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Sandy Lubert
St. George (nr Brantford) Ontario
2005-11-09 12:28:55
Hello Levitt Family - I am in contact with Ned and looking forward to hearing him speak in Hamilton in the new year. In the mean time, I am getting to know Stacey through this incredible website. What a beautiful and wise soul she is! This, I think, is one of my favourite lines: " I guess coming face to face with your fear and talking it out really does pay off." How on earth did a young woman, not even 20, learn a spiritual lesson that so many of us are still struggling to embrace at mid-life? Her poetry is intelligent, aesthetic and witty, all at once (which, from what I understand, is an apt description of the poet herself?)... THANK YOU for sharing her spirit with the rest of us. Warmly, Sandy Lubert
Trish Rabideau
Windsor
2005-06-09 20:29:33
This site is absoulutley beautiful. I come here often. What a sad life we must live. Please feel free to visit my sons memorial site @ http://home.cogeco.ca/~bjones14/fullframe.htm Love Trish
TRACEY WILLIAMS
Powell River
2005-05-31 16:56:26
I HAVE JUST HAD SPINAL SURGERY AND HAVE BEEN CONFINED TO MY HOME. TODAY I TURNED ON THE T.V TO SEE MR. LEVITT ON VICKI GABEREAU. MY HEART IMMEDIATELY WENT OUT TO THE FAMILY, HAVING A DAUGHTER OF MY OWN I COULD NOT IMAGINE THEIR HEART ACHE. I IMMEDIATELY WENT TO THE WEBSITE TO SEE WHERE I CAN GET THE BOOKS. I'M SO GRATEFUL THAT I TURNED THE T.V ON AT THAT TIME BECAUSE WHEN PEOPLE HAVE THEIR OWN MISFORTUNE (SUCH AS MY SURGERY) WE START FEELING QUITE SORRY FOR OURSELVES AND FORGET THEIR OUR PEOPLE GOING THROUGH ALOT WORSE THINGS. I WILL EVENTUALLY GET BETTER BUT YOUR LOSS IS FOREVER. YOU ARE IN MY THOUGHTS . TRACEY WILLIAMS
Paula Pakozdy
Hamilton, ON
2005-05-30 23:07:47
thank you Ned, Cheryl and Vicki Gabereau---more jewels in all of our crowns because of all of your good works and sharing! Peace & thanks
Joclyan McDonnell
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
2005-05-30 19:51:45
My mom heard about your story and your website and passed it on to me. I admire your love and courage. Thank you for sharing it with the world. J McDonnell
sue
montreal quebec
2005-05-30 17:04:13
i saw mr levitt on vicki gabereau today. thank you for doing what you have done and are doing. perhaps it will help other parents, siblings , relatives and close friends who have lost children. staci is obviously a very unique and very special young woman. those who go first help the rest of us through the lives they have lived, things they have done, said ,wtote etc. they continue to be a presence in our lives. as you have surmised,three of our 4 children died in an accident in nov/88. thank you for sharing your daughter with us. respectfully
Evelyn Worner
Kitchener , Ontario
2005-05-30 16:30:55
I was switching tv channels when I came upon the Vicki G . show and saw you Ned . The words " recovering " and "grief " held my attention. I also lost my child , youngest son , 3 1/2 years ago and am still so terribly devastated . He was 19 and a gifted painter . I think it is wonderful what you have done to honor your daughter's memory. I have also done whatever I could to keep my Michael's memory alive in the hearts and minds of his friends and even strangers. I was feeling particularly sad today as my mother just passed away last month and I feel sometimes it is just too much to bear having both her and my son taken from me . I am so glad that I tuned into the show and saw you there and heard you speak about your long road to recovery from unimaginable grief. I am looking forward to reading both books mentioned on the show today. God Bless you and your family .
Ray Martin
Montreal
2005-05-30 15:45:50
You were great on Vicki, good luck to you... Ray Martin
Linda
Toronto
2005-04-21 22:42:38
Thank you. I recently read that God walks with the animals and speaks through people -I think that Stacey was able to share some great messages to all who need comfort or just a little nudge to move forward.
Sharon
Guelph,Ontario
2005-04-21 15:08:52
I really enjoyed your visit on Vicki's show yesterday. I have a close friend who recently lost her daughter and it made me call her. It was way overdue and also I felt there is still more I could do for her. Very inspirational for sure. So sorry for your loss. You speak of her and about her as if she were still with us. I guess in a way ...she is
Louise Moran
Toronto
2005-04-20 23:29:58
Mr. Levitt, I just watched a repeat broadcast of your interview on the Vicki Gabereau show. It was a moving interview. I have been a teacher at Northern Seondary School for close to twenty years. Unfortunately I didn't have the privilege of working with Stacey. I feel that I have come to know her through you. Each year at the commencement ceremonies you have so eloquently given us the gift of her life. I have listened, cried, laughed, and been inspired by her poetry and your stories of love for her. With amazement and great respect I have watched you become strong again. It has been an amazing journey. Thank you and your family for allowing us to participate in it. I have felt on each of those nights that the graduates have left with Stacey's spirit right beside them. I wish you and your family all the best. Louise Moran
Mike Bill
Dryden, On
2005-04-20 21:09:31
Ned - I caught a little bit of your story on Vicki - (which I almost never watch)and heard some of your radio interviews through this website. It's amazing how much, and how many lives have been touched by Stacey. I lost my brother, the oldest of 4, almost 5 years ago on his 24th birthday, 1 day before my parents 25th anniversary, and we all still struggle with the pain every day. But something you said on 1 of the radio interviews really caught my attention, was that you once wished that you could switch spots with Stacey, as I know everybody in my family has wished, but the thought that keeps reocurring to me, is that, maybe my brother was the one who DID switch spots, in order to save somebody else, maybe me, maybe my siblings, maybe my parents - who knows, but it is something that my brother would do without a second thought. It is this thought that helps me find comfort and to keep me going every day, as I hope it will for other people. I'm sure my parents and I will find your books very helpful, once I get my hands on them. My thoughts are with your family. mike
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