r.i.p wes crase
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friend

West Union, OH

#1 Jul 20, 2012
r.i.p buddy
brittany

Hillsdale, MI

#2 Jul 20, 2012
i can remember us singing in the church youth group like 10 yrs ago. so sorry u went so soon and left behind a son. may u rest in peace and watch over ur son. we love and miss u wes
user

Vandalia, OH

#3 Jul 21, 2012
Man hated to hear about this. Wes was always a funny good natured guy. What happened, does anyone know?
Becky

Cincinnati, OH

#4 Jul 22, 2012
user wrote:
Man hated to hear about this. Wes was always a funny good natured guy. What happened, does anyone know?
He had an overdose.
friend

United States

#5 Jul 22, 2012
Does anyone know anything about funeral arrangements?
hog farmer
#6 Jul 22, 2012
friend wrote:
Does anyone know anything about funeral arrangements?
Lafferty Funeral home in WU is handling things so I was told by a very good source. The family can use all the $$$ help we can give them lets not let Wes down send him off right!!!!!!
Mitch

Cleveland, OH

#7 Jul 23, 2012
hog farmer wrote:
<quoted text> Lafferty Funeral home in WU is handling things so I was told by a very good source. The family can use all the $$$ help we can give them lets not let Wes down send him off right!!!!!!
Send him off right???
You gotta be kidding. He was a stupid drug user. Good riddance. Glad he's dead and no longer abusing the "system".
hog farmer
#8 Jul 23, 2012
Mitch wrote:
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Send him off right???
You gotta be kidding. He was a stupid drug user. Good riddance. Glad he's dead and no longer abusing the "system".
Mitch I didnt know him at all but I wish I had .I am old enough to be his dad have sons his age and he was one troubled human. Maybe you should have tried to help him with his demons instead of being so cold hearted. No parent wants to find out their child made the wrong choice and is using drugs I truly hope you dont have a child and live what his parents are living right now . It is called hell on earth to lose a child. I know first hand.
Mitch

Cleveland, OH

#9 Jul 23, 2012
hog farmer wrote:
<quoted text> Mitch I didnt know him at all but I wish I had .I am old enough to be his dad have sons his age and he was one troubled human. Maybe you should have tried to help him with his demons instead of being so cold hearted. No parent wants to find out their child made the wrong choice and is using drugs I truly hope you dont have a child and live what his parents are living right now . It is called hell on earth to lose a child. I know first hand.
You are a dope. I feel no sympathy for his family. The guy was a loser. He made his choices. He died by them. Here's a noble thought- don't buy drugs, don't do drugs, don't over dose. Works for me.
hog farmer
#10 Jul 23, 2012
Mitch wrote:
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You are a dope. I feel no sympathy for his family. The guy was a loser. He made his choices. He died by them. Here's a noble thought- don't buy drugs, don't do drugs, don't over dose. Works for me.
You are a sad excuse for a human. Your noble tought leaves out one majjor thing peer pressure I can tell you are young and a know it all. But someday life will feed you one good dose of karma. So this dope with his life experiences will still alway care for the younger generations.
Mitch

Cleveland, OH

#11 Jul 23, 2012
hog farmer wrote:
<quoted text> You are a sad excuse for a human. Your noble tought leaves out one majjor thing peer pressure I can tell you are young and a know it all. But someday life will feed you one good dose of karma. So this dope with his life experiences will still alway care for the younger generations.
No moron, I'm not a " young know it all". I'm 42 years old. I love how you lazy hilljacks always talk about 'karma'. I suppose you also think successful people "just got lucky". No, idiot, we sacrificed both time and money to become who we are.

