William Frank Bush

To Everything There Is A Season…

            On Saturday, December 30, 2017, God called one of his children back home - William Frank Bush.  In his infinite wisdom, God sealed the lips of His child.  He transitioned from his earthly home to join his father and the angels in a journey to his new home in Glory.

 

A Time To Be Born…

William Frank Bush was born June 28, 1985 in Simpsonville, South Carolina.  He was the middle child of Janice and Ronny Bush, also the twin brother of Jeremy Bush.  Most that knew William called him by his last name, “Bush.”  He had an enormous and optimistic outlook on life from a young age. 

 

A Time To Plant…

William received his formal education in the Greenville County Public School system.  After realizing the importance of an education, William received his GED through hard work and pure dedication.  His adult life consisted of multiple pressure washing jobs because he had a true passion for it.  He worked for Tri-State Hood Cleaning, Grime Fighters, and Ameri-Pak before he passed.

 

A Time To Reap…

            William was a devoted father, son, brother, grandson, nephew, and friend to all those around him.  He loved his daughter Vanessa more than life itself and would do anything he could to give her whatever she needed.  He was also a person anyone could call on for help because he would drop everything to be the person to fix the problem.

Early on in his life, William enjoyed competition skateboarding and paintballing, and he also excelled in recreational baseball and football throughout his youth.  William’s first love was always baseball, though.  His father Ronny introduced him to the game at a young age, when they would attend Greenville Braves games.

When William wasn’t enjoying life with his daughter Vanessa, he loved watching and attending sporting events for his beloved USC Gamecocks and the Atlanta Braves.  He never left the house without a baseball cap on, which most of the time was a USC or Atlanta cap because he loved both teams equally.

He was very spontaneous and down to try anything once.  He enjoyed the thrill and excitement of whatever lied ahead during these free moments, and his smile would light up any room when he was able to enjoy this freedom.

 

A Time To Remember…

            He leaves to cherish his memory: his wife, Amanda Alexander Bush; daughter, Vanessa Alexis Bush; mother, Janice Bush; siblings, Maleah Cobb, Amanda Bush White, and Jeremy Bush; grandmother, Margie Land; brother-in-law, Bobby Cobb; sisters-in-law, Candice White and Tabitha Bush; three nieces; one nephew; and a host of other relatives and friends.

            He was preceded in death by: his father, Ronny Bush; grandmother, Joyce Bush; and two grandfathers, James Earl Land and Frank Bush, Jr.