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June 26, 2011

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Steven Gaynor

He was truly one of the nicest men I ever met, and had a passion for bridge that fueld his long drive from his home in Ellsworth, WI to the Twin City Bridge Center. We will miss you, Bill.

Paul Gutterman

The obituary noted that Bill was the "consummate gentleman" and there could not be a more appropriate description. He will indeed be missed.

Mike Cassel

At the conclusion of "A Few Good Men" it was said "You don't need a patch on your arm to have honor"

Bill told his kids to "Be A Winner" as he obviously was... a 'Superflight' personality.

We are told during ACBL Goodwill Days that "It's nice to be important, but more important to be nice!" Bill exemplified that kind of temperament.

Peter Litchfield

I was always pleased to hear Bill on the phone asking if I wanted a game, often for that evening. You couldn't ask for a nicer partner. Twin cities bridge will not be the same.

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