OBITUARY

Willliam E. Stark

October 18, 1942January 4, 2021

William "Bill" E. Stark, 78, retired mechanic from Boeing, passed away on January 4, 2021. He was a wonderful father and friend and excellent provider for his family and friends. He was always helping those in need. Born in Wichita, Kansas on October 18, 1942 to Roy and Maybelle (Hinshaw) Stark. He served his country in the United States Navy and we honor him for his service to our country. He was an avid car show participant. Preceded in death by his parents; brother, Bob Albertin (Ruth); sister, Barbara Jones. Survived by his wife: Donna Stark; son: Dennis (Connie) Thomas; sister: Jeannie Minnick; nephew: Larry Raple (Shelley); granddaughters, Shenelle (Jason), Miranda; great grandchildren: Calam (Maranda), Isabelle; great-great-grandchildren: Averey, Quentin, Jackson. According to William's wishes, there will be no services.

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james boyd

January 12, 2021

My deepest condolences and prayers for the family of Bill
I shared at least a couple of decades working with or around Bill at Boeing and shared moments with him and Donna at Thunderbird and Northrock bowling alley. I took my Grandchildren to a couple of his Car Shows and they enjoyed meeting him and viewing that very nice restored automobile he enjoyed showing off.
Bill was a guy I could approach at any time and get a great smile and Handshake.May he R.I.P.

Sonja Ingalls

January 10, 2021

Will never forget you being at the hospital 34 years ago when Casey was born. Bill was the kindest, sweetest, most ornery man I’ve had the privilege to know. My heart breaks for Donna and the rest of the family. Keeping you all in thoughts & prayers, much love to all.

Patrick Sullivan

January 7, 2021

Sorry to hear about Bill. I always enjoyed the time I spend with he always made me laugh. It was always a joy working with him on his car. He will be greatly missed.

Ron Renteria

January 7, 2021

RIP my friend. Bill worked for me for many years. He was always there when I needed him. We spent many hours working on the flight line. He had many friends while working for Boeing and I am sure he will be truly missed. Prayers to the family.

Jay Allen

January 6, 2021

My condolences to your family. I worked with Bill at Boeing on the flight line for many years and I have to say Bill was a good kind caring man. He was a pleasure to work around. Enjoyed a really great afternoon sippin beers at the Mulvane car show. I will miss seeing him around.
Jay Allen