his long-fought fight with the disease of addiction today at the age of 41. He had been battling the sickness for a long time. He had been struggling against the ailment for a considerable amount of time. Unfortunately, he was able to get his hands on xylazine, which is also known as “tranq” or the “zombie drug,” and when he consumed it, his body was unable to digest any more of it. This caused him to experience zombie-like states.

Although the medical staff at JPS FW did all in their power to save him, they were ultimately unable to do so. Unfortunately, he had to go his separate way. Even though I am unable to find comfort in anything, I can take comfort in the fact that he is no longer suffering from the unending mental anguish that he endured and is instead in heaven with our mother. This knowledge brings me some kind of peace.

Because of this awareness, I am able to find some amount of calm despite the sadness that I am experiencing. I am so sorry to hear of your loss, and I want you to know that you and your family will be in my prayers throughout the next several days. Please accept my condolences. This revelation has left me dumbfounded and outraged; if you could, please understand that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this trying time. I am startled and appalled to discover this.

You are to blame for the inward anguish that I am experiencing right now. Everyone of you in your own right. Dealing with addiction is like having to deal with a dreadful illness. During this trying time, it is my prayer that the Lord wraps his loving arms around you and provides you with his enduring strength. I am keeping everyone of you in my thoughts and sending warm regards your way.

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