William J. “Bill” Reidle, age 62 years, of Richland Center, Wisconsin, passed away on Monday, June 22, 2020 at home after a fall.
He was born on July 24, 1957 to James and Elaine (Sosinsky) Reidle. Bill grew up in Yuba and graduated from Hillsboro High School in 1975. He graduated from UW La Crosse with a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in business and minoring in accounting.
Bill was a businessman. In his early career, he lived and worked in Colorado as a business consultant, later relocating to Georgia and Florida. Bill owned and operated Wildwood Designs, a mail order woodworking business he bought from his parents. Later, Bill purchased a second mail order woodworking business in Ohio. He also started an online clothing company called Daisy Maze.
Bill was a great guy and the best brother you could have. He enjoyed traveling, deer hunting, morel mushroom hunting, gardening, cooking and going to auctions. He cherished his dog Obleo, had several cats and loved to feed the crows and other birds and wildlife. Bill liked to spend time with family and friends and tell jokes and stories.
Survivors include two sisters, Barbara of Gays Mills and Laura of Covington, Georgia; aunts, Helen Grant of Kenosha, Arlene Erie of Fort Atkinson, Patty Anderson of Reedsburg, Audrey Sosinsky of Hillsboro, Marvalene Sosinsky of Tomahawk and Rosemary Sinkule of Pleasant Prairie; cousins, friends and neighbors.
Bill was preceded in death by his Parents; Grandparents and other relatives and friends. We’ll be missing Bill forever.
Interment will be in the Czech’s National Cemetery near Yuba. A celebration of his life will be held at a later date.
The Picha Funeral Home in Hillsboro is assisting with arrangements.