Dear Wisuri Family,
Bill was my banking rep many years ago when I worked for a Chrysler dealership in Murray, KY. I thought the world of him. He was a one of a kind guy with a heart of gold. He always spoke so highly of you all. I lost contact with him about 4 years ago. I know he had fought a hard battle. I just happened to stumble upon his obituary & I wanted to let uou know how very sorry I am for your loss.
Sherri and kids, I am so sorry to hear about Bill. We have known him many years because of softball, he was always great fun. When I told Reed he said "he was such a nice guy", that was his memory of Bill being his coach.
Bill fought a long and hard fight, I'm so glad he got to see the kids graduate, I know he wanted so MUCH more. I am so glad we got to know him and your awesome family. So sad for your loss, The Rounders, Mike, Lu Ann, Reece and Reed
I didn't know Bill very well, he was kind, cooperative, considerate, and always followed up and got back with you. He was very easy to work with. He never complained and he will be missed.
Sherri, I never got to meet you and your children and only knew Bill the Last year. It was an honor to work with Bill. You and the children are in our thoughts and prayers, May God be with you. Tim and Kim Goldizen and family
Sherri, I am sorry to hear the news about Bill. I know it has been years but my heart sank when a man asked me if I knew Bill Wisuri, we were at a softball tourney with my daughter and we were talking about the old days, we were in Columbus Indiana. Becky and I were blessed to know you two and hope you and the kids will be ok. I know I am writing to much but I want you to know how much Bill meant to me. His smile will be remembered and I have always told people Bill is the best player I ever was teamed with, not to mention a great man. The kids can be proud to call him dad. All my condolences. Larry and Becky Morton