Harold had a larger than life personality that encouraged grand adventures on earth! He was always eager to share his knowledge of any outdoor activity. My husband and I met Harold and Evelyn 40 years ago while we were in high school. Their daughter Judy was a classmate of ours, and she and her husband Brad remain close friends today. Over the years we have been privileged to share in some family activities with Harold and Evelyn, from a weekend of crab catching in Port Angeles, to their annual and much loved Apple Squeeze parties in September. We raised our family in Federal Way and it was not unusual to serendipitously cross paths. Whether it be at the grocery store, the shopping mall or a restaurant, we were always greeted with his "twinkle in the eye" smile and a leisurely conversation about life. He loved to fish, we love to fish. He loved to crab, we love to crab. He loved family, we love family. We always had a lot to talk about! He knew where we lived and every once in a while in the fall he would drop by with a container of his homemade applesauce. Harold was a maverick of life. We feel honored to have known him. He will be missed but never forgotten. We extend our warm and profound sympathies to the entire Williams families. With Love, Lori and Doug Williams and family.