It had been exactly one year since Joshua Robert Syck died of a heroin overdose, and his girlfriend, Jessica R. Gault, was still trying to figure out how to live.
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It had been exactly one year since Jessica Gault held her boyfriend, Joshua Robert Syck, after he died of a heroin overdose in Whitewater. It’s a moment she can’t escape.
Those closest to Joshua Robert Syck remember a tall, funny man who cared deeply for his family and matching his clothes from head to toe. Josh died of a heroin overdose last year.
Jessica Gault said it meant the world to her to read the letter Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch wrote her to share her sympathy for the loss of Gault's boyfriend to a drug overdose.
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