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  Deva Whispers * Elaina Deva Proffitt * 

Author Spiritual Grief & Loss Counselor * Speaker Teacher AfterLife Communicator

Victims of Violent Crimes

Victims of Violent Crimes 
Victims of Violent Loss  Elaina Deva Proffitt

Grief and Loss Counselor  Families of Violent Loss 

Elaina Deva Proffitt has done Spiritual grief and loss counseling using her natural abilities as an Afterlife Communicator and energy medicine practitioner she is available for those who are have lost loved ones to violent death. Deva Soul Therapy 

She also has had a large grief and loss practice since 1986 and has worked in conjunction with Therapists in a variety of levels

Counseling the families who have lost loved one to Violent crimes since 1986 She is also available as a Speaker. She was a consultant for Law Enforcement since 1983 

TESTIMONIAL -Elaina Deva Proffitt 

"In my heart and my mind I took great comfort in the words Elaina shared with me and the answers she gave me brought a measure of peace to my heart.

Had I not met Elaina I would still be struggling with this but she put my mind at ease. She is the real deal, someone I trust with my loved ones memories here on earth, and someone I can turn to when I am confused or need some direction. I am eternally grateful to her."


Dayna Herroz

Peer Advocate/Violent Loss

San Diego, CA 92143

Families of Victims of Violent Crimes come in all sizes shapes colors and cultures. Little Children being the victims of kidnap murder and other heinous acts is one of the most dark deeds.  Children are to be loved protected and have the right to live a safe and happy life. 

Dayna Herroz Tori and Dean

Dayna Herroz 

Citizen of Courage Award 2016

Congratulations -Tori and baby Dean are so proud of You... 


Daynas Herroz's  22 year old daughter Tori Vienneau and Tori's son Dean, were found strangled inside their Southcrest apartment

 Tori and Dean 7/23/06 (3 days before the murders) and the last photo ever taken of them.

In July 2006,  Baby Dean was found in his crib with a cord on the same day that he turned ten months old.

"You wake up every morning and know that your family has been murdered," Herroz said.

After 18 months San Diego Police homicide detectives finally had enough evidence to arrest Vienneau's ex-boyfriend and father of her son, Bonita resident Dennis Potts.

Prosecutors said Potts killed Vienneau and son because he didn't want to pay child support.  He even used a friend's DNA to fake a paternity test.

"He thought he could get away with this, and he ruined his own life," Herroz said.

Herroz agreed to participate in a special "Dateline" on the crime because she wants to raise awareness about domestic violence.

Potts is now serving two life sentences in prison and Herroz said the judge granted her an unusual request.

In his prison cell, there is a large picture of the bodies of Vienneau and Dean in their casket on the day they were buried together.

"I want him to live with it everyday,"Dayna said.  "It's laminated, so he can't cut it up, he can't draw on it."

Source: http://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local/San-Diego-Double-Murder-In-National-Spotlight-117292893.html#ixzz3jnZxup4l

Violent Loss of Children


Monica DaSilva

September 23 1998

Taken from her bed while sleeping

Any information on this case please contact

Reno Police Department

(775) 334-2175

I was Here for a Moment ...

Then..I was Taken...

"Some souls come in for a short time

to love and teach us Then suddenly are 

taken from us But Never Forgotten"

Elaina Deva proffitt


Tori and Baby Dean

Tori & Dean

The  last photo ever taken of them.

 (3 days before the murders) and the nightmare 
began continued to this day.

Tori and baby Dean

The mind can not grasp how someone could do such a thing but Sadly We  must trust they said "goodbye" to us so we can help others...until we meet again..

To Lose a child is like no other grief  and when you lose your daughter and precious grandson it is beyond understanding! 

Dayna has become an Advocate for the Victims of Homicides Families...

Tori and baby Dean did not die in vain!" 

I was Here for a Moment ...

Then..I was Taken...

"Some souls come in for a short time

to love and teach us Then suddenly are 

taken from us But Never Forgotten"

Elaina Deva proffitt


Its May and the Lilacs are Blooming"

Elaina Deva Proffitt

Dayna Herroz  Elaina Deva Proffitt

Dayna Herroz and her husband, Roy, addressed a downtown San Diego courtroom where Dennis Potts of Bonita was sentenced for the slayings of their daughter Tori Vienneau and infant grandson Dean Springstube in July 2006.

— Nelvin C. Cepeda / Union-Tribune

Violent loss of children

Charles & Jennifer Chia

Missing on October 18, 1989

Remains found July 25, 1990 

If you have any information Call  Reno Police Department 


       (775) 334-2175

I was Here for a Moment ...

Then..I was Taken...

These little Souls did not deserve this

Bless them, their families and the

Investigators who tirelessly try to help them.

"Some souls come in for a short time

to love and teach us

Then suddenly are taken from us

But Never Forgotten"

Elaina Deva Proffitt


Law Enforcement

Every day Police Officers walk into the  Line of fire.

They risk their lives to protect oursor All those Who have Fallen

Important Phone Numbers

National POMC
Support and assistance to
survivors of homicide victims.
(888) 818-POMC

Childhelp USA/Forrester
National Child Abuse Hotline
(800) 4A-Child

Family Violence Prevention
Fund/Health Resource Center
(800) 313-1310

Mothers Against Drunk Driving
(800) 438-MADD

National Center for Missing and
Exploited Children
(800) 843-5678

National Criminal Justice
Reference Service
(800) 851-3420

National Organization for
Victim Assistance
(800) TRY-NOVA

National Resource Center on
Child Abuse and Neglect
(800) 227-5242

National Resource Center on
Child Sexual Abuse
(800) 543-7006

National Resource Center on
Domestic Violence
(800) 537-2238

National Victim Center
(800) FYI-CALL

Office for Victims of Crime
Resource Center
(800) 627-6872

Rape, Abuse & Incest
National Network
(800) 656-4673

Resource Center on
Child Protection and Custody
(800) 527-3223

Victim Services
Information & Referral Line
(800) 226-6667

Grieving for a loved one lost to violence is a deep pain that brings sudden shock and also then having the killer in the shadows of their lives for life.

Do not stand at my grave and weep,

I am not there, I do not sleep.

I am a thousand winds that blow,

I am the diamond glint on snow.

I am the sunlight on ripened grain,

I am the gentle autumn rain.

When you wake in the morning hush,

I am the swift uplifting rush,

Of quiet birds in circling flight.

I am the soft stars that shine at night.

Do not stand at my grave and cry,

I am not there, I did not die.