Obit: Coulthard, William L. "Bill" (1970 - 2002)
Transcriber: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Coulthard, Schutz, Markee, Coleman, Clifford, Ndugbu, Ortner, Tritz, Crandeall, Coleman, Buchli, Michelke, Cegielski, Redmond
----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wisconsin.)
WILLIAM L ‘BILL' COULTHARD, JR
William L ‘Bill' Coulthard, Jr. age 32, of Granton, died at 6 p.m., Friday October 18, 2002 at St. Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield due to injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident.
Bill was born February 10, 1970 in Wisconsin Rapids to William and Patricia (Schutz) Coulthard, Sr.. He attended Pittsville schools. Bill farmed with his grandfather, Neal Coulthard, in the Town of Sherwood. He was then employed at Lynn Dairy and Ram Rod Hydraulics. Bill was presently self-employed training and breaking horses and operated Sherwood Trail Rides. He was also a road grader operator for the Town of Washburn. Bill enjoyed the outdoors, hunting and working with animals.
Surviving Bill are his parents, William and Patricia Coulthard, Sr. of Pittsville, one daughter, Cheyenne Lynn Coulthard; one step-daughter, Monique Markee Coleman and their mother, Dorie Coleman, all of Granton; maternal grandfather, Robber Schutz, and paternal grandmother, Eleanor Coulthard, both of Pittsville; two brothers, Robert (Diana) of Pittsville and Michael L (Amber) of Rudolph; and one sister Pamela D (Scott Clifford) Coulthard of Holman.
Preceding Bill in death are his maternal grandmother, Ruth Schutz and his paternal grandfather, Neal Coulthard.
Funeral services were held Monday at St. Joachim's Catholic Church in Pittsville, with Rev. Jude Ndugbu officiating. Offering music was Marilyn Ortner organist and Ralph Tritz led the congregational singing. Burial was in the Sherwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jeff Crandall, Brett Coleman, Rick Buchli, Jim Michelke, Steve Cegielski and Doug Schutz. Steve Redmond led a prayer service Sunday evening at the funeral home.
Buchanan Funeral Home of Neillsville assisted the family with arrangements.
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