William-Van Moorleghem-Obituary

William Van Moorleghem



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Van Moorleghem , William "Bill" L.William "Bill" L. Van Moorleghem, age 61, of Hortonville, died unexpectedly on Thursday, August 1, 2013 at his residence. He was born on April 4, 1952 in Omaha, Nebraska, son of Clement and Irene (Riedmann) Van Moorleghem. William attended St....

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A year has passed and I still miss you more than words can say, but thankfully there is comfort in knowing we will be together in heaven. Your family continues to be in my prayers. You have given them wonderful memories of times with you - healthy and happy memories. You are at peace - Thank you Lord! Until we meet again. I love you.

Will was a very trusted adviser to us when remodeling our offices. Loved his eye for design & attention to details.
I enjoyed the long conversations about our faith journeys.
We recently sold our business & were looking for an office desk for a home office. Did not "hear" back from Will after emailing him - went searching today & found his obituary. Even though it has been months since Will passed away, I'm praying for each of his children - for God's peace...

Our deepest sympathyies go out to the whole VanMoorlegehem family. Will and Jane contributed greatly in the early days of building the foundation of Christ The Rock Church. Thier contribution and legacy will always be remembered and deeply appreciated.
I also have great memories of playing football with Will on the ice at Elder retreats in January. I can't tell you how many times he would get open and he would catch the ball thrown to him and scored touchdowns.
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Sad for the families loss. Bill & I go way back before their were kids in our lives and he moved out of Omaha. He helped I and my wife paint our first home. He was a good friend and will be dearly missed. We look forward to heaven all the more!

Bill was one of my older cousins and I think all of kids thought he was the coolest guy ever! More important he was really nice and kind to everyone - even us much younger cousins. He had a good heart and a kind soul.

We knew Will through work. He was an amazing puzzle solver with his clever ways of making small rooms very workable with his vast knowledge of design. He was always a pleasure to work and converse with. Please accept our sympathies in the loss of your father. Jane & everyone at Valley Eye Associates.

As kids we always hung out together at the United Electric Supply picnics. He is missed.

I went to Ryan with Bill.He was a great guy.You are in my prayers.

Linda and I are saddened to hear of Wills passing. He was a good man who greatly impacted our lives. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and children.

Joel and Linda Frost