Death of Greg Williams’ father

We are saddened to learn of the death of Greg Williams’ father, Dean Williams. Greg is the associate director of GCI Church Administration and Development, USA. Here is a note from Greg:

On July 16 I asked several of my GCI coworkers to pray for my dad, who was suffering from various physical ailments and seemed near death. The Lord answered those prayers by giving us two weeks for my family to say our final farewell. Dad breathed his last on July 29 with me, my two brothers and my son Glenn at his side.

My dad meant so much to us and his passing leaves a big void. But we praise God that his suffering is over and he is with the Lord forever! Please keep my mom lifted up in prayer as she grieves the loss of her husband.

Cards to Greg and his family may be sent to:

Grace Communion International
P.O. Box 5005
Glendora, CA 91740-0730
Attn: Greg Williams, CAD office

17 thoughts on “Death of Greg Williams’ father”

  1. Greg & Susan and family
    You are loved and in our prayers for the Lord’s comfort and strength as you grieve. Can’t wait to meet you dad in eternity….
    Blessings my friends
    David & Jonnie

  2. Greg and family,

    Please accept our deepest sympathies and support. Our prayers are with you at this difficult time. Ray and Carol Meyer

  3. Greg, I am so very sorry for you. Only a tiny handful of losses can compare to losing your father. I’m grateful you had him for as long as you did and that a big part of his legacy continues to live in you. Our prayers are with you as you navigate this strange new landscape in your life. May your memories and dreams of him be blessed always with hope.

    Grace and peace,
    Rand and Beth

  4. Hi Greg,
    I have never met your dad, but I know that he and your mom raised a very good man. I pray for you and your family that you will continue to celebrate the life of your father, and that his legacy may continue on through you, your children, and your grandchildren [ You are getting old] Lol! We love you brother! May God continually bless you and surround you with His peace that passes all understanding.

  5. Greg, what a remarkable man and father Dean must have been to have raised sons like yourself so dedicated to the Lord’s work. Prayers for your Mom and the family. JR & HBR

  6. Dear Greg,

    Please, do accept our sincere condolences during this painful time for the family. Our prayers are with you all.

    In Christ,
    Santiago and Elke

  7. Greg – as one who lost his father when I was only four, I can sense at least a little bit of your pain. You’re in our prayers my friend. Don

  8. Greg
    My heart goes out to you brother. There is nothing that can take the place of a parent. God be with you all as you learn to cope with loss of physical contact, but never the loss of memory for someone so special in your life, nor ever the loss of hope for a Grand reunion by, through, and in Our Lord Jesus Christ.

  9. Sorry to hear about your father, Greg. Our prayers are with you and the rest of your family. – Randy and Marge Fisher

  10. To Greg and family I understand and feel your pain. I know how much my dad means to me. He is suffering from Alzheimer. But it feels sometimes like he has already left us. Be strong in God. We love you. Minnie and Herbert Smith.

  11. Our deepest condolences to you and your family on the loss of your father Greg! I’ve enjoyed your stories of love from and surrounding your father and family and am grateful for an upcoming family reunion called Resurrection in Christ! We are praying for you at this time and for your special encouragement in the hope of God, Father, Son and Spirit!

    Sincerely,

    Timothy Brassell and Family and New Life Baltimore Congregation

  12. Dear Greg and family,

    I don’t know what to say, but wish we were there with you to give you a huge hug during this time of sadness. May GOD give you and your family peace and comfort.

    We love you

    Angie, Saddie, Heidi, Herbert and Hazel Tabin

  13. Dearest Greg and family,

    We are sad to hear about your family’s loss! My wife and I will be in prayer. I think of our Heavenly Father’s salvation intended for us all and His redeemed quality of life for us here after. Relationships that will yield so much more in the Kingdom made for us all, with God, and with man. We all can look forward to that! David and Linda Husmann

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