As many of you know, Will had surgery for a brain tumor in January 2014. After radiation treatments and a slow recovery, he has been able to enjoy time with his family and have some traveling adventures. In November 2015 it was determined that the tumor had unexpectedly grown and spread. At that time Will declined further treatment. True to his nature, he entered hospice with calm resolve. In view of his grim prognosis he was reflective, and acknowledged his deep contentment with the life he's had - a long and happy marriage, children who brought him great joy, and a career which he loved. In the past few days Will's condition has changed dramatically. He now remains in bed and is becoming less responsive. He knows he is surrounded by love and that his comfort is assured.