The man, the myth, the legend, left this mortal realm on February 2nd 2018. (We think He did it on purpose to avoid all of the conspiracy theories that were soon to come to fruition.) He was the foundation and rock of our family and all of his extended family.
He left behind a hell of a lot of stuff to his son and daughters who have no idea what to do with it.
So if your looking for an extra tire, 100 sharpies, a toaster oven (slightly used) white boards, crock pots, 25 measuring tapes for every time he lost one or "found a bargain." (Thanks for passing on that wonderful trait my way dad) or even 1000 tools that we have no idea what their use is for.
You should wait until the appropriate amount of time to get in touch. Tomorrow would be fine.
This is not an ad for a thrift shop, but an obituary for a great man, father, husband, lover, and grandpa. He leaves behind a very dysfunctional extended and immediate family that he was very proud of.
Bill was world-renowned for his sense of humor, sarcasm, and love for everyone that he came in contact with. He was the hardest worker and a perfectionist when it came to his craftsmenship skills. Master chef in the kitchen and he played the guitar like a rockstar whilst looking like one too. (Eyeliner smudges and all)
If anyone needed something in an instant he was there. He would give the shirt off of his back (three times that I knew of), the watch off of his wrist, and the shoes off his feet. His level of giving to others whilst always humble is something he will forever be admired for.
He is survived by the first love of his life and sweetheart, Tara Michelle Berge, his sons and daughters Jonathan, Skye, Cody , and Corinne. And his first granddaughter Romee Skye. Eight wonderful sisters, a lover and friend Arianna, his step mother Sue, and one of his best friends Rick. Along with countless others whom would take an endless amount of time to add.
Now reunited with his dad, mother, brother, son, and friends I'm sure he's causing all sorts of havvock wherever that might be.
A celebration of life will be held from 6:00 - 9:00 PM on Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at Starks Funeral Parlor, 3651 South 900 East, Salt Lake City. Guests are encouraged to use the complimentary valet parking on the north side of the building. A funeral service will be held on Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 11:00 AM at Noah’s Event Venue, 1976 W. 700 N., Lindon with a reception catered by Chili’s to follow. Graveside service will be held also on Thursday at 2:30 PM at the Springville City Cemetery, 400 S. 200 W.