Monday, January 16, 2012


As many of you know, Tripp has returned home and is no longer in pain. Brian and I are heartbroken for his wonderful mama, Courtney but we're so grateful that he is enjoying the peace that we've all prayed for. He was such a great fighter and will never be forgotten. He has touched all of our hearts.  He will be missed, but never forgotten.


Jan's Blog said...

He certainly will be remembered. He has touched so many lives. He served such a tough mission, but he's home's time to take care of Courtney. Thank you for remembering her. Love to all, and as always, you are all in my prayers.

Aviles Family said...

I thought about you a lot when I heard the news. Tripp will definitely never be forgotten! Love you!

Mom to Many said...

Wow, I feel for Courtney! Her world has revolved around her sweet boy.
She will need some time to rebuild her world. She is in my thoughts and prayers.

Anonymous said...

He was such a fighter and a joy to all. What an inspiration and truly a Child Of God. We thought alot about you when we heard the news and know how hard is to give up that precious little boy Tripp. He is in Jesus arms and is smiling and looking down on you Courtney and your family and know you gave him the best of his life and yours and took the best care of him. Courtney you are the Best Mom. What a blessing to Tripp to have had the love, care and things he needed, you were there thru thick and thin and we love you. Tripp will never ever be forgotten. It is time to take care of Courtney . Thanks for remembering Courtney and the special love she had for Tripp. You are all in our prayers.
Myrna & Dwight CA

Anonymous said...

I found your website from Tripp's. I had been following Tripp's blog for about a year and am so sad for his family. I am so encouraged to see your son's progress since his transplant! It is amazing. :-)

Loved your posts on EB Awareness. Sooo very important. I guess I am one of the few that has heard of EB w/o having a medical degree or a family member with the condition. We have sponsored a missionary family in Irvine for 15 years and they have with a daughter with EB. She is 10 yrs old now I think (she has a more mild form of EB).

Noticed you mentioned Lake Elsinore? Know that you have a family praying for you in Murrieta :-)