My blessing are with the family at this time. I knew Bill through the Shawnee/Evergreen Community Association. The Association and City will miss this great man. I loved his passion.
June, Colin, Cam, Heather, Janet & family,
I was saddened to read the news today of Bills passing. I have always remembered and appreciated his kindness and respect and after so many years I have been hard pressed to meet anyone near his calibre. The world is a little less kind (& logical) today and I can only offer my sincere condolences to you all.
I met Bill several years ago while he served on the Ward 13 President's Council. Quiet and unassuming, he brought a balanced point of view to the table, easily earning the respect of his colleagues on the Council. His contributions were valuable in shaping the community he was so proud of. I looked forward to our chats where he shared with pride his love of family. He will be missed. My sincere condolences to his family.
A man for all seasons, a thoughtful, caring, interesting human being. I worked part time first for Cameng in 1979 and then when June retired, full time. He was an excellent Engineer and a fair boss. Most of all, a dear friend. Duncan and I send our condolences to the whole family.
I first met Bill in 1973 when I joined Corrosion Service....a great guy and a fountain of knowledge. Condolences to his family
Cam, Celeste and family. Our thoughts are with you.
Bob & Patti
The first time I met Bill was 1980. What a gentleman and great guy to know. The world was a better place with him in it.