Hilmar ''Bill'' L. Solberg
December 30, 1918 - June 7, 2002
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Emmanuel UnitedMethodist Church
Friday 6/14, 9:30 am - 11:00 am
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Emmanuel United Methodist Church
740 East College Avenue
Appleton, WI 54911
920-731-3288 | Map
Friday 6/14, 11:00 am
Appleton Highland Memorial Park
3131 N. Richmond St.
Appleton, WI
Friday 6/14, 1:30 pm
Wichmann Funeral Home
537 N. Superior Street
Appleton, WI 54911
920-739-1231 | Map

Hilmar L. ‚ÄòBill‚Äô Solberg Age 83, of Appleton, passed away on Friday, June 7, 2002. He was born the son of Erick and Nannie (Nelson) Solberg on December 30, 1918, in Iola, WI. Bill was in the U.S. Army and in active duty in WWII, from 1941 until 1945, as a staff sergeant. He married…

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Dale R. Vannes left a message on September 22, 2010:
A great mentor and leader. A man we all looked up to and admired. He will will be missed by many.
Chris Blackburn left a message on September 22, 2010:
Arlene, Chris, Rae Ellen, & Curt and all your family members: We wanted to let you know we loved Bill and will miss him! We know he and Andy are already starting new "heavenly" Kiwanis Clubs! We are with you in spirit and please know we all send our love, hugs, and thoughts your way! We smile & laugh as we remember all the great times we had with Bill, Arlene and the whole family. I remember the great times in New York City (1965) at the Kiwanis Convention and all the other super times. We hold those memories dear to our hearts! Also, Go Packers!! We\'re thinking of you! Love, All the folks here in Chapel Hill, NC! Chris & Lois & Rich & Jill & Darlene & Jennifer & the "pups" Biscuit & Smudge
Jennifer R. Giedd left a message on September 22, 2010:
He was an inspiration to all of us in Kiwanis. I hope he\'s now attending the big Kiwanis meeting in the sky. He\'s got lots of great company up there!
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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