June, 2022

Thistle West

Thistle West’s early life was traumatic. She was brought up by her mother, after her father left the family when she was 3 years old. However, her mother’s declining health, meant Thistle had to start working early – from the age of 16, she worked as a teacher’s assistant. Aged 17, she met Romeo Ureta, whom she fell in love with. But, more tragedy was to strike three years later, when he committed suicide. This loss devastated Thistle and left a lasting scar throughout her life. More tragedy was to strike later, when a nephew also committed suicide.

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