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Former New Jersey Gov. Corzine’s son commits suicide

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Former New Jersey Governor, Jon S. Corzine and his ex-wife, Joanne Corzine, have lost their youngest son from apparent suicide. Ex-Governor Corzine’s son, Jeffrey Corzine took his own life in a Mexico City hotel on Tuesday, according to New York Daily News reports on March 13.

The family called in a search team following failed attempts to connect – having tried unsuccessfully to reach young Corzine by phone – resulted in authorities having traced his destination in Mexico through his credit card activity.

The 31-year –old photographer had a history of severe depression along with drug and alcohol abuse; both parents were in full support of his recovery treatments.

Reports have not surfaced as to how the young man died.

According to the Daily news, he was an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous received treatment at Promises, a rehab center based in California.

Gov. Jon S. Corzine served from 2006 – 2010 as the 54th Governor of New Jersey on the Democratic Party.

His first marriage with childhood sweetheart, Joanne Corzine, they raised four children, daughter, Jennifer and sons, Josh and Jeffrey Corzine.

Newark Bereavement and Parenting Examiner extends our deepest condolences to the Corzine family during this difficult time.

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