ForeverMissed
This memorial was created by his family to honor Grover Williams. He lives on in our hearts. Please share your thoughts and stories in remembrance. Reminisce with us.
Posted by Barbara Knuckles on April 12, 2021
Wish I could talk to you again daddy...
There are so many things I would ask you...
Posted by Barbara Knuckles on March 29, 2021
Miss you daddy...
Posted by Robert Hughes on March 16, 2021
I first met Grover in 1971 when a bunch of us, [the old gang from Kirby St & then Apex], went up to the DC area to visit Larry's & Becky's parents & their friends there. I liked him from the moment I met him - friendly, funny, easy- going, kind, and then later after they moved out to Cortez, CO, I found out he had a wonderful talent for woodworking, & other stuff ..... I sort of "adopted him as my other dad" - that's how much I thought of him ..... we all had such great times there in Cortez - he loved music, dancing, & just having a good time wherever we were - we had such great parties there ..... he was quietly smart - unassuming, & had a great sense of humor ..... I too will always miss him.
Posted by Barbara Knuckles on March 14, 2021
My first response when I think of you daddy is to wish I had been a better daughter for you...
You were the forgiving one, no matter what...
Hope we get to see each other again...
Posted by Larry Williams on March 13, 2021
Dad, i was always in awe of your confidence and ability to build or repair anything you chose. A craftsman. Perhaps your father's legacy. Only later in life did i come to recognize and appreciate your selfless loving nature. Perhaps a gift from your mother. You were the most gentle, patient, and tolerant man i have ever known. 

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Posted by Barbara Knuckles on April 12, 2021
Wish I could talk to you again daddy...
There are so many things I would ask you...
Posted by Barbara Knuckles on March 29, 2021
Miss you daddy...
Posted by Robert Hughes on March 16, 2021
I first met Grover in 1971 when a bunch of us, [the old gang from Kirby St & then Apex], went up to the DC area to visit Larry's & Becky's parents & their friends there. I liked him from the moment I met him - friendly, funny, easy- going, kind, and then later after they moved out to Cortez, CO, I found out he had a wonderful talent for woodworking, & other stuff ..... I sort of "adopted him as my other dad" - that's how much I thought of him ..... we all had such great times there in Cortez - he loved music, dancing, & just having a good time wherever we were - we had such great parties there ..... he was quietly smart - unassuming, & had a great sense of humor ..... I too will always miss him.
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