William-Bange-Obituary

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William E. Bange

St. Petersburg, Florida

Feb 23, 1936 – Feb 18, 2018

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BANGE, William E., age 81, passed away February 18, 2018 at the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital in Tampa, FL. William was born February 23, 1936 in Martinsville, IN, the son of Isaac and Edith Bange. Bill spent his entire life entertaining others with his vocal and musical abilities. He...

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Many condolences. Bill came to my studio for several months of lessons. We had very interesting discussions. He often made very nice remarks about our students on FB. Most sincerely. Linda Lalonde

May this candle stay lit in your memory. God will provide a sign to each of us that were so blessed to call you brother-in-law, Papa, Daddy, Oompah, Uncle, friend or husband. We will be reminded daily of how you touched our lives. I pray each of us always remember how special you are. As you join our other family members may the heavens sing so loud you can be heard by all of us that grieve our loss.
Sing loud, draw lots & keep telling your stories!
Here's to missing you...

I will miss your great humor Bill, through songs , jokes, and the beautiful artwork you made you truly have God given talent. you always thought of your friends through holidays by sending F.B. cards....I know you will be singing those great tunes for your new audience the Angels now! Thanks so much for your military service honoring us and our great country...we will see you again one day my friend!!!

Bill you were such a dear friend to me I will miss you. Your now one of Gods Angels.

Thank you for your Military service and RIP Bill❤ We will miss your funny jokes and guitar playing. Praying for you all!

Dad was able to make almost anything funny. He loved to be entertaining people whether he was singing or telling one of his "true stories".... over and over and over. Once mom had her heart surgery she couldn't remember what you told her so dad could tell her his jokes and stories she'd probably heard a thousand times and they were new and funny again. I wish I could hear him tell me one of those stories right now. I love you Papa❤❤❤

my condolences to Bill's family--He and Roy made great music together and were good friends--RIP Bill

He was my wonderful father in-law. I thank him for all his kindness and love he showed me all his life. I will miss his songs and his great jokes. The best father in-law anybody could ask for. Now he is resting in heaven with my wonderful mother in-law. They will be singing and looking down to us blessing us from above. God bless him and her. Love you both forever.

RIP Poppa. You will be missed. ❤ We will all be together again one day.

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