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How do you express in written form where words just don’t convey
All the things I love about my Dad so here’s a few today

I love when he would kiss me and say I’m his little girl….I’d say to him “I’m not a little girl—I’m a big girl …. the way a 6 year old might do, then he’d laugh and snicker, and say ok ----you are my litle/big girl, and we both would laugh away.

I love the time he

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Posted by: Dana Wackerbarth - Butte, MT - dauighter   Feb 15, 2013

We first met Bill in the late 1980's in Austin. We shared many Minnesota stories and our love of White Castle hamburgers. He was always generous with his time, compassion, and fun to all who knew him. He bought me floating golf balls to give me confidence to hit my ball over the water, and then retrieved them from the water when they didn't reach dry land. Bill formed a weekly couples event that all enjoyed and he always welcomed

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Posted by: Marlene Allard - Georgetown, TX - friend   Feb 15, 2013

I met Kris in high school soon after the Neiman’s moved from Mississippi to California. Kris and I soon became best friends. Judy and Bill welcomed me into their home even though I was a bit rambunctious during those teenage years. I have so many fond memories of time spent with the Neiman’s. With the Neiman’s, I discovered rhubarb pie, taco’s with Italian dressing, card and board games, stocks and the business world, house boating on Lake Shasta, Hawaii and

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Posted by: Allison Holbrook - San Jose, CA - Family Friend   Feb 14, 2013

"For he's a jolly good fellow" comes to mind everytime I think of Bill. He had a quick smile and a twinkle in his eye. I'll miss him.


Posted by: Cecelia Little - Georgetown, TX - Friend   Feb 13, 2013

A mixture of tears and laughter. Fond memories are awakened of gtowing up across the way from the Neiman house, I am so sorry for all of us that we will not see that delightful amile again.


Posted by: Jean Sudduth - gtand prairie, TX - family friend   Feb 11, 2013

Judy,
We are so sorry for your lost. Bill was a great guy and we always enjoyed him. He brought a smile to our faces and tt did not matter if it was on the course or any at the club house. We are going to miss that always.
Linda & Walt Brakalow


Posted by: Walt & Linda Barkalow - Georgetown, TX - Friend   Feb 10, 2013

Judy and Family,
We were so sorry to hear of Bill's passing.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family at this time.


Posted by: Dave/Sandy Shannahan - Green Valley, AZ - Friends   Feb 10, 2013

Bill's vital presence among many friends at Berry Creek will be greatly missed. He was always ready to offer help and support to many BCCC organizations....the MGA, the LGA, the 9-Hole Ladies, Couples League and the Berry Creek Cancer Fund to name a few. His ready smile and infectious laugh as well as his gentlemanly manners have been a blessing to us all. We send hugs and prayers of comfort to his loving family.


Posted by: Katy & Steve Quinn - Georgetown, TX - friend   Feb 10, 2013

During the time I knew Bill, he was not only a father who wanted the best for his children and grandchildren, but a mentor and someone to look up to, as well. He loved having family together, filling the house with laughter and high-spirited fun over a good game of marbles. I also recall that he donated his time to Meals-on-Wheels, as well as other groups, and instead of gifts for himself at Christmas, asked that donations be made to

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Posted by: Diana Deming Neiman - Phoenix, AZ - daughter-in-law   Feb 09, 2013

Bill was one of the funniest men that I have ever meant...a Bill sighting guaranteed you a smile and probably a belly laugh...I have missed him while he was sick and of course will miss him more now...hugs to Judy and the family..
Dede Conner


Posted by: Dede Conner - Georgetown, TX - Friend   Feb 09, 2013