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Most recently, his efforts with his local church and others had been to welcome and affirm people of all sexual orientations, races and economic status. Surviving are two daughters, two sisters and three grandchildren. In addition to Elizabeth, he is survived by a daughter, Karen Harris Hvenegaard, and her husband, Niels; a son, Christopher Harris, and his wife, Alice Sajdera; a stepdaughter, Anne Flemings Keuper, and her husband, John; a stepson, Peter Flemings, and his wife, Ann; and grandchildren Jesse, Sean, Emily, Christina and Nicholas. He seems to have had a flair for bold business moves. 28 and produced two children: Patricia Louise Plunkett, born in 1964, and William Haake Plunkett, born two years later. The Plunketts subsequently traveled around the continent by train.He was predeceased by Fidelia, and by a son, William; a brother, George; and a sister, Charlotte. He was predeceased in death by his brothers, Peter and John. In 1981 he dismantled his VW agency building, retaining only the auto leasing part of the enterprise, and built a large apartment complex on the site. Bill exhibited a conservative and nostalgic side in the pieces he wrote for our 35th and 50th reunions, lamenting Amherst’s decisions to end its role as an all-male institution and to abolish fraternities.And I probably should have written about the general turmoil I’ve faced as a young black radical pastor in a self-professing progressive as it struggles to maintain spaces of true racial diversity.And one day I will write about those things in more depth and detail."I don't feel like an intruder living here, because the state gave it to me, and before I had nothing."Her neighbor, Raul Cabot Blanco, says the house he lives in belonged to "El Americano," according to his parents, although he wasn't even born when the home was confiscated and turned over to his family.
Family lore, he says, has it that the home was a gift.As I read this over, and as many of you knew, he was truly a man of God who served his faith and his community in a most exemplary manner. Bill had a passion for antique autos—buying, trading, restoring and showing them. On the other side, he wrote that Bill Peverill left us on April 29 after several weeks of decline and discomfort.Another classmate of whom we can be genuinely proud. We all remember Bill’s unfailing and innovative sense of humor and his popularity with friends and classmates as well as his sense of style.All of the articles submitted to are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivs 3.0 Unported License.All submissions remain property of the individual writers which Young Clergy Women International has the exclusive privilege to publish and publicize throughout our communication channels including Facebook and Twitter.Fidelia's father worked as a gardener for the Smiths before the family's property was confiscated by the new government.