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Deena Wojtkowski
Deena Wojtkowski
Dear Stingley Family, We continue to think of you daily. Corey's love of life is so important for all of us to remember. I recall talking to my son when you were in the depths of decison making and carrying a heavy heart. Dylan stated that Corey many times would state things like "I want to be rembered for . . . . ." So please continue to be strong, understand that there is a bigger reason that Corey is no longer with us. At least I do not understand right now. In time we all may known, but its a struggle to think about what his purpose was. With our faith we know there is a reason, even if it is not clear right now. We love him and pray for each of his wonderful family members every day who are lost without him more than many of us will ever know. Our loss seems great, cant imagine what yours is. We continue to pray for you and hope that you continue to have great strength. We continue to appreciate the personal pain that  you have shared with each of us over this time. God Bless the Stingley Family and God Bless Corey our angel. The Wojtkowski's  
Holly Wasechek
Holly Wasechek
Dear Stingley Family, I had the privilege to know Corey by co working with him at Arby’s, and I see what a blessing Corey was in your life and life around others. I also see how Corey, was blessed with a family who knows the Lord. That is a great encouragement and blessing to others as well. Having faith in God and knowing God’s grace is a gift and holding on to Him it is precious in God’s sight and to those around you. It’s amazing how you are forgiving you are glorifying Him. Jesus said on the cross, “Father forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing”. This verse has a profound impact in my life and help my the healed in every way. Demonstrating the love of God has powerful effect and peace may be a testimony of God’s grace in your life of faith and blessing to those around you. I have wanted to give you a card for a while in letting you know your are in my thoughts and prayers. I was worried about how this had an effect on you all, but I read your posts. I am truly touch by your forgiveness towards the men who did this and Faith in the Lord. Pray justice maybe served and God will take care of it all. Just letting you are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Wishing you peace and comfort that surpasses all understanding, Hope in complete healing and Faith in seeing God work through. Through all this it reminds us everyday is a gift from God and His grace upon us all. May you feel God’s comfort and grace all around. God is our refuge and strength! “May The Lord bless you, and keep you; The Lord make His face shine on you, And be gracious to you; The Lord lift up His countenance upon you, And give you peace." Amen! (Numbers 6:22) Peace be with you in the Lord, Holly Wasechek
therese kroll
therese kroll
Dear Stingley Family, My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.  No parent should ever have to bury a child.  I know Corey is with God and continues to shine with the heavenly chorus of angels! This entire situation is unspeakable, I will always remember Corey's quick wit and wonderful smile.  I am so blessed to have known him.  Corey's memory will always be tucked away in my heart.  Rest well, and keep shining.  God Bless You, Therese Kroll   P.S The other day at Lincoln Intermediate they play the entire "Buttercup" song over the announcements and I immediately thought of you and the fun you had singing that oddie but cool song!  Your family sang it for you and you heard it, there is no doubt that you were jammin' in heaven along with them.    
Deena Wojtkowski
Deena Wojtkowski
Reaching out to the entire Stingley family to let you know that my family is still praying for each of you. We pray that you are finding a way to move on and yet continue to put Corey and his wonderful self in the forefront of all your thoughts and daily activities. May God continue to keep you strong and help all of us move forward in a way that would make Corey proud of what he has left behind in each of our memories. May God continue to bless you . . . .  
Deena Wojtkowski
Deena Wojtkowski
Good Evening to the Stingey family. My family and I continue to pray for  each of  you everyday. We continue to think about the loss of Corey and  what we feel about him in our hearts, we still cannot imagine what you are going through. What we do feel is our loss, the little piece of life we were in Corey's story. Dylan more than any of us. But still we each have great memories stepping over Corey and the boys sleeping on our living room floor, in the bedroom or somewhere we needed to step lightly. . . .so many times . . . . Thank you again for allowing us into your familys grief and mourning, it has allowed us undeniable respect for all of you I (we) may have been more selfish if it happend to one of us , I really dont kno we would hope we could react the same way you did . . we find your openess to each of us outsiders as quite outstanding. . . . you have provided us strenght more than you will ever know. . .  we will stay in touch . . .. God Bless you. . . the Wojtkowski's
stephanie collins
stephanie collins
Mr. Stingley and the entire Stingley family, You are one heck of a strong family, and I am so glad that I was able to make a personal connection with you at Corey's service.  I am inspired by your grace in this situation and your continued faith.  Forgiveness is the only way to be free from the anger you and those who loved Corey would so rightly feel.  I am not sure I would be able to come to an attitude of forgiveness so quickly if I were in your shoes.  Know that you will continue to be in our thoughts and prayers as this journey continues.  Amen to your message and an abundance of Love to your entire family! 
