William Lenwood "Bill" Brandt

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BRANDT, William "Bill" Lenwood
(Age 84)

Bill passed away into his everlasting life with our Lord on the morning of Easter at 5:30 AM.
Bill was born on March 16, 1927, to Thorvald and Mary Brandt. He went to Conway Grade School and continured in the Mount Vernon High School for two years. He took an apprenticeship with Cook Motors in Mt. Vernon, and received a certificate for two years of apprenticeship. Bill served in World War II, as a Machinist on board ship. Bill was awarded a Gold Veterans Badge from the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers for service to fellow workers for a period of forty five years. We also have a plaque on the wall given to Bill from Kenworth Truck Company, for his loyal service of thirty two years.
Bill had many friends from the war, his fellow workers and his neighbors. Also many nieces and nephews.
We want to thank at this time for the wonderful help and caring for him by the Hospice Personnel.
He leaves behind five step children, David Murray, Dora Jean Davis, Kathleen Mary Davis, José Rubel Trujillo, and James Roger Trujillo, whom all cared for and loved him.
Also, he leaves his caring, loving wife of twenty six years, with many memories of a loving, wonderful man, My Husband.

Published in Spokesman-Review from May 17 to May 18, 2011
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