December 2, 2005 ~ February 1, 2021
Liam's Live Streamed Funeral Service can be viewed below shortly before his service on Saturday: If you can not view the embedded Live Stream please click the below link: https://vimeo.com/event/674907 Liam Garrett Medd, 15, Fargo passed away Monday, February 1, 2021 at his home. Liam was born on December 2, 2005 in Scottsdale, Arizona. He made his home in Fargo, North Dakota with his parents Todd and Elizabeth and his sister, Selma “Smalls.” He attended Davies High School where he excelled in academics, sports and band, he was so proud to be a Davies Eagle. He had many passions in his life. He was an active member in Boy Scouts where he was a past senior patrol leader and had attained the rank of Life Scout, only one step below the Eagle Rank. One of his greatest goals was to eventually become an Eagle Scout. He was active in Football, Baseball and Trap Shooting. He found solace in the outdoors through camping, hiking, hunting and fishing and truly enjoyed summer days at Lake Metigoshe. He spent so much time with his closest friends and was always available when a buddy needed him. He was recently confirmed at Gethsemane Episcopal Cathedral and loved his church family. Some of his favorite times were spent at the Johnson Family Farm Deer Camp in Rugby, North Dakota and he looked forward to the stories and comradery found around the dinner table and out in the field with close friends and family each year. He was an amazing big brother who always found time to help, guide and play with his little sister, no matter the request. He was a friend to many and was always an advocate for those in need and would go out of his way to make someone smile. Liam lived a full life in a short period of time, and he inspired and touched the hearts of so many. He was a true servant leader. Liam lived his life without fear and was never one to shy away from any experience or activity. Liam is survived by his parents, Elizabeth and Todd Medd, Fargo, ND; sister, Selma “Smalls”; grandparents, Edward “Big Kiss” and Molly Barry, Scottsdale, AZ and Barry and Karen Medd, Grand Forks, ND; uncle, Michael and Alicia Barry, Gilbert, AZ; aunts, Sara Medd, Grand Forks, ND and Laura and Troy Conner, Grand Forks, ND; cousins, Hayden Conner, Nickolas Coakley and Savannah Barry and many great-aunts and uncles, cousins and friends. In lieu of flowers, memorials preferred to the Fargo Davies Football Turf Fund and/or the Northern Lights Council of the Boy Scouts of America and/or Fargo Youth Baseball all in Liam’s name. To send a memorial donation, please click the link below: Liam Garrett Medd Memorial https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=4xttp9 Should you ever find yourself in need of someone to talk to, please reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1 800-273-TALK (8255) or text TALK to 741741 Liam's Video Tribute can be viewed below:
So sorry to hear about Liam. I know Liam, Blake, and Easton through baseball and they have always been kind, polite, and fun-loving kids. They always seemed like peas in a pod – always together and always having fun. Nothing can ease the pain of this loss, but I know that he left a wonderful impression on everyone he came into contact with, whether for a short time or his whole life. Prayers to you all as you go through this devastating time. Liam, you were a wonderful young man.
Our daughter Bergen might have been in Selma’s class last year; regardless, they know each other. Bergen and I prayed tonight for Jesus to comfort all of you. We are heartbroken for you all and just so, so sorry.
Todd and Elizabeth.
My heart breaks for you.
Lots of prayers and tears for you and your family.
Please let me know if there is anything that I can do for you.
Thinking of you all during this time…..may you feel us all holding you close to our hearts. Many were blessed to have known Liam and have him touch their lives. You will be in our thoughts and prayers in the weeks to come.
