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Darrel Kilbourne RIP

I have very sad news. One of my best friends, a former student of PCS, Darrel Kilbourne lost his life to suicide January 15, 2007. He attended PCS 1991-1993. He left PCS and became addicted to drugs. That is two former students I know that committed suicide. So much for the program helping people with mental illness.

Darrel Kilbourne Hammond, IN Darrel Kilbourne, age 28, of Hammond, passed away on Friday, January 12, 2007 at his residence. Darrel leaves to mourn his passing his mother Susan Kilbourne and her companion Jay Hanson. Darrel's father John Kilbourne; two brothers John (Natalie) Kilbourne and Eric Kilbourne; two sisters: Lauren Kilbourne and Shannon (Joseph) Bircher; maternal grandparents: Ray and Rose Casalin. He is also survived by his aunt Sandy, uncle Michael and special cousin Amber; one niece and four nephews. Darrel was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents Luther and Imogene Kilbourne and one uncle Mark Casalin. Family and friends may gather on Tuesday, January 16, 2007 from 3-8 p.m. at the Chapel Lawn Funeral Home, 8178 Cline Avenue (P.O. Box 109), Schererville, IN 46375. The funeral service will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, January 17, 2007 at Chapel Lawn Funeral Home, with Fr. Larry Kew officiating. Interment to follow at Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, donations to the family would be deeply appreciated. For information 219-365-9554.

Re: Darrel Kilbourne RIP

I am sorry to hear of this. My son was there, and my girlfriend at work, her son was there about five years ago. They found him dead of an overdose last year in his car in a parking garage. Very sad . I believe Provo is a direct result in these deaths. My son still can't talk about it. He wrote a little about it.

Re: Darrel Kilbourne RIP

I was to a friend of Darrel's. I do miss him too. I talk to Amber often. I just seen him over the summer and things seemed fine with him. He was a good person. You know the good times you had with him and so do I. We can only remember the good and not the ending result of what happened. I just wish things could have been different. I will forever miss him. Love You Darrel. Their Friend Cheyenne