Recently we have been succumbed to the inevitable "fact of life" (a commonly used phraise by the late Pete Fisher). The Father, William himself lost and also in recent years his Mother too was lost, followed by his Gran and his Grandad. All these tragic losses and now the family has lost one more. With William being such a young man he had plenty still to offer and as an organ donner, he will now help others be able to live longer. Put your hand on your chest and imagine someone gave you their heart in their death so that you could live, even though they will never have met you. Feel the beat thumping in your chest. William is a hero. William was young and had nothing in place for his family, if the worst was to happen. With our Williams daughter still to turn one in the weeks coming. She has been left without a Father: knowing William as I did, I Know he was going to continue being the awesome Father he was being. Doing his best to provide a safe environment for his family. I remember just recently: A drunk person was shouting and raving down his phone at the traffic lights outside the block we all live. Myself and my partner are in our bed and hear the commotion... Then from no where... "oi! Shut the ***** up! You've just woke the bairn up!" and a once drunken raging voice now hushed and slightly higher in pitch replies "Sorry William". We lay in our bed in hysterics. It is a memory I will treasure. When it came to his daughter and partner, he wouldn't be crossed! Can you imagine (or maybe you too have been in this situation) what such a young family with little income has now to go through? With Williams closest loved ones permission and in respect to how much I love him, I have taken it to create a fundraiser to help with a wee nest egg for his daughter fir when she turns 21. So I thought I should update the gofundme description to allow you to know that any donations will be greatly appreciated to help give Lennox a chance once she is an adult. A chance her father, sadly will not be able to now provide. But we can together help give her that chance in tribute to William. If you knew William or not. If you have been affected by the incident or not. Please find it in you to even donate as little as gogetfunding allows, if you are able. Imagine it was your partner, your child. How many of you can even afford to have life insurances or even savings in place? I know I haven't got around to it yet. If you can not donate that is OK too as I also understand that everyone has their own circumstances. At the very least though: you can share this fundraiser and help raise awareness to the cause. Thank you for taking the time to read and share this.