‘Completely heartbroken’: Beloved lobsterman loses addiction fight

The F/V Patricia Lynn II was Josiah Beringer’s refuge. It was also his darkness. The red and white lobster boat, named after his late mother, The Patricia Lynn now sits inside a cold warehouse at the state pier in Portsmouth, propped in the air above the concrete floor. A haunting autumn wind sweeps in, circling the boat like a cloak, a spirit. Aboard the Patricia Lynn on July 10, while docked at Badger’s Island in Kittery, Maine, Josiah overdosed twice within the same day, the second time killing him. He laid on her deck for 10 hours before he was found. He was 31. >click to read<05:47

2 Responses to ‘Completely heartbroken’: Beloved lobsterman loses addiction fight

  1. Judi says:

    I am so sorry for your loss

  2. Lizzie says:

    Omg these opiods are killing our kids …everywhere…so sorry for all the family

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