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    William H. Fyler is the Executive Director of Safehavenforwidowed.org.
    In the midst of his own deep grief over the loss of his best friend/soul
    mate/wife, Terri L. Fyler on December 26, 2008, Bill was determined
    that no one who has suffered the loss of a loved one should walk this     journey of grief alone.

    His mission was to establish a safe place for both widowed and
    non-widowed to learn about grief, get support, share with one another,
    and know they are not alone.


    On November 19, 2009, Safehavenforwidowed.org was dedicated in
    remembrance of Terri L. Fyler and began fulfilling that mission.


    Bill is a strong advocate for members of the site, as well as for the
    widowed community at large. His compassion, humor, and “larger than
    life personality", along with his life experiences and administrative skills,
    help him to provide strong leadership to Safehavenforwidowed.org by
    building into the staff, moderators, volunteers, and members.

    Bill has been recognized by Worldwide Branding for his work in the
    beginning and developing Safehavenforwidowed.org and was awarded
    the Who’s Who Certificate of Recognition for Executives, Professionals,
    and Entrepreneurs. He also received The Popular Website Award for
    consistently putting in extra effort to provide quality support and
    compassion to the site’s members. Online Profile.

    Bill resides in Burlington County, New Jersey with his son and 2 dogs.
    He enjoys spending as much time as possible with his grandchildren.
    He is a certified computer repair technician in computer engineering,
    a web page designer, webmaster, honorary lifetime member and past
    president of The Roebling Rescue Squad, Inc., past delegate to the
    New Jersey State First Aid Council, and past delegate to the Burlington
    County First Aid Council. In January 1977/1978, Bill was on the
    committee that found the first MICU (Mobile Intensive Care Unit) in
    providing advanced life support and paramedic services to Burlington
    and Camden Counties in the State of New Jersey. He enjoys his
    Grandchilden, Family, Website Design, Home Improvement, Music,
    Concerts, Traveling, Boating, Camping, Hiking, Flea Markets, Gardening,
    Dining Out, and Movies.

    Bill continues his public service and support to others even today
    by continuing to reach out to those suffering with the pain of grief.
    To date, under Bills leadership, Safehavenforwidowed.org has reached
    out to over 14.5 million widowed and non-widowed people around
    the world. It continues its growth and commitment in providing support
    and resources to people of all ages, religious backgrounds, nationalities,
    races,and sexual orientations who have suffered the death of a loved one.
    The site is open 24/7, 365 days a year and provides a safe, secured,
    confidential, non-judgmental, and non-discriminating environment
    where grieving people of all ages can come to learn, to share, to be
    heard, and to know they are not walking this very difficult path alone.
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