Linda Palmer
Linda Palmer
To the Stingley Family,My heart is breaking for your loss, which is a loss for all of us of a bright, talented young man.  I remember Corey in my third grade class as a lively and happy little guy, always smiling and laughing and well liked by his classmates.  As a family, you were always connected and supportive of your kids, their teachers and the school community, and so appreciated by everyone.  My thoughts and prayers are with you and with Corey.  I know he will be greatly missed by many, many people.Love and Prayers to you--"Ms. Palmer".
Kisonnah Brown
Kisonnah Brown
Hello, my is name is Ms.brown I'm a single parent of a student for west allis schools . My prayer go out 2 u and your family tonight I spoke 2 my 13 yr old son that goes 2 west Milwaukee middle school about this tragedy and he told me mom I heard what happen and its so sad he said the teachers and students was talking about, what had happen So I'm writing u 2 let u know that yr son will never be forgotten because we our bringing weariness may Jesus bless u and your family at this and my family will continue to keep y'all in our p
Deena Wojtkowski
Deena Wojtkowski
Dear Stingley Family, We continue to think of you daily. Corey's love of life is so important for all of us to remember. I recall talking to my son when you were in the depths of decison making and carrying a heavy heart. Dylan stated that Corey many times would state things like "I want to be rembered for . . . . ." So please continue to be strong, understand that there is a bigger reason that Corey is no longer with us. At least I do not understand right now. In time we all may known, but its a struggle to think about what his purpose was. With our faith we know there is a reason, even if it is not clear right now. We love him and pray for each of his wonderful family members every day who are lost without him more than many of us will ever know. Our loss seems great, cant imagine what yours is. We continue to pray for you and hope that you continue to have great strength. We continue to appreciate the personal pain that  you have shared with each of us over this time. God Bless the Stingley Family and God Bless Corey our angel. The Wojtkowski's  
Deena Wojtkowski
Deena Wojtkowski
Reaching out to the entire Stingley family to let you know that my family is still praying for each of you. We pray that you are finding a way to move on and yet continue to put Corey and his wonderful self in the forefront of all your thoughts and daily activities. May God continue to keep you strong and help all of us move forward in a way that would make Corey proud of what he has left behind in each of our memories. May God continue to bless you . . . .  
Kisonnah Brown
Kisonnah Brown
Hello, my is name is Ms.brown I'm a single parent of a student for west allis schools . My prayer go out 2 u and your family tonight I spoke 2 my 13 yr old son that goes 2 west Milwaukee middle school about this tragedy and he told me mom I heard what happen and its so sad he said the teachers and students was talking about, what had happen So I'm writing u 2 let u know that yr son will never be forgotten because we our bringing weariness may Jesus bless u and your family at this and my family will continue to keep y'all in our p
Holly Wasechek
Holly Wasechek
Dear Stingley Family, I had the privilege to know Corey by co working with him at Arby’s, and I see what a blessing Corey was in your life and life around others. I also see how Corey, was blessed with a family who knows the Lord. That is a great encouragement and blessing to others as well. Having faith in God and knowing God’s grace is a gift and holding on to Him it is precious in God’s sight and to those around you. It’s amazing how you are forgiving you are glorifying Him. Jesus said on the cross, “Father forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing”. This verse has a profound impact in my life and help my the healed in every way. Demonstrating the love of God has powerful effect and peace may be a testimony of God’s grace in your life of faith and blessing to those around you. I have wanted to give you a card for a while in letting you know your are in my thoughts and prayers. I was worried about how this had an effect on you all, but I read your posts. I am truly touch by your forgiveness towards the men who did this and Faith in the Lord. Pray justice maybe served and God will take care of it all. Just letting you are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Wishing you peace and comfort that surpasses all understanding, Hope in complete healing and Faith in seeing God work through. Through all this it reminds us everyday is a gift from God and His grace upon us all. May you feel God’s comfort and grace all around. God is our refuge and strength! “May The Lord bless you, and keep you; The Lord make His face shine on you, And be gracious to you; The Lord lift up His countenance upon you, And give you peace." Amen! (Numbers 6:22) Peace be with you in the Lord, Holly Wasechek
therese kroll
therese kroll
Dear Stingley Family, My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.  No parent should ever have to bury a child.  I know Corey is with God and continues to shine with the heavenly chorus of angels! This entire situation is unspeakable, I will always remember Corey's quick wit and wonderful smile.  I am so blessed to have known him.  Corey's memory will always be tucked away in my heart.  Rest well, and keep shining.  God Bless You, Therese Kroll   P.S The other day at Lincoln Intermediate they play the entire "Buttercup" song over the announcements and I immediately thought of you and the fun you had singing that oddie but cool song!  Your family sang it for you and you heard it, there is no doubt that you were jammin' in heaven along with them.    
