Our condolences to the family, especially to Kay and Julie from her German Cousin Arne Draeger. We've lighted a candle for William in our church in Neustadt-Glewe today. May God bless you! Silke and Arne
I have fond memories of working with "Mr. Jameson", helping to operate the black lights with the drill team. That was one of the most innovative and unique performances I had ever seen, and I, of course, enjoyed travelling with the drill team around the state. I offer my sincere condolances to Bill's family. He inspired thousands of students over the years; what an outstanding legacy!
My condolences to the family! May God bless
Mr. Jameson was a true disciplinarian, but trying to keep 100 girls under his safe watch, he was perfect for the job. His outstanding choreography, precision, and musical abilities were not missed. He was the best and made the Thunderbirds the best. I've thought of him often and am so grateful he was part of my life. Condolences to all.
I was just a little girl when I joined the Sparklers team. It was such an amazing experience being on a drill team and performing all over. I will never forget going to Utah. That was over three decades ago, but I still cherish the memories of performing. I also keep in touch with several team mates. Thank you for giving me such a wonderful experience, I remember always remember Mr. Jameson's smiling face.
When I first met Bill he was the Vice Principal at Boise High and directing the drill team I was a part of...much later he was a constant presence at my parents Super Bowl parties. But how I will remember him is as the man who took the time at my father's memorial to charm my children with stories of their grandfather. His kindness was unmatched.
What an amazing man! As a south junior high and a Borah High student when Mr. Jameson was at these schools, I fondly remember him, and am sorry for the loss to many people of such a gifted and special person.
I'm with Jaci, I'll miss his cooking, too. I'll miss his friendship over the years. I'm sure that Ken and Dad were there, among othrs, to greet him. Ken has been very close these last few days. Love you, Kay. Wish I were closer to just sit and visit, whenever.
The world is once again safe for trivial persuit and word game players, but the average flavor of the worlds food just took a major hit. Bill had an amazing mind, and could remember more than I ever learned. He also posessed spectacular culinary skills, and graced many palates with his gourmet cooking. I am pleased to have had Bill for a brother-in-law and thank him for giving my sister so many happy years.
Keep those lines straight in heaven!
Jessie Thaten Allen
BHS class of 65 and Former Thunderbird member
I was on the drill team under his direction...truly the most exciting memory of high school was walking into Kezar Stadium in the early foggy morning. He was the kindest man ever and had the most intense focus I'd ever seen. Sorry for your loss. Chic Haroian Rementeria...Class of 67
To Kay and all of Bill's family, Sue and I send our deepest condolences. We are so saddened to learn of Bill's passing. He was an extraordinary man in every sense. We will always have treasured memories of our times together at the Sun Valley Jazz Jamboree and partaking of Bill's fabulous Chinese cooking with him and Kay at their home in Boise. Please know you are all in our prayers. Bob & Sue Drager, Oceanside, CA
MR. JAMESON Bill you made a difference in many young people in the schools you worked at. I was a real lucky one as I knew the real Bill Jameson not just MR. JAMESON I thank you your formor student and Friend from the class of 1978 Borah High School. BRADFORD T SPARKS
I'm going to miss his great cooking! I send my love to you Kay and all the family. Bill will always be my inspiration for how to keep your mind active as we grow older.