ALEX AWARENESS TRUCK

LETS START TALKING SPONSORED BY 
BARRIE SUICIDE AWARENESS COUNCIL 

On June 11, 2013 Alex Clarke from Penbroke Ontario took his own life, he was 18 years old with a bright future ahead of him.  

Alex left behind his Mother Brenda Markus, Albert Rose (his stepfather) Jessica Clarke his sister, Ethan, Chase and Tayia and Damion his Niece and Nephews His grand mother Judy, his Grandfather Alfie, and his good friend and Mentor Lance Gould.


Brenda and a group of Alex's friends Keith Larocque and Mark Rothwell, Patrick Macrae, and Kyle Stewart and several others decided that they would take Alex's 1998 Dodge Dakota truck and make it into a driving  bill board supporting Mental health issues and to let people know that there is help out there for everybody. 

Alex's Barrie Ontario family, Kathy Corbett, Tammy Ellis, Shawn Frowen have joined hands with Brenda to help continue her quest to support Mental Health  by creating a secondary truck.  

The trucks  are supported by Bobbie Dean Centre in Pembroke Ontario, and the Start Talking groups suicide awareness supported by the Canadian Mental Health Association in Barrie and Simcoe County. 

We are here to make a difference and keep everyone talking about Mental Health, Bullying, and Substance Abuse, or whatever else needs to discussed.  Attached is the Mental Health Number that is available threw out Canada and Ontario, and the Kids Help LIne that is also available threw out Canada and Ontario ... Lets START TALKING !!!!

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