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    1. Keiffer P. Wilhelm December 22, 2011 at 12:00 am

      To this day I am still saddened by his death, a death that never should have happened. Thank you Keiffer for serving our country. You will never be forgotten.
      Rest in Peace.
      Semper Fidelis
      A Proud Marine Mom
      Norwalk Ohio

    2. Keiffer P. Wilhelm May 14, 2011 at 12:00 am

      Dear Pvt. Keiffer P. Wilhelm”s family:
      Your loss is so heartbreaking, and my only hope is that this will open light on those in the Army who hurt their own. That this will never ever happen again. My heart is with you.

    3. Keiffer P. Wilhelm May 16, 2010 at 12:00 am

      My fallen brother you will be sorely missed we all should have came back safe!
      My condolences go to Wilhelm’s family and friends!

      R.I.P. My Bother
      Pfc. SEF

    4. Keiffer P. Wilhelm April 7, 2010 at 12:00 am

      he was in my unit i wish i would have gotten to know him…there is a special place for those NCO’s who caused this i wont say where on here.. but god bless you and your family.. i hope that he has not passed in vein may changes to the army come out of this…

    5. Keiffer P. Wilhelm January 18, 2010 at 12:00 am

      I am extremely sorry for your loss. *Zanesville, Ohio

    6. Keiffer P. Wilhelm September 4, 2009 at 12:00 am

      To this young Soldier’s family and friends…my heart goes out to you for this loss. The details regarding young Keiffer’s death are abhorent.

      He is at peace now.

      God bless your family…

    7. Keiffer P Wilhelm August 27, 2009 at 12:00 am

      You will be in my prayers. May you rest in peace. Love Always,
      The Scherer Family

    8. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 26, 2009 at 12:00 am

      My sincere condolances to the Wilhelm family. Any soldier killed is one less american hero in my opinion. I feel that each and every person who volunteers to join the service in defense of our contry deserves 110 percent of our support. I do not believe in the old beliefs that in order to make a good solider you have to ride them till they break.

      I have two children in the Army. No mater how hard they try the are not able to make PT. Our family tends to look less heavy than they are. They have heavy muscle or wahtever.

      If our dedicated and decorated soldiers work and really try to be the best they can be, why do we ride them and label them as unfit soldiers?

      My most sincere condolances to the Wilhelm family. May God bless you all in light of this horrable tragedy.

    9. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 26, 2009 at 12:00 am

      May God hold you in the palm of his hands and shine his everlasting light upon you Pvt Keiffer P. Wilhelm.

      My sincere & heartfelt condolences to the family & friends.

    10. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 25, 2009 at 12:00 am

      Dear family Keiffer – How I feel for you all and how I will be lifting you up and praying that you can face each day knowing that Keiffer’s life and death is not in vain. Somehow, somewhere, his and your story will prevent anothe son or daughter and family from being tormented like this. I lost my brother who was older but he is still alive in my heart and soul. I think of it without even trying as I live here in Texas and he lives in another place….state?…heaven….where there is no pain. I even visit with him from time to time and tell him that I’ll see him soon. And in the scheme of a lifetime or eternity, I know this to be true. He may be taken away from you phsycially, but he is still very much alive in your heart and your soul….and you likewise are there with him. A brother is different than a son though….and I cannot even imagine your pain after being so hopeful for him to find his place as a young man. I just pray that you will be strong and that you are surrounded by loving arms and kindred spirits and that somehow each day is a a little better until you come to that place in your journey where you know that you will be united again. Keiffer’s life was not in vain. His story has touched me as I too have a son that doesn’t quite fit in and struggles with it all….Know that people are praying for you.

    11. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 24, 2009 at 12:00 am

      May you rest in peace and your attackers be brought to justice!!

      For your family I am sorry for your lose my prayers and blessing go to you

      A Proud Army Wife

    12. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 24, 2009 at 12:00 am

      May you rest in peace Private Wilhelm. Jesus will meet you with love and compasion. God bless your family with the same.

    13. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 24, 2009 at 12:00 am

      How sad that this fine young man’s life ended so tragically. My heart is broken for the Keiffer’s family as their life will never be the same. May you find comfort in you memories and peace in our Lord Jesus. God’s grace be with you.

