I think about whenever something like this happens to the people you're close with, the closest family and friends really show up. As most of you know, I'm at such a different place in my life than I was just four years ago, taking care of a wife and daughter now. For me, I try to pop into the forums once in a while even though I have no idea what's going on at all in the Jpop world let alone H!P, so Fushi was someone that I really had no interaction with at all. However I saw the post on Facebook and I instantly thought of her avatar with the scribbled face and the smile and thought about how much she was a big player in this community - big enough that I at least knew who she was, which says a lot with a mushy brain like mine has been since my daughter's birth.
But like shirenu said, if there's anything we can do to honour our fallen family members, living our own lives to the fullest and happiest we can speaks volumes. By bringing meaning to the lives of others brings meaning to our own. Help yourselves with any kind of negative thinking, rely on your family and friends and jphip crew to help you up if you think you're down. I've decided in my own life that darkness has no meaning, you can only have more or less light, and no matter how bad things seem, they just aren't. Life's not easy, it never will be, but that's what makes the victories so glorious when you achieve them. I'm sure that deep down Fushi would want nothing but the best for all of us here, so lets make sure we do it for her - and for ourselves.
Rest in Peace, Veera. Take care of yourself up there.