Condolence From: Eric Wylie, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: I first met Bill 30 years ago when he was finishing his law degree. I was hired to teach German in in his place for the school year. I continued teaching at Hastings when Bill returned to school, and we were colleagues for many years. Bill had a unique wit about him, and he had many great stories to share over the years. Everyone at Hastings miss him.
Condolence From: Todd Warner, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: Bill was my German teacher, soccer coach and spoke on behalf for my Eagle Scout award. Later we played in the same adult soccer league and drank lots of beers together. Later on when we saw each other he always asked about my family, my kids and my parents. He was a great person who taught me a lot. RIP Bill! You will be missed.
Condolence From: Jennifer Wiest, Lewis Center, OH
Condolence: I worked next door to Bill for many years when I started teaching at Hastings. I have many, many fond memories of Bill! We talked, laughed, told stories, told jokes and just had a great time working together. He will be remembered fondly!
Condolence From: John Campbell, Winchester, VA
Condolence: I fond memories of him from our time in Germany. May Bill rest in the eternal peace of the Lord.
Condolence From: Bill Blaisdell, Groton, CT
Condolence: I, along with many of Bill's comrades from military service in Germany, are very saddened that Bill has passed away. We had great memories of our time together as young soldiers. He had been very active with our reunion group and attended many gatherings in our old stomping grounds along the Czech border. R.I.P Wit / Ruhe in Frieden. Čest jeho památce!
Condolence From: Marianne Hall, Granville, OH
Condolence: May Uncle Bill rest in Eternal Peace in Heaven and God heal you so you can walk amongst his Angels. You will forever live in the hearts of the many lives you touched on Earth.