William Keith Dodson

August 4, 1952January 26, 2021

William ‘Bill’ Keith Dodson was born on August 4, 1952 to Billy Joe and Gracie LaDean Dodson in Holdenville, OK. Bill passed away on January 26, 2021 in the comfort of his own home in Snohomish county. He is survived by his wife, Mary; son, Jess; grandchildren; Robert and Rhianalyn; brother; Steven and his wife Sandra.

Bill moved with his family to the Pacific Northwest in 1961 and settled in Redmond, WA. He graduated from Redmond High School in 1970. After that, he met his beautiful wife, Mary and they got married in 1980. Soon after that, they moved to Snohomish in 1981 and that is where he’s called home ever since.

In Bill’s career he worked as an Inspector for PSE for 20+ years. After that, he was at the Snohomish County Planning & Development as a Grading Inspector until he retired in 2015.

Bill’s passion was fishing. He lived to fish. Other activities that he enjoyed were boating, camping, a little bit of golfing and of course motorcycles. You’d also catch him every now and then yelling at the Seahawks and Huskies football teams. Although when he wasn’t caught up with that, he enjoyed working outside in his yard, spending time at his Lake Roosevelt Vacation home and doing what he enjoyed most; fishing.


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Joseph Emerson

January 29, 2021

Thanks Bill ! for all your hugs and I love you's. Mary and you were are biggest fans. Dion and I will never forget you and Mary being there at the Show Box in Seattle and the banner you bought of our band and had it placed so dignified . You were always so excited whenever we played that it encouraged us to play our best. Mary , I really can't find words right now , but maybe in time I will. My family and I send our love and prayers to you , for the lose of your loving husband Bill. We will miss him very much ! God Bless you ! and your family. Rest in peace Bill , Sincerely Joe Emerson and family