William  Hancock

Hancock, William

Aunt Ada, Cal, Angela -- Thanks for the amazing summary of Uncle Bill's life. It's so good that he had all of you there for him.
Great picture of Bill. Also like Myra said a great summation of his life. So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts are with you.
George and Kathy Mason
To a Giant of a Cowboy : What a wonderful Man
He knew so much about the geology of that area. Only met him a few times, but enjoyed our long talks and shared interests in books on the topic. And Ada’s cooking.

(Had forgotten, though, that besides sharing the same first name, we share the same birthdate.)

Our thoughts are with you.

Our sincere condolences for your loss. Bill was a nice man. He will be missed. Sorry we will be unable to attend the service.
Our sincere condolences for your loss. Bill was a nice man. He will be missed. Sorry we will be unable to attend the service.
To Cal and family;
We will certainly miss Bill. He was one of the "real cowboys" and a good person. Our prayers are with your family.
Larry and Betty (Higgs) Mathews
The world has lost a truly great man. I only knew Bill for a little while, but once I got to talking to him, it felt like I'd known him for a very long time. I ran into him on a hunt, and we just hit it off. I got to ride around with him and Cal, checking on cows and listening to stories. I could've stayed on that ranch and listened to his stories all week! In fact, I went back to the ranch a few times that month. His simple obituary is a testament to the humility of the Wyoming cowboys. The world doesn't make people like Bill very often, so I am so grateful that I ran into him on that warm, dusty October afternoon. RIP Bill. I hope I get to see you again sometime. My love goes out to the family.