Tim Ryf wrote on February 27, 2020
Those who knew Bill, will say he was respectful towards us. Bill controlled his emotions and kept his complaints to a minimum. This made him easy to approach and we felt at ease with him. We will hold a special place in our hearts for our friend and loved one, Bill Hinz.
Lori Hinz wrote on January 31, 2020
I will miss you my dear Brother-in- Law. May you rest in eternal peace, Bill....you most certainly have earned it. Lori Hinz
Lori Fenner Koepp Olson wrote on January 22, 2020
Kurt, my heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. He was a man that was dedicated to his family and his little brother - Kurt. Always find comfort in knowing he is always around you. Just call out his name and he will be there by your side. Continue to go to the races and doing all the things the two of you enjoyed doing, he would want it that way. Trust me, he will be right there enjoying life with you, just in a different way. I am sorry I couldn't be there to let you know how sorry I am and to give you a big hug for comfort. Keep his spirit alive!! Love you!
BJ OConnor Schevers wrote on January 21, 2020
A great silent helper in many of my early media projects which never would have been accomplished without him. So sorry for your loss. We started in the pioneering days of media production at FVTC.
Teresa Tuschl wrote on January 21, 2020
Bill helped with more FVTC events and meetings than I can count! He always got it done - no matter the complications or last minute requests. He contributed to so much while here. May he rest in peace. Prayers to his family & friends for peace too.
Mary Frozena (a former FVTC colleague) wrote on January 20, 2020
A wonderful man who quietly made contributions to the College and our customers every day. Peace to you and to your family.
Fred Pinkerton wrote on January 20, 2020
Dear Sue.....and Kurt...... Very sorry to hear about Wilbur....... I can share the happy times that he provided me when we worked together building a barn in Winneconne. He and Jerry Resop came down all summer....to help. Those boys were all......Good Boys.......we had real fun together.... Larry Krueger....too. I am out of the state for the winter.....or I would come to say hello...... Sorry..... Fred Pinkerton and Liz
Glen Orsburn wrote on January 19, 2020
Bill may you be at peace, God bless you into his kingdom and valleys. You were a co-worker yet I would hope to say a friend, you were soft spoken, humble and intelligent man. You will be missed, my prayers to you and your family.
Roger and Bette Hoytink wrote on January 19, 2020
Our deepest sympathy. Keeping Bill’s children and siblings in our thoughts and prayers.
Sabine Sterling wrote on January 18, 2020
I'm so sorry for your loss. I didn't know him very well, but I knew him enough to be able to say he was a good man. A man that adored his kids and his grandkids. He will be missed. I will keep him and his family in my prayers. Gid bless!