This video tribute showed how much he was loved and how much he loved. Tracey, Brittany and Carly I am so sorry. I can only pray that God gives you comfort until the day you see him again. The Presciutti family
Grant my man! You lived life to it's fullest in the time that you were here, my friend. But how you lived it made us want more. Your time has come and our hearts are heavy. We'll never forget that laugh and smiles you shared so often! I feel privileged to have known you and cherish the time I spent with you buddy. Put in a good word up there for us as I know you will, but before you do share a good joke and provoke a hearty laugh. Say "hi" and give my love to Clarabell and David for me, will ya? God bless you, and rest in peace my friend.
Dear Tracy, I am so sorry to hear of your husband’s passing. He was far too young and looks like a beautiful soul. Praying for peace during this difficult time. Sue Larkin
Dear Tracy and whole Family
I am so sorry for Grants passing
Thank you for all the correspondence during his battles
I have been praying for him from the beginning of his struggles
He was the strongest man I ever met, I went to see him @ Doan a couple of times
Never complained as left a heartfelt mutual love between he and I
Our little joke was we called each other ''Brokeback'' because of the movie
''Brokeback Mountain" I used to ask him if he wanted to go camping ☺️
He was a great Dad Husband Grandpa and Friend
I will pray for the family to find peace!
My buddy is going straight up All our love Pat and Tracy
We met Grant when his parents moved to Loretta Dr. He was our son’s age and they spent many happy hours playing together, along with Steve, Tommy, Billy, Mark, Greg, Sue, Jane, Jeanette, etc. What a terrific gang of kids who so often gathered in our backyard playing ball, swimming, and helping me snip beans for a reward of a popsicle! The woods and “grass”hill were their favorite haunts and they always managed to have fun. We remember Grant as a sweet kid with a ready smile and helpful nature. Gone way to soon, we s nd our deepest condolences to his wife, daughters, granddaughters, brother Greg, and sister Jeanette. Al and Edie Krotz
RIP Grant..I worked with you at Kodak for like 15 yrs or so..You were a ball buster and we had alot of good times at work..You will be truly missed..but your memories will live on forever..Prayers and thoughts to the family.you always would say..Diannne.. Peace be with you my friend!
My deepest sympathy and prayers to Grant's family. I worked with Grant at BJC. He was a very special guy with a heart of gold.