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Haley Danielle Cox, this beautiful young girl age 15, passed away May 20, 2011, by taking her own life. Haley Danielle had been a diabetic since a very young girl, which she had learned to cope with. She always had a smile, but behind those smiles were lots of pain, humiliation and suffering due to being BULLIED for months prior to her death. She was a little different for she liked to wear bright colors and maybe socks that didn’t match. BUT, she was still a person, loving and caring and a child of GOD.
This kind of death has become quite prevelant in these days and is happening in lots of schools all over this country. If you notice a change (or watch for signs) in your child, TALK to them (DRAG it out of them if you have to), but – – Find out what the problem is. DON’T let this happen to your LOVED ONE.
Services for Haley were held Wednesday, May 25, 2011 at the Bellaire Baptist Church in Bossier, LA. Burial followed at the Applewhite Cemetery in Cotton Valley, LA.
Haley Danielle was born August 17, 1995 at Greenley, CO to David and Jessica Cox. She was a member of Westlake Baptist Church and a student at Parkway High School in Bossier City where she played soccer and was in Jr. ROTC. Danielle was also a counselor for the LA Lions Club Camp for diabetics in Leesville, LA.
Haley Danielle is survived by her parents, Jessica and John Morton of Bossier City, LA; and David and Miyo “Waibel” Cox of Minden, IA; brothers, Jake Morton and Stephen Howell; sisters, Emile Morton and Lisa “Waibel” Hale and husband, Ryan; grandparents, William and Dolores Prichard of Minden, LA, Ronald and Debra Waibel of West Monroe, LA and Sue Lene Waibel of Bossier City, LA; great grandmother, Rita Waibel of Edina, MO; and several cousins and lots of friends.
Memorials in Haley Danielle’s name can be made to the LA Lions Camp for Diabetics, Anacoco, LA.
Submitted by Rita Waibel