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William (Bill) Rehl June 8, 1939 - June 21, 2022

William “Bill” Rehl, 83, of Boise, Idaho, passed away on Tuesday, June 21, 2022.

A funeral service for immediate family will be held on Monday, June 27, 2022 at Bowman Funeral Parlor, Boise, Idaho.

Bill came into this world via home delivery on June 8, 1939 in Columbus, Ohio.  He was the son of James and Margaret Rehl.  He was the youngest of nine children. Bill graduated from Central High School in 1958. He attended Trade School and College for Electronics.  Bill served in the Military, Army Division for three years.  He worked as a civil servant for the City of Columbus, Ohio and the City of Boise until he retired in 1995.

Bill enjoyed working on cars, hunting, fishing and being in the outdoors.  His favorite fishing spots were Horsethief Reservoir and Horseshoe Bend Mill Pond. Bill loved animals, especially dogs and cats.

He is survived by his beloved wife of 35 years Fern Rehl of Boise, Idaho;  His brother James Rehl of Ohio, sister Barbara Sullivan of Ohio and his twin sister Wilma LeHuquet of Virginia; His children, William Rehl II of Enterprise, Alabama, David (Trina) Rehl of Las Vegas, Nevada, Matthew (Tammy) Rehl of Harvard, Idaho, James (Elena) Rehl of Jupiter, Florida;  Step children, Rick Titus of Boise, Idaho, Dan (Cindy) Titus of Kuna, Idaho; Grandchildren Matthew Stone, Rusty Rehl, Tia Lewis, Rhianna Rehl, Harrison Rehl, Nolan Rehl, Maxwell Rehl, Isaiah Rehl, Isabella Rehl, Jack Rehl, David Rehl, William Rehl, and Taylor Titus; great-grandchildren, Ari Stone, Riyah Stone, Akihiro Iida, and Sofia Lewis and numerous nieces and nephews.

Bill is preceded in death by his parents James and Margaret Rehl, brother Charles “Chuck” Rehl,  and sisters, Margaret Chambers, Rosemary Gibboney, Betty Carr and Bea Palko.

(The family suggests contributions can be made to the American Cancer Society or a charity of one’s choice.)


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    Melody Pendleton says

    Our deepest condolences, Uncle Bill loves his fishing. He took my daughter fishing and how to shoot a gun for her first time. When she came home she was so excited, she said mom Grandpa Bill Taught me how to fish or shoot a gun. She considered Uncle Bill as Grandpa because growing up that was her Grandpa. We are sure going to miss your tinkering in your garage and the car/cars you loved so dear and drove Aunt Fern crazy. Our hearts are broken for the loss of you. Aunt Fern I love you. You were there for me and Averie when mom passed away, and still today. Averie, Clint and I are here for you. Anything, anytime 24/7. We love with all our hearts.

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    Peggy Luke says

    Aunt Fern and family, so very sorry fir this deep loss to your family.
    Uncle Bill was always so kind d to my mom and I loved his passion for fishing and animals and life itself.
    The Peterson Family and Luke Family

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