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Pages in  Will's World for you to visit:

Memorial Home

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William's Life and Photo Gallery

Early Years
Teen Years
The Crime
Epilogue

William's Room

William's Interests,  Links, and Artwork

Poetry
Artwork

William's Memorials

Information on Some of the Other Memorials Dedicated To William's Memory
(Come See the Daylily)

News Reports

Text of the News Stories Surrounding William's Murder and the Trials.

Bereavement and Grief

An Extensive List of Links and Information
on Sites Useful to Grieving Teens and Adults

Contents
Victim Rights
Grief and Family Support
Organizations Related To Gun Violence
Bulletin Boards and Chats
Bibliography

Memorial Scholarship Information

Information on the Memorial Scholarship Funds

Other Memorial Sites

Links to Other Memorial Sites on the Web.  You May Submit Your Own Memorial Site To Your Loved One Here, As Well

Bill's Scribblings

Published and Unpublished Articles Written by Me   Regarding My Own Grief and Sense of Loss. 

Contents
Editorials
Talks and Writings
Selected Newsgroup Posts
Journal Entries
Letters

Two Short Fictions

A "Letter of Demonic Advice" in the style of C. S. Lewis' The Screwtape Letters
regarding the loss of a child and a short story I'd like to believe could come true.


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Information on our book.

WBJ Press
Online Bibliography

More Resources and Materials for Bereaved Families

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The William Jenkins Memorial Website,
With Links and Resources for the Bereaved

William Benjamin Jenkins
Sept. 16, 1980 - Aug. 12, 1997

William Jenkins was 16 years old
when he was murdered during the course of a robbery
at his place of employment on
August 12, 1997, a victim of irresponsible
and criminal use of an illegally obtained handgun.
He was on his second day of work at his first "real" job.
William was a friend to everyone, and loved by many.
As a father, I can truly say that
he had the makings of a brilliant artist, was an
accomplished musician, was profoundly kind
and deeply spiritual, and he was
not only my beloved son, but he was my best friend.
He will be truly missed.

I would like to take a moment and share
some of his story with you.

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Now cracks a noble heart. Good night sweet prince,
And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest. Hamlet V,
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