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My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends. Willie, you always had a smile and made me and others laugh. It was never a dull moment. You always looked out for us at the downtown banking center at 300 W 6th Street. I will miss you. May you rest in peace. God Bless until we meet again. :)

Mischele Buerkle
May 13, 2017
Round Rock, TX

Wow, Chill was a father to me. He was my supervisor in the the Air Force and also my basketball coach. I have nothing but great memories of him. I loved visiting with him and also hanging out with him, I loved that he always introduced me as his son, it made me feel special. I am deeply saddened by his loss, he was a loving father and a man I am proud to say I loved. My prayers go out to the Jones family, we all loved him and will miss him for years to come.

Curtis Jeffries
May 12, 2017
Little Elm, TX

Farewell my brother. Chill Will you will be truly missed. Always enjoyed our conversations. Chill was a true and fair competitor. To the Jones Family Our prayers are of peace,stength and Love. Sharpe Family

Anthony & Lorrie Sharpe
May 12, 2017
Del valle, TX

I commute every day from Georgetown to 300 West 6th. After that commute, many days, I really needed Willie's smile and jokes to put me in a good mood before my ride up the elevator to my desk. I miss him. God bless and keep his family. God bless and keep Willie.

Joe Perrone
May 11, 2017
Georgetown, TX

My name is Steven Chandler and I work for C3 Presents and we were a tenant of 300 W. 6th from May 2011 to May 2016. I got to know Willie over the 5 years that we worked there and always enjoyed talking to him, hearing one of his jokes, stories from when he was in the service or about his family. He always had a smile, made me laugh and did a great job of taking care of us and the other tenants of the building. Willie was a great guy and I will miss him. My deepest condolences to all of his family and friends.

steven chandler
May 10, 2017
Austin, TX

Willie you will be dearly missed. I enjoyed working with you as did everyone at 300 west. To the family may you find comfort and peace.

Shannon Roberson
May 10, 2017
Austin, TX

God bless you, Willie.
Thank you for all you did for us at C3.

Mike Walker
May 10, 2017
Austin, TX USA

I too work at C3 and it was a pleasure to see Willie every day at my old office building. He was a joy to talk to. He will be missed greatly. God Bless

Tiffany Brown
May 10, 2017
Austin, TX

I used to work at the office on 6th street and one of the very best things about walking into our building each morning was seeing Willie. He had such a funny sense of humor, made me smile and laugh every morning and took great care of all of us. He was a very special person and will be missed.

courtney trucksess
May 10, 2017
Austin, TX

My name is Huston and I work at C3. I had the pleasure of getting to know Willie coming and going to work every day and not a day went by where seeing Willie and his smiling face did not brighten my day. He was one of the nicest people I have ever met and he will be greatly missed.

Huston Powell
May 10, 2017
Austin, TX United States

I work in the office building (300 W. 6th St.) that Willie helped keep secure and safe many years. Each morning upon my arrival Willie and I exchanged "good morning". Willie's parking space was adjacent to mine, so we had that in common. I will always remember Willie as a fine person with a good sense of humor and someone easy to strike-up a conversation with. Although I did not know him as well as I would have liked, I considered him a friend. The world was a better place with Willie and I will miss him.

Sterling Silver
May 10, 2017
Austin, TX USA

Prayers to the family for your loss. A great friend that I looked up to and will miss R.I.P. Chill Will....

Dwayne Tatum
May 10, 2017
Austin, TX

I got to see Willie nearly everyday for 4 years while he was a security guard for the building my office is in. I always looked forward to the smile and teasing he would give my coworkers and I everyday. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. His smiling face has been greatly missed.

Lynn Southerland
May 10, 2017
Austin, TX USA

I looked forward to seeing Willie every morning when I arrived at work. He was incredibly funny and kind and always talked about his love for his family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Debbie Hudgeons
May 10, 2017
Austin, TX



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