Todd, Elizabeth & Selma,
I am blessed for having known Liam. I am thinking of you and praying for you all to be able to find peace of heart and mind during this time. If you need anything please don’t hesitate to ask.
liam was such a great person, i remember in middle school my friends and i would always run up to him telling him our friend had a crush on him. i was also football manager 8th grade year and we would always talk on the side lines, he was such a great person i’m gonna miss him so much. i wish i would’ve known he was struggling so i could’ve helped him. may his soul rest in peace.
liam was always so fun to be around. He was always so funny and a great person to talk to. I remember this time in 8th grade when we where watching IT together and we got so scared that we couldn’t even finish it. Or in are drama class when we didn’t know the script so we just improvised the whole time and made everything up. There are so many memories that I had with him and will never forget them.
Our entire family is so sorry for your loss. Holden looked up to Liam in Boy Scouts and enjoyed spending time with him during the various scouting activities. Such a wonderful young man and an amazing family. Our hearts go out to you during this time.
Todd and Family,
Please know that Kasie and I will be praying for you and your whole family. Liam was a fellow scout and the losing a member of the Scouting family will always strike hard. Please let Kasie or I know if there is anything we can do for you.
I never personally knew Liam, but I send my deepest condolences to your family. I know you’ve probably heard a million empty “I’m here for you’s” and “i’m so sorrys.” I know it doesn’t help fix the situation. Nothing will fix it. I empathize for you. I lost my best friend to suicide two months ago. It’s going to be really hard, but you just have to keep pushing. Surround yourself with family and friends. It makes things easier. Please know that you are so strong and you will get through this no matter how much it seems like you won’t. I’m so sorry about your son. Reach out if you need anything.
Todd, Elizabeth, & Selma,
My heart is breaking for you in the midst of this tragic experience. I’m honored to have had the opportunity to know Liam and have only the fondest memories of him as a Centennial student. He was such a pleasant and respectful boy, who always had the time to share a smile with you. Though soft spoken, Liam was the student I could always count on when needing his help. Liam was the type of student I felt most proud about sending on to middle school. He was a friend to so many students at Centennial, and I’m confident that his friendships only grew stronger once he entered the halls and classrooms at Discovery. Know that Liam and all of you are in my prayers daily. I pray that our gracious God lays his healing hands upon the three of you and gives you the comfort necessary throughout the days and years to come. Liam was a blessing to so many individuals in so many positive ways. We will miss him but will always cherish the positive memories we have of him.
Dear Todd and Elizabeth,
Our thoughts and many prayers go out to Liam and the family. Wishing you peace in the days ahead and loving memories to hold forever in your hearts.
Todd, Elizabeth & Selma, Our hearts ache for you. We are so very sorry Liam was called to heaven so soon. We pray the Lord will comfort and guide you during this tragic time. We send lots of love, prayers and hugs.
Hi,, I haven’t seen Liam since the 6th grade but I’d just like to say I’m so sorry about what happened,, he had reached out to me a couple months ago and he seemed so happy and I was so happy to speak to him he was an amazing person and he had so much ahead of him,, once again,, I’m very sorry.
I am very sorry to hear about the loss of Liam. I’ve known him since the third grade and he was such a great friend. I am so thankful that we became friends and I was able to bond with him over the years. I especially enjoyed playing football with him and just hanging out during summer break. I remember the first time I met Liam, it was the first day of third grade. I didn’t know many people in the class because I was fairly new to the school. He came right up to me and we started talking, which really showed a lot of courage. After that we started talking everyday and I made a new friend that I am so very thankful for. I miss him dearly and your family is in my thoughts and prayers! Garrett Winjum
I always think of Liam with a smile. We had many years of fun in GT at Centennial Elementary. May our memories keep him close in our hearts.
Liam was one of my best friends for as long as I can remember. Elementary school was when we started to play sports and talk more and more. We stayed close through middle school hanging out in the summer, playing the sports we both loved. This past summer I had some amazing memories with Liam, going to tropical sno, playing baseball and so much more. Liam always had a bright light even in the darkest of times.Liam will be missed by everyone and I am very sad to see him go.
