Remy Hidalgo Death – Dead : Remy Hidalgo Obituary : Denham Springs High School football player dies after collapsing at practice.
A beloved Denham Springs High School football player who collapsed at practice Tuesday passed away at a New Orleans hospital Friday morning.
Remy Hidalgo’s mother, Ashley Roberson, announced the news of her son’s death in a heartbreaking post on Facebook shortly after 4 a.m., Friday, according to a statement posted online on September. 18, 2020.
Cause of Death.
We have no information at the moment on of caused death . This post will be updated as soon as we have that information.
The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
Please be patient with me, I might ramble some through out this message but, it has taken me about 14 hours to write it because I just collapse every time I start to tell his story and how much he means to me. I am so broken that I can’t even face the mirror, let alone another person right now so, if you’ve messaged, texted, or attempted to call me and I did not respond, please know that it was not because your message wasn’t received and appreciated.I want this message to, not only help me express my feelings about Remy but hopefully, help some other families as well.
1st let me start with how I am about my kids. I have a 22 year old (Bailey Elise Hidalgo), 16 year old (Remy Hidalgo), and a 4 year old (Tucker) and since Bailey was born I have lived by a philosophy of, if my kids can’t go then I’m not going, because I always wanted to spend as much time with them as possible. That means that I’ve had approximately 10 date nights, 4 or 5 nights out with the guys and 0 hunting and fishing trips since 1997.Have I missed some things? Some might say yes, and that’s ok because my way is not everyone’s way. For me, nothing was and still is more important than the time I get with my kids so, if that means I’m going to the trampoline park instead of an LSU party, or my trips to Bass Pro are to look at the fish and turtles rather than the boats and 4 wheelers, then I’m ok with that because I’ve always understood that, no matter what, my time with my kids is limited and will never be enough.Along with never leaving my kids, I’ve also never believed in allowing my kids to self entertain to much. I would give Remy his privacy but, after an hour or 2, I would get him out of his room and tell him to come hang out with us to which he always obliged. We would talk, wrestle around, or even sit and watch TV, but we did it together.Last, I taught my kids to be friends with one another. Would they bicker and fight? Sure! But they have always leaned on and propped each other up to the point that Remy was his big sister’s (Bailey) best friend and confidant. I was constantly surprised at how much they talked, even after Bailey had to go away for college. If Remy and I had an argument, Bailey would be my 1st call I made to “find out what’s going on with him”.I can’t tell you how many times I would walk around my house, looking for Tucker, only to find him, lying on his bedroom floor, along side his big brother Remy, playing with cars or super heroes. That’s how all 3 of my kids are with one another and it’s absolutely the thing I’m most proud of and my biggest accomplishment.I say all of this so that it may reach someone out there that has less time than they think with their kids. Moms and dads, put the phone away, let the dishes and dirty clothes sit and extra hour or 2 and get your kids out of their room and spend goofy fun special time with them. Be goofy, be silly, dance with them, dress up if they want you to.Your dignity and your “grown up time” will be worthless in the end. I promise you, when your kids get older and your time with them is gone, you won’t look back and say to yourself “thank God I was dignified” and you will never say “I wish I had more time to myself”. Kiss your kids in public, tell them, throughout the day that, you love them and that they make you proud. Of course I have regrets because I was far from a perfect parent.Hell, I don’t even know if I was a good one but what I do know is my kids love me and they never have to wonder if I love them.So if you see me and really want to say something meaningful just say to me “I love my kids” because “how are you doing” is the most stupid thing, all be it well intended, you can say to me. Say “I kissed my son in carpool” or “my daughter made me proud today”. That way I will know that I reached someone with this message. Because I kissed Remy, and I loved Remy, and Remy always made me proud.