William Miner Obituary, Death Cause – We gather here with sorrowful hearts to remember and honor Brother William Miner, who was fondly referred to as “Bill” by all who knew him. We remember him with a heavy heart. Bill, who was 56 years old at the time of his death and had courageously fought cancer, passed away on a Saturday night. His book number was 1303538. He was a treasured member of our community and his absence will be felt keenly by all of us. Bill’s experience in the ironworking craft began when he transferred from Local 75 in Phoenix, Arizona, to our ranks. He left an indelible mark on everyone who had the opportunity of working alongside him and will be remembered for a very long time.
Bill’s abilities as an ironworker were unparalleled in the industry. His colleagues ironworkers respected and admired his extraordinary abilities, observing that he could perform any task that was needed of him with the same level of accuracy and commitment. The dedication that Bill showed to his trade was illustrative of his professionalism and strong work ethic. There has not yet been a decision made on the public service announcements for Bill. We will keep you updated when new information regarding how we may pay our respects to his family and support them during this difficult time comes to light.
People who had the honor of knowing Bill will always carry his memories with them in their hearts. His legacy will endure. He leaves behind a legacy of commitment, competence, and camaraderie that will continue to motivate all of us in the future. Brother Bill, may you finally rest in peace. Your family in the ironworking industry will remember you fondly and miss having you around. Those who knew Bill well recall him with fondness as an enthusiastic athlete who also had a profound love for music. His passion for life was mirrored in his wide range of interests.