- March 2, 1929 - February 6, 2013
- Georgetown, Texas
of William's Passing
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“How do you express in written form where words just don’t convey
All the things I love about my Dad so here’s a few today
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1 of 12 | Posted by: Dana Wackerbarth - Butte, MT
“We first met Bill in the late 1980's in Austin. We shared many Minnesota stories and our love of White Castle hamburgers. He was always generous with...Read More »
2 of 12 | Posted by: Marlene Allard - Georgetown, TX
“I met Kris in high school soon after the Neiman’s moved from Mississippi to California. Kris and I soon became best friends. Judy and Bill welcomed...Read More »
3 of 12 | Posted by: Allison Holbrook - San Jose, CA
“"For he's a jolly good fellow" comes to mind everytime I think of Bill. He had a quick smile and a twinkle in his eye. I'll miss him.
4 of 12 | Posted by: Cecelia Little - Georgetown, TX
“A mixture of tears and laughter. Fond memories are awakened of gtowing up across the way from the Neiman house, I am so sorry for all of us that we...Read More »
5 of 12 | Posted by: Jean Sudduth - gtand prairie, TX
We are so sorry for your lost. Bill was a great guy and we always enjoyed him. He brought a smile to our faces and tt did not matter if...Read More »
6 of 12 | Posted by: Walt & Linda Barkalow - TX
“Judy and Family,
We were so sorry to hear of Bill's passing.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family at this time.
7 of 12 | Posted by: Dave/Sandy Shannahan - AZ
“Bill's vital presence among many friends at Berry Creek will be greatly missed. He was always ready to offer help and support to many BCCC...Read More »
8 of 12 | Posted by: Katy & Steve Quinn - Georgetown, TX
“During the time I knew Bill, he was not only a father who wanted the best for his children and grandchildren, but a mentor and someone to look up to,...Read More »
9 of 12 | Posted by: Diana Deming Neiman - Phoenix, AZ
“Bill was one of the funniest men that I have ever meant...a Bill sighting guaranteed you a smile and probably a belly laugh...I have missed him while...Read More »
10 of 12 | Posted by: Dede Conner - Georgetown, TX
“I am sincerely sorry and sad at the passing of my friend Bill Neiman. My heart goes out to Judy and the children and grandchildren. I have many fond...Read More »
11 of 12 | Posted by: Lin Maltbie - Good friend
“Even though I never saw him very often thru my lifetime I will never forget his laugh and smile and his vigor for life. He will be missed by many...Read More »
12 of 12 | Posted by: Julie Neiman - niece
William "Bill" Lee Neiman, 83, passed away peacefully on February 6, 2013 at his home in Georgetown, Texas. He was born March 2, 1929 to Bill and Leona Neiman in Foley, Minnesota. On February 8, 1954 he married Judy Caviness of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Bill was a veteran of the Armed Forces and a pioneering, well-respected business leader. He had many longtime associates, of which many became close friends. Bill was a beloved husband and father who enjoyed golfing and spending time with friends. He especially enjoyed mentoring youths through Georgetown Partners in Education.
Besides his wife Judy, Bill is survived by his son, Mark Neiman; daughters: Dana Wackerbarth and Kris Neiman; grandson, Aaron Wright; brother, Bob Neiman; his four-legged companion, Munchkin; and numerous other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Nita Haggstrom; and granddaughter, Emily Wright.
The family would like to express their sincere gratitude to the loving care and support of friends. Additionally the family extends their sincere gratitude to the care-givers at Hospice Austin and Visiting Angels. Their dedication and effort to provide quality care was a heartwarming blessing.
A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, February 15th, at San Gabriel Presbyterian Church, in Georgetown. The family invites you to join them for the Reception, at the Church, following the service.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to SafePlace in Austin, Hospice Austin or San Gabriel Presbyterian Church in Georgetown.
You are invited to share a message or memory in the memorial guestbook at www.RamseyFuneral.com.