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I'm sorry to hear of about Bill's passing.
- Larry "Flounder" Aldeman
Dear Tom & Anne and family,
Our condolences in the loss of your brother, Bill.
Bill was always happy to see the person in front of him, we always felt welcomed in his presence. He practiced "acceptance" of himself and others which was so heartfelt in any situation, what a gentle spirit and man.
Dave & Donna Henn
Bill and I enjoyed many laughs together....RIP my friend.
I am so sorry to hear of Bill's passing and hope the many wonderful memories will see you through this. I lost my big brother a few years ago too and know what you are going through.
Tom, Anne & family,
So sorry to hear about your brother. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Rick, Julie, Michelle & Sam Pelechek
Dear Suters - I am so sorry to hear of Billy's passing. Had not seen him in many years, but I know he will be missed by family and friends, not to mention the listeners of KCJJ.
The history between the Suter and Cretzmeyer families is full of many great memories.
John, Cynthia, Steve, and Tom, you're all a part of that. And certainly Billy, Bud and Jean. My thoughts are with you all.
We're so sorry for your loss. Billy was one of a kind. We have a lot of good memories of him. You are all in our prayers. Vern and Susie Griffin.
RIP My friend!
Billy made everyones life better. You knew when you were around him it was special.I had so much fun playing softball for him. They were the days thanks so much billy and your brothers.
Billy and I were pretty good buddies at Iowa but I never saw him after I left college. I hope he lived a full life. He was a really fine fellow and there are too few people like him. Everybody who knew him back then liked him. Rest in peace, Billy.
I was a regular for several years when Billy worked with John at Mum's. I worked each evening until midnight then would typically stop by Mums on the way home. I cannot begin to recall all the good times and laughs that we had back then. Billy and John were a force to be reckoned with and I like to think that they have been reunited in laughter again.
To Billy's family, thank you for sharing him with those of us that were fortunate to know him. He made a lot of people smile and it's cliche to say he could light up a room but his laughter and stories and presence did just that.
May God's Light shine bright on Billy.
R.I.P. old friend. It seems the old gang is getting smaller and smaller.
So sorry for your loss. Billy was such a good friend to my family, especially my dad. I remember them always dying their beards green together for St. Patty's day. I imagine they are up to some kind of shenanigans up in heaven. Much love and prayers, Rachel Mummey
Bill always did have a smile, and always a kind word. I will always remember him as part of the foundation of our class of 1963. Peace Bill.
To Billy's family and friends. . . my deepest condolences at Billy's passing. I met him a couple of times but felt like I knew him through the radio station. May you find strength in your memories and the love you shared over the years.
My memories of Billy are too numerous to attempt to consolidate into a single message.
All of them involve a man with a big smile, a bigger heart and the ability to always make you smile. I first met Billy when I was in 8th grade, he was the big brother of one of my best friends, Tom Suter. 7 years my senior, Billy had no reason to pay any attention to me, much less to be kind, but he did. In the years that passed he would continue to demonstrate that kindness every time I met him. My memories of Billy will stay with me the rest of my life.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Suter family.
Cynthia, you are in my thoughts at this sad time. I am so sorry to learn of Bill's death. May your cherished memories help your family through the days ahead.
Susan Richard Lloyd
ICHS class of '65
To the entire Suter family and to KCJJ. Billy was very special. I would listen every Sunday for our Sunday services as we called it in the chat room. Billy presented a very professional show.He will be missed so very much.
God speed Billy, safe home. RIP forever old boy. Thank ye!!
Goodbye, my friend. I will think of you when listening to your favorite songs. Say hi to Buddy Holly and John Lennon for me.
Bill was one of the neighbor kids we grew up with on B Street. We send our sympathy to his family and friends. May he rest in peace.
Daryl Soukup & Dawn Soukup Eckrich
Still playing Sunday requests on a different station. Great man good friend. Always enjoyed a conversation.
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