- April 1, 1954 - March 24, 2012
- Austin, Texas
of Bill's Passing
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Memories & Candles
I am so saddened to hear about Bill. He was one of my favorite people at Southwestern. He was always sweet to me, and is a person that I think of fondly when I remember my Sourhwestern days. I'll keep your family in my prayers.
Posted by: Paula Kelley Buls - Brenham, TX - Graduated with Bill from SU Mar 29, 2012
May your memories help sustain your family at this challenging time. We are sorry for your brother's premature passing. Please know that you have our complete support and will help with anything needed. Love, Cheryl
Posted by: Cheryl Nelsen - Walker, IA - friend of family Mar 29, 2012
Susan and family, we were so sorry to hear about Bill's passing! Hope you are able to hold your memories close at this difficult time. I'll have something for you, Susan, when you get back to Iowa. Love and hugs, Annette
Posted by: Annette Zuck - Jesup,, IA - Friend of the family Mar 29, 2012
My God Bless all who grieve over this terrible loss! Mr. Bill will be MISSED! He's with his angels, and smiling big and bright!
Posted by: Leticia Hernandez - Austin, TX - co-worker Mar 29, 2012
Posted by: Amanda - austin, TX - co-worker Mar 29, 2012
You're a truly classy guy, Bill. You'll be missed.
Posted by: Steve Mittel - Austin, TX - co-worker and friend Mar 29, 2012
Mr. Bill had a kind and gentle heart. I got to know him when when he came over to speak to my cubile mate. He always greated me with a cheery good morning, and if I was picking up output he would offer to help so I didn't have to lift those big heavy piles of unclaimed property ouput. And, if that onrey xerox machine was giving me problems he would come over and help me fix it. We will all miss him and his sweet smile.
Posted by: Gloria Garcia - Austin, TX - co-worker Mar 29, 2012
Mr. Sheldon was the first friend I met when I moved to Austin from NYC twenty years ago. At that time, he worked at Continental Cars where I brought my car for service. What better welcome could one ask for?! I admired his sweetness and good nature and that he was so stable, yet subtly quirky. His generally quiet demeanor was broken only by his bellowing laugh. Although we had less contact in recent years, I still considered him a
Posted by: Bill Vandersteel - Austin, TX - Friend Mar 29, 2012
I've been working at the Comptroller's office for 6 years and delivering unclaimed property mail and output to Bill every morning. He always was pleasant and welcomed me a smile every day. Bill you are missed and always will be remembered by those who have had the pleasure of working with you. God bless you and your family. Rest in peace my friend.
Posted by: Terry Hughes - Taylor, TX - co-worker Mar 29, 2012
I worked at the Comptroller's Office in Unclaimed Property will Bill for about 15 years. He and I shared a love for chocolate and he always shared his stash with me. I always admired Bill for his many interests, lots of friends and for living such a healthy lifestyle. He was one of the most disciplined people I've known. I will miss him as will so many of his co-workers.
Posted by: Linda White - Austin, TX - co-worker Mar 29, 2012