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July 17, 2018

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September 29, 2017
When he was young boy in Sao Paulo, I would accompany Wil to his piano lessons. He was just learning Portuguese. As one of his Dad's missionaries, I spoke the language, and knew how to play the piano. His Brazilian piano teacher was cute and Sister Cardon thought it would help keep the local member boys active if, in addition to helping Wil understand her instructions, I could convert her. On my last night in Brazil, I accompanied Wil to a lesson. At its conclusion, I explained to his teacher that it would be my last time, that my mission was over and I was returning home. Upon receipt of that news, his teacher unexpectedly leaned in and gave me the customary beijo on each cheek, that the youth of Brazil exchange when saying good bye. As she attempted to bestow the same on Wil, he drew back his fist as if to punch her if she proceeded any further. At that, she immediately began apologizing, indicating that she had no idea that we didn't do such things in America. I tried to calm her by assuring her that indeed such tokens of affection were not unfamiliar to us. We then rushed back to the Mission Home where my farewell dinner was awaiting us. On the way, I suggested to Wil that we didn't need to make any reference to his teacher's heartfelt farewell. I thought I heard him concur. Imagine my surprise then,when upon entering in the dinning room where the President, Sister Cardon, and the rest of the departing missionaries were already eating, I heard little Will, with a big grin on his face, blurt outGeez Dad, you should have seen Elder McClurg kissing the piano teacher! You could have heard a pin drop as everyone, except the President, stopped in mid-bite. With out missing a beat, he drolly inquired, Elder McClurg do we need to talk? To which I responded We do not! and quickly sat down. Even if I wanted to shake that memory, I can not. It will always remain my lasting memory of Wil.
September 26, 2017
No way will I ever forget the day we opened Sophie's Place at Cardon's Children Hospital. Never will forget meeting Will and feeling his love and approval and joy over Sophie's Place there.
I am stunned and just heard of this loss and just feel such sadness. What a beautiful family and children and legacy he has left behind. I am grateful for meeting you Will and grateful for your happy soul that I felt that day. My love to your precious family. Anne Marie (Sophie's Mom)
September 3, 2017
Dear Nicole and Family, there aren't Words Enough To Express the Deep Sorrow I feel Because of Will's Passing, He was One God's Greatest Shepards, A True Blessings to All of Us... I will Never forget the Kindness he showed Me in My hour of Need. He Truly was a Remarkable Human Being Who cared about Everyone. I felt Priveledged to Know Him and I will Forever Carry the fond Memories of Him with Me.


My Sincerest Heartfelt Sympathies,
Donna Muscha
September 2, 2017
Please accept my heartfelt sympathy in the loss of your loved one. May the God who "binds up the brokenhearted" and "comforts all who mourn" sustain your family during this difficult time. Isaiah 61:1,2