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    Default Bill Krenz' passing, originall posted under Back From the Stomping Grounds

    It is with profound sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Bill Krenz, editor and founder of Inside Archery and Bowhunt America magazines.

    The archery industry knew him as an industry leader, a brilliant writer and editor who had years of experience working for some of the top companies in the industry. But at Zebra Publishing, we knew him as a devoted husband, father and grandfather, a passionate outdoorsman who lived and breathed bowhunting, a mentor, a source of inspiration and a friend. Words cannot express how deeply he will be missed.

    Bill is survived by his wife, Sherry; his children, Tracey, Tyler, Tara, Travis and daughter-in law Heather; and his four grandchildren, Rachael, Colton, Maquel and Isabelle.

    Bill celebrated his 58th birthday yesterday.

    More information on the arrangements will follow.
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    Default Re: Bill Krenz' passing, originall posted under Back From the Stomping Grounds

    Another sober reminder that life is short and full of uncertainty. I didn't know Bill, but he certainly seemed like a heck of a guy with a lot of outdoor experiences to share. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.
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    This is absolutely shattering news. Bill is a tremendous fellow. His tag line said it all. I'll fondly cherish the little time I was able to spend with him as well as the picture of him, on crutches, bow in hand heading off to hunt antelope…This one hurts.

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    Prayers go out to his family and all that knew him.
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    Some men go to church on Sundays and wish they were fishing ... I go fishing and talk to God.
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    Default Re: Bill Krenz' passing, originall posted under Back From the Stomping Grounds

    I'm shocked to hear about this. We will all miss Bill and his participation on this board. Thoughts and prayers for the family.

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    He will be missed! May his family be comforted during this difficult time.

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    Default Re: Bill Krenz' passing, originall posted under Back From the Stomping Grounds

    Bill's son has graciously given me permission to post information about the funeral services:

    The Krenz family has scheduled services to celebrate the life of Bill Krenz, editor and publisher of Inside Archery and Bowhunt America, who unexpectedly passed on Monday.


    Funeral Service and Travel Information:



    Fri. 12-17 Visitation 4-8 pm Swan Law Funeral Directors

    Sat. 12-18 Viewing 10 am New Life Church

    12-18 Services 11 am New Life Church

    12-18 Post-service reception Krenz household



    Please ship all flowers, gifts and care packages to Swan Law Funeral Directors or the Krenz household, the addresses are listed below.



    Funeral attendees can book discounted travel arrangements through the Dignity Memorial Travel Program. Call 1-800-344-6489 or visit dignitymemorial.com to make reservations. When making reservations, notify the agent that this is in regards to the Bill Krenz funeral with the Swan Law Funeral Directors, and use the reference number 2325.



    Attendees requiring lodging can receive discounted rates at the Air Force Academy Hampton Inn and Suites across the street from New Life Church. When booking, please inform the hotel that you would like the discounted rate for the Krenz funeral—$69/night.



    Air Force Academy Hampton Inn and Suites

    1307 Republic Drive

    Colorado Springs, CO 80921

    719-598-6911

    hamptonafa.com



    New Life Church

    11025 Voyager Pkwy

    Colorado Springs, CO 80921

    719-594-6602

    newlifechurch.org



    Swan Law Funeral Directors

    501 N. Cascade Ave.

    Colorado Springs, CO 80903

    719-471-9900

    swan-law.com

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    Default Re: Bill Krenz' passing, originall posted under Back From the Stomping Grounds

    thanks, eric.

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    Default Re: Bill Krenz' passing, originall posted under Back From the Stomping Grounds

    Quote Originally Posted by gonehuntn View Post
    Bill's son has graciously given me permission to post information about the funeral services:
    12-18 Services 11 am New Life Church
    Just saw this, not surprising Bill was a Christian... it showed. My wife sang at New Life in the early 90's via a travelling Christian Ministry and I doubt you could have attended the church back then unless you were a believer... See you later Bill...
    Formerly "Brad"... Member #115 Registered 2002 And Uncerimoniously Dumped!

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    Default Re: Bill Krenz' passing, originall posted under Back From the Stomping Grounds

    Thoroughly enjoyed Bill's detailed and thought provoking posts, what a shame to lose him so soon. If anything, a reminder for us not to squander what time we each have left, Bill surely did not.

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