Dear Todd, Elizabeth, & Selma:
Words cannot express how sorry I am that you lost such a beautiful soul as Liam. It’s rare to meet an entire family where each member encapsulates such kindness, generosity, bravery, selflessness, and light. You are all truly beautiful people, and you have my deepest condolences that you have to deal with such a devastating loss. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you need anything.
Wishing you peace,
Justin and I are so very sorry for your loss. Elizbeth, Todd, and Selma, you’re in our thoughts and our prayers.
Todd and Elizabeth, I’m so grateful for having Liam in my life. He is such and amazing young man. The leadership he showed is second to none. Some of my greatest memories with him was our trip to devils lake fishing when he convinced me that it would be OK to listen to Eminem and that he got to listen to it with his mom. We proceeded to listen to loose yourself over and over again. I still have the picture of him falling asleep on our way home. I have only known him through Scouts but I know in my heart that he is a eagle. One of our bestest trips we had was at florida sea base last summer. Where Liam got to show off his charm with the ladies at the private island and try countless times to do a back flip on the rope swing. Liam will forever be missed and forever be in my heart ❤. I know he will be looking out for his troop in our adventures. We love you Liam. Until we meet again.
Todd, Liz, Selma and family,
Our hearts are heavy with sadness after hearing of your loss of Liam. A child gone too soon from your life. Your faith, family and friends will support you, hold you and carry you through these days. Know our arms are surrounding you with huge hugs. We are so sorry.
Rod and Janelle
Very shocking.😢 Words are insufficient to express how great of a person Liam was to everyone. He was so kind, funny and overall such a generous person, with a great heart. We always will have the memories to look back on forever and ever, always in our hearts. R.I.P Liam you will be missed by so many people, that love and care about you. Fly high.
Davies High School
Todd and family – I’m so sorry to hear the sad news about your son. I never met Liam, but it sure sounds like he was an amazing guy that will be greatly missed. I’ll be thinking about you and I’m here if you need anything.
We just had the chance to meet Liam and your family last year when he and Brady were on the same 8th grade basketball team. Brady spoke very highly of Liam as a friend and person, saying he’s a nice, positive guy. Brady was happy to continue getting to know Liam this year in a couple classes. Please know you’ve been in our thought and prayers constantly during this unimaginable time. God Bless Liam and may he rest peacefully.
James, Lisa, Brady and Samantha Mitchell
My prayers are with your family. I can’t find the words which I wish to express. If you need anything please let me know. May the lord provide comfort.
So very sorry to hear about your son. It breaks my heart to know young kids are struggling so much right now. I lost my daughter 2 months ago and it never really gets easier, you just learn to get through each day. Take comfort in family and friends, they make a world of difference. Feel free to reach out if you ever want to talk or text. It’s hard to know how hard this is for a parent unless you’ve been though it. Praying for your family. 🙏🏼💓
I didn’t know Liam but my son, Keaton, is a sophomore on the football team and the Davies’ Eagles Football team is a family. Just from reading about him, Liam sounds like he was an amazing kid. Our family is praying for you both and Selma to find some peace amid this tragedy. I know Liam will not soon be forgotten.🦅🏈
I knew liam threw baseball. He always brought a smile to everyone. He was nice and caring and empathetic. He was smart kid too. He was practically the ideal/perfect son/friend/student/athlete. He is everything you would want in a human being. I wish I knew he was hurting I would’ve reached out to him. Liam will be missed very much and I will miss him. To anyone reading this please reach out if you are hurting you don’t have to do it yourself. Rest in Peace Liam.
I have fond memories of Liam when he was so young in 2nd grade. He was such a sweet, thoughtful, and inquisitive boy, as well as a leader to his peers. My heart breaks for your family. You are in my prayers. May his love be forever in your hearts. Blessed be his memory.
