Joan - I was very sad to hear about Bill. I only met the two of you recently, and it was a great pleasure. Bill was such a modest, well-mannered and pleasant man, and really good company to sit with at dinner - that first night in Florida. He had left a great impression on me and I share just one small part of your great loss. Take care
Joan and Sandy, my comments to you both yesterday cannot begin to convey my (our) sorrow for your (and our)loss. Yes our loss as well because as you know, Bill was a very special person in my life having befriended me early in my career at First National, a friendhip which was sustianted over time, circumstances and distance. We had many great memories including business trips to Ireland, California and slippery rides on Gary Ave in the snow to name a few. Moveoever, Bill left his mark on all of the Technology advances he embraced and engineered to the benefit of his benefactors including First National, a very high bar in that world respected by all who worked with him.
On the personal side, Dee and I always enjoyed you and your family and the hospitality of your home and friends. We will miss him and remember him fondly.
I regret having to miss the service due to a conflct but my thoughts were with you.
Charlie and Dee Siegmann
Worked with Bill at CheckFree he was a good guy
BILL WAS A GOOD MAN AND A GREAT CLASSMATE AT MT. ST. JOE AND LOYOLA COLLEGE. I KNOW HE WILL BE MISSED BY HIS GOLDEN GAEL FRIENDS AND HIS FAMILY AND ALL WHO KNEW HIM. PEACE BE WITH HIM AND ALL WHO LOVED HIM. ALEX SCHILPP.