Bill Hemingway 1920 ~ 2005 Our Dad, Brother, Friend, William Kerr (Bill) Hemingway, passed away November 3rd, 2005, at age 85. He was born April 17, 1920, and lived most of his life in Salt Lake and Bennion before moving to Tremonton, Utah. He graduated from West High School where he excelled in baseball, football and other sports which earned him a scholarship. Dad was a veteran of the Second World War serving as an Army radio operator in Hawaii. Later, he became a Postal Carrier, work he truly loved, and where he made many life-long friends along the way. Dad was instrumental in starting the Little League program in the Jordan Park area. He served as baseball and football coach, fund raiser, coordinator and maintenance person for many years. The Little League ball field he helped build was named after him. Sports were his passion. He was in the Amateur Baseball League and helped revise their constitution. He umpired and refereed games up to high school level. He bowled with his work friends, enjoyed playing tennis with his brother, Sam, and loved golfing-and he was good at it! He spent many happy hours playing at the Meadowbrook Golf Course near his Bennion home. Dad's parents were George and Electa Eyre Elliott Hemingway. He married Wilma Hamel, and their children are Bill (Jenny), FL; Larry (LuRae), Salt Lake; Susan Chamberlin (Dave), So Jordan; Karren Richins (Steve), Salt Lake; and Jim (Carolyn), Morgan. He is survived by one brother, Vernon L (Nola Marie), Salt Lake; and one sister, Irene Butcher, Salt Lake, and was preceded in death by eight brothers and two sisters; 21 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. A memorial service for friends and relatives will be held Saturday, January 28th at 1:00 pm at the Sugar House Stake Center, 1700 South 1100 East. Internment was Nov. 4 at the Wasatch Lawn Cemetery in SLC.