William V. "Will" Schaefer - 23

5/28/1995 - 10/19/2018

Stillman Valley, IL

7 Comments

  • Robbie Stewart

    on 10/24/18

    May the promise found at Isaiah 25:8 bring some comfort in the death of William V "Will" Schaefer. "He will swallow up death forever. The Sovereign Lord will wipe away the tears from all faces." Just imagine, no more pain and grief due to the death of a love one! By means of the Kingdom that Jesus Christ taught us to pray for at Matthew 6:9,10; God is going to remove sickness, old age and death from the human family. God's original purpose for the earth being a paradise will be realized.

  • Gail Flowers

    on 10/26/18

    Carol and Charley, I'm so so very sorry to hear about Will. Sorry doesn't even touch it. I would love to see you guys ANYTIME that works for you. I know you're in His Grip and love you guys so very much. 

  • DT

    on 10/27/18

    I too suffer from anxiety and depression and even though you get medicated it is hard to live with.  There are good days and bad days.  But the God of the Bible promises to end all the things that cause mourning and outcry including death (Revelation 21:3 & 4).  That is a good time for all to see also when we can welcome our loved ones back who have fallen asleep in death through the resurrection hope at John 5:28 & 29.  For further comfort explore the free website jw.org

  • The Wards

    on 10/28/18

     

    To the family of Mr. Conley, please accept our condolences for the loss of your loved one. We know that there are no words to express the grief you must be feeling at this time. Please know that God is not indifferent to the suffering you are experiencing. He knows that death is unnatural even though it is common. At Rev. 21:4, there will be a time when sorrow and pain will be a part of the past. Until then we rest assured knowing of the resurrection found at Acts 24:15 and at John 5:28,29. May the words found there bring you a measure of comfort

  • Jennifer

    on 10/31/18

    I am so sorry. Will was so young and I can image his struggle with depression. One relative of mines is suffering with the same depression and anxiety  which is very challenging.  I am sure you did  your best to take Care of  him and he appreciated that. Your special memories of him will help ease your pain each day. May the God of tender mercies and comfort carry you through this difficult time  2 Corinthians 1: 3,4

  • Jennifer

    on 10/31/18

    I am so sorry. Will was so young and I can image his struggle with depression. One relative of mines is suffering with the same depression and anxiety  which is very challenging.  I am sure you did  your best to take Care of  him and he appreciated that. Your special memories of him will help ease your pain each day. May the God of tender mercies and comfort carry you through this difficult time  2 Corinthians 1: 3,4

  • Jennifer

    on 10/31/18

    I am so sorry. Will was so young and I can image his struggle with depression. One relative of mines is suffering with the same depression and anxiety  which is very challenging.  I am sure you did  your best to take Care of  him and he appreciated that. Your special memories of him will help ease your pain each day. May the God of tender mercies and comfort carry you through this difficult time  2 Corinthians 1: 3,4

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