Liam was one of my best freinds so it was very hard to hear about the loss of him. Liam was such a great kid and made everyone happy and he was a star athlete there was not one sport he could not do. This passing of Liam hit me really hard because he was like a brother to me and my freind group he was apart of our squad and he was the one that made everyone laugh and he was the one who was kept us in shape and always checked on us if we needed anything. I give all my payers out to Liams family and if they need anything we will help them through this terrible loss. Rest in piece Liam Ik your in a better place❤️
Medd family know that we are thinking of you and wishing you find peace and strength in you family, friends, and the lives of countless others that Liam touched in some way, shape, or form.
Todd, and Elizabeth
I have known Liam since 6th, but got to know him so well this last year and this year. Liam and I FaceTimed at night a couple of times and I miss those days. I liked Liam so much. We always walked each other to classes talk all day even text in class how bored we were. I miss the days with him in classes especially band he always made me laugh and smile. I’m very sorry for your loss.
Liam was my student at Centennial Elementary in art. He was a wonderful kid… just like his awesome sister. He was happy and his excitement was contagious to his friends. He was a friend to everyone. It was an honor to teach him. Your Centennial family is here for you.
Hello Elizabeth and Todd,
I never knew your son or knew your family. I went to school with Liam but I am in 10th grade. I am so hurt for all of you I can’t begin to imagine how this horrible tragedy affected and will affect all of you. Nobody ever deserves to go through anything like this. I would never wish it even on my worst enemy. I have been where your son was. You never honestly think about how many people you will detrimentally hurt. In your mind all you want to do is end the pain. I can’t speak for your son but hearing about how much of a wonderful person he was and still is. I think he didn’t mean to hurt you or anyone else. That he loves you and misses you deeply. Mental health takes control of you as a person and when it gets extremely bad you can’t stop listening to the demons. You always need to remember that he’s always there right next to you wherever you go. It may not be his physical self but his soul will always be with you. He’s no longer in pain he is with god. My sister will look out for him up there I promise you. Someday you will meet again. Never lose hope. He is always and will forever be in your heart.
Todd and Elizabeth,
We have shared tears knowing of your loss this week. We have recanted the memories of football and the boys trips to the Diary Queen during the summer months. Please know you are all in our thoughts and prayers
Todd and family, I am so sorry for your loss.
I remember i was one of his best friends when we were so young about ten years old at the ymca this is heartbreaking to hear my prayers go out to all of his family lots of love
Liam was always a very funny and happy guy to be around, he never made anyone feel left out and you could always talk to him. I remember in 5th grade at Centennial I was Selmas buddy and every time we would see Liam she would run up and give him a hug and then she would come back to me and tell me how she loved him so much. So it wasn’t a surprise he was a great friend and brother. Liam will be missed dearly, but i’m lucky to be able to have known him and been able to be his friend. Rest easy Liam💛
Todd, Elizabeth, and Selma – We love you and are thinking of you and Liam every minute. Liam was so sweet, smart, funny, and kind, and we are better for the time we had with him.
my deepest condolences go to your family.
i was never personally close with liam, but i can still say that he had an impact on me. he was a wonderful person and was known by many. i have nothing but good words to say about your son; you raised him gorgeously. he will forever have a place residing in my heart, and i personally will never forget about him. he will be honored, and liam medd will never just be a statistic. he had so much life in so little time.
