Jack Wagner is feeling grateful for all the support following the tragic death of her youngest son.
As you may recall, Harrison Wagner He was pronounced dead on June 6 after his body was found in a parking lot in North Hollywood. He’s just 27 years old. The Melrose Place alum and his ex-wife Kristina Wagner then established a scholarship fund in their child’s name at New Life Home Restoration Community, a sober living facility for men. A statement on the website revealed Harrison’s cause of death at the time, sharing:
“Harrison is a bright, flamboyant young man whose smile lights up any room he is in. He left behind so many men and family members who loved him deeply. We are heartbroken that he ultimately lost the battle due to addiction, and we hope that Harrison’s memory will live on through this scholarship and will help other young men get help with treatment. addiction that would otherwise be impossible to pay. “
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He has struggled with addiction for many years. According to his father, he even went missing for almost a week during a relapse in 2016. It was heartbreaking…
Since the creation of the scholarship, Jack has remained relatively quiet on social media. But it looks like he’s back now with a heartfelt message to all his fans. While waiting to board the flight back to Vancouver before season 10 production of When the heart calls62-year-old actor has Instagram on Friday to share a video expressing his thanks for all the “love” he has received since Harrison’s death. He say:
“Thank you all so much for the love and kindness you have sent. I can’t tell you what it means to me. Get ready to head to Vancouver to watch season 10 of When the Heart Calls. Apart from joy and gratitude for that. So thank you for that too and I’ll be posting some behind the scenes this year. Hopefully it will make you laugh. “
“We can enjoy [it] together and again, thank you so much for the love and support you’ve sent me… I’ll get back to you soon. “
The General Hospital the star also went on to note in the caption that people’s touching texting has “helped me more than you’ll ever know.” You can check out his video (below):
Sending light to Jack as he continues to mourn this loss.
[Image via Jack Wagner/Instagram, Harrison Wagner/Instagram]