William A. Stahlman, 54, of Pueblo, Colo., died January 9, 2014. Bill was born May 9, 1959, in Indiana, Pa., to Lowell and Mildred (Lyle) Stahlman. He married Terri Koppin on July 22, 2006. Bill was a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania and University of Southern Colorado. He taught high school math and science. He loved strategic war gaming, dancing, rock climbing, scuba diving, motorcycles, history, the blues and singing. He is survived by his wife, Terri; mother, Mildred Stahlman; sister, Pat (Monte) Quillen; nephews, Fred Carley and Don (Jennifer) Tate; and great-niece, Emma; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins in Pennsylvania; and friends at Chaos Games and More. He is preceded in death by his father, Lowell Stahlman. Memorial service, 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 17, at First Presbyterian Church. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Dear family of William,
    My condolences on your loss.
    Our Creator promises that one day in the near future He will reunite us with our dead loved ones by means of a resurrection right here on earth in paradise conditions that will be filled with peace, happiness, and perfect health for everyone. (John 5:28,29; Psalm 37:9-11,29; Isaiah 33:24)

    As you read the above texts from your Bible, may the wonderful hope they give us, along with loving memories bring you a measure of comfort during this most difficult time.

    There is much Bible-based comfort to be found on the website http://www.jw.org

    Sincerely dianne mullins

  2. So sorry to hear about the passing of Bill. Your family
    will be in my prayers. Praying that God will comfort you all at this time of
    sorrow.

  3. Aunt Mickey, Pat, Terri–Our deepest sympathies to you and the rest of the family. We have many fond memories of cousin Bill-especially his role in introducing the two of us. May the Lord lay His healing hand upon you and give you peace.

  4. Dear Stahlman Family,
    We are all so sorry to hear of Bill’s passing. You have our deepest sympathy.
    Ella Mae Rowe and Family

  5. Dear Stahlman Family,
    I was sorry to hear of Bill’s unfortunate passing, I hope with time…. your grief will be eased with fond and pleasant memories of times spent with Bill. My memories of him brings an instant smile as he always made me laugh with one of his jokes, a prank or a quick “ditty”. Bless all of you.

  6. Terri, You sang so beautifully on Christmas Eve. It was so good to see you and hear your voice. Was sad to see that your husband has left us. May God Bless You.

  7. It is with sadness that Kathryn and I read about Bill’s passing. We thoroughly enjoyed it when you, Bill and family members would come to The Downbeat and Bill would sing with the band. We are certain that he will be sorely missed by family and friends. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.

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