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  1. Jill & Frank Mydler
    May 15, 2015 @ 6:55 pm

    Bill was a one of a kind guy. I remember when he first came into the family, we took a trip with he and Sue to Yosemite Nat’l. Park. We camped in the park and rode bikes all over. He always had a smile for everyone he met and greeted them with a friendly, “good morning”! Yosemite became a favorite place for all four of us. In fact, Sue & Bill were married at the little chapel with Yosemite falls as a backdrop.

    Bill and I were so much alike, it was scary. We both knew what the other was going to do or say and sometimes it got us both in trouble. He would get on my last nerve occasionally and I on his, but we couldn’t stay mad at each other. He would give you the shirt off his back if he thought you needed it. He texted me everyday saying something like dummy, what are you doing and that would get the conversation going.

    He was a wonderful wood worker and cabinet maker and anytime I needed anything made, all I had to do is say so.

    He loved Frank like a brother and they joked back and forth all the time. He so wanted us to move to West Plains closer to them and we finally found a house. He was thinking of all the things he could help us with then his wonderful, big heart started giving out. Today , Frank retired and this was suppose to be a really good day, but someone special is missing.

    We love you Bill!


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