William H Roewer

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William H
Roewer

Roewer, Col. William H. “Bill”

Passed away Saturday, March 7, 2015 at the age of 80 years. Loving husband of June. Beloved father of Ellen (Michael) Smith and Paul (Lillian) Roewer. Grandfather of Justin and Jarrod Roewer. Son of the late Paul and Edna (nee Nieman) Roewer. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

A visitation will be held Saturday from 9-11AM at GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH, 3381 E. Puetz Rd., Oak Creek. A Funeral Service to follow at 11AM. Private interment Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery.

Bill was born April 12, 1934 in Loganville, WI. He married his wife June on February 16, 1957. They welcomed a daughter, Ellen, in 1958 and then a son, Paul, in 1961.

Bill started his Military career in 1955 as an Aviation Cadet, pilot training followed in 1960. He graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business from the University of Omaha in 1965. He then joined the Air Force Reserves in 1968. Bill retired as a Reservist in 1985. He worked many years with Selig Executive Leasing while also working in the Air Force Reserves. After retirement Bill enjoyed golfing and working with Grace Lutheran Church as a Church Elder. He was a long time member of the Lion’s Club as well as a member of the QB Pilot Organization. Bill was an avid hunter, fisherman, and sports enthusiast. Bill was a dedicated family man who valued God, family and friends above all else.
In lieu of flowers donations to Grace Lutheran Church in Bill’s memory appreciated.

Past Comments

Dan Skopp

I served at the 44oth with Col Roewer. I was a member of the 95th “SME” for a number of years and the Col was my “other” Commander. We had a great time and we both were “professionals. See you on the other side, Col Roewer!! In the meantime “I got your six!!!!

Daniel Skopp, MSgt, USAFR, Ret

Lori Ullenberg

My deepest sympathy to the entire family. I will miss seeing Bill walk past the house on many of his daily walks. May he rest in peace……………Lori Ullenberg

Gus Wirth

To a great man and a great human being. MKE QB’s

Colonel Woody Fail

It is with a heavy heart that I learned of Bill’s passing. A flood of wonderful memories…we went fishing, hunting, golfing…we once rented a plane and flew the Black Wolf Run to play that course.
Bil and June visited us on their way back to WI from Fla when they came South for the Winter. Our thoughts and prayers are with June and the children. Rest in Peace my old friend. It was my pleasure serving with you.

Colonel Woody Fail

Mary A Savarino

Rest in peace Bill. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you, June, and to your family.
Ron and Mary Savarino

Anne Flournoy

What an incredible man! He and June were the first to greet us in Wisconsin. We just loved hanging out with them during our three years in Wisconsin and we are very grateful that we were able to see them last July. Our deepest sympathies to you all He will be sorely missed!
Jay, Anne, Charlene, Emily, Jack, and Andrew Flournoy

Marge & Bud Harmeyer

June and family………..We were shocked and saddened to hear of Bill’s death. It just does not seem possible that he is gone. We are sending sincere sympathy to each of you and are praying that God’s blessing will flow freshly upon each of you during this difficult time.

Love, “Muggs” and Bud

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