- April 1, 1954 - March 24, 2012
- Austin, Texas
of Bill's Passing
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Mr. Bill was a nice, caring, gentle person. We will miss him and wish him eternal peace. Bill and Francisco
Posted by: Bill Woods - Austin, TX - Friend Mar 30, 2012
So sad to lose such a wonderful person. Bill was the nicest most sincere person we have ever known. He was always smiling or laughing and we enjoyed the honor of working on Frannie for him. He always wanted to see the latest Oldsmobile we were driving and we got to see him at many car shows. I hope the Lord is letting you drive a Buick in heaven. The world needs more people like Bill.
Posted by: Richard and Debbie Hirsch - Austin - Car friends Mar 30, 2012
Bill you will be greatly missed. R.I.P Mr. Bill
Posted by: Joanie Washington - Pflugerville, TX - Co-worker Mar 30, 2012
You were the first person I met when I came to Unclaimed Property. You welcomed me aboard and we forged a very good friendship that would last years. Even after I left the Comptrollers office we managed to keep in touch. I will miss your funny email updates and stories of you and frannie :) You were a good friend & I will miss you.
Posted by: Todd Wesson Mar 30, 2012
Bill, I will miss hearing you call me "señor" each day in the office. You made every day better with your unconditional friendliness. I miss you today and will miss you tomorrow. May the sorrow your family and close friends are now feeling soon be replaced by the eternal joy of having known you.
Posted by: Randy Henderson - Austin, TX - Friend & coworker Mar 30, 2012
What great memories of working with him at the Southwestern library, hanging out at the Sub and trips to Cuero. He made every event an adventure and he always made us smile. He was a true gift to us all.
Posted by: Susan Davis Smith - Flower Mound, TX - College Friend Mar 30, 2012
Mr. Bill- We had so much fun working together! Teasing you about eating
styrofoam cakes and making fun of you being an "Apil Fool" were only a few of the things that brought laughter to our cubicle. I will miss your cheerful "Good Morning Ms.Krueger" and how much you loved the chocolate wine cake! May God hold you close and rest in glorious peace. I will always remember my friend Mr. Bill. My sympathy to the family - I'm privileged to have known him .
Posted by: Gloria Krueger - Austin, TX - Friend/coworker Mar 30, 2012
I only knew Bill a short time through the Classic Chassis Car Club, but from the moment you met him, you knew he was a genuinely good person. I always looked forward to seeing him at our Car Club events, and chatting with him. I remember the last time I talked to Bill, he told me he had seen me driving over the Congress Avenue Bridge (he was with his running group), and he was jumping up and down, and
Posted by: Scott Vinson - Austin, TX - friend Mar 30, 2012
I am so sorry to hear about Bill. It was only a couple of weeks ago that we met him at the Italian restaurant. Our hearts go out to you!
Posted by: Nancy & Bert Alleman - Canyon Lake - Friend of Agga and John Mar 30, 2012
While I am saddened at the passing of Mr. Bill, I smile that he existed and that I had the opportunity to know him.
Just look at all the wonderful remarks that have been left on these pages. It shows how one person has touched so many people. And from such diverse areas.
As odd as it may sound, my heart goes out to Frannie. I know Frannie is a car, but I hope she finds as wonderful a forever home as she had with Mr. Bill.
Peace be with you dear friend.
Posted by: Ray Hebert - Friend Mar 29, 2012