I can't write enough good words about Bill. I worked with him in the main office at PL, until 1955. He was always a jovial person, the kind that I was tickled to talk to every day. I was also acquainted with Verna. Both were good people. Have a good journey my friend.
R.I.P. Bill. You were truly one of a kind at PALCO, you gave me my very first job on the switchboard. You always had a smile of kindness.
So sorry to hear of Bill's passing. He was one of the nicest people I have ever been lucky enough to meet. I couldn't have asked for a better boss and will always look back with fond memories of working with him at PALCO. RIP, Bill. You will be sadly missed my all who were fortunate enough to have known you. God Bless.
Bill will truly missed by all.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
I am so sorry for your loss. Bill was a fine man.
Sorry to hear of Mr. Hunsaker's passing. Knew of him from playing against him, on the old P.L. softball games. Very nice gentleman and another World War 2 veteran has passed. Rest in Peace
We are so broken-hearted and so very sorry to hear of Bill's passing. We knew it was time for a visit but were waiting until we caught some fish to take to him. Loved to visit with him and Sandy. We considered Bill a great long time friend. He will be sorely missed.
So sorry to hear of Bill's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Glenn and Myrna Davis
Sandy, Ceclia and Sharon. My father Millard Barisdale also worked at Palco. He always spoke very highly of Bill. My mom Virginia, Ed and I attended Scotia Union Church with yourselves. She always spoke highly of the Hunsackers. Mr. Hunsacker was a member of the greatest generation, a member of the Scotia Union Church, a Husky, and a Palco Lumberjack. Above all a patriot who served his country, raised and cared for his family, and was a contributing member to the community. A job well done. RIP and God Bless. Roger, Yoko, and Ed Barisdale