Oh my gosh, this is just terrible! My thoughts and prayers go out to
Very sad. Not much that can be said to comfort people in a time like this but
just know that people care and thinking of this young man and his family.
The same thing happened to a young man from our high school over the Christmas
Break. So sad!
What a beautiful young man. Sending love and comfort to his family.
How sad and unexpected. . . I am reminded that we don't know "the hour
or day" when we'll be called home to God. "26 And now behold, I say
unto you, my brethren, if ye have experienced a change of heart, and if ye have
felt to sing the song of redeeming love, I would ask, can ye feel so now? 27 Have ye walked, keeping yourselves blameless before God? Could ye
say, if ye were called to die at this time, within yourselves, that ye have been
sufficiently humble? That your garments have been cleansed and made white
through the blood of Christ, who will come to redeem his people from their
sins?" Alma 5:26-27Fortunately, it appears that Parker was
prepared. Condolences and prayers to his friends and family.
A couple months ago the front page of MSN had a story of a teenager in Colorado
who same thing happened too. He I guess wasn't vacinated. Tragic when a
young life is taken suddenly. When according to our minds it is not supposed to
happen. but with God his thoughts are not our thoughts. Condolences to family.
It broke my heart to read about this fine young man and the tragedy. He is
certainly in a better place but my heart and prayers go to his family and
friends. What an example of a fine upstanding young man - I know many lives have
been touched for good.
Sad.Sounded like a gem of a person.All locker rooms, and weight
rooms, at high schools and colleges, need cleaned daily top to bottom.No
matter the cost.Or just get rid of sports
Sending my condolences. So sad.
My thoughts and prayers are with the family. This must be a very hard burden to
When I was a teen, I had septic arthritis, which is a form of staph infection.
At first, doctors couldn't get why my knee hurt so much. But the time they
finally figured it out, the infection was too close to the medulla. No
antibiotic was able to fight it and they gave me 48 hours, otherwise they would
cut my leg so the virus wouldn't get to the bloodstream. I guess it was not
my time since I survived and with my leg. If you see an infection on
your skin and it doesn't get away, get to the doctor! If you have fever,
get to the doctor! You never know when it's a staph infection. A friend of
mine is now in comma because he though those blisters would go away.
Unfortunately, by the time he finally decide to go to the doctor, he ended up at
the ER.So sorry for this young man's family. Being a parent
myself, I just cannot imagine how they feel now. My prayers go out to them!
my condolences, sounds like an awesome guy.