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Grant Earl Williams

May 15, 1938, Denver, Colorado – March 8, 2022, San Tan Valley, Arizona

Grant Williams passed away March 8, 2022 at the age of 83. He was the youngest of 2 siblings.

Grant graduated South High School in 1956, where he met the love of his life, Marjorie Ann Herrin, throughout their 64 years of marriage, they raised 3 Daughters.

He was a dedicated and hardworking man, earning a BS in Business from the University of Colorado, May 26, 1971 while also serving 8 years in the Navy as an Aerial Photographer, honorably discharged June 15, 1963. Grant chose a career with the Martin Marietta/Lockheed Martin Company in a Business/Finance capacity, which lasted 37 years before his retirement in 1998. After Retirement, he spent 17 years with the Englewood Elks, the last 5 of those years, were spent as Secretary.

Some hobbies of his, included Fishing, Camping, Golf and Bowling. He was artistic and a jack of all trades, some of his loves were Eagles, Dan Brown Books, Travel and puzzles in his later years.

Grant leaves behind his Wife, Marjorie, his 3 Daughters, Debra Lynn, Kerri Jo and Sandi Jean, (Rick), 6 Grand Children; Cameron, Rabecca, Ronda, David, Robyn and Logan, 6 Great Grand Children; Dylan, Kyli, Hayden, Colton, Hunter and Olivia, Nieces; Terrilee, Chris, Cathy, Cathy & Kim and Nephew’s; Mike and Scott.

Grant was a quiet, patient man, who will be forever missed, but never forgotten, his love will live on in each of us –

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  1. Mitchell Rolstad says:

    An absolutely wonderful man, Father on Law and source of deep seated wisdom advice that I have used often in my life. Grant God Bless you and keep you and RIP

  2. Cameron Smith says:

    Very well said. I love you grandpa and I will miss you greatly.

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Grant Earl Williams

May 15, 1938, Denver, Colorado – March 8, 2022, San Tan Valley, Arizona

Grant Williams passed away March 8, 2022 at the age of 83. He was the youngest of 2 siblings.

Grant graduated South High School in 1956, where he met the love of his life, Marjorie Ann Herrin, throughout their 64 years of marriage, they raised 3 Daughters.

He was a dedicated and hardworking man, earning a BS in Business from the University of Colorado, May 26, 1971 while also serving 8 years in the Navy as an Aerial Photographer, honorably discharged June 15, 1963. Grant chose a career with the Martin Marietta/Lockheed Martin Company in a Business/Finance capacity, which lasted 37 years before his retirement in 1998. After Retirement, he spent 17 years with the Englewood Elks, the last 5 of those years, were spent as Secretary.

Some hobbies of his, included Fishing, Camping, Golf and Bowling. He was artistic and a jack of all trades, some of his loves were Eagles, Dan Brown Books, Travel and puzzles in his later years.

Grant leaves behind his Wife, Marjorie, his 3 Daughters, Debra Lynn, Kerri Jo and Sandi Jean, (Rick), 6 Grand Children; Cameron, Rabecca, Ronda, David, Robyn and Logan, 6 Great Grand Children; Dylan, Kyli, Hayden, Colton, Hunter and Olivia, Nieces; Terrilee, Chris, Cathy, Cathy & Kim and Nephew’s; Mike and Scott.

Grant was a quiet, patient man, who will be forever missed, but never forgotten, his love will live on in each of us –

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2 responses to “Grant Earl Williams Obituary”

  1. Mitchell Rolstad says:

    An absolutely wonderful man, Father on Law and source of deep seated wisdom advice that I have used often in my life. Grant God Bless you and keep you and RIP

  2. Cameron Smith says:

    Very well said. I love you grandpa and I will miss you greatly.

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