Drew Earll Death: 14-year-old Whitehall, WI teenager died in Nebraska car accident; GoFundMe

Communities mourn with mother and cancer survivor Asheigh Earll after son passed away during trip with uncle, Learn more about Drew Earll death and obituary

Drew Earll Death – A 14-year-old Whitehall, Wisconsin teenager passed away in a car accident while on a road trip with his uncle. Drew Earl son of a beloved cancer survivor Asheigh Earll died in the car crash that happened on Friday, October 28, 2023. According to reports, the teenage boy was pronounced dead following the deadly car crash.

A GoFundMe Account has been set up by a concerned friend of the family to help raise funds for his funeral. “We are raising money to help Ashleigh Earll with Funeral expenses for her 14-year-old son Drew Earll, who was killed in a tragic accident Friday, October 27th while traveling through Nebraska on a trip with his uncle. Ashleigh Earll is a single mother who recently battled cancer and already has gone through a lot. We are asking for your help to cover the cost of the funeral along with getting her son home to lay him to rest and to give this mom some much-needed help.”

The heartbroken mother wrote a lengthy tribute to her son whom she described as being beautiful and gave the best hugs.

Drew Vincent Earll
My beautiful baby boy Drew Earll. I never thought this would be our last picture together and our last vacation together. You will forever be with me, I just don’t know how to do life without you. We had goals like visiting all 50 states and trying new things like kayaking next year. You are my best friend and forever laughing partner. 14 years wasn’t long enough for you for all the great things you wanted to accomplish in this life.

You were looking forward to getting your license, a truck, high school wrestling (which you’ve been working out the past 6 months for) you so badly wanted your diploma, a 300x 4 wheeler that you talked about all the time, hunting with Riley & Trevor and to do big things with your friends in high school. How proud you were when you officially became an Earll to carry on our last name to your future family. It was a fresh start for you to make a name for yourself.

You wore the Earll name very well and proud and I’m so proud of you for what you’ve overcome. Your big plans in life of owning your own trucking company, being an electrician on the side, and making 6 figures like you always said were such big goals for such a young man. I will forever be so proud of you and everything you have accomplished in your short 14 years.

Ellas’ heart breaks for you Drew, you had a bond with her and were the best big brother she could ever have. Helping her with her math homework when I didn’t understand, protecting her, and being the man in our family are all things you did out of the kindness of your heart for her. Thank you to his closest friends Cash, Corbin, and Brodie for being so good to Drew since 4K. You boys were his brothers and will forever hold a special place in his heart. Thank you Emily for being there for Drew the last few months and making him the happiest I’ve ever seen him.

Your kind heart was so bright and everyone saw it, you were everything I ever dreamed of in a boy and the man you were becoming. For how good you treated me and did everything around our home because of my cancer I don’t know how to ever thank you enough, Drew. I will miss all the little things you did trying to teach me algorithms to solve Rubix cubes, the piles of towels in your room when we couldn’t find any, making Ella and I laugh, comparing our hands because yours were huge, telling me about the 4wheeler you want to get, the way you said MA in that voice, I could go on and on.

Life won’t be the same at home without you. I’ve called your phone so many times hoping one of them you’ll answer, I just want to hear your sweet voice telling me it’ll all be OK and wrap your big arms around me giving me those bear hugs. I laid in your bed last night, wrapped up in your blanket which smelt like you, I hoped when I opened my eyes a thousand times you would be there.

I feel this is all a dream and I’ll fall asleep and wake up to you running down the stairs, or coming through the front door after working on your dirt bike. I’ll miss you Drewbie and never understand why you were taken so soon. I love you with everything I have to love and will continue to love you until my last breath. Until we meet again my boy

Drew Earll Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family

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