Obituary of Joseph Allan Wills
November 11, 1991 - Revelstoke, British Columbia
November 5, 2023 - Calgary, Alberta
Joseph "Joey" Wills, we love you and miss you. It came too suddenly, a shock, we wish to soften, now gone from our physicality and frames of life.
An avoidable death too soon, all to common in our time, the Plandemic is an assault by the “OWNERS”, a deliberate culling of the population, and who now threaten all of our lives, it is a clear and present danger. We who are left behind, in this man created hell, must work the rites to bring heaven back down to earth. Restore our Kingdom! We come to receive our gift of the earth with our life, only to find ourselves on this plane and all has been stolen. Man is not Free! Clearly since the injections, hell has come to reign.
Gone far too soon, we mourn and grieve our loss and ask our creator for his Grace and love. Joey, so special, a deep and thoughtful soul, was very loving, giving and kind, to all he met and knew, and in spite of his own pain he found joy in comforting and helping others. He kept it all inside, hurt on the inside love on the outside.
Joey also enjoyed standup comedy, one of the recent jokes he left on his phone was: “I don’t particularly like history movies because I know how they’re going to end.” He was really happy to be cheered on and have people like him.
Born in Revelstoke, BC, attending Jolliet High School and went on to studies at McGill. He was a member of the Canadian Navy HMCS Tecumseh and volunteered with various organizations. Joey worked as a water treatment engineer, was a computer wiz and knowledge gatherer.
We are all under attack, this death was not just one of us, this is a global crime we must all face, to become the saviours of our creators Grace.
In living memory of Joseph Allan Wills, a tree will be planted in the Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area by McInnis & Holloway Funeral Homes, Deerfoot South, 12281 – 40th Street SE, Calgary, AB T2Z 4E6, Telephone: 403-203-0525.