I had the chance to meet Liam a couple years ago at my dad’s Christmas work party. He was so sweet and funny. We sat outside on a balcony in downtown Fargo while it was snowing and just talked the whole night. I can’t say I knew him very well but what I do know for sure is that he was a kindhearted boy. I will forever remember that night and I am so sorry for your loss. I pray that he finds peace. Fly high Liam.🤍
Grief is never a fun mindset to be in, but once your there, time feels still, silent, except everyone around you is able to move and hear and voice their thoughts. In second grade, Easton Ebeling introduced me to Liam. Liam and I were never too close, but we had each other’s backs, Liam Easton and I. Everything I do now seems to be in thought of Liam. He was such a great friend to anyone he was around. Liam has to be the most outgoing person I know. He would never rest until he could make someone smile. I am sending my prayers to the Medd family, and Ebeling family, as welll as anyone who knew Liam, a person who lived a complicated yet fulfilling life. This was God’s plan, although His plan may not always be most liked by us, Liam is happy, living without mental illness up in Heaven. Liam fought many battles, that even I am not aware of, and this time, he lost. Which is perfectly okay, because he will come back anew, refreshed, and ready to try life again. Liam is loved by so many people including myself. I will offer myself to help anyone that is struggling. Please reach out, people do care, you are not alone, we will get through this and remember Liam together. Again, sending my prayers your way.💜
I have known Liam since about 6th grade. I remember sitting by him in math class and him always saying the funniest things that would make my day. Or when he beat me 17-1 in badminton easily every time in gym class and we would just joke about how “good” I was at it. Liam was such a great kid and will be missed so much by many, but will be remembered forever
Fly high Liam
I am so very sorry for this terrible loss. Prayers are with you and all of your family.
Elizabeth and Todd,
Know that your community is wrapping its arms around you now and in the future. Liam’s light is being felt by so many. We are here for you and praying for you all now and in the days, months and years to come.
To the entire Medd family: Susanne and I wish you peace in the knowledge that Liam lived a very full and meaningful life, a life that touched so many others in such positive ways. Our prayers are with you.
Elizabeth and Todd, I personally, along with your HKS friends, extend our prayers and thoughts to you and your family. We did not know Liam, but knowing you and reading his obituary, it is clear he was a wonderful young man full of purpose and engaged in life’s opportunities.
Our condolences for this tragic loss.
Tom Harvey and HKS friends.
Our hearts are broken for you and your extended family. We love you and we are here to help with anything you need.
He was such a sweet kid to our boys. As our oldest noted, “Even though Liam was better than me at Minecraft, he had a good heart”.
I am so incredibly sorry for your loss. I, too, lost my son in the same manner. I know your pain, and I pray for strength for you and Liam’s friends and family. If u ever need to talk, don’t hesitate to contact me. I started raising awareness soon after this happened with my precious son, Spencer.
Also, thank you for bringing to light info on Suicide awareness and prevention. Most people don’t talk about it, and more people need to! It’s not shameful. It’s the last symptom of depression. Anxiety. Thank you!
Todd and Elizabeth,
Liam was truly a great young man. I was one of his coaches at Davies and while I did not work directly with him a lot, the short amount of time I did have with him was wonderful as he was an excellent player and was always willing to do what was best for the team. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers, and Liam will always be apart of the Davies Eagles football family.
To my family. All I can do is send you love, hugs and prayers. I love you all. Rest In Peace Liam, you were an amazing young man.
To the family of Liam,
I am so sorry for your loss. It is so hard to wrap your head around any of this. Please know that you all are in my prayers.. May you find peace and comfort during this difficult time.
Your Grand Forks YMCA Family sends prayers and hugs to all of you. So sorry for your loss.
Dear Todd, Elizabeth and Selma,
There is such a deep sadness for your loss. When I reflect back on having Liam in 4th grade, I can’t imagine what it would have been like without him. His joy, commitment, compassion, all added to the value of creating a generation that gives one hope. A teacher couldn’t have asked for more. And, I want to thank you for sharing him with me, he made me a better person and caused me to dig deep to expose gifts and possibilities that each student possessed. There are many things I remember about Liam, but I want to share the most endearing. When Liam had after school activities, he would leave his homework in the classroom and come get it around 3:50. I was always there, and he would say to me, “Have a good day”, and I would say laughingly , “Thanks, don’t’ forget to do you homework” and he would say “Yep” and the last thing I would see going out the door was his little hand of encouragement waving a goodbye. See you tomorrow echoed down the hall.
I pray that your loss can be surrounded by loving friends, and joy will be restored to your heart.
With deepest sympathy,
I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Your family will be in my thoughts, and I send my deepest condolences.
