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December 08, 2012
Bill you worked hard for the things you believed in and contributed to your family, friends & community bless you, your work is done and your legacy lives on.

The Wells family
December 02, 2012
I remember Bill for all the right reasons. His fun, his enjoyment of life, his valuing other people and his unfailing courtesy. We had many good times together over more than 30 years of community education interactions. He was a champion for the cause and made a huge impact on those he met. I will always remember him asking me to bring him sheep skins from Australia and I am glad that I was able to. Fondly remembered. Tony Townsend
December 02, 2012
My sympathy is with you Victoria and your family. Your dad was a wonderful person and instructor.
A former student
Dr.Elizabeth Alderman
Riviera Bch., Florida
November 30, 2012
There is very little anyone can do or say at a time like this,but there is something that must be said about Dr. Kerensky. He impacted and influenced many during his life time. His life represented the very highest in wisdom, and love for community. As my professor at FAU he inspired me to do my very best. I thank him for shaping my career and helping me to achieve my greatest potential. He will be greatly remembered and missed.
November 29, 2012
As the current Eminent Scholar in Community Education, Bill and I shared a lot of conversations about the history of the field and all its great founders. Bill was a walking historian and a legendary advocate for community education. He inspired more people that can be counted nationwide and will be missed. The void that has been created with his lost and that of Dr. Larry Decker in this year is tremendous.
Bill and I were office mates--across the hall from one another. I was his tech support when he could not operate his computer or printer (which I think he broke on purpose so he could have someone to talk to instead of a machine). I think he just wanted an excuse to not mess with the technology.
I loved to see his eyes light up when he retold his stories about Mott and Melby and all the other greats. I saw that same intensity when he talked to his doctoral students that understood the significance of paying homage to the past in their work.
I will miss him. I have his "Eminent Scholar rocking chair". He did not get to see that I was having it restored for him to sit and visit. He did get to see the "preface" to the "technology book related to community education" that he is going to be in January 2013--that is a bit ironic that the non-techie is leaving his legacy for others to follow. Miss you, Bill. Val

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