OBITUARY

William Grant

August 30, 1948November 18, 2021
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William Grant, age 73, of Summerville, South Carolina passed away on Thursday, November 18, 2021. William was born August 30, 1948 in NY.

A visitation at carolina memorial funeral home for William will be held Sunday, November 28, 2021 at 11:00 PM. A memorial service at carolina memorial funeral home chapel will occur Sunday, November 28, 2021 at 12:00 PM. A burial at carolina memorial park will occur.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.carolinamemorial.com for the Grant family.

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation at Carolina Memorial Funeral home

    Sunday, November 28, 2021

  • Memorial Service at Carolina Memorial Funeral Home Chapel

    Sunday, November 28, 2021

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Burial at Carolina Memorial Park

Memories

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Elizabeth Conley

November 25, 2021

Bill was a wonderful man. Bill and his brother Jay were dear in my heart. I will cherish our memories. If on Long Island or New Hampshire, it was always pure joy being together. My support and love to the entire Grant family. Jean, Diane, and Valerie, what a gift he gave you. He is at peace. Liz

Ann Marie Lucas

November 24, 2021

We have so many wonderful memories of Uncle Bill. He was one of the nicest, kindest people you would ever meet. We always enjoyed being around him. He loved my oatmeal chocolate chip cookies and I loved making them for him. He was always there to help. Moving us, building decks, stairs for our house, always there to lend a hand.
All the great memories we have of him will stay with us forever. We know that he is at peace now. ❤️
Auntie Bunny, Diane, Val and your family - we are very sorry for your loss. How wonderful though that you had such a special man in your lives.
We love you all. Take care Ann Marie, Mark, Patrick, Elyse, Kelsey and Kevin

Jessica Grant

November 24, 2021

Uncle Billy will be missed forever and always. I have so many beautiful memories of growing up and driving to New Hampshire with my dad for the weekend to go and see him. I looked forward to those trips so much. No matter when it was, winter or summer, we always had the best time. And I know my dad really loved going too. Then once my dad passed, My Uncle Billy really stepped in and took over and became a comfort for me and a father figure. I always admired how smart he was, and how funny lol. You had some jokes Uncle Billy. I will be forever grateful to him for everything. Its so beautiful, (not at all surprising) how many people absolutely loved you and will truly miss you. You will forever be in my heart and I know you and Dad are finally together again watching over us all <3

Catherine Grant

November 23, 2021

Bill Grant was a man that no one could ever say a bad word about. I was married to his brother Jay, and when Jay passed away Bill was always there to take care of me and my girls. He was a wonderful Brother, Uncle and Friend. I will never forget all he did for us and we were blessed to share a lifetime of memories with him. Rest In Peace now Bill and I will love you forever.

Wendy Staggs

November 22, 2021

Whether it was helping rebuild the back deck, front porch, the kitchen or fix the well, Bill was there to help (and Jeanne made lunch) and vice versa. Ice Storm of 08 and no electricity or heat for 10 days, we were there to help warm up the house and fix the broken pipe when it burst. The phone call in the middle of the night because you had flooding in the basement, we got dressed and ran over to help. Dinner every week at one of our houses. You were the best neighbor anyone could have asked for. Since you moved you have been missed. Now, you are at peace and will be missed even more! We love you Mr. Bill!!
Wendy and Mike
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Richard & Janet Rhompson

November 22, 2021

We are sorry to hear of Bill’s passing. We remember those happy Saturday afternoons in Amherst, Mass. when we sat in the stadium stands watching his daughter Valerie and our daughter Shelley and the UMass Marching Band. The two girls were roommates for three and one-half years and we remember many happy hours spent with Bill and Jeanne as we watched the band play and discussed an answer to the girls’ question, “:So, where are you taking us for lunch.” Our thoughts and prayers are with Bill’s family at this time of sorrow.

Janet and Rick Thompson

Valerie Leyder

November 21, 2021

Valerie Leyder

November 21, 2021

Valerie Leyder

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Valerie Leyder

November 21, 2021

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