Mount Hope, Ala – Marlee Sutton was just 13 years old when she left this world. Her father, Bradley Sutton had passed away eight years earlier. The Norwood and Sutton families have a heavy emotional burden to bear with the loss of Marlee. Wendy Rose described Marlee as “full of joy, Jesus loving, smart, insightful, genuine, quiet, always smiling, beautiful, gifted and destined with an amazing future to make God known to others.” Marlee’s mother, Wendy Norwood posted the following and I wanted to share this with you. Tell them: -they are loved -beautiful -accepted – unique -cannot be replaced -gifted -talented -pain is temporary -liked -fun -wanted Tell them, repeat, forever To our young people who feel they have nothing to live for, know that there are people who love you and are here to help you however they can. In January, I brought Clark Flatt, founder of Jason Foundation and father to Jason Flatt, on the show. We spoke about the organization and what Mr. Flatt is trying to do to help young people. That show is in the archives and I would encourage everyone to listen to it and share it. To the family, my condolences. Our prayers are with you as you go through this difficult time. It is an honor to dedicate this week’s show to the memory of Marlee Sutton. You can listen to the show below.