There is no greater peace than that which we receive by grace at the end of our earthly journey, no greater love, no greater reward is there or will there ever be, than to be 'Forever' in the Wonderful Light of Our God and His complete acceptance. The sweet surrender at the end is worth more than the entire fight that preceeded it...and with all said and all done...we enter...Light upon Light and at last the deepest love ther is! For your loss, I cry...For his gain...Rejoice!
Cousin Mary and family, I believe that every thing that could possibly be said on how wonderful a person could be has already been said about our beloved Bill.Bill was that rare and exceptional person.I am very proud and honored to be his and your Cousin. We will all be together with our LORD JESUS and each other for eternity. From that perspective this existence is but a speck of time. I know we all miss him. He had such a good sense of humor, we will be laughing for eternity. Love Cousin Bill Elliott.
I was priviledged to know and associate with Bill when we worked at ESL. He had the gift to be able to provide a technical answer at a level that the listner could comprehend, not matter how technical the issue and how uninformed the listener. Although I knew him professionally as "Dr Phase Locked Loop" he was one of those "scarey, frighteningly smart people" who went about his everyday purposes always ready to help, disguising himself as an ordernary person including a ready smile and generous laugh- both of which I will fondly and sadly miss. My sincere condolences to the entire family for your loss
Dear Mrs. Egan and Family,
My heart goes out to you all in this time of loss. Bill was a treasure to us in the School of Engineering at Santa Clara. I looked forward to seeing him each quarter and he would often stop and take a few moments to chat. He was kind and good and so generous with his knowledge and expertise. He is missed.
Dear Mrs. Egan and Family,
My sincere condolences for your great lose. May god bestow on you and family patience and blessings.
You have my deepest sympathy. May good memories provide solace for your family during this challenging time; and may God provide you with the assurance that you will see your loved one again in Paradise. John 17:3
Mary Ann, I will be praying for your husband and for the family. I hope that all your good memories help you pass through this time of grieving.
Mrs Egan and Family. I am sorry to hear of Bill's passing. I have very fond memories of him when we both worked at Sylvania Electronic Defense Lab in Mountain View. During the lunch hour, four of us, Bill-Ralph Leurgans- Ken Cunningham and I would play scrabble. Bill could always come up with some high scoring words. Great guy-good memories. Deepest sympathy to you, Harold Kellogg email@example.com
Dear Mary and family,
We are so sad for all of you. This time of year makes it even harder for you. May God be with you as you begin this new year. We will keep you in our prayers.
Love, Diane and John Bader
My heart and prayer go to the family who are in grief of losing dear father. I hope their grief be ovecome eventually with heavenly joy and faith that they will get re-united in heaven someday.
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Mary and Family, We know what a hard time this is, and our love and sympathy go out to all of you. John and Peggy
The Students and Faculty members of the Electrical Engineering Department at Santa Clara University will miss the excellent teacher he was.
We May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.