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William Corwin, age 70, of Fennville, passed away on Monday, August 24, 2020 at home under the care of his family and Hospice of Holland. He was preceded in death by his parents, Perry D.C. & Nellie Corwin; sister, Phyllis Ann; and brothers, Perry D. and Clarence.

Survivors include his sister, Rosalie Herring; brothers, Chuck (Judy), Thomas (Elsie) and Phillip (Jackie); and many nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.

Per Bill’s wishes, cremation has taken place and his cremated remains will be buried with his mother, Nellie, at Pearson Cemetery, Tazewell, TN.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Holland, 270 Hoover Blvd., Holland, MI 49423

To send a message of sympathy to the family, sign Bill’s online guest book, or to share a favorite memory, please visit: www.MichiganCremation.com

Cremation arrangements were entrusted to Michigan Cremation & Funeral Care, Grand Rapids, 616-452-3006.

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  1. Kirk on August 26, 2020 at 8:35 am

    I got to know Bill several years ago while in Saugatuck. We had many fun times and great laughs together. He was a delight to be around, bringing many smiles to everyone’s faces. Now he can soar with the angels and keep smiles on everyone’s faces in Heaven.

    Rest In Peace Bill.



  2. Jim Rozenski on August 30, 2020 at 7:23 am

    I met Bill about 20-30 years ago. I always remembered him because he made me laugh and he was fun to be around. I had been wondering what happened to him. When he lived in Grand Rapids, he wasn’t that far from me. I had no idea he had moved to the Fennville area, still not that far away. Too bad I never got to see him again. I will remember him! Rest in peace my friend!



  3. Lori Ferlito on August 30, 2020 at 12:02 pm

    When we moved to Saugatuck in 1996, Bill was one of the first to welcome us. We visited with him everyday when he worked at the old newstand on Butler Street. I especially enjoyed our long, friendly conversations when I went in to pick up the paper on those cold and blustery winter days. Bill was funny, warm, and caring. I will always have fond memories of him.



  4. Lynne Marihugh on September 1, 2020 at 10:28 pm

    When I was a little girl going to elementary school,two little neighborhood boys would stop by my house every morning to walk me to school,one on each arm and stories to tell.They were very sweet and created nice memories for a lifetime.As time went on so did we.When the Veitnam war begin I saw Bills brothers information Phillip regarding address,we connected and wrote several letters ,then one day no more letters and concern grew,how was Phil,how Billy?I often thought about them.Gladly and Sadly I recently found out.God Bless your family,and to you my brothers in arms.Into the Arms of Jesus dear Billy.Lynne Marihugh.



  5. Kathy Ann Driesenga on September 6, 2020 at 10:54 am

    I worked with Bill side by side at Max Transportation. What a great guy and a hard worker. We had many laughs together along with our boss Jake. Rest in peace Mr. Bill. Katie Driesenga



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