ERRATUM: Apparently Bill was born latter part of 1931, 3 1-2 months before me, not 1932, as I stated.
I find it ironic because I was thinking about Bill Joss last Summer, right about the time he died, I didn't discover his passing until months later. I knew Bill well back in the late 1940's through his sister,Jean, whom I dated as a steady, before going into the USAF in 1949. Bill and I were both born in 1932. Bill was probably the most personable guy I have ever known, back then or since. Very genuine fellow. You likely couldn't do much better to have him as your friend.
By the way, I was known as Rudy N. back then. "Ciao" Bill.
Sorry this is late. The computer objected when I tried before. Bill was my favorite person in the Department & a great mentor. He will be missed by many. So sorry for your loss.
I am an auditor from Calif office. Bill was definitely one of the assets to the department such a nice man. My heart goes out to the family. As a part time caregiver of an elderly parent , the long goodbyes are very tough. God Bless You All - Stephanie Spann
So sorry for your loss. Bill was a gentle man. A wonderful, caring man. He will be missed by all who knew him.
Barbara Dorman would like to send her sympathy to the Joss family.
The State of Michigan couldn't have found a better example to the many trainees that passed through Bill's classes. What an honor it was to have known him.
My sympathy to Bill's family. I went to high school with the Joss family and graduated with Jean in 1951. They were
all great people. Ron Kevern, Scottsdale, AZ
Great guy with great jokes. I called him Sarge and he called me Corporal.
Our sincere sympathy for your loss, Mar & Bob. Bill was a super guy.
Larry & Marge
I first met Bill in 1970 and worked with him for many years out of the Pontiac office. We worked a couple of audits together, one being in Cincinnati, Ohio. It was my pleasure knowing Bill all of these years. He was truly a wonderful person to know.