Wellman, Oliver

Oliver Wellman

Deceased: July 29, 2013

Service Information:

Memorial Visitation: Thursday, August 1, 2013 5pm until
Memorial Service: following at 8pm
Officiating: Pastor David G. Abrahamson
Interment: Private

Obituary

Oliver Wellman, 3 years old,
Born, Feb. 17, 2010
Died, July 29, 2013

Loving son of Jeffery and Amy Wellman
and brother of the late Alexander Wellman

Memorial visitation Aug. 1st Thursday
from 5:00 pm until memorial service following at 8:00 pm
at Lakeview Funeral Home

In lieu of flowers memorial to
The Laurie Children's Hospital
Att; Kevin Braden
225 E Chicago Ave. Box 4
Chicago, Il. 60611, appreciated.

Messages

August 3, 2013

Hello Ė

I know you do not know me very well as Iím George Christensonís fiancť and met you for the very first time at Oliverís wake. I just wanted to let you know that we are both thinking of you all and so incredibly sad for the loss of your boys. I cannot imagine what you are feeling at this point. I left the wake wanting to give you both more hugs and wish there was something humanly possible to say to comfort both of you. Iím sitting here at work and you all are on my mind and just wanted to send you a note to let you know that we are thinking of you both and hope you find solitude and peace deep within yourselves and know that your boys are ok, in loving hands and you will get through this Ė slowly, but surely. You all will be in my prayers constantly and will be thinking of you.

My sincerest sympathies,

Qynn McHugh

August 8, 2013

For the Wellman Family:

Mr. and Mrs. Wellman. I wanted you to know how deeply saddened I was to learn of Oliver's passing. I had come to know him through the cute stories that my daughter Amy (Oliver's daytime nurse) shared with me. I know Amy loved him very much.

I am sure that Oliver has told his brother about what wonderful parents you both were. It is my belief that children with special needs are given only to those who have the strength and the love to care for them.

Please know that you both and Oliver will be in my thoughts and prayers.

Sandra Simon