He served in the Army and started working for Pacific Northwest Bell in 1973, retiring from CenturyLink in 2012 due to health issues.
He was a devoted Seahawks fan, loved to laugh, sing, and joke.
His distinctive laugh and sense of humor could light up a room and he made an impression on everyone he came in contact with.
He loved to work on his project car with his son, Trevor.
Family was everything to him.
Bill was definitely one of a kind and words cannot express how truly he will be missed.
He is survived by his wife of 37 years Sue, son Trevor, daughter Amanda, son-in-law Andrew, and their three children Kalea, Quinlan, and Jaena.
His grandkids were the light of his life.
He is also survived by his sister Deb and brother-in-law Curt, their children, and his two dogs Buff and Bailey.
Please join us for a graveside service at Greenwood Memorial Terrace on Saturday, July 27, 2013 at 11am with a reception to celebrate his life being held at Millwood Community Presbyterian Church at 2pm.
A special thank you to our friends at Valley Hospital Outpatient and Radiology who treated us like family, we appreciate everything you have done for us.
“Until We Meet Again”
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