You should be very proud of your son!! I cannot imagine your feeling of loss.
I have thought of your son many times during the fires at Fort McMurray. He was a very brave man.
Thinking of you...
He led a life that you should be proud of. After loosing both parents and a wife within five years I can understand your feelings. I met Kathy in Bereavement Counseling after loosing her husband. We have since helped one another heal.Be Safe and Enjoy!It's about time.
Oh I can't believe it's been a year already. May you find comfort in good memories. William sounded like an outstanding young man.
Memories, photos, words, and his dream will always be with you.Sharing again with us is so special, and I believe he is looking down at all the others at Fort McMurray, continuing to do what William did.
It's important to keep the anniversaries in mind. I know it's hard sometime but it's part of the journey. I think of William this summer when we have such a huge and dangerous fire in Alberta,
Every time I hear of wildfires and the people fighting them, I think of you, your family and your William.
I am thankful for brave people like William but I am sad for your loss. Take care!
A very dangerous kind of flying. My heart goes out to you. - Margy
I had no idea you had lost a son until I saw this post. I don't think I have any words really, other than the things others have said in the comments above.
Thinking of you and your family .
Hello, you should be very proud of your son, he was very brave. I am thankful for all our firefighter, they put their lives in danger doing their jobs. I know you have many happy memories to help you through your loss.
Feeling a little bit of your pain in my own heart, knowing that grief and sadness are normal responses to a loss such as yours, and taking just a tiny bit of it into myself. Sending you love and many virtual hugs.
We always remember the ones we love and have lost. The memories we have of them are priceless.
although today must be incredibly difficult for you, i am so happy you honored his anniversary in this way. i have read and remember his story so well, i remember your grief and sadness....but you should be so proud of him. what an amazing man and story and you are keeping it alive here. i am sending hugs and kisses from the jersey shore. it's warm here today and i pray you feel that warmth!!!!
Thank heaven for men like your son, William, who was unselfish and heroic in his job, helping to save the lives of many others. May he rest in peace. May you and your family be comforted by the happy memories you have of your son.
It is always important to remember the anniversaries...The memories we have of loved ones remain so preciousThinking of you and your familyAll the best Jan
So sorry for your loss, sending lots of hugs...
Thinking of you and your family as you remember Will on this day and every day. Blessings to you.
The world of aviation is small, and such a loss is felt by all fellow aviators and is hard to come to terms with. Deepest condolences from a fellow pilot
He was a brave man, working to help others. You can be proud of him.
My thoughts are with you. It was my younger brother's birthday today. This year he is not another year older. He died suddenly and alone last November and nobody knew for a week when he missed his regular Sunday phone calls. We were not always the best of friends but today I found myself remembering the fun times... And what a waste he died so young. Healthy and happy (he was neither sadly) he should have lived another 40 years.
That must have been a tough day. I'm happy that you have wonderful memories of a son you must be so very proud of.Thank you for your prayers for my family.Nice to catch up on all your posts. I enjoy all your beautiful pictures.