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July 10, 2014
A fine teacher, genuine gentleman, incisive in thought and speech. A kind and generous man. First rate mind, but above all a first rate man. Will remember him with great affection
-Charles O'Connell, Grad Student '79-83
June 29, 2014
Thinking of Bill, an extraordinarily talented, funny, charming and wise brother-in-law, with admiration, very much love, and very fond memories of erudite and dynamite conversations about all manner of recondite topics.
June 21, 2014
the news of Bill's untimely death was such a schock and sorrow - he had been such an interesting, earnest, and valued colleague, and a kind and congenial friend - when he first came to Syracuse we used to go over the American Revolution - I generally took Ben Franklin's side - Bill, of course, was much more suspicious - I'm afraid with Bill gone scoundrels and smugglers will in the history books more often hoodwink old BF, without Bill to track them down - RIP, Bill
June 16, 2014
Professor Stinchcombe was one of my favorite mentors at SU. My notebooks from his classes are full of his wit, and at times, outrageous comments. We couldn't wait for his next class to hear what he might say. He pushed me to better a historian and teacher. His example will not be forgotten in this former student. Peace and prayers to the Stinchcombe family.

Jon Scott Logel
Naval War College
Newport, Rhode Island
June 16, 2014
Bill was one of the best Prof's I had at SU. Rigorous. Demanding. Fair. Post grad he was a mentor and friend. His ear was valuable to me thru testy times and he always had that unique chuckle / laugh. He changed my life - for the better! I sorry to learn of his passing. Too young. A brilliant man who "got it". The sky gets a new star. The earth loses some brilliance. Peace to his caring soul.
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