Image: Edvard Munch's painting The Scream The Suicide Memorial

Suicide is extremely traumatic for the family members and friends that remain, even though people who attempt suicide often think that no-one cares about them. In addition to the feelings of grief normally associated with a person's death, there may be guilt, anger, resentment, remorse, confusion and great distress over unresolved issues. Old stigmas surrounding suicide can make it extremely difficult for survivors to deal with their grief and can cause them to feel terribly isolated.

It is our hope that the World Wide Cemetery's Suicide Memorial might help people who have been through a similar experience to get in contact with each other and thereby reduce their feelings of isolation.


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* Monuments having images.



Allen, Robert Jason			 14/09/1971 - 17/07/1996 
Batton, Joseph Howard			 05/11/1962 - 12/10/1996 
Bell, Owen "Bud" Keith Jr		 23/08/1934 - 01/09/1973 
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Cockerline, Danny			 30/09/1960 - 11/12/1995 
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Coleman, Richard Stanley		 05/03/1922 - 18/08/1986 
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Durand, Richard Joseph			 24/05/1945 - 08/10/1998 
Gentry, Patrick McNeil			 03/09/1965 - 26/02/1998 
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Glore, Jason Eric			 13/01/1982 - 20/02/2002 
Jackson, Gavin John			 28/12/1969 - 12/07/1998 
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O'Brien, Sean Michael			 25/02/1972 - 20/11/1995 
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Piel, Ronald Stephen			 28/07/1969 - 22/03/1999 
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Wheeler, Jr Billy Ray			 05/01/1967 - 27/07/1997 

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