Coping with Grief
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“William”, “Bill”, “Dad”, “Billy Crash Crandall”, “Sweet William”, “Dr Crandall”
His family and friends will miss the positive encouragement he was always giving. His sincere patience and listening were beyond what most people are capable of. Bill set goals and accomplished them, whether it was with a doctorate in Educational Leadership or a professional skier instructor examiner (PSIA/30years), Bill surpassed all expectations.
He always thought of others, even in his own passing, he treated those around him with grace and dignity.
Often described as a man with great integrity who never put himself above anyone else, Bill made all around him feel important. If you ever had the luxury of working with Bill, he made the job a better place to be. A man who was an off the charts husband, father, son, brother, and friend. He will be missed so much.
Bill was known for pushing in his chair after the meeting was over.Pretty sure he pushed in all the chairs.
We look forward to seeing him again in the eternal kingdom.
“His lord said to him, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant; you have been faithful over a few things, I will make you ruler over many things. Enter into the joy of your lord.’”
Enjoy the gift of heaven!
Enjoy the pack of labradors waiting for you!
Thank you for choosing JOY!
We love you so very much,
Marney, Bronwyn, and Bryce
In lieu of flowers donations may be given to ISD 381 for the future Dr. William Crandall Scholarship for a student in the area aspiring to be an educator.
Please note in the memo of the check it is for the Crandall scholarship.