Daphne Dorman suicide note: Daphne Dorman death, obituary

Daphne Dorman suicide note was posted on Facebook October 11, 2019, at about 2:22am. Beloved Daphne Dorman death, obituary occurred shortly after.

She was only 44 years old and leaves behind her beautiful daughter Naia who she begged to understand that her suicide wasn’t her fault.

Daphne Dorman suicide note: Daphne Dorman death, obituary

Read Daphne Dorman suicide note below:

I’m sorry.

I’ve thought about this a lot before this morning. How do you say “goodbye” and “I’m sorry” and “I love you” to all the beautiful souls you know? For the last time.

There’s no good way. That’s what I got out of all that thought.

To those of you who are mad at me: please forgive me. To those of you who wonder if you failed me: you didn’t. To those of you feel like I failed you: I did and I’m sorry and I hope you’ll remember me in better times and better light.

I love you all. I’m sorry. Please help my daughter, Naia, understand that none of this is her fault. Please remind her that I loved her with every fiber of my being.


Daphne Dorman suicide note: Daphne Dorman death, obituary:

Transgender stand up comedianne Daphne Dorman was featured in Dave Chappelle’s “Sticks & Stones” Netfilx comedy special.

A Philadelphia native, Daphnestarted her career with a 12 year journey as a stage and TV actress, including a two year stint on QVC where she represented the Memorex line of consumer electronics.

She served as the Director of Operations for The Actors Center of Philadelphia where she also spent several years teaching improvisation and stage combat.

From there, she started her own web development agency, cutting her teeth on websites and apps for local businesses, including the acclaimed National Geographic photographer Steve McCurry.

Daphne later moved to Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea, an island 30 miles off the coast of Cameroon in Africa, after years of acting and running her own agency.

There, she spent two years establishing a wildlife preserve and research station for primates and sea turtles. Upon her return to the United States, Daphne moved to California where she took a role as Director of Information Technology for SCS Global Services in Emeryville, CA.

In 2016, she volunteered at the San Francisco LGBT Center serving as the instructor for Transcode, a series of classes aimed at training transgender members of our community for a career in technology with specific emphasis on programming for the internet.

Before her tragic death, Daphne Dorman served as Senior Software Engineer (DevOps) for Vineti, LLC where she fulfilled her passions writing and acting on stage and in films.

May her soul rest in perfect peace.

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