William R. Kohlwey

June 29, 1954 - June 8, 2013
candle-small flame
Geisen Funeral Home Light a candle Light a candle
Light a Candle
Flowers & Gifts

Arrangements starting at $35

William R. Kohlwey, age 58, of Crown Point, IN, passed away on Saturday, June 8, 2013. William is survived by his former spouse and friend, Cynthia Piekarczyk; daughters: Lenise Kohlwey and Desiree Davidson; step-son, Brian Brightwell; grandchildren: Tristan Reynolds and Vanessa Davidson; sisters: Becky Henning and Sherry Fedele; brothers: Bruce, Mike, Don, Rob, Tim, andContinue Reading

dave cambe left a message on June 13, 2013:
jdbill will always be missed he was a very nice person to talk to and a very honest person to deal with the first time i met bill i thought he was a very grouchy man but the next time my opinion of him took a 180 turn he was a great man to talk to he loved to have someone to stop in and visit him and help him when he wasnt to stubborn to ask i always enjoyed helping and talking to him you will be missed very much jdbill your friend dave ps sorry i cant be at the service saturday i have a neice that is having a open house my sympathy and condolences goes out to the family of bill
darryl rickert / carolyn belcher left a message on June 11, 2013:
he will be missed great guy would give you the shirt off his back
wally serabian left a message on June 11, 2013:
R.I.P. my friend, no more pain
Denise Gandy left a message on June 11, 2013:
Bill was a hard worker and was a nice fellow. He had a sense of humor with a touch of wisdom to his stories. He loved his family and liked to talk about them. Rest in peace, you will be missed.
Scary left a message on June 11, 2013:
To My Friend John Deere Bill, We're never ready to say goodbye to someone we hold dear. If it were up to us John Deere Bill, we'd always keep you here. But God has reasons of his own And plans we do not know, And these are always for our good though it may seem not so. Our arms are empty and our hearts are filled with tears and grief For we loved each day with you, Now find those days too brief. Yet if only we could see heaven, we'd know you're happy there And we would never call you back When such great joy you share. And so we'll trust you to God's Great Care And know someday, once more, We'll hold you to our hearts again When we reach heaven's shore. Thank you for the memories and for being a friend John Deere Bill Rest Now, Luv Scary
Geisen Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
Show More