My favorite memory with Bill was the cream pie in the face. He told me many times he would get even with me. He got even with me by not doing anything! He will be greatly missed by friends and family.
I never met Bill but I knew of him through many members of his loving family. Seems he lived a full life here and served our God well. Now, he rejoices with Jesus every day. Thank you, Bill for your untiring spirit. Peace be with you and your family.
Cathie, I didn't realize that Bill was your dad. He is a legend in Salamanca. I cannot tell you the number of times that people spoke so highly of him. Now I see where your love of Christ comes from. May God give you comfort from so many happy memories.
So sorry about Bill Sr. what a lovely man. Used to do Radio Show for us on WGGO Sunday mornings. He was an insperation to all of us. Sorry I missed this am in Florida.
Celebrating a life well lived. We have many memories of faithful and fun man. Prayers are with the family.
Uncle Bill officiated at our wedding in 1967 - I think it was his first wedding. David is now in heaven, joining with Uncle Bill in praising our Savior.
We have many wonderful memories of Bill and his family mostly centered at Camp Li-Lo-Li going back to the early 60's. Bill was a real blessing to us. We rejoice that he is with The Lord. We know his family will miss him and they are certainly in our prayers.
In Christ's love,
I met your dad years ago but when I saw the picture in the paper my stomach took a leap. Until I read the age of the man I breathed more easily and realized that it was your dad. So sorry for your loss but what a long wonderful life he had. I know you find peace knowing that he is with our Lord
Harriet and Bob Schauman
I met "Uncle Bill", at LiLoLi' in the late 70'searly 80's. I was 10. He made being a christian,fun, and very real. I know hewill be missed, but must take comfort in KNOWING, that we will see "unleBill" again in Glory. may God bless,and keep you,till then.
Memories of Camp Li-Lo-Li and Whole Way House just flood my mind when I think of Uncle Bill. I am sure he heard the words "Well done thy good and faithful servant". The Lamb's Book of Life must contain a lot of names that Uncle Bill was instrumental in leading to our Lord. I am richly blessed to have known and served with him. May the God of all comfort - comfort each of his family members in his passing. A life well lived.
Uncle bill touch do many native American lives mine included. He was a great roll model, mentor and friend and will surely be missed. You are in great hands now uncle bill, I'll see you again for that volleyball game...
Looking forward to seeing you again in glory Uncle Bill. Thank you for all the great camp memories over the years. You were one of a kind.
I don't think I ever saw him without a smile. We commend a life well lived. Arthur remembers with fondness, helping him build Fort Seneca in the beginning stages, and says it was a pleasure working with him and hearing him share his vision for the camp and observing his work ethic. He was thrilled to be able to fulfill Uncle Bill's dreams in cutting down extra giant trees so that Fort Seneca could be all that he longed for, without being too crowded. Well done, good and faithful servant.
I will always remember, that on Sunday Morning I would say, "And now here is todays Speaker." And Bill Sr., would share the most insightful Bible study over WGGO 1509am. I remember the day Betty and I surprized him with the original theme to Voice of Many Waters, the second the piano started He just smiled from ear to ear. See you soon Brother, and Thank You Lord for Bill Ferguson Sr. a men