ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, William Spears, 66 years old, born on August 17, 1954, and passed away on April 28, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Diana Spears on May 4, 2021
A life simply lived with a kind heart, a gentle spirit and a huge dose of humor.
He loved his Profession as a college History Professor and will be missed by many. There is now a void in our world without you.
You are forever in our hearts...Your Family

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Posted by Diana Spears on May 4, 2021
A life simply lived with a kind heart, a gentle spirit and a huge dose of humor.
He loved his Profession as a college History Professor and will be missed by many. There is now a void in our world without you.
You are forever in our hearts...Your Family
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Growing up.

Shared by John Comeaux on May 18, 2021
  • Will and I grew up together.  We lived on the same street. Growing up back then was easy. We played in the street and swam in the ditches. Will was like a brother to me. He loved to play basketball. We wore the grass down to dirt in his back yard. Needless to say I got my butt kick most of the time. Well maybe all the time. He was really good. I remember when he got a bow and arrow for his birthday I think. Well he had the bow and arrow and I had the target. I lost that game also. I guess we know who was the smart one. I never thought he would be a professor. Boy was I wrong. Lol. We climbed the old pecan tree in his back yard like a 1000 times  till he fell out of it and broke his leg. That wasn’t a pretty sight. That tree didn’t stay up much longer after that. That took him out for a good while. But we played games inside and kept ourselves occupied. I remember that ole Chevrolet he had. That’s one thing Will never got a speeding ticket. He was never in a hurry.  We wore highway 190 and park avenue out.I think about them days every now and then. The good old days for sure. I wouldn’t change it for anything. Well maybe him falling out of the ole pecan tree and the bow and arrow thing. This is only a few memories I can share. Then there is some I can’t share and some is for me to keep. Rest in piece ole friend. Gone but never forgotten.