Aaron Williams
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So Sad

Ashburn, VA

#1 Aug 11, 2010
Im so sorry to the family our prayersare with you. Aaron we really loved you and you will be missed by everyone who knew you.
Qwer

Columbus, OH

#2 Aug 11, 2010
What happened??
Tia Graham

Lucasville, OH

#3 Aug 11, 2010
I don't really feel sorry for the parents from what i herd he was put in foster care when he was young. I feel sorry for all his friends that loved him and i feel sorry that he must not of realized how much he was loved.
"Qwer" he died.
Qwer

Columbus, OH

#4 Aug 11, 2010
Well I know he died but how did he die
tater

Marion, OH

#5 Aug 11, 2010
how did he die?????...and imvery sorry for their loss
felt it before

United States

#6 Aug 12, 2010
I'm sorry for his siblings I know they're going through alot right now! I have also lost a sibling and really hurts so much, and you don't ever get over it. You even blame yourself even though there is nothing you could of done. I just pray they get through it alright, it doesn't go away but it does get a little better. Just know that he will always be loved and remembered.
So Sad

Ashburn, VA

#7 Aug 12, 2010
Aaron was a wonderful boy and I loved him like he was family. His best friend said it was suicide
DawgBert

United States

#8 Aug 12, 2010
Tia Graham wrote:
I don't really feel sorry for the parents from what i herd he was put in foster care when he was young. I feel sorry for all his friends that loved him and i feel sorry that he must not of realized how much he was loved.
"Qwer" he died.
I'm Aaron's great uncle and he was not placed in foster-care. Aaron's was troubled child, always rebelling and running away to which the authorities took him into their care for a period of time. Please don't spread false, negative rumors. Now is not the time!
RIP Aaron Williams

Richmond, KY

#9 Aug 12, 2010
Prayers to the Williams family through this rough time
TRUTH

Portsmouth, OH

#10 Aug 12, 2010
Unfortunately, Aaron was placed in foster care because his parents refused to care for him after he got into trouble with the law. He did not have to go to foster care. His parents chose that, as all he wanted to do was be loved. He was constantly beaten and mistreated repeatedly by his mother. He could never live up to the reputation of his older siblings. His mother cared more about his potential high school football career than she did for his own well-being (mental and physical) and ultimately his own soul. He was heavily into drugs and alcohol. He often cried out for help, but failed to get the adequate guidance and direction he needed at home. He was lost....he needed Jesus. His mental abuse, anguish, physical abuse, repeated anger, continued undeserving hatred, and the horrendous mistreatment he suffered at home led to his mental instability and suicidal ideation. He needed someone to truly care for him, to love him, and to lend him a hand.....he needed Jesus. ALL WE CAN DO IS PRAY FOR THIS FAMILY...NO ONE WINS WITH SUICIDE EXCEPT FOR THE DEVIL. PLEASE PRAY, PLEASE I BEG YOU. GET ON YOUR HANDS AND KNEES AND PRAY. THANK YOU.
RIP AW

Marion, OH

#11 Aug 12, 2010
Why is it when something bad happens, those who are not provided with a reason automatically either assume or place the blame on others? This is a tragic event, and the last thing his family and friends need is guilt and blame placed upon them. What is done is done. All we can do is offer our condolences and learn from this experience to prevent it from happening to someone else. My thoughts and prayers are with the Williams Family and all of those who knew and loved Aaron. There are some things that cannot be explained, it's life.
So Sad

Ashburn, VA

#12 Aug 12, 2010
I agree now is not the time to point fingers.People who knew Aaron loved him.Don't try to make his family feel like crap.Im sorry he felt suicide was his only way out of whatever was troubling him and im also sorry to all his family regardless of what people might say.Gonna miss you Aaron.
TRUTH

