William John Kiske, Jr.

8/15/1925 – 3/7/2011

Bill was born in Snoqualmie, Washington on August 15, 1925 to William Na Jean Kiske.  Bill grew up in the Issaquah area, but lived most of his life in Snoqualmie, Washington.  He was the oldest of four children.  Bill loved the outdoors and enjoyed taking his children and grandchildren hiking and camping.  He also loved roller skating and motor cycle riding with them.
Bill was drafted into the Army at age 17.  He worked in the coal mine in Issaquah before going to work for Weyerhaeuser in Snoqualmie.
Bill retired from Weyerhaeuser in 1987 after 40 years working as a millwright and crane operator.
Bill was preceded in death by his wife of 39 years, Delila in 1988, his sister Betty White and granddaughter Becky Kiske.
Bill is survived by 4 children. John Kiske,  Sandra Kiske , Michael Kiske, and Bonne Kiske. Nine grandchildren. Shawn Kiske, Jack Kiske, Justin Kiske, Roxane Phipps, Aimee, Wilson, Eric Lindlow, Andrew Rafferty, Brian Rafferty and Sky Cubilla and 6 great-grandchildren, Rebecca Phipps, Jason Isinger, Lily McCarthy, Autumn McCar5thy, Cameron Wilson and Brendan Wilson, his sisters Wilmer Campbewll and Kaye Adair.
A celebration of life will be held at the Snoqualmie Eagles on March 27, 2011 at 1:00PM.

One Response to “William John Kiske, Jr.”

  • Cliff Kellogg says:

    A correction to the information above; one of my uncle Bill’s sisters was not Wilmer Campbewll, it is Wilma Campbell (my mother).

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