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“So sorry to see of Bill's passing. I am sure he is missed by many. He was truly a wonderful man and one of many I would call my friend. I enjoyed...Read More »
1 of 14 | Posted by: Richard "Dick" Grate

“Dear Linda and Family,You lost your husband and I lost my best Buddy. He will always remain in our thought and prayers. No more Bill, Bill and Bill...Read More »
2 of 14 | Posted by: Dr. Nestor and Cathy Stychno - FL

“Linda, No words ever seem to help ease the pain but know you are in my thoughts and prayers. So sorry for your loss. ”
3 of 14 | Posted by: Ray Berger

“Dear family, You have my heartfelt sympathy and condolences for the loss of your beloved family member William. I only had the honor of meeting...Read More »
4 of 14 | Posted by: Finamore Mark S. Atty

“Dear Linda & family, sorry to hear of Bills passing away, he was taken to soon, I have not seen either of you for years, however I have a smile on my...Read More »
5 of 14 | Posted by: Don & betty Abbott - Sanibel, FL

“He was one the best men I ever knew. I couldn't have asked for a better boss. He was a great person to be around and Will will be truly missed ”
6 of 14 | Posted by: Glenn binion

“So sorry to hear about Bill, our hero. He was a true gentleman & friend of our family. Bill & Linda was one of the first customers of our company ...Read More »
7 of 14 | Posted by: Buzz,Pat, Cindy & Jess Matheson of Howland Alarm Co.

“Dearest Linda and family, I am sending you so much love and prayers. I am shocked and saddened that Bill has left us. He was a wonderful friend,...Read More »
8 of 14 | Posted by: Diana Loshuk

“Heaven gained a wonderful angel who will look down upon all his loved ones each and every day. They can spot him by finding the brightest star on the...Read More »
9 of 14 | Posted by: Christine J Palmer

“My condolences to the Marsteller family. I met Bill over thirty five years ago through our mutual friend John Rebhan. We worked together on used...Read More »
10 of 14 | Posted by: Tom Noone

“Deepest condolences to Linda & the family. Bill was a kind, generous and gentle man. He had a quiet charisma about him that made him special. We were...Read More »
11 of 14 | Posted by: Jack Mullen

“Linda,I am so sorry to hear this. I was on the phone with him noon Friday. Bill and I have a lot of memories and great teachings that I am so blessed...Read More »
12 of 14 | Posted by: Scott Yoder - Holland, OH

“Another branch has fallen from our Harding Class of 1962 tree. Bill's classmates will sadly miss him and always remember what he did for our class...Read More »
13 of 14 | Posted by: Virginia Nagy-Hall - Warren, OH

“Linda My deepest condolences. Bill was truly a gentleman and will be missed but remembered by many. We had some great times together. Prayers and...Read More »
14 of 14 | Posted by: Bob Heltzel Jr.


WARREN: William E. Marsteller (Bill), 72, born August 26, 1944, in Warren, Ohio, went to be with the Lord on Friday, June 30, 2017. Bill passed away doing what he loved most, boating. He was with his grandson, Matthew Baron, going to Put-In-Bay. Bill had no pain or suffering, which is what we are thankful for. Bill Marsteller quietly bought, sold and leased over 11 million square feet of industrial real estate holdings in a multi-state area. The majority of those properties were in the Mahoning Valley. Bill was particularly proud of his ability to redevelop industrial buildings that most developers would not touch because of environmental concerns. Bill possessed both the knowledge and contacts with the regulators to work out the environment issues and remediate as needed. Many companies are located in our region thanks to Bill's expertise. Bill's approach to life was unique to say the least. Whether it was how he negotiated a business deal or his optimism about life. He always said, "Every day is a holiday and every meal is a banquet." He always saw the beauty in things. He loved working on his boats and spending time with his friends and family. He really loved his classmates of 1962. Bill "relaxed" by working in the engine room on his boats or touring a new plant. He was always thinking of his next adventure, but no matter where it brought him, he would always call to check in with his beloved Linda. He enjoyed traveling with Linda and their family. At the end of each day he would unwind with Linda, some peanut butter toast and a good movie. Bill did not ever sweat the small stuff, he treated life as one big party, and he could always be found on the dance floor. He never spoke badly about anyone and always found the good in people. With Bill the glass was always half full, never half empty. It was hard to stay angry at Bill or to not have a good time around him. Anyone who came around Bill and Linda felt as if they were family. He was one of a kind and enjoyed helping everybody. He never asked why, but always asked how he could help when someone was in need. He will be dearly missed. If there is one thing we can learn from Bill it is how to live life. Visitation will be held from 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. on Saturday July 8, 2017 at Lane Funeral Homes, Roberts-Clark location where a funeral service will immediately follow at 2:00 p.m. Bill is survived by his wife Linda L Marsteller. His children Billie Jean Srock (Matthew Srock), Jacquelyn Georgalas- DeLaVega (Fernando DeLaVega), Martene Castillo (Hubert Castillo), and Richard Infante. His ten grandchildren, Lindsey Georgalas-Ward and Hines Ward, Attorney Lauren Georgalas, Matthew Baron, Cameron DeLaVega, Kaitlyn Srock, Kenzie Srock, Madison Srock, Richard D. Infante, and Alexis Benko. His great-grandson, Jaden Hines Ward. His sister Deloris Cavanaugh and brother Ken Marsteller and several nieces and nephews. Bill is preceded in death by his parents James Kenneth Marsteller and Catherine Marsteller and his sister Kathy Marsteller.