His name was Isiah Rincon

by natalie
(Downey California)

He was only 21 full of life with so many plans. He had turned into the best son a mom could hope for, in fact the night before he died I told him those exact words. They say he was playing with his gun at a party and accidentally shot himself in the head. I don't believe he did it to himself, I thinks someone else made a terrible mistake that took my son's life. His friend never really gave me the full story, I don't know the whole truth. I have a big question mark looming over me as to what really happened that rainy cold Friday night of 1/4/08??

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Mar 05, 2014
Natalie E - I'm looking for you.
by: A. B.

Dearest Natalie,

The last time I spoke to you was 2008. We met through Donna U. I don't know if you still come on to this page but I figured any outlet to reach you is worth a shot.

I had a spiritual encounter with Isiah on 11.30.2013 and because of that I am on a mission to reconnect with you. That same day as I tried to find you in the digital realm, I came across this page. After feeling hopeless, I forgot about my mission and went on with life ONLY to be redirected back on my mission hence why I am on here now.

I had last talked to Isiah on the night of his death on 1.5.08. He was on his way with his friend, TMY, to a party. On 1.8.08, TMY called me that morning to tell me of the news and I was devastated. As far as the story on his death, I believe it was an accident caused by someone else. The only person who would know what happened that night is TMY as he was with him that night. It saddens me as I type this, for 2014 marks 6 years of his death and he will be 28 this year in April.

Mama Nat, please reach out to me if you see this message. With Love and Light, A.B.

Jul 27, 2011
from Shirley, Mission Hills, CA
by: Anonymous

I lost my son last year on August 9th. He ultimately died of septic shock related to leukemia but for two long years prior to his death we were in a tug of war with God to keep him alive. My 21 year old son woke up one morning in liver failure. No reason. Never had a diagnosis. Had to have a transplant 12 weeks later. Then his bone marrow failed. Then he went into septic shock because of an infection in his colon and they had to put him on life support and remove part of his colon. He lived but woke up with an ileostomy bag. Had to have another surgery 6 months later to reconnect the bowel. Meanwhile, had to go to Cedars Sinai twice a week for blood and platelet transfusions. Finally the docs decided he also needed a bone marrow transplant. His sister was a perfect match. One week before the transplant he developed leukemia and died 10 weeks later. We never got an answer on how a healthy 21 year old who had never been sick a day in his life could suddenly develop not one but THREE life threatening illnesses in a row. Dimitri, like your son, was the perfect kid. The two years he fought for his life he became an amazing man. I am still stunned and confused and very deep in grief. I ask God all the time why he would make such an amazing human being only to make him suffer so much and then die. I don't know if we will ever get answers about why our sons had to die. All I can do is manage each day, one step, one breath at a time.

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