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Bill Grams

Bill Grams, age 73, died peacefully in a hospice home from liver and kidney failure on December 1, 2018.

He was cremated and since he did not want a memorial service none was planned.

Bill was ordained a deacon in the Worldwide Church of God and served others tirelessly until due to ill health he could no longer do so.

 

Cards or messages can be sent to:

 

Nancy Grams 

3535 Linda Vista Dr. Space 32 

San Marcos, CA 92078-6316

 

email   billgrams12@gmail.com  



 
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12/09/18 01:08 AM #1    

Cledice Decker (1959)

From Jim Roberts:

Bill Grams was the epitome of Ecclesiastes 9:10 (NIV) 
10  Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might…

Whether it was as lead deacon of WCG’s Auditorium A.M. or as a professional in the computer field, Bill Grams was the picture of diligence and application.  He had very exacting standards that he expected others in his charge to meet, yet he was tolerant of others and often played the role of rescuer of those “on the fringe.”  Bill was extremely generous to those in material need of whom he became aware, at times to his own hurt.  I’ve seen him on several occasions just open his wallet and hand cash to folks.  He also shared his home hospitably.  In such behaviors Bill demonstrated genuine Christian conduct.  At his work, Bill would “get the job done” at all costs, welcoming the toughest challenges.  In all of this I did not perceive any effort to “seek his own glory.” 

Here’s a quote from one who served as Assistant Manager of Bill’s department: “Bill was one of those silent workers who just got the job done .. No glory needed .. That was him ..” ~Roger Lippross.  Bill did what he did because for him, it was the right thing to do. 


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