Paige Figi is the beautiful mother of Charlotte Figi. Paige’s daughter Charlotte was born with Dravet syndrome; a rare and serious form of epilepsy that first appears when children are young; in Charlotte’s case, she had her first seizure when she was three-months-old.
Paige learned to treat it with an oil made from cannabis after Pharmaceutical treatments stopped helping her when Charlotte was 5.
Paige’s launched a movement that changed marijuana laws across the nation. Paige and her family struggled with Coronavirus; most of her family improved.
But Charlotte sadly didn’t, she died from complications with the virus; she was 13.
46-year-old Paige Figi was born Paige Lynn Sullivan on September 1, 1976; she is the co-founder of Realm of Caring and executive director of Coalition for Acess Now.
Led by families according to their website, Coalition for Acess Now is a nonprofit organization “committed to educating the public and lawmakers on the health benefits associated with natural therapies derived from cannabis for chronic health conditions.”
In addition to little charlotte, Paige has two older children; son Maxwell, 16, and Charlotte’s twin sister Chase, 13. Paige is now with Greg Lafeliece a former firefighter and paramedic with the Colorado Springs Fire Department and the owner of Life.
Furthermore, Charlotte’s father if Matthew Figi, a senior instructor at Palantir Technologies.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Paige, her children, Greg as well and Matt Figi during this sad time.