Portsmouth, OH

#13 Aug 12, 2010
CONDOLENCES WILL BE OFFERED IN THE LAKE OF FIRE!
WE CAN LEARN FROM THAT OR AT LEAST SOMEONE WILL.
NO BLAME, JUST THE SAD TRUTH AND REALITY THAT IT CAN BE EXPLAINED AND LIFE SHOULD BE ABOUT THE ABUNDANCE OF GOD'S LOVE AND NOT ABOUT THE THINGS OF THIS WORLD THAT DO NOT MATTER.
ALL THAT MATTERS IS JESUS AND SPREADING THE GOSPEL, SO THAT OTHERS MAY BE SAVED. AARON NEEDED JESUS, THE SON OF THE LIVING GOD!
NOW NO MORE BLAME CAN BE PLACED UPON AARON.
THE TRUTH WILL SET YOU FREE AND THE TRUTH HURTS SOMETIMES. IN THIS CASE, THE TRUTH WILL HURT FOR A LIFETIME FOR SOME WHILE AARON'S LIFETIME HAS UNFORTUNATELY COME TO A SAD END.
CALL IT A LEARNING EXPERIENCE IF YOU WILL, BUT THE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN FOR AARON HAS COME TO AN END. I WOULD HAVE THOUGHT THAT OTHERS WOULD HAVE LEARNED A LONG LONG TIME AGO.
ALL HE EVER WANTED WAS TO BE ACCEPTED, LOVED, TREATED EQUAL, AND TO BE RESPECTED. NO ONE ENDS THEIR OWN LIFE IF THEY HAVE SELF-WORTH. A LITTLE LOVE WOULD HAVE GIVEN HIM THAT.
AARON...YOU WERE LOVED BY SOME AND UNDERSTOOD BY SOME. YOU WILL BE MISSED AND WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN.
IF ANYONE ON THIS FORUM NEEDS HELP...CRY OUT TO JESUS. JESUS STILL SAVES THOSE THAT ARE LOST.
LIFE IS A PRECIOUS GIFT AND WE SHOULD CHERISH OUR FAMILY AND OUR LOVED ONES. AARON YOU WERE A PRECIOUS 18 YEAR OLD WHO DESERVED TO BE CHERISHED AND LOVED.
REST ASSURED, JESUS LOVES YOU!
MENTAL PROBLEMS ARE A REAL PROBLEM....THERE IS HELP AVAILABLE. JESUS IS ALWAYS AVAILABLE TOO!
wondering

Marion, OH

#14 Aug 12, 2010
i have a question mr TRUTH u seem to be so well informed and preaching, why didnt u offer a hand to help? i dont know aaron but ive dealt with a suicide this yrear and i really hate to hear this, yes suicidial people do give crys out for help but where were u when he did this? and as for his family, how many times did he tell them he was gonna do it or runaway or whatever? u can only emotionally destroy a family so far for someone throwing the good book around u sure are passing judgement, whether it was self inflicted it was a loss to his family, and as mother i am sure his mother cared and loved him more than you will ever imagine, back off, this is terrible this town needs a resource for people with these problems, please pray for this family and aaron, i hope he took god into his heart before this happened but he was a child of god, ill be praying for the williams,
randy

United States

#15 Aug 12, 2010
no one was is the woods but aaron no one can say what happened,but GOD was with him and aaron could of called out to him before he passed,yes people need to get on there knees and cryout to the lord because are time could be up at any time.as for his family until you have raised a troubled child you should not judge.i knew him and you could look at him and tell he had problems but i could blame myself i did'nt give him a home or pray enough or talk to him about GOD,so lets not blame anyone.and hope he made it to heaven.so please let him rest in peace and only talk about the good in him and his family.r.i.p aaron you will be missed.
sad

