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The Hunter Dalton HD Life Foundation2018-11-29T11:23:35+00:00

The Hunter Dalton #HDLife Foundation:

Amazing Life / Tragic Death

 

Like so many young adults in today’s culture, Hunter used recreational drugs.  For Hunter and his friends, that type of drug use was considered the norm and did not seem to impede their daily lives.  Did Hunter’s use of recreational drugs propel him to a mindset of invincibility regarding drug use?  We will never know the answer to that question.  What we do know is Hunter  decided to get high on a Monday evening after work not recognizing that he had crossed paths with the Serial Killer, Drop Dead Drug Fentanyl.  The tragedy and travesty that took Hunter’s life shocked everybody! Nobody saw this coming!!!

The Hunter Dalton #HDLife Foundation is committed to providing education and resources to help prevent the use of potentially lethal recreational drugs in a sustained effort to stem the tide of the epidemic tragic loss of life.

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The shocking loss of her only son Hunter has propelled Debbie Dalton on a mission to educate and warn others with regard to recreational drug use, especially in light of the growing deadly epidemic stemming from the introduction of illicit Fentanyls.  Her presentations combine hard facts, staggering statistics, and the heartbreaking consequences of lives destroyed! Debbie is available to present life-saving information along with her compelling personal story to business groups, civic organizations, parents, students, and youth groups.

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“Debbie came and spoke at my school. My friends and I learned about the killer drug “Fentanyl”

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“Mrs. Dalton’s talk about Hunter Dalton was so impactful to me on the topic of the dangers of recreational drug use and has made me more aware of the issues our country is dealing with.”


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