Bill Clemens Obituary, Death – Regrettably, Bill Clemens has passed away as a consequence of events that were not foreseen. His whole time in the Navy, which lasted from July 1943 through November 1945, was spent serving in various capacities beginning with the Navy. After finishing his time at the United States Naval Hospital in Quantico,
Virginia, he moved on to serve in the United States Military Government in Okinawa until the time he was released from the military. During this time, he was stationed in Okinawa until the time he was finally able to leave the service. On the 29th of May, 1943, the couple got married in the town of Quantico in the state of Virginia.
Virginia Weitzel was his bride. William established Bankers Systems, Inc. in that year, 1952, in the month of May, while the month of May was still in existence. The company has successfully positioned itself as the market leader in the provision of goods and services to the financial sector. This is one of the areas in which the company excels.
After Clemens retired in December of 1994, the company was eventually sold, and William Clemens served as Chairman of the Board during that time period. The sale of the company came about after Clemens’ retirement. Following Clemens’ retirement, the company was put up for sale and was sold. In his senior years, William made himself available to assist the Pastoral Care Department at St. Benedict’s Center. In addition to this, he worked as an usher at the Church of St. Augustine and was a member of the St. Cloud Diocese Finance Board.