I am so sorry for the loss of your dad. I have been trying to reach you for years. Please call me.
Donna & Family,
I'll always remember how welcoming your dad was when I moved to Atlanta and started working in network engineering. Wil was always the Southern Gentlemen who put the good of his people and the company first.
From Jennifer's eulogy at the funeral service, he was also a great grandfather.
He is in our prayers.
Wil worked for me during the early 1990's. He was located in midtown Atlanta, and I was in New Jersey. However, on my numerous trips to Atlanta, he always made me feel welcome. He had high integrity and was a true gentleman. I remember one of his team outings that he invited me to attend, which was held at a state park north of Atlanta. Everyone has a terrific time at this picnic, and Wil even taught me to put a cricket on a fishing line--a new experience for a northerner used to fishing with night crawlers! May your memories of Wil sustain you, and may God comfort you in your grief.
Dear Van, Donna and children,
My family and I are deeply saddened by the loss of your revered and honorable Father. He and your Mother remained true friends to us. Your parents/grandparents loved you so much - always know that, and do your best to emulate their kind and loving treatment of others. We pray that your faith will comfort you. Love - Aunt Carey, Jacqi, David, Cathy, Beverly and families.
I worked for Wil as his secretary. He was one of the finest people I have ever met. He was a wonderful boss and encouraged me in doing my job. I want to express my deepest sympathies to his family. The world has lost a great man.