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William Konrad Eckenbrecht

Born: 11/8/1958, Ogden, Utah
Death: 4/21/2017, Moab, Utah

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5/3/2017 - Sad to see the world lost a kind caring man. I will miss Bill and his humor and hope to meet him in the future on the other side. - Leo A Dutilly

4/30/2017 - I lost my across the street neighbor and best friend last Friday. Bill and I shared many laughs and good times. We rode dirt bikes frequently until Bills health prevented it. He was no slouch on the bike, and could hang with the best. I won't soon forget the Friday evening get togethers in his back yard. Happy trails, my friend! - Ted Ecker

4/26/2017 - I will miss Bill's friendship. I will miss the times we talked over the phone many years after he worked on another team. Bill had a great work ethic and always did his best. He knew policy very well and would help others understand how to do things. I will miss his smile and unforgettable laugh. He use to do impersonations of famous people in our team meetings and would make us all laugh. The one impersonation that stands out was when he would replicate saying of John Wayne . Bill had many saying that I still remember to this day. Some of them were passed down from his father. I won't put them in this but they were very colorful and got right to the point. Bill loved to ride his dirt bike and would tell me of all the neat places he would go riding in the Moab area. I know he loved his Hodaka motorcycle that he restored. I am a better person for having known Bill. - Jim Stavros

4/26/2017 - Bill is gone and I can't believe it! Goodbye to a bright spirit. Bill was intelligent, but it didn't stop there! He was a champion of the underdog, and assisted many people who were seeking benefits from the state and the federal government. He was also a comedian and could impersonate anyone, (Stephen Colbert could have taken lessons). As a friend and mentor once said, "I am afraid if I turn a corner Bill will be there doing an impersonation of me." Bill met Teri and they formed a wonderful union. They loved music, going camping and attending concerts in Telluride and other places. Unfortunately those activities were cut short by Teri's cancer, which happened only months after she saw Bill through his grilling cancer treatments, and Teri left first. Bill loved his family and was proud to have parents who were educators, sisters and brothers who pursued diversified paths: I don't know you all, but actress, entrepreneurs, ballet stars, teachers, and all-around decent persons come to mind. Know that your brother was a good person who cared deeply and loved a lot! - Katie Hanway

4/24/2017 - Bill was a great guy. He always had a laugh and a smile no matter how hard things were. He will be greatly missed. - Debbie Stavros

4/24/2017 - Bill you were a great friend and I sure am going to miss you. We had a lot of laughs along the way. I am a better person for knowing You. - David Herrera

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