jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu
Mon Jan 11 18:15:38 CST 2010
I met Bill at the Vegas conference where I found him direct and a little
scary, but later discovered his sense of humor and fierce support for the
product line and its history. I will miss you, Bill.
And my sympathies to your family, Kevin, on your loss.
On Mon, 11 Jan 2010, Kevin Miller wrote:
> Hi all,
> It is with great sadness that I must inform you that Bill, our Marketing
> Director here at RunRev, passed away unexpectedly on Friday. Bill was in his
> mid 40s, had diabetes and had suffered a number of health problems recently,
> including a heart attack. Unfortunately I¹m not in a position to say much
> more about the circumstances of his passing at the moment.
> During his time with us Bill spearheaded a number of initiatives which in
> part, contributed to some of the most successful growth we have seen in
> recent times. Bill was often quirky, sometimes controversial, but usually he
> was right. His strategies and campaigns were never boring and the results
> speak for themselves. Outside of work I came to consider Bill a close
> friend. In time we will be able to find someone to fill his position but I
> will always remember him for his unique contribution.
> His death comes for me right after the death of my brother¹s young daughter
> during the holidays, so between these events it will take me a little time
> to find my feet again. If you have emailed me about something and not
> received a reply I would ask that you be patient, normal service will resume
> Thank you Bill, for everything. I hope you rest in peace.
> Kind regards,
> Kevin Miller ~ kevin at runrev.com ~ http://www.runrev.com/
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