Death – Obituaries : (MARKET NEWS) – Friends and families are mourning the death of Andrew Cullum, a member of the Canadian Military Police who recently passed away.
We learned of the deceased through the following tribute posted on social media by The Rude Awakening Tour
We morn the loss of a proud serving member of the Canadian Military Police, who lost
His battle with his demons Nov1st 2019. He leaves behind a wife and 3 young children.
There is donation link, to help this young family in their time of need
Please,reach out to your Battle Buddies, reach out for help, you are not alone, do not suffer in silence.
Andrew Cullum Cause of Death.
We have no information at the moment on what cause the death of Andrew Cullum . This post will be updated as soon as we have that information.
The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
For the rest of the day I will not be posting the rest of the event pictures as to honour and remember MCPL Andrew Cullum. RIP
I’m so sorry you lost your battle.
Please I urge everyone don’t suffer in silence.
Speaking about your mental illness or any struggles you have does not make you weak.
Reach out. Get help. Talk to someone please.
My cell number is on the page. Message me Email me. I don’t care what time it is. I will help you in any capacity I can.
I have a document with lots of resources for u.s.a and canada.
You are not alone no matter what your brain tells you.
TRANSLATED FROM FRENCH TO ENGLISH.
Last night I learned from another suicide from a former weapon brother… I’m not looking for condolences by writing these words but rather to remind you that if you suffer please go get help. What we do is not easy and it has no problem to put a knee on the floor and take a break. For those who are fine, take a little 2 minutes to call people around you and make sure everything is okay (a buddy check).
Andrew, I didn’t know you personally but our paths crossed a few times. I hope you found the silence so much desired
Help line: 1 (866) 277-3553
Veteran help line: 1 (800) 268-7708
For those who would have a financial cushion and would like to help his wife and children: