William Martin Delcampo

September 29, 1952May 27, 2021

William Martin Delcampo was born on September 29, 1952 and passed away on May 27, 2021 and is under the care of Gates, Kingsley & Gates Smith Salsbury Funeral Directors.

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Victoria Von Roth

June 16, 2021

Bill...what a wonderful man! Always had a smile and a kind word when we met. Always was there with a helpful hand when needed. I loved this gentle man and he will be greatly missed.

Dan Danielson

June 16, 2021

I will miss Bill deeply. I consider him a friend as well as a fellow member of our church congregation. We went to Dodger games together, and had a great time serving others and eating out together. He was always someone who could be counted on when help was needed and people genuinely loved him. I will miss him greatly and loved him dearly.

Rick Burke

June 15, 2021

l enjoyed Bill's friendship: I home taught along with Steve Dover: We enjoyed our inter action with bill and we enjoyed discussing simple and salient points of the gospel:
Death is but the next adventure!
I know Bill is enjoying his new adventure and l know that he know that we miss his spirit:

Jad Mills

June 14, 2021

I knew Bill as a quiet but friendly presence. We used to chat together before church before I moved away. He was always very kind to me and my family. God bless him and all his loved ones.

Matthew Surlin

June 14, 2021

Bill and I sang in the church choir together. I will miss this kind, gentle and jovial man -- and his deep bass voice. He had been in my thoughts so much that I used to call a man in my apartment building "Bill," I guess because he reminded me of Bill. (It turns out his name is Ed.) Too soon, too soon.

Carl Hammer

June 14, 2021

Bill faithfully attended and participated in choir at church - he had a deep bass voice. A few times he told me he never had training in singing - but really enjoyed the activity. I was always glad to see him there in the back row - ready to sing! The only thing that kept him away from choir was his health - I know he suffered from a number of ailments the last few years. Several Sundays before his passing I noticed he was back in church listening to me practice the organ before services began. We waved hi - it was good to see him again after almost a year absence because of Covid restrictions. I will miss Bill - and his gentle, thoughtful, friendly contributions to Sunday School, Priesthood meeting and choir. God be with you 'til we meet again Bill - and wishing peace and comfort to his family and friends. Carl Hammer

Timothy Moore

June 13, 2021

My name is Bishop Moore. Bill was a member of our congregation when he passed away. We are saddened to hear of his passing and offer our deepest condolences. I had the opportunity to speak with Bill on a number of occassions. He would always be one of the first to our Sunday services where he would sit peacefully enjoying the prelude music. We offer our love, help, and support and the possibility of a service at our Congregational building. Please contact me if you feel comfortable. My email is My cell phone is 720 277 2751