I’ve know Bill since we were classmates at St. Thomas in Ft. Thomas in the 4th grade, then classmates at NCH, class of ’62. Although I moved from KY in ’73, I enjoyed our meetings at our class reunions. Bill was always one of the most cheerful guys I knew. Always smiling when we met and asking how I was. He cared for everyone. The community of Northern Kentucky has lost a fine gentleman and leader. No greater contrabutor is there than one who not only taught students but went on to Protect them and the public in law enforcement. God Bless Bill and his family.