Dear family and friends , my sincere condolences to all of you , may the hearer of prayers give to the family and friends the comfort needed during this difficult time .
Cousin Bill you will be missed.
I know R.W."Bill" because he is my best friends father. From our first conversation, no matter the topic, he was well versed. He opened his home to me at a time when I was going back up the ladder of life, not down. He helped that. That's how he was. I will miss him, we all will miss him. One more thing. I hope GOD is a libertarian. If not, hold your prayers a bit, because GOD is going to be very busy.......R.I.P., Mr.Baruth
Losing someone who we truly cherished to death is a hard thing...We can be thankful to the God of all comfort for the fact that we can see them again right here on a peaceful new earth.
My deepest sympathies to all who knew and loved Bill. I met Bill in the mid-'90s through the Libertarian Party. He was an active member of our local Fox Valley LP. He loved to talk to people at our outreach booth at the McHenry County Fair, and spent many hours each day there every August along with Jim Young. The picture I'm attaching is of Bill and I at the 2010 McHenry County Fair.
May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.
Bill was a great guy. One of my favorites. He was always such a pleasure to talk with and work on volunteer LPI activities with. I shall miss him greatly.
I'm so sad to here of Bill's passing. He was quite a
mentor to me. I will miss him very much.
He was great fun to work with at The McHenry County Fair for almost a decade. Kathleen Fox Polizzi
Bill was a wonderful person, friend to many, and one of the best Toastmasters I have ever had the privilege to meet. I remember some of his speeches like it was yesterday ... why he was called Bill (it had to do with a girl:) and the many speeches he gave about being a Libertarian ... although our opinions differed, I knew that I would NEVER win the debate ... not with a great speaker and Toastmaster role model like Bill. He had such a quick wit and was loved dearly by everyone in Toastmasters. I will miss Bill and will always remember him fondly. Sincerely, Helen Lindquist