Message from Debbie Quackenbush McElhinney
January 30, 2021 7:09 PM
Mr. Bill Broadie - HERO - Greatest American Patriot - Loved and lived by Gods word, Kind, Loving, Caring, Selfless, Compassionate, Forgiving, Humbled, Wise, Hilarious, Dearest Man and Friend anyone could ever hope to have in their lives. USMC Veteran, amputee- always gave great advice to others, but first and foremost he took his own advice. “Whenever I get mad or frustrated, I take my own leg off and kick myself in the ass!” He always lead by example and he will always be an example to anyone who ever had the distinct privilege to call This GREAT man your friend. I love you Broadie! Your watch here is done, but please continue to watch over those of us who will never be the same without YOU! ❤️🇱🇷❤️
Message from Matfierld Green, KS
January 30, 2021 9:48 AM
Hearfelt thoughts go out to you in this time of sorrow. We have done business with Superior Livestock for years. It will not be the same without Bill. He was a true gentleman. Tom and Linda Burton
Message from Lawrence KS
January 30, 2021 8:14 AM
Amy and Family, we're so sorry for your loss. My childhood memories of Bill all include some kind of good mischief. We're thinking of you. -Josie and Eric Jay
Message from HaySprings Ne
January 29, 2021 11:54 AM
To the Broadie family, So sorry for your loss. He was such a great example to everyone. Doug and Peggy Hinman
A Tender Thoughts was ordered on January 29, 2021
Message from Joe & Brenda Anderjaska and Family
January 28, 2021 7:08 PM
Barrett and family,
We are so sorry for your loss. The world was a better place because of Bill and he will be missed by many. I know how proud of you he was and I can't imagine his pride when Colt followed in his footsteps. I remember one time when I was on the phone with Bill when we sold some calves...I think it was Winnimucca, after they sold, he told me to write that down on the kitchen wall to show my grandkids. I should have done that. I know the boys still have a note he wrote them thanking them for the money they donated from a heifer that they gave to the AABB. I'm sorry we won't be there in person, but will definitely be with you in thought and prayers.
Hayes Center, Ne.
A Large Basket Garden was ordered on January 28, 2021
Message from Laverna Liedtke
January 28, 2021 3:24 PM
We were so blessed when Linda brought you into our family. You have made us so proud. You will be truly missed by so many. Your precious family has so many wonderful memories of your accomplishments. Rest in Peace.
Message from Merilyn & Fred Johnston
January 27, 2021 7:36 PM
Fred and I always enjoyed our visits with Bill. Of course I have known him for so long along with Susan, Barrett and Amy. Leta and my mother, Lou, were such good friends. Susan and I share a birth date. So many memories in all the pictures. Thank you to whomever put all those together. Bill was a true Patriot, and will be missed by so many. God’s speed, Bill. We will miss you. Merilyn & Fred Johnston
A Spring's Bounty Basket was ordered on January 27, 2021
Message from Don Brooks
January 27, 2021 12:42 PM
Bill once shared a story of his service in the marines to a bunch of us who stood with mouths open and eyes wide. I took that day knowing I was in the presence of a real life hero. He will be missed
Message from Karen Humphreys
January 27, 2021 10:51 AM
Continuation: One of my earliest memories of Bill was during the 1st grade when his mother Leta and my mother Carrie made 2 birthday cakes: Bill’s was a pasture sheet cake with fencing all around the edge with cows and horses grazing and mine was a “doll cake” in a formal gown billowing from the waist. That set the tone for a lifetime friendship. Another very fond memory is when I was hospitalized at the KU Watkins Hospital (with a collapsed lung), I received a phone call from Bill who was also hospitalized in the Philadelphia Naval Hospital following his injuries in Viet Nam. Bill always had a knack for reaching out to others and that is just another example of his thoughtful ways...which led to the Beef Battalion. It was a deep privilege to know Bill; My thoughts are with all of his family and Vicky; and I will always remember his hat and his kindness.
A candle was lit by Nancy Harper Hampton
on January 27, 2021 12:09 AM
Message from harlingen, tx
January 26, 2021 8:49 PM
rip marine &good friend you will be missed
An Among the Clouds Basket was sent by Saad Sirohey and GE Team on January 26, 2021
A Rubber Plant was ordered on January 25, 2021
Message from Lee Leeper
January 25, 2021 9:52 AM
I found out about Bill's service to our country years ago when we were loading cattle and a calf kicked his artificial leg with a loud "crack" and he just carried on with a smile. Always a joy to work with a straight shooter and his kind are in short supply. Thanks, Bill for being a friend.
A candle was lit by Gina clark
on January 24, 2021 3:40 PM
Message from Ernest and Rachel (York) Kumpf
January 24, 2021 10:04 AM
We were so sorry to learn of Bill's passing. Susan, Barrett and other family members, we offer our deepest sympathy. Bill was a fine man and always ready to help those in need. He will be missed greatly by his community of family and friends.
Message from Mena, Ar
January 23, 2021 4:26 PM
So sorry to hear of Bills passing. May God give you all peace and comfort.
An A Tranquil Light was ordered on January 23, 2021
Message from Bob and Kathy Murray & family
January 23, 2021 10:53 AM
So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Thank you to Bill for serving our country and founding the All-American Beef Battalion. He blessed so many and will be dearly missed.