Wesley Shontz Obituary, car accident reportedly killed one

Wesley Shontz Death, Obituary – Wesley Shontz has sadly passed away unexpectedly at the age of 18 following a car accident with loved ones, family and the entire community left heartbroken and in grievance, according to a GoFundMe. “Wesley Shontz had just been alive for 18 years when he passed away, and it was with a heavy heart and a sense of disbelief that we had to tell his loved ones that he had passed away.

Wesley was traveling on Friday morning (12/16) when he became involved in a collision with another car early in the morning. The incident occurred early in the morning. In spite of the fact that there is new information available, it is my opinion that at this time we ought to talk about the fantastic guy that Wes was and share some tales about him.

I believe that this would be a good use of our time. He had a big personality, was excellent at making other people laugh, could dance and sing well, and was an overall delight to be around. Additionally, he was skilled on the guitar. Everyone who had the opportunity to engage in conversation with him was fortunate to do so because, regardless of the setting, he was able to provide happiness and affection to people who were in his immediate vicinity at all times.

While he was a student at Buckeye Trail High School, where he was also a member of the school’s track and cross country teams, he was well-liked and had a large group of friends. In addition to this, he was a fantastic friend to everyone, and he would take part in any activity that would allow him to spend time with the people he cared about the most.

He was a wonderful friend to everyone. We would like to organize a campaign for the purpose of raising money to defray the cost of any and all fees that may be incurred as a direct result of this circumstance. While they are going through this dreadful ordeal, the family, which includes the parents, will get all of the money that is donated through the gofundme website. I am grateful.

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