I met Spencer about 3 years ago when we both got a job at FedEx. He became a real close friend real quick. We realized how much we had in common from syfy to the real world like the military. Especially when it came to star wars. We had plans to see all the new star wars movies together while also planning on going to the new star wars theme park. Even though i wont be able to do these things with him anymore i am just so happy to have met him and been able to discuss and plan these things with him. He will be missed, my prayers are with his family.
"Death is a natural part of life. Rejoice for those around you who transform into the Force. Mourn them do not. Miss them do not. Attachment leads to jealously. The shadow of greed, that is.”
- Master Yoda
Spencer... We graduated High School together then both left for the Marine Corps. I'll remember your dedication to preparing for boot camp as we took runs together. We ran into each other a few years back and swapped great stories! Rest easy my friend and USMC brother. Many blessings to you and your Family!
I only had the privilege to work with Spencer for 2 years but we worked side by side every day and he was a truly wonderful person. He was funny and witty. He always had a smart comeback for anything you tried to through at him. He was one of the hardest workers I've ever seen and I'll still remember the few arguments with him trying to get him to take a rest when his blood sugar was low. He never wanted to stop. He would always come into work at FedEx after getting 2 hours of sleep after his other job and school. He was a good friend and ill miss him alot. I hope now he can finally rest and catch up inn all that sleep he was missing out on.
Working with Spencer gave me a lot of confidence to make key decisions in my life. Spencer is one of the reasons my life is going as well as it is. He advised me on going to college, and was one of the few people I could tell actually wanted me to succeed. Rest easy, friend.
My heart goes out to Gary, Myong, and family; I am so sorry for your loss. I remember Spencer as a rather shy but dedicated member of my orchestras at Bellingham High School. He very much enjoyed playing concerts and touring with the groups, and was always willing to help when needed. Rest In Peace, Spencer.