Jacob Wood Obituary, Death – I am writing this letter to you with a heavy heart to inform you that one of our fellow employees, Jacob Wood, passed away not too long ago. Please accept my condolences for your loss. Jacob came to work for us as a result of a program that has been in operation since the previous academic year and is designed to ease the transition for students from school to the employment. However, in a relatively short length of time, he transformed into an outgoing, vivacious, and conscientious young man. When he first approached us, he was an introverted and shy individual; however, he has since grown into an outgoing, vivacious, and conscientious young man.
Jacob had an attitude that made it easy for him to get along with other people, and he had a smile that was infectious and had the power to make a room look brighter. Both of these qualities contributed to the fact that Jacob had a lot of friends. He had a prosperous life ahead of him with several opportunities waiting for him, but he passed away much too soon before he could take advantage of any of it before he was stolen from us. He had a great life ahead of him with countless opportunities just waiting for him to take use of them. We ask that you keep his family and everyone who works at Bronsons in your thoughts and prayers during this trying time in order to assist us in getting through this challenging period.
We are doing all effort possible to overcome this challenge. We are looking into organizing a benefit event to assist his family in paying some of the costs associated with the funeral; in the meanwhile, any donations can be donated to Dakota Community Bank. We are looking into creating a benefit event to assist his family in paying some of the costs associated with the funeral. We are discussing the possibility of holding a benefit event in order to assist his family in defraying some of the expenses associated with the funeral. Best wishes to you and your family. It turned out to be Theresa Lindstrom. That would be me, Melissa.”