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OBITUARY: Bill Cusac, July 24, 1947 – Sept. 4, 2011

Bill Cusac
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Bill served in the US Army from 1965 – 1971. In 1977, he moved to Lake Tahoe looking for a new start in life after a divorce. He started umpiring for Little League baseball in South Lake Tahoe. As an umpire he met his future wife, Ester.

Bill & Ester got married on Aug. 31, 1984. Ester had 3 children who he helped raise. She was a team mom with 2 sons in Little League. He continued to umpire for Babe Ruth and AAA baseball for over two decades of community service. He also was a coach for Babe Ruth and an Assistant coach for Varsity baseball of South Tahoe High School.

A born again Christian, attending South Shore Christian Assembly of God, he loved the fellowship and to serve when ever and wherever he was needed. From the time he was disabled in 1998, he loved spending time with family and friends fishing and camping.

Bill was a member of South Shore Christian Assembly of God for 20 years.

He is survived by his wife, Ester Cusac of South Lake Tahoe, CA. His sons, Robert and wife Andrea Burnie, Kevin and wife Rachel Burnie, Kevin and wife Olga Cusac. Daughters Kay Stewart, Denette Cusac, Summer and husband Santiago Gonzalez. Adopted Mother, Peggy Young. Adopted brothers, Bill, Tom, Jack Young. Adopted sister, Lisa Young. He had 13 grandchildren: Myanna Stewart, Greg Stewart, Olivia Burnie, Tyler Burnie, Emily Burnie, Kyle Burnie, Ashlee Cusac, Nick Cusac, Tyler Cusac, Cristian Gonzalez, Janae Gonzalez, Kiana Gonzalez, Makai Gonzalez. And his cat, Sweet Pea.

A memorial service is scheduled for Saturday September 17, 2011

at 2:30 p.m. at the South Shore Christian Assembly of God

886 Glorene Ave. SLT CA 96150

Donations in his memory may be sent to Barton Memorial Health Hospice Care


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