AOL

#16 Aug 12, 2010
aaron we love n miss you so much
payback

Columbus, OH

#17 Aug 12, 2010
TRUTH wrote:
CONDOLENCES WILL BE OFFERED IN THE LAKE OF FIRE!
WE CAN LEARN FROM THAT OR AT LEAST SOMEONE WILL.
NO BLAME, JUST THE SAD TRUTH AND REALITY THAT IT CAN BE EXPLAINED AND LIFE SHOULD BE ABOUT THE ABUNDANCE OF GOD'S LOVE AND NOT ABOUT THE THINGS OF THIS WORLD THAT DO NOT MATTER.
ALL THAT MATTERS IS JESUS AND SPREADING THE GOSPEL, SO THAT OTHERS MAY BE SAVED. AARON NEEDED JESUS, THE SON OF THE LIVING GOD!
NOW NO MORE BLAME CAN BE PLACED UPON AARON.
THE TRUTH WILL SET YOU FREE AND THE TRUTH HURTS SOMETIMES. IN THIS CASE, THE TRUTH WILL HURT FOR A LIFETIME FOR SOME WHILE AARON'S LIFETIME HAS UNFORTUNATELY COME TO A SAD END.
CALL IT A LEARNING EXPERIENCE IF YOU WILL, BUT THE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN FOR AARON HAS COME TO AN END. I WOULD HAVE THOUGHT THAT OTHERS WOULD HAVE LEARNED A LONG LONG TIME AGO.
ALL HE EVER WANTED WAS TO BE ACCEPTED, LOVED, TREATED EQUAL, AND TO BE RESPECTED. NO ONE ENDS THEIR OWN LIFE IF THEY HAVE SELF-WORTH. A LITTLE LOVE WOULD HAVE GIVEN HIM THAT.
AARON...YOU WERE LOVED BY SOME AND UNDERSTOOD BY SOME. YOU WILL BE MISSED AND WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN.
IF ANYONE ON THIS FORUM NEEDS HELP...CRY OUT TO JESUS. JESUS STILL SAVES THOSE THAT ARE LOST.
LIFE IS A PRECIOUS GIFT AND WE SHOULD CHERISH OUR FAMILY AND OUR LOVED ONES. AARON YOU WERE A PRECIOUS 18 YEAR OLD WHO DESERVED TO BE CHERISHED AND LOVED.
REST ASSURED, JESUS LOVES YOU!
MENTAL PROBLEMS ARE A REAL PROBLEM....THERE IS HELP AVAILABLE. JESUS IS ALWAYS AVAILABLE TOO!
I have never read anything so low and mean spirited as this crap, you hide behind the bible to spread hate. You hide behind a computer to hurt, if you truly are God fearing you will reap what you have sowed.
Tia Graham

Lucasville, OH

#18 Aug 12, 2010
I know ALOT of people loved him and we all miss him! I wasn't trying to spread false negative rumors. I was putting what I had herd, I'm sorry. I love Aaron he was a good friend to my brother for years and to our family.
So Sad

Ashburn, VA

#19 Aug 12, 2010
It's hard to sit here and think about Aaron and not cry.As a parent I feel for his mother what she is going through.She probably isn't sleeping either and probably crying alot more than me.She is probably rethinking every thing she ever said done or even thought and MOST likely she is mentally destroying herself. Because in situations like this you always think of everything you have done.So people shouldn't want to bring her down or judge her because believe me she is most likely already doing it.
Tammy Griffith

Minford, OH

#20 Aug 13, 2010
This forum is an outlet for ppl to say mean and nasty things without posting their names. I posted my name and want to say that right now we need to just wrap this family up in our arms, embrace them, do what we can for them. They have lost a son, a brother, a friend. Everyone that knew Aaron or his family needs to bond together and help each other get through this. In hindsight everything is always 20/20, u see what you should have done, could have done. What has happended has happened, if anyone knew this was going to happen, everyone would have done everything they could to prevent it. This is not the time to play the blame game or the viscious ppl that say terrible mean things need to just stop just think if this were your child. As a mother I cannot fathom what Marsha is going through, have a heart do what you can do to bring her comfort. I know he was loved by his family and this is an unimaginably tortuous time for this family without all the nasty and negative remarks on this site. Instead of all the negativity, offer your help, send them a card that says they are being thought of. Joel, I love you, you know I do. I am here for you whenever you need me, whatever time it doesnt matter. Whatever I can do for your family, I am here. Love and prayers to all of the Williams family.

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