I worked at Reasor's Pharmacy for 7 years, and some of my brightest moments were getting to help Bill. He was truly one of the sweetest customers I had the pleasure of waiting on. He always brought a smile to my face. Your family will be in my thoughts.
Bill and I attended New Home school tgether. They lived one mile north of my home. Bill and his two older brothers used to come visit my dad,mon and me from time to time but I think it was to eat our apples in the winter from the cellar. Don McHone
We have many fond memories of visiting Bill, especially at the family reunions that used to be held at his farm. He was always kind and loved to talk and tell very interesting stories. We always enjoyed our visits. We are going to miss him.
We will not be able to attend the service but our thoughts and prayers are with you all. May God and your many good memories comfort you at this time.
I will never forget Uncle Bill's smile. I remember as a little girl going to see him and he would take us up to the barn to see the pigs and cows. He was always smiling. Years later when he was admitted into the nursing home in Fort Gibson, I went by to see him and he still greeted me with that big ol smile of his. Even though I don't know you all very well, I'll be thinking of you during this difficult time and I'm glad I got to know Uncle Bill. Alicia Barrington-Rodgers
We're keeping you in your prayers. Eddie & Sue Molloy