June 29, 1954 - December 12, 2022 • U.S. Army veteran
Bill Morton was born in Birmingham, Alabama to Claude Morton and Norma (Harrell) Morton from Mobile, Alabama.
Bill served in the U.S. Army from 1971 to 1979 and worked as a telephone line construction installer foreman. He earned the National Defense Service Medal, Germany Marksman Award M-16 and the Rifle Marksman Badge.
He is survived by his wife, Tami Morton. Very important people in Bill’s life include his son, Rich Squire, daughter-in-law Jessey Squire and granddaughters Danyka Squire and Taylor Rasler, and grandson Austyn Rasler. He is also survived by sisters Wanda, Sharon, Theresa and Cathy; a brother, Terry; and sons Charlie and Tom Morton as well as numerous grandchildren.
Bill was an automotive technician. He received a degree in Automotive Technology at South Puget Sound Technical College. He worked as a truck driver and had a CDL, and traveled around the United States with his wife Tami Morton for a few years. He also worked at Little Creek Casino as a Maintenance Technician for approximately five years.
Bill loved taking off for long weekends with his wife, Tami, on his Harley. He also enjoyed watching his son Rich Squire play baseball and was very proud of him.