Funeral Plans Announced For Bill Grimm

The funeral arrangements have been announced for J.H. Rose teaching assistant and former first responder Bill Grimm.

Grimm was killed in a car accident in Greenville early Tuesday morning. The Medical Examiner's Office ruled the death as natural causes. They say he died from a heart attack due to high blood pressure.

The family will hold a visitation Friday evening for friends. A memorial service for Grimm will take place Saturday at 11 a.m. at St. James United Methodist Church in Greenville.

Grimm worked as the first responder for the J.H. Rose football team when one of its players, 16-year-old player JaQuan Waller, died back in 2008. His death came after suffering two concussions in one week, prompting changes regarding concussions and high school sports.



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There is new information about the death of J.H. Rose teaching assistant and former first responder Bill Grimm. He died in an early Tuesday morning accident.

Greenville police say the single-car accident was reported just before 4 a.m. on Memorial Dr. at the intersection of Country Club Dr.

Friends of Grimm's tell WITN the 60-year-old was the one killed in the accident.

The Medical Examiner's Office has ruled the man's death as natural causes. They say he died from a heart attack due to high blood pressure.

Police say they do not expect to release any more information on the crash until Wednesday afternoon.

Grimm worked as the first responder for the J.H. Rose football team when one of its players, 16-year-old player JaQuan Waller, died back in 2008. His death came after suffering two concussions in one week, prompting changes regarding concussions and high school sports.


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