Aria Burch Senser death: Aria Burch Senser cause of death

Aria Burch Senser death happened on February 6, 2019. She was 13 years old. Aria Burch Senser cause of death was suggested to be suicide in a prayer post on Facebook by Cecelia Smith:

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Continual prayer for the family of 13 year old Aria Joy Burch-Senser

God of hope, God of love, I come to you with the entire family of Aria Joy on my heart. I know they are filled with grief and confusion. Cover them Lord as only you can during this period of what seems like insurmountable sadness. Hear their cries of anguish then let your peace fill every space that is void of Buggy’s physical presence.
Give gentle guidance to truth and understanding. In the precious name of our Lord and redeeming savior Jesus Christ, Amen.

💕Loving on all of you from South Carolina..💕 Cecelia Smith

Suicide is difficult to come to grips with and even moreso with someone so young. Please keep this family in your prayers and others that may be affected with loss of a loved one.

Another tribute from Dustin Meyer read:

Never stop checking in on your people. Especially the happiest ones.

RIP Aria Joy-Burch Senser aka Buggy
March 21, 2005 – February 6, 2019

Aria Burch Senser death: Aria Burch Senser cause of death

Aria Joy-Burch Senser aka Buggy died on February 6, 2019 in Minneapolis at age 13. She was born on March 21, 2005.

Aria Burch Senser is survived by her parents Brittani Senser and Rico Burch;

  • grandparents Gini and Gary Rackner, Joe and Amy Senser, Vianne and Fela Burch, and Keith Olson;
  • great-grandmother Jackie Adams;
  • aunts and uncles Ashlee, Hannah, and Molly Senser, Danika Burch, Sade (Dyshon) Goss, Jason (Kristin) Rackner, and Cameron (Tali) Rackner;
  • cousins Lucia, Ellis, Julian, Rozaria, RJ, Davyn, and Dyshon;
  • and countless more family and friends.

Funeral services held on Wednesday, February 13, at 11 a.m. at Park Avenue Methodist Church, 3400 Park Avenue, Minneapolis. Visitation was Tuesday, February 12, from 4-8 p.m., at Thomson-Dougherty Mansion, 2535 Park Avenue, Minneapolis.

May her soul rest in perfect peace.


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