Deb Stewart Williams
Dear Fetter Family,
I did not know Josh Fetter or anyone in your family. I found his obituary while looking for the arrangements for my cousin who passed on January 10. I felt compelled to send this message of condolence to you, because his story touched my heart. At 3 o’clock this morning, unable to sleep after reading about Josh, I sat outside in my memorial garden, made for my mother and father-in-law, and cried over his passing. I prayed for your family, for healing from the loss of your child, your future husband, your brother, nephew, cousin, friend. There are really no words of comfort that I or any one else can give you, but I wanted you to know that I will never forget him, even though I never knew or met him. Thank you for the raising such a fine young man, who not knowing me, still went off to serve his country so I could sit in my garden at 3am and cry. He fought for my freedom, and I appreciate it, and thank him for it. I am so sorry for your loss, so sorry that the unselfish act of serving his country, was such a burden for him. God bless you all, you remain in my prayers, for you have all made one of the greatest sacrifices, the loss of a beloved family member and friend, who although he did not die in combat on the battlefield, was still to me a true hero.
Saturday January 20, 2018 at 3:27 pm