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‘The ripple effect starts with each of us’
Locals gather for the second annual ‘Be The Change’ suicide prevention summit
Suicide summit
Teressa Stann of the LRJ Foundation, right, and a student from West Forsyth High School speak on stage Monday during the second annual suicide prevention summit held at the Forsyth County conference center. - photo by Alexander Popp
Standing on stage at the Forsyth Conference Center on Monday night, Krista Wagner bared the pain of her son’s death to crowds gathered to hear her speak. “What I have to share with you is difficult,” she said. “But if I gently move over the details because it makes me uncomfortable, the killer suicide continues to win. “Because it took my son, I am at war with this killer.”