    14. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 22, 2009 at 12:00 am

      Thank you Pvt. Keiffer Wilhelm for your service to us all.
      May God wrap his loving arms around the Wilhelm family and hold them so gently but firmly letting them know that they are assured grace, peace and love. He Will see you through this tragic loss caused as a result of his fellow soldiers selfish, evil actions.
      GOD WILL HOLD THEM ALL ACCOUNTABLE.

      TO THE FAMILY: I know your loss of this precious child is Deeper than Tears but
      GOD PROMISES MERCY:
      When a person reacts positively to tragedy–that’s a miracle. Psalm 23 concludes with the glorious line: “Surely goodness, and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life.” That’s god’s way of saying that life will often be filled with goodness, but that even when God’s goodness cannot be seen, his mercy can be experienced! In the midst of tears, heartbreak, enormous loss, and terrible sorrow, suddenly a sweet mood, like a gentle kiss, will touch your wounded heart. That experience is called “MERCY”. It comes as an expression of God’s Love.
      The good news is that God promises “MERCY” adequate enough to meet any tragedy.
      Love and Peace to you all:
      Proud Army mother of US Army Iraq veteran.

    15. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 21, 2009 at 12:00 am

      RIP. I hope that you are in a better place.

    16. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 21, 2009 at 12:00 am

      What a tragic loss to his family and our country. May God be with you Keiffer and your family and may time heal the us all. Thank you for your service.

    17. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 21, 2009 at 12:00 am

      God bless you and your family, Private Keiffer P. Wilhelm. Thank you for fighting for us, you will be missed.

    18. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 21, 2009 at 12:00 am

      To the family and friends of Private Keiffer P. Wilhelm, I am so sorry for your loss. It is very unfortunate that those who were supposed to have guide him and helped to protect his life, pushed him in to taking his own. I want you to know that I am an ordinary citizen, who may not agree with everything that our government tells our soldiers to do, however I support them 110%. They are doing a very honorable thing serving our great country. Which I can’t say for too many other types of jobs. I think it is terrible that some in our country have forgotten what our country was built on hardwork, honor and most importantly FREEDOM, and yes that includes FREEDOM of speech and religous beliefs. Have we as a country forgotten why we wanted to become America the land of the free and the home of the brave? Everything our relatives who migrated here risking their lives is slowly becoming more and more like the places that they chose to leave behind for a better life here in the US. It’s time to take a stand before it’s to late. What happened to our willingness to work hard. And as for the four men responsible, if found to be so, may they live the rest of their lives in shame and behind bars.
      Sincerely,
      K. Bascom
      US citizen

    19. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 21, 2009 at 12:00 am

      I’m so sorry for the loss. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time.

    20. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 21, 2009 at 12:00 am

      No one should have to endure what you did Pvt. Wilhelm. Soldiers should be brothers in arms and stick up for one another and not drag each other down. Rest in peace and may God be with your family to find peace in your passing.

    21. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 21, 2009 at 12:00 am

      God bless you Private Keiffer P. Wilhelm and your family. So sad to read the story of how this fine person was be treated by some of his fellow American Solders that led to this tragedy. May you rest in peace and thank you for your service to this Country.

    22. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 21, 2009 at 12:00 am

      I am sorry to hear of your family’s loss. It’s sad that other military personnel would do this to one of their own. May God bless Keiffer and his family and may peace eventually be found for his family, friends, and loved ones.

    23. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 21, 2009 at 12:00 am

      How tragic. So sorry for your loss. May this be a lesson for others to treat people with kindness and respect. May God grant this family strength during this terrible time. May God grant Keiffer comfort and peace as he struggled with horrific events. God Bless all who knew and loved him.

    24. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 16, 2009 at 12:00 am

      We will miss you so much Keiffer! Your hearty hugs and laughs!

    25. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 16, 2009 at 12:00 am

      Thank you for serving our country you are a American Hero

    26. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 16, 2009 at 12:00 am

      May God be with you, Pvt. Wilhelm.
      “…and when he gets to Heaven, to St. Peter he will tell: ‘Another soldier reporting, sir. I’ve done my time in hell.'”

    27. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 13, 2009 at 12:00 am

      I hope we all find strength to cope with this, Kieff will always be loved

    28. Keiffer P. Wilhelm August 6, 2009 at 12:00 am

      May the grace of God, the love of Jesus, and the peace of the Holy Spirit be with you and your family forever.

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