William Ketzer
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Obituary of William Ketzer

Dear Family and friends,


"Billy the Bull"would like you all to know that he has moved on to a beautiful home where there is no more pain or suffering. He is standing strong taking the hands of his mother, Erma L. Benedict Ketzer and his father John Francis Ketzer where they will be walking the streets of gold with his beautiful sister, Dianna Marie Ketzer Radley and her husband William Donald Radley, Sr. His precious son Michael Todd Ketzer greeted him with open arms saying "DAD YOU'RE HOME" along with his father in law Julian R. Davila bringing him as many tacos as he can eat. Bill loves food. Even though he is in his heavenly home  he knows he will be missed by many, but he wants us to know his love will always be with us. He wants his wonderful sons, William J. Ketzer, Jr.  and Bryan P. Ketzer of Rapid City, South Dakota to know he will always be with them and his love will surround them always, and that he loves his legacy Lucas M. Ketzer and Melody M. Ketzer, his two beautiful grandchildren. 


Thank you to his siblings for all the wonderful crazy adventures they had together, there are to many to count. Judith Ann Ketzer Schepisi and her husband Fred (Skip) of Colonie, Arlene Frances Ketzer Radley and her husband Ronald of East Chatham, Donald Ketzer and his wife Patricia of East Chatham, Patricia Rose Ketzer Goodall and her husband Adam of Castleton, Mark J. Ketzer of East Chatham, Allen Kevin Ketzer and his wife Julie of New Hampshire. God bless his many nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. 


We are sad that he has passed away and we will miss him so, but we also need to be happy that we were blessed to have had Bill as part of our lives. He is surrounded by love ones and he is free from pain and suffering. "Billy the Bull" has a new home, he has a mansion just over the hilltop in a bright land where he will never grow old and he will walk on streets that are the purest gold. 


With much love, 

Bill's wife Eva Davila Ketzer


P.S. Thank you sis, Arlene, for helping along this journey


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