Male suicide rates four times higher than females nationally; problem seems to have cultural roots in stoic Midwest
Kurt Schreiner was many things. A fun uncle who faithfully attended his nephew's football games. A charming ladies' man who loved to travel. A kind-hearted soul who made you feel like his best friend and doled out the perfect advice.
That was on the outside.
On the inside, Schreiner struggled. With drugs and alcohol. With his rightful place in the world. With an engagement that broke off.