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Happy St. Patricks Day  / Jeri ~Laquan's Mom~   Read >>
Happy St. Patricks Day  / Jeri ~Laquan's Mom~

miss you guys...  / Zack Burns (friend of family )  Read >>
miss you guys...  / Zack Burns (friend of family )
its been a long time kate.... hope everyone is great. when i herd i 
didnt believe it .. was hard for me to accept.. i know casey and everyone had a hard time with it.. you where a mom to all of us and for that i thank u from the bottom of my heart.. i keep thinking of the times of me and casey and wes in fox going camping and fishing or playing at the pool in mt. view or going to the baseball games as kids .... i miss having a "good time" at richus springs festival if u remember you guys took me there when my grandfather died of cancer and kate you will never know how much that ment to me and the family... my best friend billy passed and yet again i found myself up on the mountain at the cabin .... again i thank u.... time goes by too fast... i miss u all and hope kyle, casey, willy and the rest of the family are doing great. If there is anything you ever need feel free to email or call me any time even if u just need someone to talk to and that goes for all the family.. tell casey to keep in touch i would love to hear from him..  i have some old photos of me and wes and casey maybe sometime i can email them to u...  keep in touch and have a great tomorrow.
                                                                            zack Close
This breaks my heart  / Lindsey Burns -. Aguirre (Childhood Friend )  Read >>
This breaks my heart  / Lindsey Burns -. Aguirre (Childhood Friend )
Lindsey here, Zach Burns little sister.  I heard about Wes from Zach a couple of years ago and it truely broke my heart!  I typed in Wes' name today and found this website.  He was such a great person.  I wanted to extend my condolences to you and Casey.

Lindsey Close
some Graphics for you  / Dottie Angel Mom To Matthew Hagan ^i^ (Visitor)  Read >>
some Graphics for you  / Dottie Angel Mom To Matthew Hagan ^i^ (Visitor)

I know you have heard it all before, I know I have. I am so sorry for your loss. I know the pain. Nothing I can say or do could ease your pain. It has been 3 1/2 years for my son. The pain still feels like yesterday. 

Just a few graphics I thought I would send for you. 

I hope you like these.  I know it isn't much. But I hoope they make you smile. Here is one more, Don't want to take up too much of your  space on here. 

I hope these give you a smile...If you ever want to talk, don't hesitate to contact me. 

Friends in Grief
I Miss You  / Jeri ~Mom To Laquan Majette~ (Memorial Friend )  Read >>
I Miss You  / Jeri ~Mom To Laquan Majette~ (Memorial Friend )

I Miss You 

I miss your laughter, fun and gentleness.
I miss the things I used to do for you.
I miss the time, now filled with emptiness,
When each day was a stage for something new.
I miss your love, though mine for you remains,
A passion with no outlet to the sea,
A teardrop in the desert, that contains
What's left of my maternal ecstasy.
I miss your presence, like a silent cord
That anchored even solitude in grace.
I miss, for my love's labor, the reward
On seeing some small pleasure on your face.
All these I miss, and yet they are all here
Within my heart, far more than I can bear.

~ By Nicholas Gordon ~ 

September 12, 2006
Remembering Wes

Happy Birthday In Heaven!
Jeri, Your Memorial Friend

W / Kayt (MOM)  Read >>
W / Kayt (MOM)
                             We remember Them

In the rising of the sun,
 and in it's going down,
  We will remember them;

In the blowing of the wind
 and in the chill of winter,
  We will remember them;

In the opening of the buds
 and in the warmth of summer,
  We remember them;

In the rustling of leaves
 and the beauty of autumn,
  We will remember them;

In the brginning of the year
 and when it ends,
  We will remember them

When we are weary
 and in need of strenght,
  We remember them;

When we are lost
 and sick at heart
  We will remember them;

When we have joys 
 we yearn to share,
  We will remember them;

So long as we live,
 they too shall live,
  for they are now a part of us as
  We remember them

From Gates of Prayer

I'M RESTING NOW  / Jeri Majette (Memorial Friend )  Read >>
I'M RESTING NOW  / Jeri Majette (Memorial Friend )



I’m resting in the sunshine now, the way I know I should.

In a garden filled with beauty, where the air is always good.

I’ve obtained a place where real estate is priceless and so fine…

Where friends are always glad to call, and say, “it’s just Divine.


While the years on earth pass swiftly, here we have no fear of time.

For the fears of life have vanished, and the atmosphere’s sublime.


Tell my friends, I’ll always love them,

and our God is overall.

So, we’ll meet again in Heaven,

When they hear the Father’s call.


For the flowers and the friendship, and the joys of life we’ve shared,

there’s the sweetest kind of memory, in the faith we’ve all declared.


So, God bless you all, in passing.

May your days ahead be filled,

with the finest and truest,

till we go where God has willed.


Author unknown~

Rest in Heavenly peace, Wes
Jeri (mother of Laquan Ali Majette)

Victim Advocate/Prosecutor'--s Office  / Stephanie Terlep (Victim advocate )  Read >>
Victim Advocate/Prosecutor'--s Office  / Stephanie Terlep (Victim advocate )
As a man, Wes was thoughtful, caring and kind.
As an angel, Wes is thoughtful, caring and kind.
Perhaps, he became impatient to go onto the Greatest Adventure of All. 
I can well imagine him, sitting next to the Thrown of his Creature and asking Him:  "Why do bad things happen to good people?"
I imagine him and Cassity, tell jokes and making God laugh!
I can hear his laughter in the sound of the pounding surf.
We are all spirits, learning to be human.
In spirit and in Fact, Wes is with us still.
Talk to him, and he will listen.
Hear him speaking through the gentle breeze rustling threw the trees or through the hurricans, depending on his moods.
Watch him smile at us, whenever we see a beautiful flower in bloom.
In our hearts we say:  "We love you, Wes!"
In our prayers we say: "We miss you, Wes!"
In unison we say: "Rest in peace, brother!" Close
Today I Thought I Saw You (Kayt my dear friend, I can only guess how you feel).  / Sue Jones (Friend)  Read >>
Today I Thought I Saw You (Kayt my dear friend, I can only guess how you feel).  / Sue Jones (Friend)

Today I thought I saw you.