To the family. My heart goes out to you with this loss. I did not know you son but I have a son the same age. I looked at his picture and read the obituary and got a sense of how amazing he is. It brought tears to my eyes. What a great young man! Our family prayers are with you.
Todd and Elizabeth, while we didn’t know Liam, it is clear over the past week that an awful lot of people did and he was loved and held in very high regard. We hope that this community of family, friends, and coworkers can offer a level of support and love to help you through this dark time. Please know that we are thinking of you constantly and wish (like so many others) that we could somehow do more. Love and support. – the Liebergs
barry,karen Medd family,
I have not the word’s for all of you.I have silent prayer’s,and a connection to losing a beautiful young man at age 15.My heart’s deepest prayer’s are for all of you.When i pray about my brother Tim,your sweet grandson will be in the same thought’s.we can talk sometime when i can carry a conversation.
Love to all
We are struggling to find words to express how deeply sad we feel for you after this terrible tragedy. The loss of Liam has profoundly touched everyone in the JLG family; so many of us got to know him well through his frequent visits to the Fargo office. He was a beautiful soul-kind, gentle and always considerate to others. We know nothing we can say will ease the pain you are suffering. But we wanted to let you know we care and are thinking of you and Selma, and hoping you can find some solace in knowing how much Liam was loved and admired.
My deepest sympathies to the Medd family. I did not know Liam but a relative of mine, Jamie H. was a friend of Liam’s. I lost my brother to suicide and the pain is beyond words as I am sure you know. I grieve for you as well as all of Liam’s friends. May God give you strength as you walk this journey.
We moved next door last March, at the begening of the Pandemic. While isolated one of our greatest joys was watch Liam and his sister play in their yard. Liam was very athletic playing basketball and kick a ball around the yard with his sister. The few times I talked to Liam he was very respectful and well spoken. The last time I saw them outside Liam and his sister made a large snowman, both my wife and I loved it. If you need anything from us please don’t hesitate to ask.
Liam was an amazing friend and student. He was always there for whoever needed him. Liam seemed to make people smile and laugh. Liam was so smart. He was very good at playing the trumpet in band and was excellent at playing football in school. Every day since I found out Liam passed away, I haven’t felt myself. I miss him every day.
Maya Angelou once said” I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel”. And it’s clear from the many posts here that Liam made a lasting mark on how HE made people feel. He leaves a legacy of kindness and caring for others.
Prayers and love to you all! Todd and Elizabeth we are so sorry to hear about Liam. Kenyon and Liam were such good little friends at a young age and Kenyon still remembers being in the sane class and have play dates with Liam. I know for sure they still would be now as well. Watching the video they had so many of the same interests and almost dressed identical. We are continually praying for you all! I’m so sorry but you you have so much love coming your way! It was a privilege to have known Liam.
Liam was a great friend to me and to so many others. He always had a smile on his face and always making jokes. He would always make sure you were ok and helped everyone. I remember in 8th grade when he would come to my locker and take a silly picture because he saw my phone out and wanted to photo bomb. I can’t even imagine what the Medd family is feeling right now. Your whole family is in my prayers. I wish I would’ve known how he felt because it could’ve been a whole different situation. Fly high Liam ❤️
Todd, Liz and Selma,
I will never forget Liam sweet voice and face and loving adorable personality he had when I met him at the age of three. He was a little piece of sunshine and heaven in all our lives. He made such a strong impression on me even though I hadn’t seen him in all these years all grown up. I can see what a beautiful, caring and amazing young man he had become through these pictures. Sending you all so much love and prayers during this unbelievably hard time and loss. We are all here for you whatever and whenever you need.
Our heart breaks for the Barry & Medd families for their loss of a wonderful teenager. He was loved by many! I enjoyed watching him grow into a caring, intelligent, funny & loving teenager. Liam May your soul Rest In Peace!
