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J.B. Williams
November 3, 1990 - January 2, 2004

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By: Mary Gardom Jan 4, 2012
I am not sure if anyone still reads this page, but I found it while searching to see if I could find the words to the "I Finished Early" poem. The young man in the football uniform is Brandon Fails, a former student of mine. He died thanksgiving week of his freshman year at Texas A & M, where he was a starter on the football team.

The poem was written for Brandon by Dr. Gregory Spencer, a funeral director in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Brandon was always doing something to help others, and the poem is so descriptive of him. He did a lifetime of good in the short time he was here on earth.

I imagine the same can be said of your loved one since this poem was sent to you all.

Dr. Spencer was murdered a few years ago by a man he was trying to help get his life back on track.
By: Sharene Carr Jan 7, 2004
Calvin, Kathleen & Kimberley,

My heart goes out to you. Nothing I do or say can make the pain go away, but know that if you need ANYTHING, I'm here. I remember so well the pain of losing someone early in life. And, I know how much it meant to know people cared and were there for me. We love you all very much.

Chip Hinds, the Southwestern District Overseer for the Church, sent the following poem to us when Eva died. I thought you might enjoy reading through it.


I had a lot to do.

More than some of you.

But yet you wonder why I rest.

I finished early.

I started on time,

Even though the choice was mine.

And I put in a full days work.

But I finished early.

I thought at first the road was long.

But I just asked the Lord to keep me strong.

And step by step I ran the race.

I just finished early.

I'm not a quitter my friend.

I keep on fighting to the end.

And the only thing I can say is

I just finished early.

But the measure of man's mind,

And not my God's own time,

Do some of you look at the years.

I just finished early.

But with God it counts not at all

How long, how brief, how great, how small.

But He looks for a ready heart.

Even if you finish early.

Author Unknown

Furnished to Chip Hinds by Belton Sweet.

Belton Sweet, while at Leander High School, saw

this beside the picture of a young man (in his football

uniform). Author Unknown.
By: Marita Bazrowx Jan 7, 2004
Calvin, Kathleen and Kimberly:

I am so sorry for your loss. I can't imagine the pain you are going through. I only knew J.B. through his sweet smiles and his requests for snacks as I assisted with the concession stand at the retreat. That smile will forever be in my memories.

You are on our hearts and in our prayers.

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