Colonel Williams Obituary, Death -Because of his lengthy and illustrious career, we report the passing of Colonel Williams with a heavy heart today. He will be missed. It was yesterday morning when his pickup became stuck on some ice in his driveway. While he was trying to get it moving, he must have overexerted himself since he died suddenly yesterday afternoon. Beginning in 1980, he served as a member of our team. Prior to that, he had been employed by Larry Breyer, the former proprietor of the company, for a number of years.
Because he had a lot of customers who needed their lawns mowed, he wasn’t sure if he wanted to work with us because he didn’t want to let any of his customers down. On the other hand, he didn’t want to let us down either. He had the unwavering composure of a rock. Always courteous and never sluggish when it comes to getting the work done. You are one of the few persons I’ve ever encountered that are both charming and helpful on the same level as you are. Prior to the time he worked with Covid, his attendance record at the office was flawless.
Whenever I was in need of locating a tool (such as a broom, putty knife, crowbar, etc.), I would ask Colonel if he had seen it, and without fail, he would point me in the direction of the appropriate location to find it. When I asked Colonel if he had seen it, he pointed me in the appropriate location to find it. In the event that there was some sort of reset at the grocery store, and I was unable to locate a product, the person I turned to for assistance was Colonel. After this, the Luzerne Market and the town itself will both cease to exist in their previous forms. It is exactly the same as if one of my loved ones had passed away. I feel extremely sad.