William K. “Bill” Hamilton

June 25, 1931 ‒ August 25, 2017

Bellville, Ohio

BELLVILLE: William K. “Bill” Hamilton, 86, of Bellville passed away August 25, 2017.

The son of William K. Hamilton, Sr. and Mae (Wilson) Hamilton, Bill was born June 25, 1931 in Dayton and was graduated from Miamisburg High School.  He continued his education at The Ohio State University earning his Master’s Degree in Horticulture.

Bill was an Army veteran serving during the Korean War.

He enjoyed bowling, shooting pool and golfing.  He always kept his landscape immaculate and in pristine condition.   Bill also made the best Christmas ham on his Weber grill.  He also loved spending time with his grandchildren.

He was a member of the Bellville American Legion Post #535, and was a mason.

He is survived by his sons Scott Hamilton of Columbus, Dean (Elizabeth) Hamilton of Port St. Lucie, FL, and daughter Rebecca (Ron) Doup of Bellville. He is also survived by his grandchildren Brandon (Amy) Doup and Amy (Jason) Doup; great grandchildren Emily, Elyza, Whitley, and Evelyn as well as his brother Glen (Diane) Hamilton and sister Rebecca Cox.

The Bellville Snyder Funeral Home is serving the Hamilton family with compassionate cremation arrangements.

Contributions in Bill’s memory to the Bellville American Legion Post #535 Charity Fund may be made through the funeral home.

Send the Hamilton family a message of comfort and sympathy online at: SnyderFuneralHomes.com

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  • Scott and Family, we are so sorry for your loss you are in our Prayers and thoughts.

  • Praying that God will be very close to you and your family during the days ahead. So sorry.
    Love
    Dick and Carol Donovan

  • So sorry for your loss, Rebecca. Joe and Bill were good friends, right up to the end of Joe’s life. Bill was still coming into his room to see how he was those last days of his life and I will never forget Bill. May God give you and your family peace and comfort.
    With sincere sympathy,
    Dee Lakes