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William Emil Duncombe

June 22, 1950 - March 14, 2011

William Emil DuncombeBorn June 22, 1950 at St Benedict’s Hospital in Ogden, Utah, to Donald William Duncombe and Ymana Amelia Joseph Duncombe. William, age 60, passed from this life to a pain-free existence on Sunday March 14, 2011. His faithful service dog, Chewy, was at his side. He grew up in Layton, Utah, and attended Davis High. He went on to get his CAN and LPN. He was a chef and cooked in many different places during his life and also cooked for many different charity events. He also worked as a nurse in several different facilities. He married Sarah May Fuller on July 14, 1976 who had a son, Jason Mark Fuller and together they had William Adam Duncombe in 1977. Will and Sarah were later divorced. He was a member of the LDS Ogden Liberty Park Ward. Will is survived by one son, William Adam Duncombe; Step son, Jason Mark Fuller, step grandchildren, Karrissa Fuller and Jeremy Fuller; Parents Donald and Karen Duncombe, Roy Ut; Mother Ymana Duncombe, Layton UT; Brothers, Earl (Terri) Duncombe, Hyde Park UT; Michael (Melanie) Duncombe, Clinton, UT; Kent (Angie) Duncombe, Wellsville UT; Sisters; Ymana Johnson (James) Roy UT; Donnie Sharp (Ben) Korea; Raydeen Jaques (Jack) Layton, Ut; Cerya Jaques (JayDell) Layton, UT; Step brothers and sisters; Kevin (Diane) Hamilton, Ogden UT; Kathy (Wayne) Gittens, Roy, UT; Kelly (Chad) Ballard, Roy, UT.He was preceded in death by both sets of grandparents, a brother, LeRoy Joseph Duncombe and a nephew, Montie Jay Dell Jaques. At Wills request, cremation will be by Leavitt’s Mortuary. A memorial service for family and friends will be held at the Liberty Park Ward building, 1050 21st Street, on Friday, March 18, 2011 at 11:00 a.m.Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.leavittsmortuary.com

 

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Born: June 22, 1950
Died: March 14, 2011

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Steve Treadwell posted on 4/19/11

Sorry to hear of the passing of Bill. Bill & I were friends thru high school. I haven't seen him since then, but do remember the fun we had at school. You are all in my prayers.

 

Kevin and Nancy Ovard posted on 3/29/11

My wife and I were friends with Will for the last few years. We met him at Golden links. We looked forward to meeting him and Chewy (I know this is not the correct spelling, it was French) each week for over 2 years. He had a gruf exterior but was as soft as a marshmellow on the inside. He told a great many stories, which we will always remember. He taught us the humility and simplicity of prayer. We enjoyed the time he spent at our home with the other residents of the Links for the picnics. He always cheered us up. I know he had hard times, especially when he had his surgeries and remember the visits to the care center when he begged us for a good hamburger. The picture of Santa and Will, is me when the jolly old fellow delivered hand tied lap blankets that my wife and I made. He was a great man and we loved him. We were out of town at the time of the funeral, but we wanted his family to know that we did care. We will miss him. Kevin and Nancy Ovard.

 

(barbara) Joette Manzanares posted on 3/18/11

We grew up to gether- I have sent a few memories to my cousin Yum(Marie) to share- they were not enough- but the important think is to not lose contact with his Son Adam- mycousin also- I and my husband Joe will miss Billy- my daughter and son also will not longer know him- His gift to my daugher -Teddy bear "Billy": continues to be a member of our family.My prayers are with my cousins (his brothers and sisters) Adam, Aunt Yum and Uncle Don.Love to all of you

 

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