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Jim & Deb Pulsifer posted a condolence
Sunday, May 24, 2020Janet & Family, so sorry to hear about Laceys passing. We where just out to camp cleaning up and wondered why you guys weren’t there yet. We were shocked and saddened to hear later the reason why. He will be missed, we enjoyed our visits with him. He was fun to visit with his sense of humor.
Karen & Rob Dickson posted a condolence
Thursday, May 21, 2020Dear Janet and family: We have only known you and Lacey for a few years, but during that time have appreciated the gift of humor, steadfastness, friendship, and support which Lacey personified. Our first brush with Lacey was at a somewhat contentious HomeOwner's Association general meeting in May of 2012. My husband, Rob stood up and spoke in favor of a motion also favored by the Board of Directors. After the meeting Lacey asked Rob if he might be interested in joining the board, which he did a couple of years later with gentle prodding by an effervescent Lacey. "Mr. Enthusiasm" always supported Rob's "Empire State Ride" 500+ mile bicycle treks across New York State with kindly articles in the Association's newsletter (which Lacey edited himself). His love and support regarding his family were always plain as day. He lived life with a twinkle in his eye, and a humorous quip always at the ready. We will miss him terribly.
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Thursday, May 21, 2020Donation in honor of Lacey M. Williams whose recent passing left all those who were lucky enough to know him much poorer in the spirit of life which he constantly exuded.