Gerry & Maria Salomone
I met Liam when he was a month old baby. Liz would bring him into the office and he would sleep mostly peacefully while Todd, Liz and I were working away on the weekends or afterhours. At the time I didn’t know much about kids or how to handle them but watching Liam grow up into a sweet and fun toddler, I learned a lot about kids and Liam in particular. He conquered my heart and we developed a friendship that crossed the big age difference between us…
After Todd, Liz and Liam moved to North Dakota, I didn’t get to see him as often but Todd kept me posted of his accomplishments and Liam picked up right where he left off in Utah. He found his new home and conquered a lot more hearts and and even more friendships. I always hoped that Todd would bring him back for the University of Utah football game so that we could convince him that the University of Utah is the best school (out of all other schools and football teams his big family had affiliations with).. And while Liam didn’t get a chance to attend Utah, NDSU, ASU or Arizona University, he made an impact on many lives in all three of those States and touched the lives of many. We will miss him dearly and cherish his memories forever…
I remember first meeting Liam at the YMCA during elementary. We were never close during that time because of the age-gap, me being a few years older. He was always nice and friendly whenever I got teased for being “weird,” and i’ll never forget. I also have been battling through depression and anxiety, it’s never fun. You’re always battling with those demons, their voices can completely consume you and all you want is for them to stop. Looking back, I wish I had gotten closer with him. He was one of the sweetest people i’ve ever met and had a beautiful soul that will always live on. I wish I could go back those years and give him the biggest hug and tell him that he’s not alone. My heart has been broken ever since I heard the news, I can’t imagine what you guys are going through. My family and I offer you our deepest condolences, i’ll never stop praying for all of you. He will always be loved, and remembered for life. I hope he’s in a better place where he will always be happy, i’ll forever miss him.
Todd and Elizabeth,
I am so sorry to hear this sad news… My heart breaks for you guys…
I think about you guys often and the good times we had at HKS in Salt Lake City.
You are both such wonderful people.
My prayers are sure with you at this hard time…
I hope you know how much you are loved and admired and respected.
I had the pleasure of getting to know Liam at his Orthodontic Office. He was always a kind, respectful kid who I always enjoyed visiting with. I was completely shocked to hear of his passing. He will be greatly missed.
Words cannot express the sorry and heartache that is felt for you. Lean on the supporting arms of Jesus Christ. He will uphold you with His righteous right hand. If there is anything I can do please let me know. Just know that you are all in my prayers.
I am so sorry for the loss of Liam. He was such a great person. He always had a smile on his face and never failed to make others laugh. He was in a few classes of mine, and was always such an enjoyable person to be around. In 8th grade I would talk to him in the cafeteria in the morning all the time. He was such a genuine and nice guy. We all miss him, and Liam and all of his family are in my prayers.
Dear Meed Family, I am so sorry for the loss of your Liam. I wish strength and solace for you, your extended family and many friends of your son and brother as you endure this tragedy. I offer you my sympathy in spirit and if you may ever need it if we cross paths.
We wish we could be with you today to help you carry this unimaginable burden, but I know you are surrounded by all those who love Liam. He will continue to live on in our family stories and memories. Much love to you Todd, Liz and Selma.
hope you, Todd and Elizabeth, will recover
We are all heartbroken by the passing of Liam! May God bless his soul and comfort his family.
Rob and Nancy Odney
Ross and I wish we could be with you today. We are with you in spirit. God has his arms wrapped around you. 🙏🙏🙏
We love you Liz, Todd and Selma
I just learned of this news this morning and so blessed to be able to view his service live. Liam was such a gift of God and in His arms again. Elizabeth and Todd, our sorrow is with you and our faith is in God to be beside you through this time and all the days to come.
Love to you and your family. We are so sorry.
Sharisse and Garett
I’m so sorry for your loss
I’m so sorry for your loss. I can’t imagine the pain that you are going through. My heart is broken. I’m sending prayers.
