Dear Joe and family - and Justin (because we know you see and hear us)
Justin - as our "other" son - you are in our thoughts and prayers daily. WE miss you so much. There is no one who can leave shoes at the door and raid our refrigerator with the art that you can - steal the guest bedroom with no one being aware and waking up in the morning, as positive and as bright as anyone could be. We miss you all the time. And your family is , every day, in our thoughts and prayers. We know that you will be present here and in Uganda, with your seeds and your spirit, farming. Much love to you -
Dylan, Debby and Dan
I am very sorry for your lose. Seeing you lose Justin makes me realize that problems I see as big, are in fact trivial.
. I am so sorry for tragic loss of Justin. Please be comforted by the fact that God cares.. He says "I have heard your prayers, I have seen your tears" 2 Kings 20:5.
Please call us any time 206 218 2058. Tino and Sheila Pascua. We just saw Jomar in Madison Park not too long ago. If you need anything---
Joe, I couldn't believe it when I heard the news. I am devastated. How much we all enjoyed your family, and you as their father, you were a model of Christ's light. We all remember the bright and talented children of the Small family: Jhomar, Justin, and Jessica. To think of you losing your middle child is unimaginable. I don't know what to say except that I'm so sorry and I am praying for your recovery from this tragic loss.
My Sincere condolences and prayers are with you at this very difficult time. Your in my thoughts and may God give you the strength you need at this difficult time.
Sincerely, Judy, Matt, Kyle, and Ethan Byers
I was so saddened to hear that you have lost Justin. Many years ago he sat in my 2nd grade classroom at St. Ben's. He was a kind and sweet young boy with I smile that I still remember today. May you find peace in the memories that you have as a family. I will keep you in my prayers.
Dear Small Family;
Our sincerest condolences. You are all in our thoughts & prayers... We know you will find strength in your faith.
Dear Small Family,
My sincere condolences to your
family over the loss of Justin. We know he is resting
peacefully in the loving arms
of our savior.
May the love of family and friends comfort you at this time.
The sympathy and prayers are with Small family in this time of sorrow. May god console in this difficult time of grief.
To Justin Small's family, Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers through this incredibly difficult time. My two children attended Blanchet with Justin and his siblings.
`Virginia Van Dyke and Mike Healy
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Small family. We are sorry for your loss.
My deepest sympathies go out to all of Justin's family and friends. Justin will be missed dearly on the WWU campus and most certainly within the MSCM program. He was a very lively character always sharing unique ideas and always such a pleasure to be around. Justin will be missed so much.
My heartfelt sympathy for everyone in Justin's family and for all his friends. You will be in my prayers in the days ahead as you struggle to come to grips with your loss.
May God embrace Justin with the infinite Love only God is capable of, and may God console you in this difficult time of grief.
Leo Genest - Bishop Blanchet H.S.
My heart goes out to the entire Small family. Please know that all of you are in the prayers and thoughts of many many people.
We are so sorry for your loss. Justin will be greatly missed by all. Your family is in our prayers.
Sam, Melinda, Ashlea, Michael and Matthew Stokes
My deepest sympathies to the Small family and friends. The tragic loss of Justin at such a young age makes us all re-evaluate the important things in life. I was fortunate to have the privilege to get to know Justin at WWU. He was incredibly gracious, considerate, and available to volunteer when needed. This summer we were working closely on his resume and cover letter as he would be applying for his first Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management (MSCM) internship this fall. Justin was extremely excited to be in the MSCM program and mentioned discussing his career goals with his brother who had given him very sound advice. He will be missed.
Justin was a great classmate, always willing to stay late and help us out with assignments even if he hadn't met us yet. Western won't be the same without him. My deepest sympathies, he will most certainly be missed.
Joe and family. I am so very so sorry and my prayers are with you.
My sympathy and prayers are with all the Small family as you mourn the passing of your son and brother.
Please accept my deepest sympathies. It is very very said to loose a fellow student. Justin will be missed.
Justin will be remembered fondly - his smile, good nature and love of sports.
We were devastated to hear about Justin. He was a delightful guy with an easy smile and such a sense of fun. We are very sorry for the heartbreaking loss of your son and brother and send our love to you all. Justin will be missed.
May your many happy memories bring you peace in your grief. Matt Tobin O'Dea 1980
I am saddened by the death of your son, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
My condolences to the Small family. I was crushed to hear of this tragic loss. I had the pleasure of teaching Justin at Bishop Blanchet, and I will remember him as many others likely will - smiling, exuberant, curious, and fast. I'm praying for your family and for Justin.
I am so very sorry for the loss of your son, brother, and friend Justin. My son attended Blanchet High School with Justin and said that he was one of the nicest kids in the class - good to everyone, comfortable to be around, hubmle in his accomplishments, and a very good person.