Condolence & Memory Journal

How do you replace a memory with a memory. This man taught me more about construction than anyone knows. May he rest in peace and may his songs always be sung.

Best wishes Bill,
David Johnson

Posted by David Johnson - Sioux City, IA - Acquaintance   November 03, 2019

I'll never forget Bill when he played the banjo for us. A dear sweet man.

Posted by Kathy Ethington - Acquaintance   November 02, 2019

We are so sorry for your loss. Bill provided for you and loved you very much. I will always remember playing Pictionary at our Holiday family get togethers we laughed so much.

Posted by Connie Case - Minnetonka, MN - Family   November 02, 2019

When I first met Bill(Fox), I mistook his gentle nature for sarcasm. I'm he's been like my older brother, I've loved and admired him but was terrible about staying in touch. I've been influenced by Bill since he first introduced me to the music of Bob Dylan. I followed Bill into the Naval Reserves, bought an Audi Super 90 when I got out, and treasured my Guild guitar. The first gift Joan and I shared after we got married was a canoe, and he made sure we had the right paddles. Fox always was and will be a class act, treasure your memories. I am sorry for your loss.
Turtle

Posted by Don Swanson - Tucson, AZ - Friend   November 01, 2019

Why me Lord - what have I ever done to deserve even one of the pleasures I've known? Knowing and traveling with Bill, was one of those pleasures (thank U Kris Kristofferson).
Wild Bill, as he was known by his benchrest shooting peers, was an inspiration, and one of the most interesting people I've known. He never complained. When he talked of the, Buffalos (his grand sons), the love a pride he exuded was contagious - just an exceptional person. A GREAT competitor: gracious in defeat an humble in victory. Bill demanded and exemplified the best - surely, for him, the gates of heaven are open wide. God bless Bill's grieving family - he will be sorely missed.

Posted by Randy Robinett - Woodward, IA - Friend   October 29, 2019

Sorry for our loss Twila. Bill was a good guy and will be remembered.

Posted by Ed Steck - Tucson, AZ - Friend   October 29, 2019

So sorry to hear this Twila, you have my deepest sympathy. May all your memories been some small comfort. Trish

Posted by Trish Snipes - Dallas, TX - Friend   October 28, 2019

So sorry to hear this Twila, you have my deepest sympathy. May all your memories been some small comfort. Trish

Posted by Trish Snipes - Dallas, TX - Friend   October 28, 2019

God give your whole family peace at this time , Twila. We are saddened about this news but trust you will remain stron and steadfast.

Posted by Neil Olsen - Denton, TX - Friend   October 28, 2019

My mind has travelled back to when Bill, Twila, Louie and I would spend every Friday and Saturday night playing scrabble, yahtzee or just sitting around talking. I'll never forget the camping trip we all went on and Bill got strep throat and could barely get out of the tent!!! Wonderful memories I have of the 70's. Twila, I am so sorry for your loss and please know that I am thinking of you and your family. Love, Louann

Posted by Louann Withers - Scottsdale, AZ - Friend   October 28, 2019

My thoughts and prayers to the family.
So glad I got to meet Bill and hear him play the banjo!

Posted by Mindy Horowitz - Manchester, NJ - Friend   October 28, 2019