William "Bill" Landreth Jr.

September 18, 1947May 7, 2021

William “Bill” Landreth Jr. passed away on May 7, 2021, surrounded by his loved ones in Denver, Colorado.

He was born to Elsie and Bill Landreth Sr. on September 18, 1947 in Guymon, Oklahoma. He graduated Guymon High School in 1966. He furthered his education with a degree in Business Administration from Panhandle State University.

Bill was preceded in death by parents, Bill and Elsie Landreth and his eldest grandchild, Matthew Fleener.

He is survived by his brother, Mike Landreth, his three children and their spouses, Julie and Jack Henander, Teresa and James Higley and Scott and Sarah Landreth. He has seven grandchildren surviving him; James and Claire Henander, Abigail Fleener, Hope Higley, and Ava, Jack and Charlie Landreth.

Graveside services will be held on Friday, May 14, 2021 at Olinger Crown Hill Cemetery in Wheat Ridge, Colorado.


  • Graveside Service & Committal

    Friday, May 14, 2021


William "Bill" Landreth Jr.

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Nancy Meyer

May 12, 2021

Dear Julie, Teresa, Scott and family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time of sadness. May God’s blessed assurance of eternal life give you comfort and peace knowing that your loved Dad is with Jesus, his Lord & Savior.
With love and sympathy,
Tim & Nancy Meyer and family

Chery Tchir

May 12, 2021

When Aunt Elsie, Uncle Bill, Mike and Billy moved to our town of El Segundo in the mid 1950's I was thrilled! Two cute boy cousins the same ages as my sister Karen and me expanded our family and our hearts. I have so many fond memories of our years together, playing cards and games, playing hide and seek outside, gathering together for meals, going to Little League baseball games, sharing Christmas fun -- especially pulling taffy and cutting out paper snowflakes. Bill was always fun and kind, and loved by everyone.

After they moved back to Guymon, Karen and I visited them in Guymon one summer; our family (all 7 of us) traveled in a VW bus to Guymon for a Christmas visit; and Mike and Bill came back to El Segundo for visits in their late teens. We loved being together.

Bill visited my husband and me 20 or 30 years ago, and he shared with me his near death experience when in the coma after his horrific accident. He briefly died and was drawn through a dark tunnel to an all encompassing loving light, a place of utter peace and love which he didn't want to leave. But, he was told it was not his time. that there were things he needed to do and that he would have a son. Reluctantly he left that place of love, and entered a long hard recovery. He did have a son, Scott, a blessing! And he needed to be there for his beloved daughter Teresa.

I believe he now is resting in that all encompassing love and peace.

He will remain in my heart always.
With love,
Cheryl Tchir

Karen Landreth Hopper

May 10, 2021

Growing up in El Segundo with our cousins, Bill and Mike, made for fun memories for all of the Landreths. We had endless days riding bikes, playing cards, going to the plunge, playing at Rec Park, watching Bill, Mike, Terry and Brent play Little League. Then Debra came along. The summers brought on picnics and the beach, and at Christmas we made snowflakes and had taffy pulls. Bill was a great guy who we loved dearly. We will miss him, but he will stay in our hearts forever.