Keeping her son's spirit alive by giving to others

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By Nancy Parsons

In 2014, Monica Eagle lost a part of her heart.

Her son, Jeramie Wayne Coleman, lost his life in a drowning accident at Lake Wateree State Park. Five days prior, Jeramie had celebrated his 14th birthday. His mother said he used part of his birthday money to buy things his younger siblings wanted.

Eagle and five of her nine children watched as Jeramie went under in about six-eight feet of water. Eagle said Jeramie and a friend were racing to a buoy in the water when the accident happened.

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