William J. Waller, 71, of Pueblo West, Colorado, was born to Nina Pearl and Oral Lee Waller on March 23, 1934, in Bristow, Okla. and passed away Sept. 16, 2005. Beloved husband of Patsy Jane Waller. Survived by sons, William J. (Jennifer) Waller Jr., David A. (Darlene) Waller of Rawlins, Wyo.; grandchildren, Joseph W. Waller, Jessica Ingleby, David Waller Jr., all of Wyoming, James Waller of Arkansas, Jonathan and Carolynn Waller of Pueblo West; five great-grandchildren; sisters, Ruth Ann Venezio, Pueblo, Judy Lilly, North Carolina; brothers, Donald Waller, Pueblo, Robert Waller, Oklahoma; many nieces and nephews. Special appreciation to Jack Waller, Pam and Walter Stupnik, Nancy and Barry Braden. William served proudly in the U.S. Navy during the Korean Conflict. He retired from AT&T as a communications tech. He loved to travel, hunt and fish. He also had many hobbies and loved to spend time with his family. He will be missed dearly and was loved by all who knew him. There will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 1 p.m. Monday, Sept. 19, 2005, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with Pastor John Tanner officiating. Concluding with military honors by Pueblo Veterans Ritual Team. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. I am so very sorry for your loss of Bill. He was such a fine man. I only knew him for a short time. I met Bill and Pat at Dr Bennett’s office for the first time and found out that we were related. We had great talks. I learned a lot my talking to Bill about family. Pat, my thoughts are with you

  2. What a special person my Uncle Bill was. He was so fun to be around & always had the best stories and jokes. He made every day seem like a holiday. Uncle Bill & Aunt Pat came to visit me & my family in AZ when I was 10 & we went on a long hike. Uncle Bill brought his bow & arrow & shot 2 birds with one arrow…WOW! I never get tired of telling story & it has been 45 years ago.

  3. Dear Patsy and your precious family. It is a blessing that you have the presence and support of all of them by your side. ‘No one can feel your pain’. We have been there and are here when the time comes that you need more assistance we will be there. Love to all
    Your Big Sis &(Auntie)

  4. Pat, billy & David and familys, My thoughts And prayers are with all of you at this time, I am so glad we got to visit with him, a few weeks ago, stay strong for one another, you are his legacy, he was a good man, Roly

  5. Dear Pat,Billy,David and familys,our love and prayers go out to you in your time of sorrow.We love you,your Brother,Uncle and Wife,Clemeth&Jackie

  6. Aunt Patsy, Cousin Billy, Cousin Dave and Family,

    I love you and I am thinking about you. Uncle Bill’s laugh was contagious and that’s one thing I remember the most growing up.

    Marianne (Crosby) Wagner
    Gale’s middle daughter.

  7. Aunt Patsy, Billy, David, and Families. Like I said, with family, you never walk alone, we are standing behind you with love and support. Uncle Bill was truly SPECIAL. Love You Always. Gale & Roland

  8. Aunt Patsy & Family, We feel so blessed that we were able to see Uncle Bill a few weeks ago. He truly seemed happy & at peace. You are all very special to us and we will keep you in our prayers.

  9. Aunt Patsy & Family,
    Our thoughts and Prayers go out to you at this time. Uncle Bill will be missed by all.
    Love, Dan, Renee & Nathan

  10. Dear (Great) Aunt Patsy,
    We are so sorry for your loss.
    You and your family are in our thoughts & prayers!
    We love you!
    Love, Keri, Jeremy, Piper & Peyton Norton and Tracie McKray
    (Lea’s Beltramo’s Girls)

  11. Dear Aunt Patsy, Billy and David-
    My heart is with you at this hard time in our lives. I hope you know how much Uncle Bill meant to us kids. We love you and are thinking of you…..
    Love, Jodi Ellen Flatt (Crosby)

  12. DEAR AUNT PATSY AND COUSINS-
    OUR HEARTS GO OUT TO YOU ALL IN THE LOSS OF YOUR HUSBAND AND FATHER. UNCLE BILL WAS A GOOD MAN WHO SPOKE HIS MIND ON THE IMPORTANT THINGS IN LIFE. HE WILL BE GREATLY MISS BY SO MANY. OUR LOVE AND CONDOLENCES TO YOU ALL,
    DAVE AND LEA (BELTRAMO)

  13. Bill & his brother Jack, and cousins Marvin & Marlin Rollins were great friends back in the early 50’s with my brother Gene and me. God Bless you all in this time of sadness.

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