Doug Groesbeck Obituary, Death – It is with heavy hearts that we at the Williams Fire Department must once more fly our flag at half-staff in memory of our beloved Exempt Assistant Chief Doug Groesbeck, who passed away unexpectedly the previous week. Over the course of 22 years, Doug served as a very dedicated volunteer firefighter. A memorial service will be held on Friday, January 6 beginning at 11 am at the Williams Fire Department, and lunch will follow immediately after the service.
During that time, he was in a position to assist other people who were in need of his support, and he was able to do so. During that time, he was able to aid other people. On Friday, January 6, commencing at 11 am, there will be a memorial ceremony performed at the Williams Fire Department, and immediately following the service, there will be lunch. Both events will take place at the Williams Fire Department. The meal and the ceremony will both be held at the same site. Every one of these events will take place at the Williams Fire Department, which will serve as the location for those events.
The Williams Fire Department, which will serve as the location for each and every one of these events, will be the setting for each and every one of these activities. Since he has passed away, we would like to express our sincere condolences to his friends and family. May he rest in peace. I pray that in his dying moments on earth, he is granted the peace and tranquility that he has worked so hard to obtain. I pray that he has finally found the serenity that he strove so diligently to achieve throughout his life. Many of the individuals who had the privilege of calling him a friend will feel a void in their lives as a result of his passing, and he will be known and remembered for all of time and history. His accomplishments will continue to be remembered by people for a very long time after he has passed away.