Bill made our lives better, as he did for everyone who knew him. Our deepest sympathies to Adrienne and family. We will continue to cherish Bill every day.
So sorry for the loss of the loved one. Mr.Bill Eppridge, he went down in history as someone who knew his job and did it well. May the God of comfort, comfort you during this difficult time.
Sorry to hear of your loss. May you find comfort in our Creator and in his word the Bible
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Dear Adrienne, We will miss Bill at Painter Ridge Farm, we all enjoyed his company and the interesting stories he would tell us, what a great guy he was. He will be truly missed by all who knew him, Love Mary
Adrienne and family, so sorry to learn your dear Bill has gone to rest. May the promise found at Psalms 37:29 give you comfort that one day will be able to live forever.
We will be forever grateful for Mr. Eppridge's covering of the 1968 Robert F. Kennedy campaign. Bill's pictures and books capture the rich history of that time and will be gifts to us always. We were very sorry to hear of his passing and send our condolences to his wife and sisters.
The family of Hugh McDonald -- Nancy, Joseph, Deborah and Jay Nelson.
I am sorry for your family's loss. Bill had a truly impressive body of work. May your memories of time together comfort you. I wish you peace.
To the entire family. Please accept my condolences. May the God who gives peace be with you all in this time of sorrow. Rom 15:33.
May our Father be with you during this trying time.
Resting in the arms of Jesus
The news of Bill's passing filled us with great sadness. It was a honor to hear Bill speak, to meet the two of you at the Fairfield Museum, and to exchange autographed copies of our respective books. His keen eye, unassuming demeanor, and willingness to share intimate details of his life and career was unique in so rightly famous and accomplished a photojournalist as was Bill. Although Linanne and I only met the two of you once, we were touched by your shared love and work. The profession is diminished by his loss, as is the world. Our hearts go out to you.
Linanne Sackett and Barry Z Levine
Adrienne, We are saddened to hear the news of Bill. Terry and Randi, as you know, Bill and I grew up together on the same street in Richmond, Virginia. I never knew a time when I did not know Bill. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to all of you. Though the family moved away when Bill and I were 12, we kept in touch for many years and of course my wife and I followed his photographic achievements in Life, SI and NATGEO magazines. Over the years my wife and sons have heard many a tale of the fond memories that Bill and I shared while growing up together.
May the God of all Comfort be with you.
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
My condolences to the family and friends during this difficult time. Jojhn 5:28
May Jesus bind up your broken hearts and comfort all the mourning ones.
Isaiah 61:1, 2
My heartfelt sympathy goes out to your family at this most difficult time. Please be assured that God will help you cope with the heavy weight of your loss.
I always appreciated our friendship from Archmere and years beyond.His passing is a loss for all his friends.
my dear Adrienne we here at Northville hardware will truly miss Bill he was stand up guy always so nice guess we will miss his famous I reckon so.again my prayers for you mike
We were deeply saddened to hear the news about Bill. My husband, Paul, knew and worked with Bill when he was a contract photographer at SI. He was greatly admired and will long be remembered. Our heartfelt sympathies to his family.
Adrienne, I am so sorry for your loss. Bill's photography showed a glimpse of his incredible heart. May you find peace as you reflect on so many memories of your love.
in God's care rest in peace
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Dear Adrienne, my prayers are with you and Bear. Bill will be missed beyond words. Tae Duffy
I met Mr. Eppridge many times at various photography workshops over the years including the Eddie Adams Workshop in upstate New York. His talks were mesmerizing and his images inspiring. I learned a great deal from him and he will not be forgotten. My condolences to his family.