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Alyssa D Hagenbaugh

February 12, 1991 — May 29, 2016


MADISON - Alyssa Hagenbaugh, age 25, died May 29, 2016, from an accidental drug overdose. She was born Feb. 12, 1991, daughter of Amy Campbell Andrew and Daniel Hagenbaugh.
Alyssa was a kind, sweet, and beautiful girl, who had the potential for greatness. She loved her mother, sister, and friends very much. She enjoyed hula hooping, music, the ocean, her two dogs, and making people laugh. Her smile and goofy personality could light up a room, but will no longer because she was taken from us after a long struggle with substance abuse.
Alyssa grew up near Richland Center and Blue River, was a good student and had many big dreams. She had a lifelong battle with depression, was a domestic violence victim, and had a difficult time seeing what everyone else did, a beautiful spirit and a kind heart. Alyssa turned to drugs to make herself feel better and accepted. Alyssa attempted treatment for her addictions, but in the end she could not overcome them.
Heroin addiction is a growing epidemic and roughly 78 people die every day die from accidental drug overdose. We are losing too many loved ones to this terrible drug and disease. There must be more education, awareness, and options for our children and those who struggle with addiction. Domestic violence also causes too much suffering and takes too many lives. We can educate ourselves and communities, learn the signs of abuse, and provide support for those who suffer.
Survivors include, her mother, Amy Campbell Andrew; a stepfather, Robert Andrew; a sister, Michelle Hagenbaugh; an aunt, Bonnie Downs; an uncle, James Campbell; and a great-aunt, Bernice Jensen. Alyssa also leaves behind many loving cousins and friends.
She was preceded in death by her father, Daniel Hagenbaugh, and grandparents, James and Gretchen Campbell, and Clifford and Eupha Hagenbaugh.
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