This is sad! Newborn twins and their sister have become orphans at an early age, after their 24-year-old mum, Stephanie Caceres, died on the funeral day
of their 26 year old Dad, Jevaughn Suckoo, who was shot and killed on
July 11th at the Renaissance Apartments in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Stephanie Caceres who welcomed her baby three days after the death of her boyfriend wrote on Facebook;
just don’t understand how someone can have the heart to leave three
kids without a father especially two that never got the chance to even
meet him,” she posted. “They didn’t deserve this! I’m trying I really am
to stay strong but this has to be the toughest battle I’ve ever had to
However, Stephanie suffered complications from an infection that
resulted from her C-section two days later, and was admitted to the
Intensive Care Unit. She passed on the 10th day, same day as Suckoo’s
Suddenly the newborn twins and their 21-month old sister,
Kailanie are without parents. “Just complete shock, completely
devastated,” said Joni Saunders, aunt of 26-year old , the man who was
Saunders was joined on Thursday, by Irma Meza, mother of 24-year old Stephanie Caceres, the woman who died.
Saunders and Meza spoke at the doctor’s office in Lake Clarke Shores, where Caceres worked.
women said they were dealing with the sudden deaths of their loved
ones, and the challenge now of caring for the couple’s three small
children. “I think right now we’re just very focused on the children,
making sure that they’re okay,” said Saunders.
Saunders said the toddler adored her father. “He walks into the room,
and nobody else existed for her,” said Saunders. “Same thing with
Stephanie. She was such a dedicated mom.” Meza explained she’s diabetic,
and said Stephanie always told her she would take care of her.
Meza said she never she imagined Stephanie not being around, and Meza
would be the one providing care for the children. At the doctor’s
office, diapers, formula and other items collected for the children,
took up a large portion of a medical supply room.
account was created for the children and over $98k have been raised for
them. Plus, several people donated lots of baby food, diapers, clothers
etc for the children and their upkeep. Saunders and Meza said they are
overwhelmed by the outpouring from the community.