Amy Bleuel


Age: 31

mental health awareness campaigner and founder of Project Semicolon, a mental health advocacy and suicide prevention group dedicated to raising awareness and providing support to people struggling with depression, mental illness, suicide, addiction, and self-injury across the globe, who launched the non-profit movement on social media in Green Bay, Wisconsin in 2013 after her father committed suicide over ten years earlier and was known in the mental health community as the person behind the popular semicolon tattoos as a form of solidarity between people dealing with mental health issues or death of someone from suicide, but who suffered from alcoholism in recent years and had five major suicidal attempts.

Cause of Death: Suicide by unknown method

Born: August 1, 1985

Died: March 24, 2017

Green Bay, Wisconsin