William John Elliott

Born: Sun., Apr. 5, 1970
Died: Mon., Dec. 10, 2018


Memorial Service

10:00 AM Sat., Dec. 15, 2018
Location: Fraternal Order of Eagles 143


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William John Elliott

April 5, 1970 – December 10, 2018

Bill passed away unexpectedly at his home in Woodland Park, CO, in the early morning hours on December 10, 2018.

Bill was born April 5, 1970 in Colorado Springs, CO.  He was the youngest child born to William C. and Irene C. Elliott.

Bill grew up in Colorado Springs where he attended Coronado High School and later became a journeyman electrician.  He was an avid outdoorsman and enjoyed spending time with his family.  Bill was a man who loved animals, big or small, and was passionate about helping any critter in need.

Bill is survived by his wife of 25 years, Sandy and their four furry kids.  He is also survived by his Pop, William C. (Susan), brother Michael, nieces Kayla Suarez (Matt), Kylie Wallace (Cory) and Cheyenne York, and many aunts, uncles, cousins and family-in-law.

Bill was preceded in death by his Mom, Irene.

Bill’s Memorial Service will be held Saturday, December 15, 2018 at 10:00 am at the Fraternal Order of Eagles 143, 1050 S. 21st St., Colorado Springs.

In lieu of flowers the family is requesting a donation to TCRAS , Teller County Regional Animal Shelter in Bill’s memory.

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Mike Fernandez
   Posted Wed December 12, 2018
Bill was a good friend. I was Bill's apprentice for a number of years and he always treated me fair and took extra time to spread his knowledge of the trade and teach me skills I still use. I'm gonna miss the big guy, he always made me laugh.

Dylan Alley
   Posted Wed December 12, 2018
In 1995 when I started the IBEW apprentship we became friends. Fished toghether and worked with him for most of the time since. Never have I met a man of such kindness. He would drop whatever he was doing to offer assistance to someone in need. Not just at work but more so away from work. A very loving man that stood by his word and could trust him with your life. I’m going to miss you Billy. You were a great friend, loving husband, and beyond all that a great man that loved helping pops and Mike and my family out whenever you could. Thanks for the opportunity and time I spent with you my friend. Love ya

Brad Simshauser
   Posted Thu December 13, 2018
Billy was the brother I never had growing up . I looked up to him . He was my hero growing up . We had alot of good times. He would come pick me up for my birthday and take me to buy me a new tape at independent records . Then go for a drive in the Bronco . He was a great man . I will miss him so much !!!

Mindy Moroskie
   Posted Thu December 13, 2018
I never met Bill, but through his wife I heard stories of his love for animals. His kind heart and affection towards God’s creatures won me over immediately. I know his furry friends will miss him tremendously. I pray for comfort and peace for all his loved ones big and small. He will be greatly missed.

Kimberly Newman
   Posted Thu December 13, 2018
I knew Bill through my Aunt Sandy and was one of my uncle's! I have so many funny memories if him and that man loved coca cola, hunting and animals! His spirit lives on through his lived ones.

John travers
   Posted Fri December 14, 2018
I’ve had the pleasure of working with bill since he was an apprentice and from day one , he’s proved he was truly a professional and took pride in his work . As the yrs went by bill and became close friends . There’s nobody I can think of that cares about people the way Bill did ! And as always if you needed something bill was there. And never did a day go by that he didn’t bring up his family ! Going to miss you brother much luv

Stephanie Barlow
   Posted Sat December 15, 2018
Sending so much love to Sandy and all of you family at this time. I didn’t have the pleasure of knowingBill, but Sandy is the best kind of person in the world, so his connection to her makes me love him already. xoxoxo

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