William Lee Wesselhoff

Jacksonville, Fl, Illinois

1954 - 2019


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William Lee WesselhoffBorn: May 24, 1954 Died: March 7, 2019William Lee Wesselhoff, of Jacksonville, FL, passed away on March 7, 2019.William "Bill" was born in Moline IL on May 24, 1954 to Nancy (Dingler) Wesselhoff and John "Jack" Wesselhoff. He attended grammar school at...

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I've known Bill for 46 years beginning with our service aboard the USS Portland LSD 37. Bill was a good friend and shipmate and I have fond memories of our reunions over the years, most recently in Navarre, FL last year. He will be missed, but he's in a better place now. God bless him.

So sorry to hear this news. I smiled at a recent message from Bill on Facebook recalling our late nights on the Daily Chronicle sports desk. Such fond memories of those days. His passion for the local sports scene and his community was unsurpassed. I, like others, was drawn to his carefree and good-hearted character. When my dad passed away, one of the first condolence messages received was from Bill. I had hoped for the day when I could sit down with him to catch up and reminisce. Today, a...

Bill was wonder man a good neighbor and a good friend and will be missed our thoughts and prayer to the family and bill many friends - Mike Lewit and Jacqueline Jenkins

My condolence, friend to all the world has lost a kind, intelligent, humorous and wonderful man. He will be greatly missed by many who's lives he's touched.

Had a lot of Fun times with Wes. Played for years in 16 inch softball with him. Met him in Vegas for my father's Navy reunion & had a blast. Always kept in touch when he was in Florida & talked Football & White Sox baseball. I even have old Chicago Bears photos he gave to me from the 1970s & 1980s when he worked the sports beat. We will all miss him. I cannot remember him when he was not happy. Lots of great memories, he will be missed.

Sorry to here of Bills passing. Loved his humor and a down right good guy.

Bill was a one of a kind. Very funny and intelligent. We were on the same baseball team at De Kalb high school. God has you now and forever.

Bill was as nice a guy as you will ever meet. Always fun to be around. truly one in a million.

to heather:so sorry to hear of your dad's passing he was a friend and teammate we had a lot of good times together and and will be missed by all of us my deepest sympathy to you and your family sincerely, paul "adolph" miller