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PRAYERS NEEDED FOR FELLOW FISHERMAN

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Dylan 'D-MOO' Mouton is fighting for his life at Lafayette hospital this moring after suffering a seizure Friday that stop him from breathing.

Dylan is 21 years old and my sons best friend. he is a competative paint baller & loves to fish. The next few days will be critical, as of now he is nonresposive. The photos are from an August trip this year, that is his first bull red & thats him on the left of my son who is holding the ling. Hug your kids every chance you get because you don't know when he'll call you home. God Bless
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well said and will pray! very sad especially for someone so young! my dad always said, never go to bed mad at someone, because you dont know what tomorrow will bring! he's right!!
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Prayers sent!
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   TurtleNO
Prayers sent
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   lthomas28
prayers sent
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   lostboy4
hello fellow sportsman I am I own a camp in grand isle with croaker chocker and have watched this young man grow up. he is one of those guys that is always full of life and loves the outdoors and is always the first to jump in and help with a smile on his face when there is work to be done! so please if your a religious person or not please bow your head and offer a prayer for this young man, thank you in advance and may good bless you and yours.
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please let us know how he is doing!
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I'm to sorry to say that Dylan was declared brain dead this afternoon.this evening they will be harvesting his organs for donation. I like to think his death will give new life to another so they can enjoy our great outdoors. thanks for the kind thoughts R.I.P. D-MOO We will miss you
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so sad my deepest sympathies to yall and his family and friends!! how is your son doing, must be taking it pretty hard! so, so sad!!! sometimes life just aint fair!
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bump!
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Dylan was laid to rest today.I would like to thank every one for the prayers.this has been hard for us,as he has been a part of our lives since birth Dylan did not come from an outdoors family so I taught him how to fish. He was a frequent guest of our camp in Grand Isle,a place he truly loved to be. Thanks again for the prayers, I may not always post when prayers are asked for but they are always sent. I know many of you do the same.
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