In Memory

William Lodge

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02/23/16 07:23 PM #1    

Laura Hobe (Robbins (John, Class Of 65))

What happened to Bill??  Shocking to me and so sad he is gone. 

02/25/16 12:12 AM #2    

Marsha Haupt (Patton)

unfortunately he had a lot of health issues which led to his death in 1989. He is had two wonderful children Adam Lodge the oldest and grant lodge 3 years younger. he worked at APS as a mechanic well head mechanic most of his adult life. he found out later after high school that his biological father had been a mechanic in Prescott. We dated from the 86 class reunion until 1989. His loss was great sadness to all who loved him.

02/25/16 05:31 AM #3    

Pauline Urbano (Hechler)

I remember Bill so well, going back to Madison Meadows, when he was one of those cool boys who rolled up the sleeves on his t-shirt. A truly kind person.

02/25/16 09:18 AM #4    

Jim Kelly

Bill was one of my closest friends since 3rd grade.

09/20/16 10:39 AM #5    

Craig Chilton

Bill was one of my best friends at Meadows and Central.  He had a great sense of humor and it was always fun being around him.  I spent the night at his house a couple of times and was invited to go camping with his family one weekend.  His parents were really nice people.  I remember him rolling up his sleeves on his white T-shirt like Pauline mentioned and Bill always kidded me for smoothing out my shirt in front so all of the wrinkles were in the back, ha!  I remember getting a ride home from Central when Bill had a Plymouth(?) convertible with a push-button transmission.  That's the only time I'd ever seen that type of transmission.  I stopped by Bill's house in 1979 while I was stationed at Fort Huachuca.  It was great seeing him again and I met his wife and boys.  So sorry to hear of his passing.

09/28/16 02:40 PM #6    

Marsha Haupt (Patton)

Yes Craig,  I remember that new car very well!  The weekend Bill got that car for his irthday he asked me out to the drive-in.  I was so excited as I had a big crush on him.  However we were both to shy and did not have a second date until the next summer. The next date was the week after the 20 year reunion!  And yes I loved him very much.

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