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William "Bill" E. Multhaupt
Date of Death: July, 07 2020


          William "Bill" E. Multhaupt, 71, Escanaba passed away on Tuesday July 7, 2020 at his home surrounded by loving family after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born on May 7, 1949 in Manistique, MI, son of the late William and Violet (Woodruff) Multhaupt. On January 22, 1973 he married the former Judy Donovan in Escanaba.
 
           Bill graduated from Manistique High School in 1967 and then worked as a pipefitter at the paper mill from 1971 until his retirement in 2011. Bill was a member at St. Anne's Parish and the Great Lakes Sportsman Club. He was an avid hunter including prairie dog hunting, and avid Packer fan, going to car shows, making wine, but mostly he loved spending time with his family and friends.
 
          He is survived by his wife, four children: Lisa Multhaupt, Tamara Multhaupt, Michelle (Eric) Bouchard    and Billy (Rhonda) Multhaupt, three siblings: Barb Meyer, Brenda Swanson and Bob (Elaine) Multhaupt, six grandchildren: Samantha, Cody, Ryan, Marissa, Carly and Kendra, four great-grandchildren: Kaitlynn, Ruckus, Kayleigh and Carter, as well as many nieces and nephews.
 
          Bill was preceded in death by his parents, a brother: Brent Multhaupt and sister: Betty Multhaupt.
 
          A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday July 9, 2020 at St. Anne's Parish with Fr. Francis DeGroot officiating. He will be laid to rest in the Holy Cross Cemetery at a later date.
 
          The Allo Coolman Funeral Homes are assisting the Multhaupt family.
 
          Please visit www.allofh.com to send online condolences to his family.

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  • "I met Bill shooting at Great Lakes, and like everyone that ever met Bill, became fast friends. His commitment to the shooting sports, his knowledge of it, and his friendship to those that are new to it, will be sorely missed. RIP Bill. "
    -Dave Strom

  • "So sorry to hear Bill went to be with the Lord. Knew him many years ago. Lord Jesus minister your peace n strength to all the family. "
    -Nona Schaff (Shenk/ Osterhout)

  • "RIP Bill. You are one of the best! A friend to all! You will be greatly missed by many! "
    -Bob Manninen

  • "Uncle Bill you will be greatly missed . We love you & know that you are free of pain & will be hunting those prairie dogs in heaven. We know how much you loved your family but you also loved your friends as family also. We will always love you! Thoughts & prayers to Aunt Judy & the rest of the family."
    -Lisa Menard

  • "R.I.P. my friend, thoughts and prayers from our family to yours "
    -Jon Kuchenberg

  • "A friend that will be missed. I’m praying for peace for him and for the family and friends left behind. "
    -Mary rogers

  • "Our thoughts and prayers to Judy and all the family. May God comfort you all in the days ahead. Bill, rest in peace in the loving Mercy of God."
    -Bob & Arlene Anzalone

  • "Bill was always nice and friendly wherever we would see him. He would always come up to us and talk with such a joy on life which left you feeling very good inside. I will miss his conversations, and his family can be very proud to have had him in their lives."
    -Tom and Theresa Pietsch

  • "My deepest condolences to the entire family. Bill was always one guy I enjoyed talking with. Especially after his Prairie Dog hunts, or hunting season and usually his big bucks! Rest in Peace my friend.πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™"
    -Gary Lehman

  • "So sorry to hear of Bill's passing. I went to school with him and we were in the Manistique High School Class of 67. Always a smile on his face and a friend to everyone! Condolences to his family! RIP Bill!"
    -Jamie Moffat

  • "Pleases accept my sincere condolences. He was a nice guy and those are hard to come by."
    -Debra Osier

  • " I knew "Bill" from Great Lakes. Known not as long as many but long enough that I would call him "Pard". In Marquette Prison (Where I worked for 29 years), your Pard (Partner) is worthhis weight in gold. A term not used lightly. Bill's real walk/place in my life was as a Teacher. When he spoke, my mouth was closed and silent, ears open. Ready to learn. this shall be missed. Most sincere condolences to all Hiss Family.. Tim McC "
    -Timothy McCrate

  • "So sorry for your loss he was a great man we got to meet at car shows and became a friend. Hugs to you all"
    -Amy John (Cheech) Collingwood

  • "R.I.P I Remember the times I had with bill hunting coyotesSure going to miss him but thanks Bill for always say my guns in for deer season prayers go to Bill Family miss u bill. Can’t wait to see you again up in heaven I hope we can go coyote hunt up there once I get up there I member when used to let me sit in a green truck when I hope you still have that letter Then I sent you when I was little when you get hurt that the mill working love I miss you my good friend hope u look down on me keep I in mind will I am hunting . "
    -Aaron asplund


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