Justin Schley
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  Justin Schley
, a graduate of Bishop McDevitt ('09) and frosh-to-be at Millersville, passed June 21 of injuries suffered in a gun accident in his West Oak Lane home.
  Justin played football at McDevitt, serving as a co-captain in his senior season and rushing for 348 yards and three TDs in five games (after missing four due to injury.)
  We welcome your comments about Justin and they'll be posted below.
  Also, we will gladly post photos.
  Please e-mail comments/photos to silaryt@phillynews.com.
  Thank you very much.

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  Information on services: Tuesday, June 30, at Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church West, 230 W.
Coulter Street, in West Germantown. Viewing from 9 to 10 a.m. Funeral service to follow.

Contributions . . .

Justin (with ball) and teammates.

To Family and Friends of Justin . . .
  On behalf of our owner Dave Mika and the rest of the Staff at Easternpafootball.com, I want to extend our prayers and deepest sympathy to you on the loss of a great teammate, friend and football player. God bless.
-- Willie McGonigle.
  Justin was like a big brother to me and we all family/friends are going to miss him. I was shocked to here what happened but my prayers go out to his family and I will proudly finish his football career through mine. I know Justin is in a better place and I hope he helps God watch over us. I learned a lot from him and spent a lot of time with him and it didnt take that long to gain trust. Im going to always remember justin. R.I.P Big brother Justin.
-- Martin "Nico" Henry
  A true tragedy and a promising life lost.  Justin and i ran track together this past year.  His happy-go-lucky attitude shed light on miserable practices and long meets.  His laugh could be heard all the way down the hall even when he wasn't in sight.  He will be terribly missed.  You and your family are in my prayers.  Rest In Peace Bud
-- Pat

  The loss of Justin can't be described in words. Mrs. Schley did a wonderful job raising a special son. He was her world. My prayers go out to her and the Schley Family every day. When Justin passed it took something from all of us. He was part of our family.
-- Coach Holden