Bill Semmer Obituary, Death – It is with great sorrow that the Semmer family must inform everyone that Bill Semmer has passed away. Bill lost his courageous battle with melanoma cancer on January 20, and he passed away while surrounded by his loved ones. His offspring as well as his grandchildren were there to visit. Bill made the most out of each day and had an enormous amount of love for his family, friends, and neighborhood.
The Semmer family requests privacy during this difficult time and will keep everyone updated regarding the timing of the Celebration of Life event. In addition, in honor of Bill Semmer, Semmer Electric will continue to operate, and Bonita Bills is working toward the possibility of reopening in the near future.
“Billy stood out from everyone else in a unique way. We collaborated on a variety of events, including those organized by the Chamber of Commerce, which we both helped to put on. The one that we did at Bay Oaks for the Taste of the Beach will be one that I never, ever forget. The location had never hosted such a large event before, and there was no electricity available. Bill was responsible for putting in place the entire electrical grid in order for the event to take place. I admired the fact that he was able to successfully complete tasks.”
“I’m very sad to hear about what took place. You are all in my thoughts and prayers, and I send you all my love and peace. Bill was an outstanding individual. He was witty and kind, and he was the one who would always step up and offer assistance by providing words of encouragement, sound counsel, and what he liked to refer to as “just doing my part.” We are grateful that you brought everyone’s attention to him. Because he cared so much about each of us, he had the ability to brighten any of our days with just a grin. We will never get over losing him.”
“We’re still stunned. Bill had a significant impact on the lives of the people in our town. Bill was a good friend to our family business, and he was also a friend to each of us individually, assisting us in our own personal endeavors. Because Gracie was a princess, having him as a sponsor in the Shrimp Parade was the ideal option for her to take advantage of. We share in your sense of loss. Your entire family will be remembered in our prayers as we move forward.”