Reagan was born in Northeast Philadelphia on April 12, 1999. We later moved to Hulmeville in Bucks County when she was 11. Reagan started showing signs of depression when she started middle school and spent some time in the Horsham Clinic after her first suicide attempt. She was diagnosed with clinical depression and started seeing a therapist as an outpatient. She seemed to stabilize for a time until last year when she seemed to take a turn for the worse and started to develop signs of severe depression and rage. She was taking to Friends Hospital where she stayed for a few weeks and later spent some time at a partial center. At any giving time she would switch from the sweetest, kindest child to being confused, scared, and frustrated. On November 4th 2016 she woke up early and called out of work and did what was always my biggest fear. She walked to the local train tracks and stood in front of an on coming Amtrak train. She was my only child and I miss her every minute that goes by. Not long after her passing a small group of her friends put together a memorial gathering for her at the local park where she liked to spend time and hang out. I was completely stunned at the large amount of people that showed up, there was such an outpouring of love as family and friends gathered together to celebrate and remember her life. She fought a long hard battle with this deadly disease that affects so many people. Even though I miss her tremendously and constantly second guess the things I did and didn't do for her, I know that she is at peace now. Reagan always put other people before herself. She was the most caring person I ever known. She loved to read and was a very good writer. She was the most beautiful girl with her long red hair and awesome smile. She is survived by her long extended families and friends and is extremely missed.