In loving memory of Asia Cottom, may God Bless this Little Angel. She was a gift
from heaven. I didn't know her personally, but I know her mother-Michelle. She
is a strong, very intelligent individual. May God continue to bless her and her
family. My family and I were devastated about the tragedy. I wanted to
do something to help the Cottom Family. I work for the U.S. Army and have been
working 10-12 hour shifts just to make this world safer, so we don't have another
incident like this again. I'm sorry I couldn't help Asia, but her death has
encourage me to do more to help other fellow Americans. God Bless!
Cheryl Sultzer, friend of Asia's mother
She is with the angels now. And she too, has wings. God rest her soul, she was a
beautiful little girl. In our thoughts forever.
Christine McCort, neighbor of Asia's grandmother
So little time given, it hardly seems fair. Go forward into the hands of god.
You are missed.
Take care little angel. The world will miss all that you could have done.
To a beautiful child, may your return to heaven be met with everlasting peace.
Asia, I am someone you did not know, but read about the wonderful life you lived.
Those memories will be cherished by everyone you touched. My prayers go to you
and your family. I love you Asia Cottom.
I will say a prayer for her and I hope that her family will find peace.
She is in a better place, but I know that is not a consolation for the sadness
they are feeling. God bless and I'm sorry.