Grant Schnelle / Jeff Walker GoFundMe Information
Friday, November 02, 2018
This past month Local 601 lost two of our members in tragic accidents.
The families have set up GoFundMe pages. Please see below for more information if you are interested in donating.
Grant G Schnelle
On the morning of Wednesday, October 17th, the most kind and loving husband and father, lost his life in an automobile accident on his way to work. At the age of 32, Grant G. Schnelle left behind the two most precious people in his life, his wife, Colleen, and their 2 year old son, Graham. Grant worked every single day to show his little family how much he loved and cared for them.
We are raising money to put into and Edvest 529 College fund for Graham to ensure that funds are never a reason for him to not follow his dreams. With 16 years to grow, tax free, any amount will make a huge difference.
One can only imagine the huge smile that Grant would have knowing his family is being cared for.
On behalf of Colleen and Grant’s families, thank you.
In support of our fellow colleague & friend Jeff Walker, we are raising money to assist his family with the unexpected costs associated with their tragic loss.
Jeff was a dedicated worker. He was a member of Local 601. Jeff worked as a commercial/industrial service technician with many years of HVAC experience. He was always eager to share his expertise and skills with others.
Jeff will be remembered for his always-pleasant personality and infectious smile. Jeff was a wonderful person to work with and always had a great attitude - and we will all miss that Southern drawl.
We lost Jeff on Friday, October 12, 2018 due to a tragic industrial accident. Jeff leaves behind his wife Lynn, and children Justin, Alex and Jill, along with a host of family and friends.
We ask for your help during this difficult time. No donation is too small. All donations will be received by Jeff's family to offset expenses. We would like to thank everyone for their support and kind words. Our thoughts and prayers are with Jeff’s family at this difficult time.