Her husband inspires through The Piano Guys, but Michelle Schmidt turned to writing: 'I have one little life and I’m going to use it to testify that God is real'

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  • KrankyFrank Draper, UT
    Oct. 5, 2018 3:24 a.m.

    I heard this news, and felt sad for your family. Jon’s music is awesome and to see the videos of the crazy places they have “dropped” in a Grand Piano shows the creative spirit of her husband. Jon & Michelle what a united team.

    With Two boys returning after faithful mission service and on missions when Annie went missing. This must have been a difficult time for them, coming home without Annie. Thanks for writing and sharing your story. I’m going to go get your book and will be at the signing.

    I met Jon many years ago when he performed at Springville HS. I’m a huge David Lanz fan (piano new age guy) and thought who could compare with him? Jon was standing at the back of the auditorium. I had to briefly leave, on the way out I had a suprise. Jon was standing by the exit! We briefly talked, I mentioned my love of David’s music and if Jon was familiar with him.

    Soon Jon played, wow, did he play. When he got down and reached up backwards over the bench and played I nearly died. I now had another piano expert I needed to listen to the music. Your willingness to share sacred feelings, will impact many lives. Thank you, and may God continue to bless your family.

  • suzyk#1 Mount Pleasant, UT
    Oct. 2, 2018 8:11 a.m.

    I've thought many times about this tragedy and read about it and shed tears about it. I can't imagine the heartache and anything else that goes with it. Thank goodness they have our Heavenly Father to lift them when down, discouraged. What a blessing it was when they found her, even not alive they know where their daughter is and if she has to be gone at least she is in the arms of our Savior Jesus Christ..not a better place to be.