By Justin Heinze via

One mother’s tragedy has been a blessing for others.

Whitemarsh native Mary Ciammetti lost her son Christian, a Temple University student, to alcohol poisoning, in January 2015, the Times Herald relates.

But Ciammetti has turned her suffering into positive energy, raising awareness for the signs and symptoms of the issue in the community and at universities, the report states.

“Don’t Stall, Just Call,” she says of any potential alcohol poisoning situation.

Flyers, billboards, and changes to campus policy are just a few of the issues she is reportedly working on.

She is also working to get amnesty for underage drinkers who call to report a dire situation, according to the report, in the hopes that Christian’s death will save other lives.

Ciammetti has already given speeches at Temple and the University of Delaware, reports. She also has speaking engagements set up for 2016 at La Salle College High School in Wyndmoor and St. Joseph’s University.

IN MEMORIUM: CHRISTIAN T. “CHEECH” CIAMMETTI, 20 yrs. old on Jan. 24, 2015, of Conshohocken. Christian was a graduate of LaSalle College High School class of 2012, presently was a student in the Landscape Architecture program at Temple Univ. He was an avid skier, fisherman and gardner.

Beloved and cherished son of Mary (nee Sabia) and Pasquale “Pat” Ciammetti; Loving brother of Trey (Maura), Drew (Ashley) and Coeli Ciammetti; uncle of Tripp; Grandson of Virginia and the late Pasquale Ciammetti and Molly and the late John Sabia; will be missed by many loving aunts, uncles and cousins.

Donations in Christian’s name are requested to be sent to LaSalle College H.S. for Christian Bros. Grant, 8605 Cheltenham Ave., Wyndmoor, PA. 19038 or Temple Univ. Landscape Architecture Program, 1801 N. Broad St., Phila. 19122.