Mom who lost son to suicide seeks to improve health system
May 7, 2017
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Anne Moss Rogers has endured a broken neck, two surgeries to remove a brain tumor and an attack at knifepoint, but no horror eclipses the day her second-born son, Charles Aubrey Rogers, took his own life.
Rogers and her husband, Randy, were in the parking lot of Brio Tuscan Grill on Stony Point Parkway in June 2015 when the Richmond Police Department called Randy's cellphone and asked them to stay where they were.
"I remember sitting there, doing all the gymnastics of, what could it be? Maybe it's this. Maybe it's that," Rogers said. "Then it was like a lightning bolt...