Harrison, Tennessee – The community is grieving the loss of Chase Powell, a beloved individual whose sudden passing has left family and friends in profound sorrow. The heartbreaking news was shared by David May of Harrison, Tennessee, who expressed the family’s deep sadness over the loss of a good person and Brandon’s best friend.
In a heartfelt social media tribute, David May wrote, “R.I.P. Chase Powell, Our family is so heartbroken right now. You were such a good person and Brandon’s best friend. You were always so friendly, sweet, and respectful. I hate that you were in so much pain, and I am sorry that you felt this was your only way out. We will miss you so very much, and I hope that you are now at peace.”
The circumstances surrounding Chase Powell’s passing, as well as the pain he endured, remain private. David May’s words reflect the family’s wish to remember Chase for the kind, friendly, and respectful person he was, acknowledging the internal struggles he faced.
The social media tribute also includes an important message encouraging anyone experiencing mental distress or suicidal thoughts to reach out for help without revealing their identity. The suicide prevention hotline Lifeline is available at any time of day or night, offering support and assistance. In urgent situations, where there is a true risk to a person’s life, the emergency hotline number 911 should be called immediately.
Chase Powell’s obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family, allowing friends and well-wishers an opportunity to pay their respects and support each other through this difficult time.
It is with heavy hearts that the community comes together to remember Chase Powell, reflecting on the positive impact he had on the lives of those who knew him and offering condolences to his grieving family and friends.