OBITUARY

William Fillmore Bozarth

November 21, 1943July 6, 2018
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Our beloved father William F. "Bill" Bozarth passed away peacefully at his home in Riverside on July 6, 2018 surrounded by his family. He was 74.

Bill was born on November 21, 1943 in Antioch California, the third of nine children born to Willie and Lucille Bozarth.

Bill graduated from Western High School, Anaheim, CA. in 1961. He attended Cal State Berkeley and began his career with State Farm and retired after 42+ years.

Bill met Alyce in 1972 and they were married on May 18, 1974. They were married 32 years, until her passing May 22, 2006.

Bill enjoyed spending time with his family. He also enjoyed working in his yard, watching the horse races, watching his favorite sports teams on TV, and going to Las Vegas.

Bill is preceded in death by his parents, Willie and Lucille Bozarth, his wife Alyce, his sisters, Nelda Lindsay and Donna Bozarth, his brother Jim Bozarth, his brothers in law Michael Hicks and Pete Lindsay, sister in law Mitzi Bozarth and nephew Peter Lindsay.

Bill is survived by his daughters, Carrie(Gerald) Keever and Stephanie (David) Green, brothers, Gerald Bozarth and Gary(Sandy) Bozarth; sisters, Jeanette (Ray)Vermulen, Beverly Hicks, Linda(Conny) Ericcson, sister in law Georgia Bozarth; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews.

Reception following service:

Acheson & Graham Garden of Prayer Mortuary 7944 Magnolia Ave,

Riverside, CA 92504

The family has requested in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Mission Hospice. 2385 Northside suite 200. San Diego, Ca. 92108 Attn: Jennifer Kimsey

Services

  • Graveside Service Friday, July 27, 2018
  • Reception Friday, July 27, 2018
REMEMBERING

William Fillmore Bozarth

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Janice Brown

July 14, 2018

I've thought about Bill often. He was one of my trainers at State Farm. I still tell the story today, about when he was riding with me. I was going down a street (too fast) and saw a DIP sign. I kind of yelled that out because there wasn't time to slow down. After we went over the dip, he calmly looked at me and said, "What did you call me?" We had a good laugh over that. A good heart, a great teacher, a good sense of humor and a kind man. My heart goes to his family and many friends and prayers that their sorrows will bend to sweet memories of a man loved by many.

Nancy Fuller Baird

July 14, 2018

Sorry to hear this sad news. It's been many years since I last saw Bill but I can still remember his sense of humor and his laugh. Sorry to his family for their great loss. Praying for peace and comfort in your days ahead.

Scott Benson

July 14, 2018

Saddened to hear about Bill. Of all those who shared with me during my career I think I learned the most from him. I was a better representative because of him ... and a better man. His legacy will be hard to forget ...

Frank Canin

July 14, 2018

Sorry to hear this about Bill. He was a great guy. Always willing to help me as I learned more and more. Great sense of humor. I've missed working with him. I'll miss him even more now. Godspeed, Bill.

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