Wow - I remember seeing him a few times, but I don't think we ever talked. Way, way too young.

Condolences to his family and friends and everyone at PRS.
Very sad. I am sorry. I never met him but he was way way too young. Peace to all.
Met him a few times at some of Experience events and always had a great time talking to him....He will be missed
My condolences to all of Grover's family and friends. I never met him personally but after seeing his picture, I recognize him. Maybe from Exp or other people's pictures. I saw many PRS players showing their love and respect for Grover today. RIP Grover.
Man that is just terrible stuff. :( I never got to meet him personally but he looks like he's about my age, which is way too young. :bawling: Thoughts and prayers go out to his family.
I spent all of yesterday in a cloud. It doesn't seem real. Anyone that knows Grover knows that he was always wearing a smile admist running around and was the life any group he was in. The guy bled PRS and put more guitars in the hands of artists than we could possibly count. I know to people on the outside thats what A&R does but think about it - think of all the songs that were written because they were inspired by their guitar to play a little longer. How many of our favorite tunes were written because Grover got them the instrument they needed. I never thought about it like that until yesterday. He touched more people than we, or even he, will ever know.

The coveted annual 11PM ambush on the beer truck will never be the same without you.

My condolences to the Duvall family, his brothers and sisters at PRS and simply anyone who ever met him - we lost a good one.
Grover, Rest in Peace, Hope your playing in the "Great Gig in the Sky."

For the rest of us:

"And I am not frightened of dying, any time will do, I
Don't mind. Why should I be frightened of dying?
There's no reason for it, you've gotta go sometime."
"I never said I was frightened of dying." Pink Floyd
I didn't know Grover, but it sounds like he left a positive mark on his friends, co-workers and neighbors. I can't think of a better legacy.
God bless his friends and family.

rws / John