Suicide is a topic we all hope to never experience, but many do. Following the untimely death of her son, LeAnn Hull is choosing love, encouragement and suicide prevention. “Through the Andy Hull’s Sunshine Foundation, we are hoping to impact as many children, teens and adults as we possibly can” says LeAnn Hull, Andy’s Mom, “and spare even just one person the pain and anguish of suicide!”
“On December 11th my life and the lives of so many in our community changed forever! My son Andy committed suicide.” stated LeAnn Hull, Andy’s Mom, “In the days and weeks to follow, my friends, members of our community, Boy Scout Troop 439 and the Sandra Day O’Connor High School Baseball team came day after day to breathe life into me and my family.
Andy was gifted physically and emotionally as he was an extraordinary pitcher and built the most amazing relationships along his life’s journey. Everybody that knew Andy bonded quickly and deeply with him. He was everybody’s son and every kid’s best friend! Because of his out-reach, I have been surrounded by people that loved him and now love me! I am a blessed person.”
Meet Our Board of Directors
LeAnn Hull was born and raised in Phoenix Arizona where she has been married for 33 years and raised four children…
Jill Hicks currently serves as the Community Outreach contact for the Washington Elementary School District...
Clayton A. Hull was born in Tempe, Arizona and raised in small towns all over the State.
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Kathleen McKeever is the Director of Academic Support Programs for the Washington Elementary School District (WESD)….
Mr. Coury is a third-generation Arizonan who grew up in the Phoenix area. ..
Dana Edwards grew up in the Valley of the Sun living in Mesa and Phoenix…
Janet DeJonge is a Phoenix native graduating from Washington High School and the U of A...
Pam Edwards became a survivor of suicide loss on September 29, 2014 with the death of her 17-year-old son, Ryan…