The great defender of all that is pure and holy left us about an hour ago. God speed him to his eternal reward.
And this from Sam Dickson:
Bill was one of the finest men I’ve ever known. Truly noble. Sound, intelligent, tactful, polite, brave.
He is one of the rare few who had something to lose but were still willing to step up to the plate for our people, as well as one of the even rarer and fewer who have done so while being an all-American family man with a lovely wife and two wonderful children.
Bill soldiered on despite the cancer, working both at his job and on the radio with James Edwards.
All of you might consider sending his family a note recognizing his brave devotion shown through decades of hard, dull, day-in-day-out work for the resurrection and triumph of our kin.
“Lord lettest now Thy servant depart in peace according to Thy Word.”
As Tolkien wrote, “Praise from the praise-worthy is beyond all rewards.”
See here for the visitation and funeral service.