From: John Barrick
Diane, Scott and Dave my thoughts are with you all during these difficult days. I did not know your dad, but it looks like he had a fantastic life.
From: amy standera
Scott, Diane and Dawn...so sorry for your loss, he was a great guy, always a joy to be around.
From: Deb Smith
So very sorry to hear of Bill's passing. Remember him well from those days at the Nazarerh half mile. Thoughts and prayers to Bill's family
From: Bill and Carol Benner
We were shocked to read of Bill’s passing having just had lunch with him last month. He was a banker’s banker and a special friend. We are so sorry for your loss.
From: Charylene Matthews
Diane & Scott - Sending my heartfelt condolences on your Dad's passing. He was a great guy & I always enjoyed talking to both he & your Mom. Please know you are in my thoughts & prayers.
From: Lee and Nancy Snyder
Scott and Diane : So sorry for the loss of your Mom Barbara and now your Dad Bill. Our children grew up with both of you in Milford, Condolences and prayers from all of our family.
From: Stephen Silberman
I knew Bill as a fellow mentor in SCORE. We both lived in Hunterdon County and thus were frequently scheduled together. I will miss Bill's knowledge and enthusiasm. My condolences to all who mourning his passing.
From: Todd Rittenhouse
Scott, Diane and Dawn. So sorry about Bill's passing. You are in out thoughts at this difficult time. God bless you all .
From: Shirley legg
So sorry for your loss
Dad was a very nice man he will be missed
From: Allie Tischio Lull
Allie Tischio Lull. To Diane and Scott, Your dad was a precious man in my life! When I started working at Town & Country Bank in 1984, this "on the surface only" gruff man who was a "mush" underneath, took me under his wing. I was a single mom without banking experience and he seemed to know the stresses of raising two teens. Through the years, he helped me many times ... to find a used car when mine died, he explained the many facets of banking so that I could succeed in my "new career" (I was a biology teacher without a job!) and even when the banks merged and my position was eliminated, it was he who gave me the first contact in a string of networking ops that eventually led to a 15 year career at J&J! I am sure you, Milford and many friends will miss him. I know I will never forget him.