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October 19, 1939 - November 14, 2021

A committal service with full military honors will take place at Ft. Custer National Cemetery on Thursday, December 2, 2021 at 1:00 PM (those planning to attend to should arrive to the cemetery and meet in the funeral assembly area by 12:45 PM). Memorial contributions may be made to the Wounded Warriors Project.

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Dad not a moment goes through my mind that I don’t think about you. I miss u like crazy. I know we had our ups n downs but what Father n Daughter didn’t. You taught me so many things that I use in my everyday life. I stayed in the auto mobile industry like u did. I may not fix cars like u did but I can sell the parts. Thanks for being the best u could not a minute Duane and I talk about u n ur chrome Ford Ranger Ford was bringing u or the days on the boat. I can say we did everything there was to do except flying n if u had ur way we would have flown places. From the dune buggies, Dynomite, to the three wheels days to the quads @ Sliver Lake sand dunes to the boats n camping n all the times @ 131 drag way to circle track racing we did it all and don’t let me for get the S-10 u proved people wrong when they told u that u couldn’t put a v-8 in it n u did that n the Ranger w the v-8 in n u did both of them to the mustangs we did it all. Thanks for helping me raise the girls n giving them the life u gave to me. I wish u could have met ur great grandson he’s the best. Now ur watching over us n u can watch him grow up like u did the girls. U would be so proud of how things turned out. Just alway watch over us now that u got ur wings. Ur wings was ready but my heart wasn’t. I love n miss u so much. Thanks again Dad for everything u did for me. This is not good bye it’s see u later. Give them hell up there Dad. I love u to the moon n back

Posted by Mary Woodman on November 27, 2021

Uncle Bill, Thank you so much for all of time you shared with me and the skills you taught me. I learned a lot from you and I'm appreciative for the relationship we had. You will be missed by many. Thank you for your service in our military. RIP.

Posted by Bill Guernsey on November 18, 2021

You will be missed dearly. As you gained your wings my heart wasn’t ready. I hope your up there having a blast and driving your chrome truck that you wanted. God has big plans for you and I glad your happy. May you rest easy up there and hold a spot for me when it’s my turn, I love you oh so much, don’t have too much fun up there, this isn’t goodbye it’s see you later. ❤️

Posted by Kendra on November 16, 2021

Grandpa you was my best friend growing up and you still are it’s hard to know you are not here anymore. I miss you like crazy I hope you are having fun up in heaven with everyone. This is not goodbye this is see you later grandpa I love you so much. R.I.P grandpa

Posted by Katie Polmanteer on November 16, 2021