This from his grandson this morning.
Hey, this is Wil's grandson Justin. I'm sorry to let you know but he passed last night in his sleep. The family is sad to see him go but we were all fortunate enough to be able to say our good-bye's. Even the members from different towns and states made it, which he was very grateful for. He was also very grateful for the support and emails from you guys. He mentioned you all and the blogs quite a bit and was very excited when we read him your responses. The family would also like to thank you all for your friendship and support which gave him comfort in the end. If you have any questions you can email me or my dad ( firstname.lastname@example.org. again, thank you and we'll all miss him
This is typical one of his posts take a look in the archives for more!
Friday, December 29, 4:00am in central Kihei."Where are we headed to ladies?"
"Take us to Fred's."
"Okay, Fred's it is."
"Actually we aren't going to Fred's, our condo is just past there."
"What's the name of your condo?"
"We can't remember but its just past Fred's. We'll recognize it when we see it."
"Not a problem. Just tell me when to turn."
"How much is it going to cost me to get there?
"Gee. Since I have no idea where we are headed, its kinda hard to give you an estimate."
"Thats okay. Just give me a rough guess. I hope I have enough to pay you."
"Lady, the meter trips at $3.50 and then its 30 cents per 1/10th of a mile after that."
"Good. I have enough."
Their destination was about a mile south of "Fred's". Gave me $16 on a $10.10.
They spoke very softly with each other as we rode and one said something about both of them having been good. At least one of them had been very good.
The car reeked of sex