Deena Wojtkowski
Deena Wojtkowski
Good Evening to the Stingey family. My family and I continue to pray for  each of  you everyday. We continue to think about the loss of Corey and  what we feel about him in our hearts, we still cannot imagine what you are going through. What we do feel is our loss, the little piece of life we were in Corey's story. Dylan more than any of us. But still we each have great memories stepping over Corey and the boys sleeping on our living room floor, in the bedroom or somewhere we needed to step lightly. . . .so many times . . . . Thank you again for allowing us into your familys grief and mourning, it has allowed us undeniable respect for all of you I (we) may have been more selfish if it happend to one of us , I really dont kno we would hope we could react the same way you did . . we find your openess to each of us outsiders as quite outstanding. . . . you have provided us strenght more than you will ever know. . .  we will stay in touch . . .. God Bless you. . . the Wojtkowski's
stephanie collins
stephanie collins
Mr. Stingley and the entire Stingley family, You are one heck of a strong family, and I am so glad that I was able to make a personal connection with you at Corey's service.  I am inspired by your grace in this situation and your continued faith.  Forgiveness is the only way to be free from the anger you and those who loved Corey would so rightly feel.  I am not sure I would be able to come to an attitude of forgiveness so quickly if I were in your shoes.  Know that you will continue to be in our thoughts and prayers as this journey continues.  Amen to your message and an abundance of Love to your entire family! 
Linda Palmer
Linda Palmer
To the Stingley Family,My heart is breaking for your loss, which is a loss for all of us of a bright, talented young man.  I remember Corey in my third grade class as a lively and happy little guy, always smiling and laughing and well liked by his classmates.  As a family, you were always connected and supportive of your kids, their teachers and the school community, and so appreciated by everyone.  My thoughts and prayers are with you and with Corey.  I know he will be greatly missed by many, many people.Love and Prayers to you--"Ms. Palmer".
Linda Palmer
Linda Palmer
To the Stingley Family,My heart is breaking for your loss, which is a loss for all of us of a bright, talented young man.  I remember Corey in my third grade class as a lively and happy little guy, always smiling and laughing and well liked by his classmates.  As a family, you were always connected and supportive of your kids, their teachers and the school community, and so appreciated by everyone.  My thoughts and prayers are with you and with Corey.  I know he will be greatly missed by many, many people.Love and Prayers to you--"Ms. Palmer".
therese kroll
therese kroll
Dear Stingley Family, My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.  No parent should ever have to bury a child.  I know Corey is with God and continues to shine with the heavenly chorus of angels! This entire situation is unspeakable, I will always remember Corey's quick wit and wonderful smile.  I am so blessed to have known him.  Corey's memory will always be tucked away in my heart.  Rest well, and keep shining.  God Bless You, Therese Kroll   P.S The other day at Lincoln Intermediate they play the entire "Buttercup" song over the announcements and I immediately thought of you and the fun you had singing that oddie but cool song!  Your family sang it for you and you heard it, there is no doubt that you were jammin' in heaven along with them.    
stephanie collins
stephanie collins
Mr. Stingley and the entire Stingley family, You are one heck of a strong family, and I am so glad that I was able to make a personal connection with you at Corey's service.  I am inspired by your grace in this situation and your continued faith.  Forgiveness is the only way to be free from the anger you and those who loved Corey would so rightly feel.  I am not sure I would be able to come to an attitude of forgiveness so quickly if I were in your shoes.  Know that you will continue to be in our thoughts and prayers as this journey continues.  Amen to your message and an abundance of Love to your entire family! 