Just for a second, when I looked at your chair,

I thought you were setting there.

I blinked my eyes, and you were gone.

I walked in the garden, something flashed in the corner of my vision.

It looked like you.

I turned quickly, but you were not there.

I heard laughter today. It sounded like you.

Then I realized it was just the wind.

As I passed by the fireplace today, I straightened your picture.

You smiled at me. I did a double take.

I sat down and cried.

All at once I understand.

You, sitting in your chair. You, walking in the garden. The sound of your beautiful laughter. Your smile tugging at the corners of my mind.

You will never be gone.

You live in my memory. You live in my heart.

Today I thought saw you …..and I did.

Written by Sue Jones copywritten 2005

To a beautiful soul  / Pam Wasdin (a mom who lost a child )  Read >>
To a beautiful soul  / Pam Wasdin (a mom who lost a child )
Wes, your Mom has written me after she read about my daughter being murdered. You know, after reading about you, my daughter and you were the free spirits that everyone envies. T he loving ones who are open to everyone and accepting of the differences.  I know that God has a special place for you and my Dara. the place must be full of sunshine, waves and sweet sounds of music.  Wes, know your Mom loves you and as a Mom, I can tell you that she misses you.  But there is solice that one day we will be together with our babies again.  Continue on young man, praising God and walking the beautiful beaches beyond.  Love and Peace, Pam Close
May God Bless you Kayt  / Debbie Wiley   Read >>
May God Bless you Kayt  / Debbie Wiley
You have created a wonderful site for Wes.  I know he is proud of the poems that you write in his honor. Such a tragic lost of a beautiful human being. Kayt may you always be blessed with good memories of Wes. Close
Where he no longer cries  / Kayt Fossler (Mom)  Read >>
Where he no longer cries  / Kayt Fossler (Mom)
there was a little man
 going no where
running faster and faster to a master
who wasn't there
he obeyed his every wish
he did even more
for darkness was approuching
beyond his little door
his little mind was useless
against the odds he faced
to be born a servant
to a master with no face
one day may he realise
what his mind can do
find himself a place
among the choosen few
far from the cities
the lights and the lies
to a place of freedom
where he no longer cries

I love you, my golden sun
Angels / Heather (friend)  Read >>
Angels / Heather (friend)
I love you-
tell the other angels, we got the best guardian angle
I love u
To feel the pain of loss  / Jill (Friend)  Read >>
To feel the pain of loss  / Jill (Friend)
I heard a distant ring
or was it a hum
A mystical calling
from behind the wind
enticing me forward
or was it backward?

To a time and place
Where all stood still
in awe of the opportunity
to live and breath
to love
and laugh

To feel the pain
of loss
and the fullfillment
of continueing on

To Wesely  / Jeffery (friend)  Read >>
To Wesely  / Jeffery (friend)
I understand how people worry about friends and family. I believe yourself and others protect both those who worry and the ones they worry about.
Love Jeffery
Mahalo, My Brother  / Marty (Friend)  Read >>
Mahalo, My Brother  / Marty (Friend)
Wes to me was like a human pooh bear. He was simple, trusting, loving, adventurous, always up, he'd never bring you down.
Wes was always there for a friend and would befriend anyone. He didn't understand  hate, fear, judgement, the things that most of the world is running on these days.
 We all learned many lessons from Wes, from nature to life. He was so much fun to hang with, that you never knew you were learning from him.
Looks, color, race, age, I don't think Wes ever saw these things, for he truly saw the inner beauty in all.
Aloha Nui, my friend !!!
Marty G.

so many good times, so many adventures
   Mahalo, my Brother
Mention my child / Kayt Fossler (mom)  Read >>
Mention my child / Kayt Fossler (mom)

Go ahead and mention my child,
The one that died, you know.
Don't worry about hurting me further.
The depth of my pain doesn't show.
Don't worry about making me cry,
I am already crying inside.
Help me to heal by releasing the tears that I try to hide.
I am hurt when you just keep silent,
Pretending he did not exist.
I'd rather you mention my child,
knowing that he has been missed.
You ask me how I was doing,
I say "pretty good", or "fine."
But healing is somthing ongoing
I feel it will take a lifetime.

Author unknow
Memories / Kayt Fossler (mom)  Read >>
Memories / Kayt Fossler (mom)
The memory of your smile
 fades like the sun setting on an autum's eve
Your laughter is but an echo
 bouncing off the cliffs of time
The days blend together
 like the sun bleached strands of your hair
I look to the sky
 waiting to catch a glimpse
 of the fair haired boy
Who slipped away on butterfly wings
Leaving me as bare, as the oak, in winter
Waiting for you and the warm rays of spring

Love, mom
Turn Back the Clock / Kayt Fossler (mom)  Read >>
Turn Back the Clock / Kayt Fossler (mom)

I wish I could turn back the clock, to the day the bug flew in my ear
To know then, what I know now about things that were to happen that year.
To call my son, to wish him well, to hear his voice one last time
To tell him I loved him and was so proud, that he was a child of mine
But I didn't call that day in May and will forever wonder, what if?
For he's gone from us now and you know
It's his sweet smile that I miss, that wild , wild hair, that impish grin, the innocent love that he gave
To all of his friends and family, he'll never know the difference he made

Love Mom

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