William-Toler-Obituary

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William Randolph Toler

Doswell, Virginia

Mar 20, 1969 – Jul 20, 2014

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Nelsen Funeral Home - Ashland Obituary

Toler, William Randolph, 45, of Chester, formerly of Ashland, passed away on July 20, 2014. He was preceded in death by his father, Murray Toler and his sister, Kathy. He is survived by his mother, Virginia Toler; sister, Linda of Oregon; brothers, Murray V. (Sandra) and Robert (Cindy); his...

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King, you taught me so much and I will never forget you. It's hard for me to ride my motorcycles or dragrace without thinking of you. I love you!!!!

I just found out about Will's passing today. I was at Steel Horse Harley-Davidson for some service work and saw Will's picture on the counter. I am saddened to learn that he is no longer with us. It is also evident that the staff at the dealership is still grieving over the loss of their friend and coworker.

I would usually see Will whenever I visited the dealership and he always struck me as a kind and gentle soul that was interested in helping people. I am a recipient of his...

I am proud to have known this wonderful man. He will surely be missed.

Will surely was and always will be a great guy to talk with. Truly a friend that is missed. Looking forward to seeing you again.

Loving prayers to you, Aunt Virginia, and all of the family. Will was a free spirit with a beautiful heart who touched us all. We will always remember him with "Cadbury" the bunny at grandma's and playing games in the backyard at our house. Our thoughts are with you all.

Our deepest and most sincere condolences go out to the Toler family. William will be missed by all who knew him. He truly was, "one of the good guys".

Our thoughts and prayers are with Will's family and friends! (Thanks for the shocks Will!) I will miss you!

Scott & Trina Davis

I have been lucky enough to have know Willy for a very long time. His smile could light up a dark room just by waling into it.
He was always willing to help others with out being asked to. He was always thinking of others before himself. I will certainly miss our friendship and riding together. Willy is a free spirit and will continue to be with us in our hearts and minds forever.
Rest in peace my friend..

William,you were a great friend and someone I could always count on for anything,thank's for the great time's Rob Moncrief (Steel Horse)