WILLIAM L. HARDIN
ELBERFELD, IN – William L. Hardin, 70, of Elberfeld, Indiana, passed away Thursday, October 22nd, 2020 at the Linda White Hospice House in Evansville, IN.
William was born in Petersburg, Indiana on April 19th, 1950 at his home to the late Leonard C. and Naomi R. Hardin. He worked at Kenny Kent Chevrolet for most of his career as a ASE certified mechanic. William also enjoyed working security for Casino Aztar. William loved the outdoors, enjoyed hunting, fishing, and camping, also enjoyed riding his Goldwing.
William is survived by his faithful companion Cathy Piper and only son, William Wes Hardin (Leia) of Evansville, IN; grandson, Landon W. Hardin of Jasper, IN.; granddaughter Sydnie D. Hardin of Evansville, IN; and aunts, Evelyn Mounts (Virgil) of Patoka, IN, Essie White, Princeton, IN; beloved nephews; various other cousins, loved ones and friends.
William was preceded in death by his parents and sister Jerry Lynn of Petersburg, IN and many beloved pets
Julie Eagan says
So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Love you all!!!
Riley Winders says
I met Bill at Kenny Kent Chevrolet when it was still downtown and nearing 40 years of friendship. We have done a lot of hunting and fishing over the years. Bill always kept a photo of his sister, that he was so fond of,
somewhere in the house. She had passed away quite a while back. His garages were usually full of something. If he was not fixing his vehicle, it was a friend`s.
Stephen & Karen Edwards says
So sorry to hear about the loss of Billy. He was a classmate of ours.
Prayer for the family.🙏🏻🙏🙏🏻🙏🏻
Nila Blanton Sharp says
Our sympathy to Bill`s Family
The Petersburg Class of 1968 has made a donation in Memory of Bill our Classmate to Petersburg PAWS.
We know how Bill loved his animals.
David Wilson says
i was very sad to hear that BILL had died almost 2 months ago . BILL and I were mechanics together at TOMMY WATHENS SUNOCO SERVICE STATION in the very early 70,s . he also was the photographer at one of my many weddings in the mid eighties . he has died too young ! sincerely , DAVID WILSON