William Ronald Wheeler

07/25/1934 - 05/15/2017
Service Date: 05/22/2017
Service Time: 11:00 AM
Service Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1150 E. Guadalupe, Gilbert, Arizona

William Ronald Wheeler, 82, passed away peacefully on May 15, 2017 in Glendale, Arizona.

Bill led a very happy, active life filled with a large family, and many activities such as woodworking, fishing, hunting, camping, and his church Boy Scouts.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Twila. He is survived by his 8 children, 16 grandchildren, and 17 great-grandchildren.

Funeral services are Monday, May 22, 2017 at 11 AM, preceded by a visitation at 10 AM, at the LDS Chapel, 1150 E. Guadalupe, Gilbert, AZ.

Condolences

  • Charles Herndon .

    I’ve been in many hunt with Bill .We always had a great time together.Later old buddy.

  • My prayers, thoughts and condolences go out to Family and friends.

  • We express our deepest sorrow and sympathy for your loss and grief. We do however realize that he in a better place where he is in better control of his thoughts and actions and where he will enjoy a great reunion with those who have gone before.

    Love, Uncle Dick

  • Josh Wiestling

    Bill was one of the nicest people I ever knew. He surely was the best estimator that ever worked for me; but, his knowledge of electric systems made me believe that I should be working for him. See you old friend.

  • Christine Wiestling

    My sincere sympathy to Bill’s family. I was surprised there was no mention of Bill’s career at APS. I worked with Bill for several years at APS, and was always impressed by his helpful attitude. He was always a true gentleman. Rest in Peace Bill.

    • bill wheeler jr

      Thank you Christine, we were limited with what we could say on this post. His daughter and son both work for APS and we have mentioned it on the obit. brochure at the funeral.

  • Aunt Da. (Vera Watson)

    My memories of Bill go way back to when I babysat Dick and Bill. In later years he always had a twinkle in his eye and a grin on his face as he greeted me with “Aunt Daaa”. My memories are good ones of the times we spent with the Wheeler family. The Watson family’s sympathy is extended to Bill’s family. We know he is now at peace.

  • BRYAN E DU VALL

    I spent little time with Bill Sr. but I have been blessed to know his youngest son Kenny (John) as one of the greatest leaders of Norcimbus and a generous man with a realist personality. If it were not for Bill Sr. I may never have had the opportunity to work under and for Kenny. Furthermore, I am truly blessed to also know Bill Sr’s youngest Son William R. Wheeler. Bill Jr is the closest Sr. friend in my life and a true brother in the Lord Jesus Christ. I have had the honor to work with Bill for 15 years and counting. Nothing has torn our everlasting friendship apart, not even having to work in different departments now at work. I thank God for the opportunity to know these two great men and it would never have been possible without their father. Rest in peace Bill Sr. your part in bringing these fine men into this world is priceless. From my family to yours, we extend our sincerest sympathy and loving thoughts to you and yours.

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