ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, William Broyles, 72 years old, born on May 23, 1948, and passed away on December 12, 2020. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Kristal Broyles on May 23, 2021
Happy 1st birthday in Heaven daddy. Love and miss you so much...mom and Stacie too. I didn't forget your birthday. I went got ribs, salad, rolls, corn cob, Mac n cheese, fruit and dip, and made a German Chocolate cake. Love you and I know you are Fishing In The Sky so catch that big one today.
Posted by Laura Johnson on April 12, 2021
The most calm and patient person I’ve ever had the honor of knowing. Always quick to help anyone. The last time I saw him, he jumped up and cooked a fish fry on the fly.. He was just the absolute best and I love and miss him.

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Posted by Kristal Broyles on May 23, 2021
Happy 1st birthday in Heaven daddy. Love and miss you so much...mom and Stacie too. I didn't forget your birthday. I went got ribs, salad, rolls, corn cob, Mac n cheese, fruit and dip, and made a German Chocolate cake. Love you and I know you are Fishing In The Sky so catch that big one today.
Posted by Laura Johnson on April 12, 2021
The most calm and patient person I’ve ever had the honor of knowing. Always quick to help anyone. The last time I saw him, he jumped up and cooked a fish fry on the fly.. He was just the absolute best and I love and miss him.
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Shared by Linda Whittington on April 12, 2021
I was about 6 at the time we came to vist him and Katerene they had just married i thought he's the GREATEST big brother ever so what he was doing of course got my attention he chewed tobbaco so when he ask me did i want some of course i did i remember him LAUGHING as he gave it to me and he made sure to tell me to chew it so i did needless to say i swollard it he thought that was the funnest thing (of course not me) but it was the start of a brother and sister bond he never let me forget that i'm MISSING them both!!!! I'll always LOVE them and remember what they taught me