Danny Langfelder was 19 when he died Feb. 2, 2010 in his Florida Gulf Coast University dorm room from an apparent prescription drug overdose while trying to wean himself from anti-depressants following a severe accident four years prior. He touched a lot of lives in his short life and now his father, Bob Langfelder, remembers him by helping others understand that their children may have died, but perhaps they are not too far away. Helping Parents Heal kicks off weekly meetings in Sarasota and focuses on afterlife experiences many parents feel in the days, months and years after losing a beloved child.
Danny Langfelder was 19 when he died Feb. 2, 2010 in his Florida Gulf Coast University dorm room from an apparent prescription drug overdose while trying to wean himself from anti-depressants following a severe accident four years prior. He touched a lot of lives in his short life and now his father, Bob Langfelder, remembers him by helping others understand that their children may have died, but perhaps they are not too far away. Helping Parents Heal kicks off weekly meetings in Sarasota and focuses on afterlife experiences many parents feel in the days, months and years after losing a beloved child.
Danny Langfelder was 19 when he died Feb. 2, 2010 in his Florida Gulf Coast University dorm room from an apparent prescription drug overdose while trying to wean himself from anti-depressants following a severe accident four years prior. He touched a lot of lives in his short life and now his father, Bob Langfelder, remembers him by helping others understand that their children may have died, but perhaps they are not too far away. Helping Parents Heal kicks off weekly meetings in Sarasota and focuses on afterlife experiences many parents feel in the days, months and years after losing a beloved child.

Helping Parents Heal group forms in Sarasota; national expert on afterlife evidence to speak

October 09, 2015 11:13 AM