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Published: Tuesday, Aug. 27 2013 9:05 a.m. MDT

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Alexandria, VA

It is truly unfortunate when things like this happen - but a lesson that we should all learn is that all of us need to go out into the world and try to be the example that Elder Wiberg was striving to be on his mission. My condolences to the family.

Salt Lake City, UT

Deepest condolences.

sandy, ut

He sounds like he was a good young man. What a tragedy. Thoughts are with the family

Utah, UT

As a convert to the church, tracted out 40 years ago, I am grateful to every missionary seeking to spread the gospel of truth. I am sorry that Elder Wiberg had an apparent change in mission destinations. How much you must miss him.

Krouskop Adventurer
Malaysia, 00

We were so blessed to worked with Elder Wiberg here in Kuala Lumpur. The entire KL District sends our deepest and heartfelt condolences to the family. We want to let you all know that He served with honor and dignity. We will miss him dearly but we know Heavenly Father has other plans for him. Our hearts here are heavy and we wish we could give Bro. and Sis. Wiberg big hugs from all of us here. Our prayers are with you all and know that we love you all.

Salem, Utah

Our deepest sympathies. What an inspiring young man. You have good reason to be proud.


I'm a faithful Latter-day Saint who thinks the family shouldn't have a single expense for their son's funeral. He was in the service of the faith, and faithful members should bear the expenses involved with the return of his body and burial. There shouldn't be any question about this...

St Pete Beach, FL

My condolences, and what a tragedy. But what beautiful places he was serving. I am sure he will be missed by the good, giving people he was serving.

Cedar Hills, UT

geez this is so sad. Feel so bad for the family. Losing a missionary son is hard to imagine. Hope this family can find solace from the Savior during the coming months...

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