Our deepest sympathy to Joan and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you as you celebrate Bill's life. I enjoyed working with Bill for many years at RBP.
Uncle Bill was a wonderful man whom I will never forget. I always remember him as a tall, strong man!! I will always remember Gramma Agnes bringing me on my first bus trip to Uncle Bill and Aunt Joan's house in Milwaukee, Wisconsin when I was young. They had a beautiful house with a swimming pool, which I thought was the greatest thing in the world and a piano that I remember watching my Cousin Ann play . I got motion sickness on the bus ride there and Gramma wanted me to lay down and rest when we got there, but the pool was just to tempting and after a lot of begging she finally let me go for a swim with my cousins. I also remember going to the Milwaukee Zoo and the World's Fair which was magical. Uncle Bill, Aunt Joan and all the family were so good to me and I never forgot it, and I felt just like one of his kids. Uncle Bill made sure I took medication so I didn't get sick on the bus ride home, but unfortunately I swam so much in that awesome pool that I went home with an ear infection, but it was worth it!!! I will always have great memories waiting on Gramma's curb for the Tousignant family coming to Marquette for their Summer visits and will sincerely miss Uncle Bill!! Fly with the angels and watch over us on earth!!!! I'm sending hugs to the entire family and know you are always welcome at my house anytime. XOXOXOXOXO
Tom and family,
We are keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers.