13-year-old North Carolina boy has ‘gone home to be with Jesus,’ and his family requires big help.

Sabin Tulachan and Mary Raynor had 5 kids and adored them all. Silas Samar Tulachan, their son, was born in 2008, and he was now a bright 13-year-old who relished every moment of his existence.

Silas adored his family and aspired to be an engineer. He had a promising career ahead of him, and his parents wanted him to succeed, but destiny had other ideas.

Silas enjoyed music in addition to adoring God and recognizing His existence. His family constantly pushed him to follow his passions, not realizing that the little lad would soon close his eyes forever.

Raynor, his mom, had a modest company in downtown Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina, and everybody knew her as a sweet lady. Silas looked up to her as his best friend and role model.

Silas’ family claimed he was “years ahead of his time,” yet they had no idea he didn’t have much time left in this world. Silas’ family was having a typical day until they learned something that upset them.

Silas Samar Tulachan went home to be with Jesus on October 13, 2022, the family said on a GoFundMe page set up to pay the boy’s funeral costs. The eighth-grader died unexpectedly, leaving his family alone.

Silas’s family was distraught when they learned of his death. They had never pictured themselves planning for the teenager’s burial.

They need some big support, said Bess Matamoros, a family member who put up the online campaign. The fundraiser’s objective was to raise $18,000. As of October 20, 237 contributions had collected more than $13,000.

Raynor intended to stay at home with her kids until 2023 after her baby died. The funds raised through GoFundMe would pay funeral costs and assist the family in healing during this trying time. Matamoros stated, during her time off, Mary plans to help her kids in coping with the painful reality of losing Silas.

In a Facebook post, Sabin, the boy’s father, stated, thankful and on bended knees for ones prayers during this tough time. He continued that his darling son, may he rest in peace.

Grateful and on bended knees for your prayers during this difficult time. The details of Silas’ obituary is linked below. If possible, your attendance would mean the world to us. ❤️🙏🏼

Posted by Sabin Tulachan on Sunday, 16 October 2022

He also published a link to his beloved son’s obituary and invited friends and family to the funeral. The family had a viewing at Thomas Funeral Home in Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina, on October 18, followed by funeral services on October 19.

In a Facebook post, another loved one conveyed his sorrow. After discovering the “terrible news” on Facebook, Norma Spell Clifton asked his friends for prayers. He continued, may the Lord envelop him in his arms.

People flooded the Facebook comments area with expressions of support after reading Sabin’s poignant statement.

I want to share some news of a terrible family tragedy that has befallen us. My son, my prince, Silas is with us no…

Posted by Sabin Tulachan on Saturday, 15 October 2022

We send our heartfelt sympathies to Silas Samar Tulachan family. Our hearts go out to the parents of the young boy.

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