William “Will” Charles Norris Greco
William “Will” Charles Norris Greco, age 28, of Springfield, Missouri, passed away suddenly Sunday, July 19, 2020. He entered this life June 1, 1992, in Springfield, Missouri, the son of William and Kandace (Kinsey) Greco. His mother and grandmother have preceded him in death. Will was joined in marriage April 20, 2014, to Karen Ingraham. Arrangements and cremation are under the direction of Cremations of the Ozarks.
With a smile on his face, Will was always playing jokes and making people laugh. He was hardly ever serious, filling a room with happiness and joy. Will loved children and always put others first. Will enjoyed cooking and sharing his creations with others, dedicating many years of work as head chef. He loved all kinds of music, especially rap. With a free spirit, Will was always exploring new avenues of adventure. He has touched many lives and will live on in memories as a fun-loving, happy man.
Will is survived by his wife of six years, Karen Greco of Springfield, Missouri; six children: Selena Allen, Dominique Cano, Jacob Cano, Mason McKee, Cody Lutz, and Thomas Childs, all of Springfield, Missouri; father, William Greco of Springfield, Missouri; and two sisters: ReaAnn Kinsey of Fair Grove, Missouri, and Katherine Greco of Dixon, Tennessee. He is also survived by six aunts: Seanna Harris of Springfield, Missouri; Kiki (Mike) Schlitz of Benton, Arkansas; Tina (Todd) Hinmon of Albuquerque, New Mexico; Melissia King of Kansas City, Missouri; Sissy Montgomery of Springfield, Missouri; and Brena King of Springfield, Missouri.
Other survivors include two uncles: David King of Springfield, Missouri, and Matt Greco of Mount Vernon, Missouri; thirteen cousins: Brandon (Kristina) King, Tyler Willis, Chris Greco, Gary Greco, Zoie Greco, Eva Greco, Angela Greco, Kayla Greco, Violet King, Aiden King, Nevaeh King, Axel Greco, and Jayden Greco; grandparents: Gary and Eva Greco and Sharon Dulin; two beloved dogs: Izzy and Phoenix; and many adopted “family” and friends.
A memorial service is being planned for a later time. To leave an online condolence, please visit www.cremationsoftheozarks.com.