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William Staubach

William Staubach

Saturday, September 29th, 1928 - Wednesday, February 20th, 2019
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Obituary

CW2(R) William S. Staubach (Bill) of Daleville, AL died on February 20, 2019 at Erlanger Hospital in Chattanooga TN. He was cared for and resided with his daughter in Cartersville, GA for the last two years.

He was born in Columbus, Ohio on September 29, 1928 to the late William F. Staubach and Mildred E. Staubach. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his wife of 53 years, Linda Sachiko Staubach; and his siblings, Patricia Johanson, Helen Twaddle and Arthur Seaman.

Bill Staubach, a veteran of 3 foreign wars (WWII, Korea and Vietnam), was an aviator who flew helicopter missions in Vietnam. He later became a flight instructor and then flight commander with various companies contracting with the Army.

Throughout his life he enjoyed many hobbies including flying fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft. He also loved to teach his friends and family how to fly both. In addition, he enjoyed hunting, skeet shooting, scuba diving, riding motorcycles, traveling the world, judging BBQ contests and fixing just about anything for his family and friends. He was amazing.

Survivors include his daughters, Patti Galli of Florida, Theresa Robinson of Cartersville, GA and his son, Billy Staubach of Alabama; 7 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.

Funeral will be held at a future date in Arlington National Cemetery, Washington DC. Once scheduled the date and time will be provided at www.arlingtoncemetary.mil/ Visit www.parnickjenningsfuneral.com to share memories or leave a condolence message.
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Wilson Gilliam Jr

Posted at 06:45pm
I'm sorry that I'm so late in posting this message. I hadn't heard about Bill's passing. Bill was one of the best pilots that I've ever flown with. His personality and teaching style will never be replicated. I can still see him sitting beside me in the Schweizer 300s and 333s his high knees in his faded green flight suit, asking the same old question: "Now, what are three indications of an engine failure?" Thank you Bill for the invaluable advice and love of helicopters that you helped pass on to me. Wilson Gilliam
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Lorne Brooks Brumm

Posted at 12:07pm
Dear Bill was my music buddy, boat buddy, flight buddy, BBQ buddy, repair buddy and all-round super-special buddy for well over 25 years. In 1995 he assisted me in installing outdoor lighting at my 1920s house in St. Andrews, Florida, and those lights have come on every evening and gone off every morning since, even during Hurricane Michael. I can honestly say that Bill continues to light up my life! Miss you, buddy. XOXOXo Lorne Brooks Brumm
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Gary Roush

Posted at 02:26pm
Bill was the best helicopter pilot I ever flew with over my 3,000 hours of flying experiences. He and I enjoyed several hours flying together at Panama City, FL while he was teaching me how to be a helicopter flight instructor. What an awesome experience. He was hoping I would replace him for the contract work he did in Elmira, NY but that did not work out. I met Bill through the Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Association as he attended a few of our annual reunions. Bill truly was one of the good guys and will be sorely missed.
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