ANDOVER, Ohio (MyValleyTributes) – William D. Nelson, age 90, of Andover, Ohio, kicked the bucket on Friday, December 3, 2021 surrounded by means of a loving circle of relatives.
He was once born on June 12, 1931 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, to Peter and Pearl Nelson and graduated from Ashtabula High School in 1950.
Bill was once a veteran who served in the USA Air Force stationed in Alaska right through the Korean War.
He retired as place of job supervisor of Nelson Machine in Ashtabula and turned into a identified taxidermist in Williamsfield, receiving a number of awards for his very good fish mounts.
Bill was once an established member of the Williamsfield United Methodist Church, the place he loved the chance to give a contribution his musical skill. He was once a founding member and an energetic member of AA in Williamsfield.
Bill, often referred to as “Wild Bill” by means of many locally, was once a well-liked and energetic member of the group who helped many. He loved track and was once a skilled harmonica player and beloved to proportion his “skill” with everybody who would concentrate to him. An avid fisherman and bowler, he was once inducted into the Crawford County Bowling Hall of Fame after bowling 5 “300” video games, and a die-hard fan of the Cleveland Indians, Browns, Cavs, and Ohio State Football. However, his biggest pleasure in lifestyles was once spending time together with his circle of relatives.
Bill married his cherished spouse Beth (Isenberg) on February 11, 1984 and he or she preceded him in demise on June 18, 2010. His folks additionally precede him in demise; his grandson Brian, two brothers, Robert Nelson and John Nelson; and 3 sisters, Carol Koepnick, Margaret Howe, and Virginia Ney.
He leaves daughter Laura (Russell) York of Andover; Son, Marty Nelson of Andover; Daughter Karen Miller of Asheville, North Carolina; Son, Matt Nelson of Andover; Son, Alex Nelson of Williamsfield; Daughter Samantha (Matthew) Chapman of Montville, Ohio; former spouse, Patricia Nelson, of Mesa, Arizona; Sister-in-law Manette Nelson of North Kingsville, Ohio; 12 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and plenty of nieces and nephews who adored him and can omit him very a lot.
A non-public funeral carrier with army honors is held at Maple Grove Cemetery in Andover.
A birthday celebration of lifestyles might be introduced at a later date.
Baumgardner Funeral & Cremation Service, 134 Prospect St., Andover, OH took care of the preparations.
In lieu of vegetation, donations will also be made to Williamsfield United Methodist Church, PO Box 650, Williamsfield, OH 44093; Western Reserve Hospice, 1166 Lake Ave., Ashtabula, OH 44004; or neighboring nation, P.O. Box 212, Orwell, OH 44076.
Anyone who wish to proportion a pleasant reminiscence or condolences can talk over with www.baumgardnerfuneralhome.com.
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