William W. Bedford

William W. Bedford

October 22, 1934 – January 7, 2024

VISITATION: Friday, January 12, 5 to 7 p.m., followed by VIGIL at 7 p.m. at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, 14330 Eagle Run Dr.

Private Family Funeral Mass and Burial.

In lieu of flowers, Memorials may be directed to Skutt Catholic High School and St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church.

Bill was preceded in death by mother, Fae Bedford, father, William Bedford, and sister, Joann Meyer.

He is survived by wife, Kate Bedford; son, Bill Bedford Jr. (Laurie); daughters: Lynn Bedford, Cindy Bedford, Susie Kizer (Ed), Becky Fischer (Ted); brothers, Tom Bedford, Roy Bedford; sisters, Carolyn Gindrup and Connie Pell; grandchildren: Kathryn Williams, Grace Little , Jordan Bedford, Shae Woodham, Ted Kizer, Joe Kizer, Maria Kizer, Faith Armsbury, Jake Fischer, Matt Fischer, Sarah Hagge, and Anna Fischer; great-grandchildren: Conner Williams, Atlas Woodham, Asher Woodham, Grace Armsbury, and Kinsley Kizer.

Bill was a beloved husband, father, brother, grandfather, and great grandfather.  Second to his family, Bill took much pride in his 36-year career with Kiewit Construction Company where he served as the Corporate   Equipment Manager. He was a humble caring and charitable man that touched the lives of many.


  • Edgar W Butsch Posted January 9, 2024 10:59 am

    Ms. Kate, Bill, Lynn, Cindy, Suzie and Becky.
    My words cannot properly express the sorrow for the loss of your dear husband and father.
    He had tremendous influence and guidance to the men and women that followed him, and the outcome of their careers reflected all that Bill developed and did well at. Always a great source of advise, a guiding hand. He was a friend who will be deeply missed by “His Team”. Edgar and Caroline Butsch

  • Chris Spencer Posted January 10, 2024 8:28 am

    Ms. Kate, Bill, Lynn, Cindy, Suzie and Becky.
    We are so sorry of your loss. Bill had meant a lot to many. His help and guidance had propelled many of us to the careers that we have had working for Kiewit. Bill was always there when we needed help or advice in our different careers. I don’t know of anyone that Bill would not help. We will miss him, but we also know that there is another plan for Bill. To the family we share your sorrow
    God Bless
    Chris and Cathy Spencer

  • Vicki Sempek and Family Posted January 10, 2024 6:20 pm

    Our entire family is grateful to have known Bill. He was admired for his kindness, generosity, gracious hospitality, and wisdom. Our heartfelt sympathy for Kate and all the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren who will continue Bill’s legacy. We were talking about Bill the other day and we all agreed that “Bill was a tough Texan.” Yes, he was. When Bill made a decision to do something there was no doubt that it would be accomplished. Rest in Peace, Bill. Vicki, Chris and Ben Sempek and Delynn Sempek Ellis

  • Tom Shaver Posted January 12, 2024 4:41 pm

    So sorry to hear of Bills passing,one of the nicest and fairest-customers I ever did business with in my 45 years in the painting and decorating business.He will be greatly missed God Bless

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