Quinton’s legacy

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Couple spreads a message of hope from their departed child

By Deb Hurley Brobst

Losing a child is a tragedy from which most parents never fully recover.
While Ernie and Kristine Jackson of Conifer still mourn the loss of their son, Quinton, who died in a freak car accident in June 2009 when he was 9, they believe losing him ultimately has been a blessing. Through his death, they have learned the importance of faith and family, that there’s more to life than making money, that their son is still with them and able to communicate with them — and that they need to share their story with others to help them find comfort when loved ones die.

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