Peer pressure?? Are you freaking kidding me? He was a grown man, not an adolescent who should be succumbing to peer pressure. Keep making excuses for bad choices and selfishness. Keep feeling sorry for pathetic adults who overdose and leave their loved ones behind.
hog farmer
#12 Jul 23, 2012
Mitch wrote:
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No moron, I'm not a " young know it all". I'm 42 years old. I love how you lazy hilljacks always talk about 'karma'. I suppose you also think successful people "just got lucky". No, idiot, we sacrificed both time and money to become who we are.
Peer pressure?? Are you freaking kidding me? He was a grown man, not an adolescent who should be succumbing to peer pressure. Keep making excuses for bad choices and selfishness. Keep feeling sorry for pathetic adults who overdose and leave their loved ones behind.
First off jerk I am not hilljack. I retired to this part of ohio. I am 56yrs old retired my son runs business that I built from the ground up no help from anyone. I put myself through college and that includes getting my masters degree. I will bet Wes didnt start the drugs as an adult or that is what I have been told. The main fact now we have a five year old boy with no father .
friend

West Union, OH

#13 Jul 23, 2012
wes's visitation is tomorrow at Lafferty's Funeral Home in West Union at 11 am and the funeral immediately follows at 1
hog farmer
#14 Jul 23, 2012
friend wrote:
wes's visitation is tomorrow at Lafferty's Funeral Home in West Union at 11 am and the funeral immediately follows at 1
Friend better double check I am 99% sure it is on Thursday not tomorrow
Caped_Crusader

Manchester, OH

#15 Jul 23, 2012
hog farmer wrote:
<quoted text> First off jerk I am not hilljack. I retired to this part of ohio. I am 56yrs old retired my son runs business that I built from the ground up no help from anyone. I put myself through college and that includes getting my masters degree. I will bet Wes didnt start the drugs as an adult or that is what I have been told. The main fact now we have a five year old boy with no father .
That boy didn't have a father to begin with. He was being raised by his grandparents.
hog farmer
#16 Jul 23, 2012
Caped_Crusader wrote:
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That boy didn't have a father to begin with. He was being raised by his grandparents.
That is sad and now his son doesnt have a father.God has his reasons we ask not why but try to help thoses left behind.
Mitch

Cleveland, OH

#17 Jul 24, 2012
hog farmer wrote:
<quoted text> That is sad and now his son doesnt have a father.God has his reasons we ask not why but try to help thoses left behind.
Great parenting all around.
mt orab resident
#18 Jul 24, 2012
Mitch wrote:
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Great parenting all around.
not at all but all we can pray for is someone who is decent has morals and good values will come into this 5yr old childs life and save him from the life his father had. I know nothing about his mother can only hope she is not a drug head too.
Christina

United States

#19 Jul 24, 2012
Seriously, if you don't know someone who the hell are you to be on here talking shit about him? Yeah, he made some decisions that weren't right. But you have never made a bad decision right? Because unless you have never once made a bad decision you have absolutely no right talking about someone got what they deserved... honestly, you feel like when someone makes a bad decision they deserve to die? What kind of fucked up shit is that? Really? I guess there is always someone who feels like they need to run their mouth about even something as terrible as this. Honestly its sad that you are grown and trash talking someone you didn't even know like that. It's kinda expected from kids.... but really.. wow.
Mitch

Cleveland, OH

#20 Jul 25, 2012
Christina wrote:
Seriously, if you don't know someone who the hell are you to be on here talking shit about him? Yeah, he made some decisions that weren't right. But you have never made a bad decision right? Because unless you have never once made a bad decision you have absolutely no right talking about someone got what they deserved... honestly, you feel like when someone makes a bad decision they deserve to die? What kind of fucked up shit is that? Really? I guess there is always someone who feels like they need to run their mouth about even something as terrible as this. Honestly its sad that you are grown and trash talking someone you didn't even know like that. It's kinda expected from kids.... but really.. wow.
Bad decision, eh? Well, yes I guess I've made a few, like using cheap shampoo as opposed to the more expensive organic brand. Just didn't seem to rinse as well. Or the time I purchased Folgers coffee already ground. Just not as good as grinding your own coffee beans.
Oh well, I guess we all have to live with our mistakes...er...or DIE by them...ha, ha,....get it...he's dead...oh, nevermind.

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