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In Memory of

Bill B. Kline

July 15, 1926 - March 22, 2015

Obituary


Bill Kline passed away on March 22, 2015.

He leaves behind his wife Ellen, daughters Linda and Sharon, and grandchildren Amanda, Amy, and Mitch.

Bill served in the Navy during World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. After serving, Bill ran a successful sign company for many years. Upon retirement and sale of Meyer Sign Company, Bill focused on caring for his family, spending time hunting and fishing, and cheering for the Sonics as a season ticket holder for over twenty years.

A Celebration of Bill's Life will be held...

Bill Kline passed away on March 22, 2015.

He leaves behind his wife Ellen, daughters Linda and Sharon, and grandchildren Amanda, Amy, and Mitch.

Bill served in the Navy during World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. After serving, Bill ran a successful sign company for many years. Upon retirement and sale of Meyer Sign Company, Bill focused on caring for his family, spending time hunting and fishing, and cheering for the Sonics as a season ticket holder for over twenty years.

A Celebration of Bill's Life will be held at 11AM on Saturday, April 11th, 2015 at Acacia Funeral Home, 14951 Bothell Way NE, Seattle, WA 98155. Military Funeral Honors to follow at Acacia Memorial Park, Bill's final place of rest, immediately following the memorial service.

Please contact Bill's grandson, Mitch, at: ten_mitch@yahoo.com for more information.

Friends and loved ones knew him as one of the most giving people they would ever meet.

~ Published in The Seattle Times on Apr. 5, 2015 ~


In lieu of flowers, donations are suggested in Bill's Memory to the Seattle Division Veteran Administration to support local veterans.

Checks can be made payable to "VAPSHCS" and mailed to:
VA Puget Sound (S-005-VOL)
1660 S Columbian Way
Seattle, WA 98108-1597

Donations may be made by Phone (206) 764-2195

or Online at: http://www.volunteer.va.gov/

About Donations to VA
VA medical center directors have authority to accept gifts pursuant to 38 USC 8301 and VHA Handbook 4721 for the general benefit of the medical center and the Veterans we serve. The Chief of Voluntary Service at each VA medical center may accept gifts that benefit the facility and its patients except for gifts for research and education. Donations provide Veteran patients with many essential services and programs that otherwise would not be available to them, such as transportation services, social service assistance, rehabilitation equipment, recreation programs, activities, homeless Veteran's services, holiday gifts, phone cards and many other options. Your donations are 100 percent tax deductible and all administrative costs for VA are already appropriated by Congress, so you can be assured your entire donation is going directly to support Veterans in the way you choose.


THAT MAN IS A SUCCESS . . .

Who has lived well,
laughed often and loved much
Who has gained the respect of
intelligent men and the love of children
Who has filled his niche and accomplished his task
Who leaves the world better than he found
it-whether by an improved poppy, a perfect poem
or a rescued soul. Who never lacked appreciation
of earth's beauty or failed to express it
Who looked for the best in others and
gave the best that he had.

~ A. J. Stavely ~

Arrangements under the direction of Acacia Memorial Park & Funeral Home, Seattle, Washington.