William Allan Globke

April 12, 1952May 3, 2018

William Allan Globke was born on April 12, 1952 and passed away on May 3, 2018


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William Allan Globke

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Randy Croissette

May 10, 2018

To Bills Family,
It is with deep sadness that I learned of Bill's passing. I will always remember all of the good times we had traveling across the country and hanging out after work.

Wendell F Roberson Sr

May 10, 2018

Sorry to hear about Bill he will be missed Praying for the Family

Kyle Smith

May 10, 2018

I had the pleasure of working with Bill for many years. we shared a lot of great laughs, a few cold root beers and a lot of talk about going to the lake. Bill always made me smile with his gentle approach to work. He always made sure to talk about his family each time we met. Bill will truly be missed by all of us at Guardian Construction.

Tricia Raxter

May 9, 2018

I worked with Bill for about 10 years at Laurel Park and he was one of the best! Bill was my maintenance supervisor before he became a "big wig" as I called him. I was so happy when he changed positions that he would only move his office from the shop to above mine. I was a new manager and Bill taught me so much. I would call to ask him a question that had nothing to do with maintenance and he would tell me to put on a pot of coffee and he would be right there. Bill taught me so much about life. He was at my wedding (that he said he was only coming to for the food), my moms funeral and when I had my son. He spoke so much into my life. He was a great example of the parent I wanted to be. He loved his family!

B. J. Hampton

May 9, 2018

My family and I have been "cul -de- sac" neighbors for over 20 yrs. The Globke's are the sort of neighbors most people only wish they could have. Bill always seemed to exude a type of quiet strength about him. Just seeing him outside playing with his grandchildren in the summer or putting up Christmas decorations every year you could tell that Bill truly enjoyed it. After all, it was to make his family happy and that was very important to him.
I'll never forget the last time I saw him. It was a few days before he passed away. I was walking my dog in our circle and he came up quietly behind me in his truck. We exchanged a few friendly words and then he waved goodbye as he drove away. It always seemed to me that Bill had his own special wave. It was just a simple lift of the hand and he would hold it for a few seconds. It was quiet,kind and sincere. Just like Bill. I'm truly going to miss that wave.

Our love and condolences to the family,
B.J. Hampton and Family