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June 27, 2018
As a Rutgers University classmate, fraternity brother and friend of Bill Duane's for more than a half century, this is to salute his fighting spirit, intense curiosity, sense of humor and joy of living. Billy, as we called him, was all in to whatever task, work, or cause he made his own. His original family went back into American history from Ben Franklin to the Ravenels of Swamp Fox fame to the pioneers of Hilton Head. The pride he took in the life he lived was having a positive influence on all he touched from his wives, Jane and Pam, his stepson Peter, many family members, players he coached, students he taught, andnot leasthis affluent employers. His was a life passionately lived and felt. Rest In Peace, old amigo, RUDU, and roommate. You'll be missed by many, especially those who appreciate the contributions you made in your unique and courageous passage through this vale of tears. Dikai, Pablo
September 30, 2017
No one ever forgets their high school principal, teachers or coach,but the coach is special. He plays with them. He will always be a part of the best time in their lives. and This Principal loved him too. Charlie Spann
September 26, 2017
I am grateful to have known Bill. He impressed me as strong even as his body fought debilitating cancer. He was so bright and an incredibly hard worker whether coaching students or working in harmony with nature. He loved his family and was a loyal friend. Addie was the joy of his final years. I appreciate the many gifts Bill brought to this life. Now as those who love him grieve, Bill is free from pain and on to the next adventure.
Linda Barnes

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