Dear Anita & family, David and I are so saddened to learn in St. Paul's Epistle of Bill's death. We learned from Sam & Ellen today, that Bill put up a long fight to beat this disease. We have fond memories of being with you both in E'ville years ago. Our love and prayers are with you.
Anita and family - I was very saddened to learn of Bill's death. I knew Bill through frequent consulting assignments for the last 10 years and I would consider him one of my closest clients. We spent time together in Evansville, but also at various conferences. He loved to talk about his family and was so proud of his children, their spouses, and his grandchildren. He was such a warm presence and I'm sure he touched many others the way he touched me. I will never forget Bill and I will be thinking of you all in this difficult time. I'm sorry I wasn't able to attend the ceremony.
Dear Anita and Family,
Dick and I are were out of town last week and are just getting back to Evansville. We are terribly sad to hear of Bill's passing. He sure fought this battle hard and long. We regret missing his service. We will be in touch. Please know that our hearts are broken for you and the girls. We are sending you our love and prayers.
Much love and Sympathy,
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family from all of us at the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra.
Dear Pam, Anita, Kira, Alyssa and families,
Our thoughts are with you at this very sad time. As I was spending time at Keuka yesterday, I thought of how we'd look forward to the arrival of Uncle Dorv, Aunt Vonnie, Pam and Bill for their annual summer visit. We have so many wonderful memories of those times.
We were so glad Bill and Anita were able to visit us last summer.
All the cousins will be thinking of you and Bill and what a great guy he was. He'll live on forever in our memories.