Condolence: We wanted to share our condolences with Wilmer’s family. It is never easy to have to say goodbye to a loved one. The pain of loss can be unbearable. Our Creator promises us that one day this pain will be just a memory. That beautiful promise can be found at Revelation 21:3,4. Our pain and suffering will be a thing of the past, and we can cry tears of joy as we welcome back the ones that we love so much. We hope you find comfort in those promises.
Condolence: My sympathies and thoughts go out to your family. I knew Wilmer through my time at ft3, in the Calgary office. All of my conversations by phone and in person, when I had the chance to visit the Winnipeg office, were genuinely enjoyable, clever and funny, as well as informative and thoughtful. I'm glad to have known him, and I'm so sorry for your loss.
Condolence: My deepest sympathies, Elenore. I am so saddened for you and your family. I will always remember Wilmer's great, unique sense of humour and his smile! Your love, passion and respect for each other was beautiful to see. Sending up prayers for much comfort as only God can give. With love, Bev
Condolence: Goodbye, Wilmer... see you again somewhere, some time, OK?
I am happy to be your cousin, even if we grew up on opposite sides of the world, and even if I've only seen you a handful of times in later adulthood. Thanks for the deep philosophical discussions we had "back in the day," and for the "architectural eye" you brought to the design of Solace House.
Sending love and light to Elenore and the girls...
Condolence: I am so sorry. I have many memories of hanging out with both Wilmer and Elenore in high school and working with Wilmer building houses. I am in Winnipeg for other reasons and hoped to be at the funeral, but that will not be possible. Elenore, I am holding you in the midst of the deep pain.