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William INSCHO

William Perry INSCHO

Monday, June 25th, 1923 - Monday, August 24th, 2020
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William P. Inscho
25 June 1923 – 24 August 2020
William “Bill” P. Inscho passed away at his home on August 24, 2020. He was born to William Young Inscho and Mary Salinda (Miller) Inscho on June 25, 1923 in Moscow, ID. The family moved to Clarkston, WA where he completed High School in 1941 and then joined the Navy in 1941. He spent 4 years during WW2 and 2 years during the Korean conflict.
His parents had moved to Grand Junction during the war. After his discharge from the Navy, he came to Grand Junction and attended Mesa College. He met his future wife, Dorothy Myers, at the local roller skating rink: they were married the 29 December 1946 and celebrated 73 years of marriage together.
Bill was employed by several financial institutions before he and his wife purchased the Credit and Collection Bureau in Glenwood Springs, CO in 1966. After selling their business in 1978, they moved back to Grand Junction and Bill was employed by Valley Federal Savings and Loan. After retirement, they enjoyed traveling in their motor home doing family research as well as fishing at Blue Mesa Reservoir. Bill especially loved playing golf, winning a number of tournaments, including two State Championships and qualifying for two National Amateurs and two Trans-Mississippi tournaments. He also won the Rocky Mountain Open Golf Championship in 1966.
Bill is survived by his wife, Dorothy; son, William P. (Paula) Inscho II of Bend, OR; daughter, Sue (Mike) Rose of Albuquerque, NM; three grandchildren: Linsey (Pete) Macy, Cade (Krista) Inscho and Sean (Megan) Rose and 6 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother and two sisters.
Inurnment will be at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery. Due to the Coronavirus, a Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions can be made to HopeWest Hospice Care Center, 3090 North 12 St. Unit B, GJ, CO 81506 or any charity of their choice.
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Anne Miller

Posted at 03:20pm
I was so sad to hear of Bill’s passing, he was an absolute joy to know. The two of you always made me feel like family. Your kindness was always appreciated.May your happy memories fill your heart With peace and love. Withmuch love and heartfelt sympathy
Anne Miller
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