Tributes & Vigils Category: Sept 11th 2001

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    1. Salute To Winston Arthur Grant
        Tribute For Winston Arthur Granton September 11, 2009 at 12:00 am

      God Bless you family. You are missed.
      D. Gershaw

    2. Salute To Winston Arthur Grant
        Tribute For Winston Arthur Granton February 18, 2007 at 12:00 am


      Winston was a true gentleman who loved and admired his family. He was an incredible person who taught me the importance of the little things in life while I was chasing after deadlines, money, power and prestige. He will be missed and I can only hope to be half the man he was.


      Paul M. Dreskin, co-worker

    3. Salute To Winston Arthur Grant
        Tribute For Winston Arthur Granton February 18, 2007 at 12:00 am

      In the short time that I knew Winston and supervised him, I can tell you he was a supreme gentleman and a great person to have on any staff. His loss continues to effect us to this day, and the memories of him will be with us forever.
      Kenneth Milberg, supervisor

    4. Salute To Winston Arthur Grant
        Tribute For Winston Arthur Granton February 18, 2007 at 12:00 am

      I didn’t personally know Mr. Grant, but his daughter is a dear friend of mine. Joya is a person of deep faith in God, is tremendously devoted to her family, warm and loving. Her parents raised her wonderfully. She is a living tribute to her father’s love. May God rest his soul and keep his family safe and blessed.
      Lorilynn Varnado, friend

    5. Salute To Winston Arthur Grant
        Tribute For Winston Arthur Granton February 18, 2007 at 12:00 am

      I just want to express my deepest respects to the family of a true friend and co-worker. An intelligent and remarkable man that left a mark on my life. Hard work and friendship described his life. I miss my friend and coworker. He is missed at tech services at Blue Cross/Blue Shield.
      Fredd Guerrero, co-worker

    6. Salute To Winston Arthur Grant
        Tribute For Winston Arthur Granton February 18, 2007 at 12:00 am


      Winston was a true gentleman who loved and admired his family. He was an incredible person who taught me the importance of the little things in life while I was chasing after deadlines, money, power and prestige. He will be missed and I can only hope to be half the man he was.


      Paul M. Dreskin, co-worker

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