Jun 16,1933---Nov 22,2021

 

William P. Schleicher

 

Bill, 88, passed away on November 22, 2021.  Known as Billy Pat when he was growing up, he was born June 16, 1933 in Kansas City, KS to William H. and Margaret Nunnick Schleicher, who have proceeded him in death.   

 

Bill attended Lillis High School where he met his wife of 66 years, Betty Paura, who has also proceeded him in death along with a grandson, Kyle Winslow.  

 

Bill was a skilled carpenter and owned his own construction company where he built and remodeled many homes throughout the Kansas City area for most of his career.

 

He also was an avid outdoorsman and you could always find him on the golf course, where he held several honors such as club champion multiple times.  He also enjoyed bird hunting and being at the lake fishing, boating and enjoying the fresh air.  He had many stories to share about his experiences and many of those including taking his grandsons golfing and fishing. 

 

Bill is also proceeded in death by his 3 older brothers, Charles, Richard and Harold.

 

He is survived by son Mike (Diane), daughter’s Kathy Bowden (Dan) and Chris Winslow (Jay);    grandchildren Ryan, Jessica, Melissa, Abbie, Nate, Michael, Jake and great-grandchildren:  Carter, Natalia, Andres, Mason, Amelia, Chance, Henry, Camila, Whit and Hayes, all who will miss him and his witty sense of humor.

 

Private Family Services; condolences for the family can be made at www.porterfuneralhome.com.

 

 

 



Condolences

Tommy Fagan Dec 01 ,2021

Acquaintance ,Overland Park ,Kansas

I was also lucky enough to grow up around Bill’s brothers Dick and Harold and their boys at the Filling Station on Mission Rd. What a great bunch of men and guys to be around all the time. Someone did something right in that family….. God Bless you all. Tommy Fagan

Lucia Sullivan Dec 02 ,2021

Friend ,Shawnee ,Kansas

I am so sorry to read of Bills passing. I also went to Lillis with Bill and Betty. My husband John grew up with him in the St Agnes area and shared many memories of those days as they became lifelong friends.Bill built our house over fifty years ago and was responsible for many of the things I still love about it. God bless and rip🙏🏻❤️