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January 17, 2017

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June 6, 2016
Bill Freeman gave me my first job in broadcasting while I was a Jr. In high school. Somehow he had confidence in an 18 year old to repair the transmitter without blowing it up. Thanks to Bill, I worked for the next 46 years as an engineer in radio and TV. I ran into him at an NAB in Dallas in the 80's. He recognized me and asked what I was doing then. I have always considered him a mentor and been thankfull for that opportunity.
Ralph Gould
January 12, 2016
I jus now found out we lost him.. I tried to call him and the phone was disconected its very hard to believe that hi is gone we work together for many years in el gran mercado in the entertainment dep. My condolences for his wife and the whole family...god bless his hearth RIP..BILL FREEMAN
April 2, 2014
You have my deepest sympathy. May good memories provide solace for you and your family during this challenging time and may God provide you with the assurance that you will see your loved one again. (John 17:3)
April 1, 2014
I have had the pleasure to have known Bill in his later years. Bill also ran a Hobby Shop in Phoenix and his love of anything mechanical or electrical was evident in the things the store carried. Bill loved toy trains and through that connection we met. In recent years Bill and I would set up sales tables next to each other so I could assist him in the selling of some of his trains. Always kind and happy, the stories he told of his life time life in the Valley would keep my attention for hours. He will certainly be missed by me and all his friends in our local train club.
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