Liam will always be missed. His leadership, kindness and loving heart extends to so many. Even though I personally did not enjoy his presence and personal relationship I can say thru my dear loving friend Barry Medd I am saddened and tearful for your loss. Remember always he is in heaven and has touched so many lives.
Wishing the Medd family hope and peace through this difficult time.
Elizabeth, Todd, Selma and family,
My condolences for the loss of Liam. The service today was a wonderful tribute to Liam’s life. He has touched so many lives for the better and will live on in you for all the rest of your days. Please know I will be praying for peace, comfort and strength for your family during this difficult time. May God bless you all and keep you in his arms forever!
Todd, Elizabeth and Selma,
We are so shocked and saddened to hear about Liam. We always enjoyed talking to him from our seats behind you at Bison games. It was fun watching him grow up from season to season. Thinking of and praying for all of you at this difficult time.
Todd, Lisa & Selma,
Our hearts go out to you. We are sending you our prayers. It is wonderful to see the outpouring of love & support you all have from your community. Sending positive energy and thoughts your way.
AJ, Karla & Alice
I am so so sorry to hear about Liam’s passing. He was such an amazing person, and always made people smile. I will always remember him, and how he always found a way to make a situation better. Rest easy Liam, you were loved and will be missed by so many💗
It was a pleasure and honor to have taught Liam. My sincere condolences to Liam’s family.
To the Medd family. I am so sorry for your loss , from Karen Evans, Molly Barry’s cousin.
My heart breaks for the loss of your son. Sending love and strength.
Todd and Family, I am so very sorry for the loss of your son. I will be thinking of you and praying for your family.
So sorry for your loss, my condolences to family and friends.
I don’t know this young man but I read your story in the newspaper. My son turns 15 this week and plays football and baseball, too. I sincerely thank you for sharing Liam’s sorry and bringing awareness to devastating disease. May the love that surpasses all understanding comfort all who loved Liam in this unimaginable time and the days ahead. I am so sorry.
Sincere Sympathy to the Medd family…..Liam sounds like a wonderful fella…..hopefully he has helped someone else through this journey….God’s Blessings to all of you!! Dan was in Jaycees with Grandpa Barry.
Dan and Colleen
Barry and Karen, Todd, Elizabeth, and Selma: We are so very sorry for your loss of Liam. It sounds like he inherited leadership skills and a healthy sense of humor from his grandpa and his empathic and caring attitude toward friends and acquaintances like his grandma. We pray for strength and peace for your family.
Sue St John, Lance Kennedy, Erika Kennedy
I am so sorry for your Loss.I did not know Liam.my granddaughter did and has told us how wonderful your young man was.He has touched the lives of many friends around him.May he rest in peace and he will always shine upon you.our hearts are with all of the Middle family.
Todd, Elizabeth, and Selma,
So sorry for the loss of your son and big brother. But, as difficult as this time is for you, I believe that one day you will be happily rejoined with him. Until then, I hope and pray each of you will find comfort in the good memories and your time spent with Liam. The separation is hard and I pray for comfort for you and the family and friends.
My first year as a paraeducator at Discovery Middle School, I had 4 SpEd students in two 7th grade general ed classes in which Liam happened to be as well. My students liked him so much. He was kind and helpful to them in the class and would take time to say hello to them in the hallway. I was never his teacher or coach, he never knew who I was but I noticed him and how he treated others. There are certain young people who have this light, this unforgettable spirit that soars and lifts others along with him. Thank you Liam, for being the kind of young person that every parent hopes their son or daughter will be.
Karen, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your grandson. Condolences to you and your family. God Bless, Penne Bassingthwaite
Nowhere can be seen how liam left us. is this important? for some among us it is. It is hard to bring forth a boy that had a whole life to go. For myself I wished it was me in stead of liam, but we have no choice in that. I mourn for you liam. It should have been me on 7 mai 2021 by brainstroke.