Dear Friends, this is the hardest thing I ever had to write in my life.
On Sunday, July 6th we lost our son Jeremy Wainland 30 years old. Many
of you had done business with Jeremy while he was with me, many of you had spoken with him several times, many of you had met him through music tours and so manyof you had gotten to know him and had become his friend. Whether it was business you ended up speaking about or sports including fantasy football or just life, he cared about all of you.
My husband and my heart are very heavy at this time. We buried Jeremy
yesterday and over 200 people showed up for his send off. He had also
followed a group called the Disco Biscuits. There are hundreds of e-mails
and pictures on how he effected their lives. Jeremy had just come back
from PERU with his dad where they started a monster of a business. PERU
crys for him - PERU, David and I are dedicated to bringing his dream home. For
those who wish to make this happen with us we welcome you, for those who
knew him personally we say how lucky you were,for those who never met him
you would have loved him, for those of you who started to know him you at
least had that chance of a beginning relationship.
Jeremy leaves a fiancee Kira and child Skylar. His engagement party was to
be the 9th of August and his wedding March 7th. We have set up a fund for
his 7 month old baby Skylar . We ask in lieu of baskets, or anything you
might have thought to send whatever it is you can give for Jeremy's baby you
can send to:
Sklar T. Pladl c/o Lisbeth and Mark Schnurman
12331 Bradford Landing Way
Glen Allen, Va. 23059.
I know there are no words you can say to us at this time, however to his
business friends grasp that moment that affected you the most about Jeremy
and keep it with you, for those who never met him in person when you have a
drink next time, toast Jeremy, he would have wanted that. I now close
with a very heavy and sad heart. We are proud to call Jeremy our son and will
always love him, he will never be forgotten. For him we will be back to
work next week, for his dream we will bring it all the way home. With many
feelings, his mommy and daddy, Jamie and David Wainland