William C. Lydic
- January 27, 2010
- West Lafayette, Ohio
of William's Passing
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Memories & Candles
I knew you as "Billy". I babysat for you and your younger brother when I was a young girl. You had a very large dog that "almost" made me nervous. (an Alaskan Malmut) When I look at your picture I see the same young face that I knew then. We had alot of fun! Especially putting the Partridge Family record on and singing and dancing to the music. I have to admit, I was the most interested in the exercise,
Posted by: Karen L. Siters (Tettelbach) - Lakewood , OH - friend Jun 05, 2010
On a personal level I can think of nothing more difficult for a parent to reconcile, understand and endure than the death of a child.
My deepest sympathy.
Posted by: John Siebert Feb 06, 2010
I was so saddened to hear that Bill had passed away.I will always remember his beautiful smile,and tender heart.May God bless you and your family at such a difficult time.
From:Betty Mamere Schultz
(Kim Schultz's mother)
Posted by: Betty Schultz Feb 04, 2010
I am so terribly saddened to hear this news. A life taken to soon of such a kind souled person.
Bill was always so kind and sweet.Had some good times back in the days.My thoughts and prays go out to Jonh and your family. God Bless All!
May Bill Rest in Peace.
Posted by: Jackie Arnold Feb 03, 2010
We were so sorry, and surprised, to read about Bill. It is awful to lose someone so young. It seems like only yesterday that we were sitting around Stephanie's desk, eating lunch, and talking about your handsome sons.
I will keep you and John in my thoughts.
Posted by: Sue Stone Feb 04, 2010
Bill was one of those rare friends that were always honest and devoted. He appreciated the friendships in his life and he tried to show it the best way he knew how. I will miss the endless hours of joking around we shared over the years in and out of work. One of my fondest memories of Bill was seeing his face light up when Charlie would smiled back at him. Goodbye my friend and thank you for the time we shared.
Posted by: Chris Hagen Feb 02, 2010
I am so saddened to hear of your loss and pray that God be with you through this rough time. It's been years since we've been together but you are always in my heart. God Bless you and John.
Posted by: tammy baker mcbee Feb 02, 2010
I grew up and went to school with both John and Bill and was very shocked to hear of this terrible news this morning. May God be with you.
Posted by: Rick Zagorski Feb 02, 2010
First,my prayers are with you and your family. Bill helped me in many ways in the few years I worked with him. I can only aspire to be as cool and calm as Bill. A brief candle; both ends burning
An endless mile; a bus wheel turning
A friend to share the lonesome times
A handshake and a sip of wine
So say it loud and let it ring
We are all a part of everything
The future, present and the past
Fly on proud bird
You're free at last.
Posted by: Marcus Monnier Feb 02, 2010
While I didn't know Bill personally, I knew and worked with Maryellen. To know Maryellen I think would be to know Bill. From the memorials that people have sent in, Bill had Maryellen's personality. What wonderful memories Bill left in peoples minds of childhood and in his later years with associates. My husband and I know what it is like to lose a child and although your heart is broken, just to know the legacy Bill has left in everyone's
Posted by: Donna Cloud Feb 01, 2010