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 William Hosmer Esslinger Jr.

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William Hosmer Esslinger Jr.

Birth
Death
26 Sep 2005 (aged 82)
Burial
Adair Ford, Madison County, Alabama, USA
Memorial ID
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William Hosmer Esslinger, resident of Huntsville and Whitepine, Colo., passed away Monday surrounded by his family. Born in Florence, he was a chemical engineering graduate of Hendrix College in Conway, Ark., and a World War II veteran of the Army Air Corps. Mr. Esslinger was a systems analyst in Operations Research for the Army Missile Command. He was an avid hunter and fisherman and a charter and lifetime member of the Madison County Chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. His volunteer work included Red Cross disaster relief and March of Dimes fundraising. He was a charter member of the Upper Tomichi Historical Association. Survivors include his wife of 61 years, Margaret Lipscomb Esslinger; daughter, Linda Esslinger Morrell and husband, Ed, of Marietta, Ga.; sons, William Thomas Esslinger and wife, Teresa, of New Market, John Robert Esslinger and wife, Betty, of Scottsboro, and Timothy Christopher Esslinger and wife, Sue, of Huntsville. He is also survived by grandchildren, Tollie Esslinger Godwin and husband, Glenn, of New Market, John Robert Esslinger Jr. of Huntsville, Jason Edward Morrell and wife, Kristy, of Atlanta, Margaret Elizabeth Morrell of Alpharetta, Ga., Thomas Keith Esslinger of Birmingham, Sarah Frances Esslinger of Madison, Lauren Elaine Esslinger of Decatur, and Brian William Bellan of Huntsville; and three greatgrandchildren. He is also survived by his loyal dachshund, Che Che.

William Hosmer Esslinger, resident of Huntsville and Whitepine, Colo., passed away Monday surrounded by his family. Born in Florence, he was a chemical engineering graduate of Hendrix College in Conway, Ark., and a World War II veteran of the Army Air Corps. Mr. Esslinger was a systems analyst in Operations Research for the Army Missile Command. He was an avid hunter and fisherman and a charter and lifetime member of the Madison County Chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. His volunteer work included Red Cross disaster relief and March of Dimes fundraising. He was a charter member of the Upper Tomichi Historical Association. Survivors include his wife of 61 years, Margaret Lipscomb Esslinger; daughter, Linda Esslinger Morrell and husband, Ed, of Marietta, Ga.; sons, William Thomas Esslinger and wife, Teresa, of New Market, John Robert Esslinger and wife, Betty, of Scottsboro, and Timothy Christopher Esslinger and wife, Sue, of Huntsville. He is also survived by grandchildren, Tollie Esslinger Godwin and husband, Glenn, of New Market, John Robert Esslinger Jr. of Huntsville, Jason Edward Morrell and wife, Kristy, of Atlanta, Margaret Elizabeth Morrell of Alpharetta, Ga., Thomas Keith Esslinger of Birmingham, Sarah Frances Esslinger of Madison, Lauren Elaine Esslinger of Decatur, and Brian William Bellan of Huntsville; and three greatgrandchildren. He is also survived by his loyal dachshund, Che Che.


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