Email to Dr. Thomas A. Andrew, the newly retired New Hampshire state medical examiner.

Sent: November 1, 2017

I heard Dr. Andrew’s NPR interview today and felt inspired by his specific medical expertise and new ministry path. My sister died at 46 on June 13, 1999 from health complications due to 25 years of pernicious alcoholism. Our mission is to make Laura’s memory matter with tangible addiction prevention & recovery resources for those who want to grab on at www.bradmersereau.com/recovery.html. Since our May 1, 2006 website launch, 1080 Sobriety Anniversary champions celebrate over 19,000 clean & sober years at www.bradmersereau.com/sobriety.html. We also affirm the 322 proactive teens who honor mind, body and spirit without drugs or alcohol before 21 on our Sobriety Pledge webpage at www.bradmersereau.com/lauraspledge.html thus significantly reducing the possibility for later addiction. Our highest Maslow priority is addiction prevention, and we would love to partner in any way possible with Dr. Andrew in this regard. Please check out our website content including video & podcasts for any resources you might consider beneficial.

Sincerely, Brad Mersereau

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