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News that Lynne Salvi has died

MindFreedom has been informed that member Lynne Salvi died on 23 September 2011, according to police after driving her car off of a bridge in Portland. Everyone in the MindFreedom community sends our deepest support to family, friends and loved ones of Lynne. Here is a link to the news item about Lynne's death, as well as some of her writings she submitted to MindFreedom. [updated 9/27/2011]

News that Lynne Salvi has died

Lynne Salvi, MindFreedom Lane County Member

Update: A memorial will be held for Lynne on 9/28/11 at 10:30 am at Eugene Faith Center.

 

Lynne Salvi, MindFreedom Lane County Member

 

Lynne attended a number of MindFreedom Lane County events in the Summer of 2011, showing a significant passion and brilliance about changing the mental health system. 

 

Lynne's "Open Letter" to her mental health therapist. 

In August 2011, Lynne submitted an "Open Letter" to her therapist to MindFreedom, to explain the kind of pain she felt in 24 years of mental health care:

http://www.mindfreedom.org/kb/in-memoriam/lynne-salvi-remembered/lynne-salvi-letter-to-therapist 

 

A photo of Lynne, and how grateful she was about her involvement in MindFreedom:

http://www.mindfreedom.org/photos/lynne-salvi.jpg/view

 

Lynne recently 'covered' the meeting about the proposed new psychiatric institution in Junction City:

http://www.mindfreedom.org/as/act-archives/us/or/junction-city-state-hospital

 

News article about Lynne's death: 

http://www.kmtr.com/news/local/story/Eugene-woman-dies-after-driving-through-seawall/XzdRuvqE5kqQ8wBcwThILQ.cspx

 

 

WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER YOU LYNNE!!!!!

 

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