Funeral of Ohio School Shooting Victim Daniel Parmertor Will Be at 9AM on Saturday.
Let’s make sure that Daniel’s family can mourn him in peace and quiet, without the incessant and nonsensical blathering of the Westboro cult, who have said that they will be at the funeral on Saturday.
Here’s the address of the funeral for the blog followers of mine who live in Ohio for you to pay your respects and possibly counter-protest the Westboro protest on Saturday (via Cleveland.com):
Daniel, 16, who died Monday, will be buried Saturday. Demetrius, 16, who died Tuesday, will be buried March 6.
Calling hours for Daniel will be from noon to 8 p.m. Friday at Monreal Funeral Home, 34500 Curtis Boulevard, Eastlake.
According to the obituary information posted on the funeral home website, Daniel, “enjoyed Xbox, skiing, computers, and wing night at Cleats with his friends. Danny also loved spending time with his family.”
People can sign an online guest book at monrealfuneralhome.com.
In addition to his parents, Daniel is survived by his brother Dominic and sister Jenna, as well as grandparents, a great-grandmother, aunts, uncles and cousins.
Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at The Church of St. Mary, 401 North St., Chardon.
Demetrius, was known as “D,” according to information provided by Burr Funeral Home. He was interested in body building, listening to music and volunteering at the Habitat for Humanity Resale Shop in Newbury.
His family, who has sought privacy, donated his organs through Lifebanc, a Northeast Ohio agency that matches organs, eyes and tissue with patients awaiting transplants.
He is survived by his parents, Phyllis and Tim Ferguson and his biological father Tim Hewlin, brother Philip Carter, sister Hannah Ferguson, as well as grandparents and cousins.
Calling hours for Demetrius will be from 3 to 7 p.m. Monday at Burr Funeral Home, 116 South St., Chardon. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday, also at St. Mary’s Catholic church.
People can sign a memory book at burrservice.com
His family asks that people light a candle for Demetrius on March 8, his birthday.
Let’s help these families mourn the losses of their loved ones in peace, without the onslaught of insanity that the Westboro idiots would bring!