William Stanley Cross of Pueblo West, Colo., went home to be with a Lord on Monday, Apr 17, 2018, during a age of 82. William was innate on May 25, 1935, to William Francis and Elizabeth Marie Cross in Brooklyn, N.Y., and will be remembered as a amatory father and father and for his enterprise for portion a Lord. He had a servant’s heart for assisting people and was a priest in a jail ministry, conversing women during a LaVista Prison and group during a San Carlos Prison. He was also an LPN during Parkview Medical Center. William was preceded in genocide by his parents, William Francis and Elizabeth Marie Cross; his in-laws, Wyley Johnson and Jennie Ann Tyler; and his brother, Kenneth Cross. He is survived by his mother of 32 years, Patsy Jane Cross of Pueblo West, Colo.; his son, William Francis “Bill” Cross of Aurora, Colo.; his daughters, Kathleen “Kathy” (Bill) Savage of Colorado Springs, Colo., Joyce Marie Schornick of Duncan, Okla., and Leona Ellis of Castle Rock, Colo.; his grandchildren, Jerry (Pam) Savage, David (Laura) Savage, Dan (Meredith) Savage, Angie (Sam) Brosseau, Megan Cross, Sam Schornick, Traci (Bill) Thompson, Kristoffer (Disa) Schornick and Brad (Monica) Schornick; his great-grandchildren, Mackenzie, Tyler, Shea, Emma, Logan, Derek, Colton (Kendra), Chase, Christian, DJ (Emily), Amber, Keirstin, Creed, Averee and Hudson; his brother, Gerald Ager of Pueblo West, Colo.; and his sister, Marie Zenker of San Diego, Calif. Visitation will take place during 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, Apr 28, 2018, with services immediately following during a Pueblo West Funeral Home, 381 S. Joe Martinez Blvd., Pueblo West, Colo. William was a late master sergeant in a United States Air Force, and funeral will take place during 1:30 p.m. Monday, Apr 30, 2018, during a Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver, Colo.