Kisonnah Brown
Kisonnah Brown
Hello, my is name is Ms.brown I'm a single parent of a student for west allis schools . My prayer go out 2 u and your family tonight I spoke 2 my 13 yr old son that goes 2 west Milwaukee middle school about this tragedy and he told me mom I heard what happen and its so sad he said the teachers and students was talking about, what had happen So I'm writing u 2 let u know that yr son will never be forgotten because we our bringing weariness may Jesus bless u and your family at this and my family will continue to keep y'all in our p
Deena Wojtkowski
Deena Wojtkowski
Dear Stingley Family, We continue to think of you daily. Corey's love of life is so important for all of us to remember. I recall talking to my son when you were in the depths of decison making and carrying a heavy heart. Dylan stated that Corey many times would state things like "I want to be rembered for . . . . ." So please continue to be strong, understand that there is a bigger reason that Corey is no longer with us. At least I do not understand right now. In time we all may known, but its a struggle to think about what his purpose was. With our faith we know there is a reason, even if it is not clear right now. We love him and pray for each of his wonderful family members every day who are lost without him more than many of us will ever know. Our loss seems great, cant imagine what yours is. We continue to pray for you and hope that you continue to have great strength. We continue to appreciate the personal pain that  you have shared with each of us over this time. God Bless the Stingley Family and God Bless Corey our angel. The Wojtkowski's  
Holly Wasechek
Holly Wasechek
Dear Stingley Family, I had the privilege to know Corey by co working with him at Arby’s, and I see what a blessing Corey was in your life and life around others. I also see how Corey, was blessed with a family who knows the Lord. That is a great encouragement and blessing to others as well. Having faith in God and knowing God’s grace is a gift and holding on to Him it is precious in God’s sight and to those around you. It’s amazing how you are forgiving you are glorifying Him. Jesus said on the cross, “Father forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing”. This verse has a profound impact in my life and help my the healed in every way. Demonstrating the love of God has powerful effect and peace may be a testimony of God’s grace in your life of faith and blessing to those around you. I have wanted to give you a card for a while in letting you know your are in my thoughts and prayers. I was worried about how this had an effect on you all, but I read your posts. I am truly touch by your forgiveness towards the men who did this and Faith in the Lord. Pray justice maybe served and God will take care of it all. Just letting you are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Wishing you peace and comfort that surpasses all understanding, Hope in complete healing and Faith in seeing God work through. Through all this it reminds us everyday is a gift from God and His grace upon us all. May you feel God’s comfort and grace all around. God is our refuge and strength! “May The Lord bless you, and keep you; The Lord make His face shine on you, And be gracious to you; The Lord lift up His countenance upon you, And give you peace." Amen! (Numbers 6:22) Peace be with you in the Lord, Holly Wasechek
Deena Wojtkowski
Deena Wojtkowski
Reaching out to the entire Stingley family to let you know that my family is still praying for each of you. We pray that you are finding a way to move on and yet continue to put Corey and his wonderful self in the forefront of all your thoughts and daily activities. May God continue to keep you strong and help all of us move forward in a way that would make Corey proud of what he has left behind in each of our memories. May God continue to bless you . . . .  
Deena Wojtkowski
Deena Wojtkowski
Good Evening to the Stingey family. My family and I continue to pray for  each of  you everyday. We continue to think about the loss of Corey and  what we feel about him in our hearts, we still cannot imagine what you are going through. What we do feel is our loss, the little piece of life we were in Corey's story. Dylan more than any of us. But still we each have great memories stepping over Corey and the boys sleeping on our living room floor, in the bedroom or somewhere we needed to step lightly. . . .so many times . . . . Thank you again for allowing us into your familys grief and mourning, it has allowed us undeniable respect for all of you I (we) may have been more selfish if it happend to one of us , I really dont kno we would hope we could react the same way you did . . we find your openess to each of us outsiders as quite outstanding. . . . you have provided us strenght more than you will ever know. . .  we will stay in touch . . .. God Bless you. . . the Wojtkowski's