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In loving memory of
G William "Bill" Bolling, III
  • November 29, 1928
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  • October 02, 2013

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In his 85th year, George William “Bill” Bolling, III of New Smyrna Beach Florida sailed off into the sunset.
He was born in Winnetka, Illinois and a graduate of Northwestern University. Bill is survived by his wife of 43 years Patricia (Patsy) Kenedy and son G. William Bolling, IV. An extraordinary man, Bill influenced everyone he met and was a mentor to all. A competitive swimmer, Hollywood Stunt Man, surfer, CIA for covert underwater operations, advertising executive, sea captain, pirate, yacht restorer, pilot, diver, animal tamer, writer and above all a gracious gentleman. “Use it up, get more” his motto for the adventurous life, which he lived to the fullest.
Memorial donations are requested to Seamen’s Institute of Newport 18 Market Street Newport RI 02846 or VITAS Innovative Hospice 14 Canal Street New Smyrna Beach FL 32168.
 







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  1. 10 Oct 2013
    Bill & Mary Gerlach says:
    We feel blessed to have shared Bill's later years in New Smyrna Beach. He was charming , as so many say but so much more...kind, thoughtful, filled with a zest for living with JOY, funny, (he fully understood the importance of having fun) and most of all LOVING. He will be missed, yet knowing he is free of pain and of earthly confines, we believe his spirit is never far away. God Bless his family. Mary and Billy Gerlach

  2. 09 Oct 2013
    Pat Cole says:
    I am so blessed to have known this extraordinary gentleman. He touched so many lives, mine being just one of them. At this very moment in Heaven, he is making sure all men are standing when a lady rises from her chair. What a lovely gentleman. He will be missed by all who knew him.

  3. 08 Oct 2013
    Barbara says:
    An extraordinary man and such a lovely friend. He will be missed very much by many.