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September 24, 2018

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June 15, 2018
Bill was one of my oldest and finest friends. He was the type of friend that time and distance did not dilute. We met in Lexington in 1967 and have maintained a close relationship since that time. The early days were pre anything - marriage, kids, income, passion for life. We grew together. We shared highs and lows of each other's life. We traded dry shoulders or boots in the butt, whichever was needed.
A person is lucky in life to know, and be a friend of, a person like Bill. He will be missed by me but I will do as he would wish - tonight I will have two fingers of Kentucky bourbon and toast the memories of our great times together.
Ron Lemon
June 13, 2018
I met Bill when I was 8 and he was 10. We grew up next door to each other in Louisville near Cherokee Park. We golfed together, swam together and explored the park together. We kept in touch through the years. There was not a time when Bill did not call me on my birthday. Ours fathers took us to many Louisville Basketball games. There was a time when Bill wore Red, honest!
My condolences to Kelsey and Bo.
So long old friend, you will be missed and forever remembered. Peace.