W Dean Seaman
Friends and family of Bill:
Maybe it doesn't really seem strange that I (and perhaps most of us) remember eachother as we last saw eachother, but remember 1965 as though it was last month or at most a year ago. It seems hard to believe that more and more of us are passing through that 'veil' (the other side after life) - hopefully (and prayerfully) to the peace and beauty of Heaven.
What I remember about Bill was that he would go the extra mile for anyone. He wanted (and was quite successful) at being accepted as a friend of everyone.
He played sports --- to be a part, and support his fellow team members. Like most of us, he wasn't a star, but he was there with all he had when his turn came to do whatever was necessary.
I didn't keep in contact with Bill after high school, but I know he that these really valuiable aspects of personality 'built in' through, and as he left, school for the world.
May God Bless and look after his family, and his family's family, at this time of loss and need;
a friend from long ago,