William Marvin Ginenthal

April 20, 1951February 16, 2018

William Marvin Ginenthal was born on April 20, 1951 and passed away on February 16, 2018 in Grandview, Missouri.


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Tim Coleman

March 5, 2018

I have many fond memories of Uncle Bill - what stands out the most is how he found joy in whatever he was doing, he was always comfortable in his own skin, what you saw was true to who he was. I have not heard his laugh in person in many years, but I can hear/see his laugh as if it were yesterday. Our family road trip to Missouri circa 1991 is a fond memory I have of Bill and his incredible family, a trip I will never forget. I know it was busy when they came to see us for our wedding party in 2012, but it was great to see Uncle Bill, Aunt Eve, Brian, Ben, and Angie - I just wish we all had more time together.

David Christian

February 21, 2018

I first met Bill when he visited my house church in 2003. His life and ministry touched me and my family in countless ways. I know him as a man after the heart of God. I know him as an authentic man. Until we meet again, my brother.

Ronnie Machado

February 19, 2018

I first met Bill in 1979 in Ohio. From then on we became longtime friend. In 1987 I asked him to be my best man in my wedding. We through all the years always stayed in contact. My family and his would go camping and other trips. He was truly a good friend and brother in Christ!!

Janel Bowen

February 18, 2018

I first met Bill at his house church in 1987. He was a friend of my now husband Rob. Bill has had a tremendous impact on my life and the lives of my husband and children in the 30 years of knowing him. We could never repay him for the kindness he has shown to us. I will truly miss him.

Marla Coleman

February 18, 2018

I will greatly miss my brother Bill. He was a kind & caring person, everyone who ever met him liked him. He loved his children deeply. Family was very important to him along with his religion. I never lost touch with him although he was not good at getting back to you. We were close in age & had a lot of the same friends in Swan Lake, although he told me I do not want you hanging around with my friends. I told him they were my friends too. He said oh then it would be alright. I will always love & miss him.