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February 19, 2013
In my 45 years of pipe collecting, Bill was one of the nicest guys I met. we had some great times at the Chicago shows. I was glad that my kletter to Tracey Mincer got him started on the Custombilt book. It turned out great. He will be ever so sorely missed.
Fred Janusek
February 01, 2013
I have not personally met Bill, but he has made an impact in my life.

Gid's blessings, love and peace to his family.
January 11, 2013
Thinking of you, Pam. What a giant loss this must be. Wishing you all that is good and sustaining.
January 09, 2013
We just got back into town and heard the sad news of Bill's passing. Our condolences to you, Pam, upon the loss of your long-time mate and friend. We'll miss seeing him at the Zeppelin concerts and other places around Columbus. He was one of the really good men in everyone's lives.
January 09, 2013
Pam and family: So so sorry to hear about Bill's passing. Pam, you were his shining star, rock and excellent care giver. You fought for him till the very end. Bill will be missed.
January 08, 2013
We were sorry to learn of Bill's death. We met Bill soon after we founded Columbus Monthly in June, 1975, and he authored the cover story for the fourth issue, September, 1975. It was a funny, irreverent recollection about his time as a bench-warming football player for OSU and Coach Woody Hayes, titled "Hiding from Woody: Memoirs of a Green Weeny." We remember Bill as a witty and talented guy.

Lennie and Max Brown
January 08, 2013
My thoughts and prayers to Pam ... thank you for sharing the example of your dedicated marriage ..my prayers for all of the family and friends who are grieving.
January 07, 2013
Sorry to hear of Bill's passing. It is always sad to lose a Mounder. My condolences to his family and friends.
January 07, 2013
So sorry Pam. Margaret and I will always remember the Sundays we spent watching our shows at your house and what great fun it was. All our love. Tom and Margaret
January 07, 2013
To: Pamela Millnitz Unger & Family

My condolences on Bill's passing. I remember him from when I was a “walk on” on The Ohio State University football team. Our next meeting was when I met you and Bill when I was selling widow Gastel Ebert's large “mansion” at 800 Franklin Avenue for $16,000, and catching hell for my advertising it as “another German Village.” Pam, you can be proud that you and Bill recognized the potential of the area and pioneered in what is now Olde Towne East. I often thought of you two and wondered how you were doing. I am certain that you made a good investment in the “decaying mansion” 35 years ago.

I fondly remember that Bill liked his pipe, which was a bit unusual for a young guy back then. You had many happy years together as the obituary implied, and I was happy to see that you stayed together in the old mansion for many of those years. I remember that Bill was an English major and was impressed to see that he got a masters and Ph.D. If there is anything I can do for you in your time of sorrow, please do not hesitate to ask.
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