I am so sorry for your lost, and will be praying for you and family.
Dad, I will always love you and miss your presence in my life. I know you will continue to look out for me and Therese. Love you always.
Bill, you will be missed beyond measure. Thank you for lighting up our lives with your smile. Our prayers are with Anna and family, may God hold them tightly in his loving and comforting arms.
I am sincerely sorry for your loss Anna. Your life together seemed so blessed. Thank you! It's inspiring to see. Please call me if there is absolutely anything I can do. You, your family and Bill are in my prayers. Love you!
I am thinking of you and your family as you deal with today and the months to come. My heart goes out to you Anna. Bill always had a kind smile and friendly words. Im privledged to have known him. You are in my prayers.
A great man and great pilot! He shared his valuable wisdom and knowledge with many of us fellow aviators learning new planes and seats. We will miss him dearly.
Adrianna and Family,
So sorry for your loss! He sounds like an amazing man, someone that would have gotten along with many. Time will ease the pain you are feeling at this time, till you see him again.
Can't wait to see you again. Love you!
Bill's name is in my logbook many times. We flew a few of those military charters to the middle east together. Always a professional. RIP friend.
I will never forget Bill's sweet smile! I enjoyed every minute shared with him. He was fun to be with and to laugh with. He was a true great friend. I will miss him dearly. But I will see him again in GLORY LAND with Jesus!
To Bill's family,
I too enjoyed very much flying with Bill as his first officer on the DC-10. He was an excellent, intuitive pilot. We shared being Vietnam vets, a common bond that few who hadn't been there understand.
I flew with Bill at Continental during the turbulent times of the first bankruptcy, and he navigated through it with an admirably calm and circumspect demeanor. He managed his crew, both cockpit and cabin, with sensitivity and a sense of professional purpose that was totally admirable. I tried to incorporate his able leadership style into my own when I eventually upgraded to captain on the '10.
I know his loss leaves a gaping hole in the many hearts of those who loved and respected him for the hero that he was.
To those gone West....
Bear Owen (Ret)
I am so sorry for your loss. I flew as Bill's Fo on the DC-10 many times. He was always fun to fly with and a real gentleman. Please know that you and Bill are in my thoughts and prayers.
Dear Family and Friends,
Bill and I flew together at Continental Airlines during the best of times and the worst of times and I appreciated his friendship throughout. As a fellow Vietnam veteran I salute Bill and signal "thanks for being where it mattered when it counted... and welcome home."
I am terribly sorry to hear of this. Bill and I were in the October 1968 class at Continental together. We have had a number of fine times together over the decades. He was a gentleman. My best to you.
I am so sorry for your loss. I only met Bill a few times but he was such a sweet man and you could tell how much he loved you and loved life. I remember him and Larry talking about Flying. I am here for you. If you need anything at all you pick up the phone and call. Love you !
Bill We had a lot of good times and you will be truly missed. Gods speed on your flight west!
Uncle Bill, you will truly be missed. You are one of kind, and we love you!!
The ride is never long enough. Be at peace my brother, your bike is parked but you ride with all who knew you.
Uncle Bill, you will be missed.
Bill, You will truly be missed by all that have know you. It was my HONOR to know you through Rolling Thunder and all of our hearts are aching. God has you in his hands now - R.I.P. my friend.