Bill-Minahan-Obituary

Bill Minahan

Saint Petersburg, Florida

Age 84

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

I am the man I am today because of him .

Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss…our thoughts are with you and your family during Bill's home coming celebration. For evermore we will cherish Bill's optimistic and inspirational spirit in our hearts.

Losing someone so much loved and adored is difficulty. May the family and friends find comfort in the God of comfort.

Martha & family, my sincere condolences on Mr. Minahan's passing. He will always be Mr. Minahan, my fiery athletic director who had a soft spot for the soccer team because we were winners. He could inspire you to a win, or inspire you to clean up the lunchroom if you left a mess as well. I loved seeing Martha & Bill stop by the Yankees from their road trips & enjoying life. But the fire was always there! Thank you Mr. Minahan for being a man for others in all aspects. Thank you...

God bless you Billy, Rosanne and Martha.
Thanks coach! Great times playing for you!

Martha, Carl, Billy, Rosanne and your families are in my prayers. I am so sorry for your loss, but hope you fnd peace in the memories of an amazing person. He was dearly loved by so many! Sincerely, Bobby Watson

Coach Minahan was a blessing to all those he touched - God bless "Wild Bill"! He was a great Coach and leader, but most of all he made us all better. It is an honor and privilege to have had the opportunity to share in his life.
- Bobby Watson

110% - thanks coach, great memories. Thoughts and prayers to the family. Class of '81

Coach brought the best out in all of us, even the kids who weren't on the Football team. His PE Classes were legendary also.He will not be forgotten , as he shaped the lives of many young men. Our prayers and condolences to the Minahan's and their family.

Obituary

Bill's Obituary

Bill Minahan, a 20-year Jesuit High football coach, died Monday at Tampa General Hospital. He was 84. "Wild Bill" Minahan led Jesuit High to the state football championship in 1968. He also worked at the school as athletic director, and coached at Plant High and Jefferson High. He also...

Read More