James' car

On the 4th of July, in 1998, our nightmare began... and the tears started and have not stopped.

After the funeral, my husband drove us to go see James' car
To see this crumpled mess of steel, the shattered glass, and the inside of this metal nightmare, stained with my 24 yr old son's precious blood, is a horror that no words can describe. 

I believe  an inadequate underride
saftey rail on the semi caused James'
death....and thousands of others also
die a violent death just like this.





Learn about how  I believe the death of James and hundreds of others every year could have been prevented.

                                      IMPACT PROJECT....Fighting Against the Underride Tragedy


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Will someone you love  be its next victim?



This is the front and the back of James' gravestone. My 5 yr. old grand daughter, Brittany, remembered that James had collected rocks, so she found some that she thought he would like and placed them at the base of his gravestone
David Christopher, James' older brother, visits his brother's grave.
One last look goodbye


Brittany was unaware this picture was being taken
She misses her Uncle James


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More Pages  about James Wier

 In Memory of 
James Matthew Wier
Tears (Car & Cemetery)   Just Beyond Your Touch   God's Masterpiece
Never    To Remember Me About Lisa 
(James' Mother)

 Do You Really Want to Understand   The Invitation Elephant in the Room   Butt prints in the Sand
Life's Weaving    Death is Nothing At All We Give Them Back To You I Only Wanted You
Eternal Ink   The Other Side of the Door  When Tomorrow Starts Without Me   Don't Grieve
Now in Gods garden

Bits of Wisdom  The Power of Forgiveness   The Gift of True Friends 

Funshine Pages
When God Created Fathers   When I'm an Old Lady

Memorials to Other Friends 
Herold D Lawson Donor Mom's site

Helpful Resources  on Grief
Helpful Links About Grief  Coping With Death
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