Wendel Brian Stafford

September 24, 1958July 4, 2018

Wendel Brian Stafford was born on September 24, 1958 and passed away on July 4, 2018.


  • Celebration of Life Sunday, July 8, 2018

Wendel Brian Stafford

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Renee Jenkins

July 8, 2018

Wendel was a gentle soul who was a friend to all he met. His stopping to pray with my husband Terry at the MAC left a lasting memory with him. His appreciation of music introduced me to Kirth Franklin’s: “I Smile” that will always be a reminder of his kindness, big heart and even bigger smile. Prayers to his family.

Ken-Faith-Cephas Harper

July 7, 2018

God's Grace, Love, and Peace , best demonstrates Bro. Wendel's character...alone with the Joy we shared when "Ice Cream" was set before us. Clearly this is where we can say "We Loved the Same Thing". As a brother in Christ, we shared many concerns with each other, and saw each other's family concerns as a moment to pray for each other "intentionally" for the call that the LORD had set before us. As Bro. Wendel, touched (lovingly) the heart of our son who has "special needs", it confirmed to us, that he was Born for such a reason as this also. We are blessed that he was Born, and that the LORD knew, the right time to bring him to the cross+roads of all of our lives that we may meet... the journey has been Awesome, we are all by products of each other's lives, therefore, he will always be with us in some unique way... Ken/Faith/Cephas

Ann Narvaez

July 6, 2018

Wendell was a true Kingdom man. He always gave me Godly advise. Always willing to pray quickly for me and with me. He never judged me and was always sincere with his words. He had a lot of grace & compassion for me through my wrong decisions & tough times. There were many moments of laughter. And that man could cook up some good home made food. I know we will all see each other again on that Glorious Day. My prayers are for his family & friends as they grieve. God bless everyone.

Ken Mann

July 6, 2018

Wendel was a godly man who loved to laugh and whose smile would light up any room he walked into. He was such a good friend, contacting me out of the blue from time to time just to encourage me. I am a better man for having known him. I will be praying for his whole family as they grieve. I know it doesn’t make it feel a whole lot better right now, but I am thankful to know that we will see each other again in heaven. This great man will be missed.