It pains me to write this – Bill Slawski, a man who has literally helped transform the SEO industry into what it is today, has passed away on Tuesday, May 17th. I’ve personally known Bill for two decades, starting when I first got into SEO and learning from Bill in the old Cre8asite Forums.
Bill Slawski is someone I would coin the mentor to the SEO community. He knew SEO better than most, he understood how search engines work inside and out and he understood how to build sites that work for users and search engines. But no, he didn’t keep that knowledge to himself and look to cash in through easy money. Instead, he mentored me, he mentored you – the search community. From his writing on patents and SEO on SEO By The Sea to speaking at countless events, to hosting webinars and helping people on social. He was never shy when it came to correcting SEO myths and theories or to correct subtle inaccuracies on social. Heck, I referenced Bill’s work on this site countless times. He was literally the man you could go to in order to validate anything on search and SEO.
That man, our SEO mentor, our educator, our instructor, our Bill is no longer with us. It is hard to think of an SEO industry without Bill Slawski. But he has left us with a huge amount of published knowledge on the internet, on social and on video. He has taught us all to be better SEOs, to dig deeper into the truth, to truly understand how search operates and to do it for the betterment of our colleagues and the search industry.
Bill was one of the few people to have two nominations for the say something nice about an SEO campaign I ran years ago, you can read that entry here. As you may remember, in December 2020, Bill had a stroke and he was recovering, he was super active during his recovery in the industry and continued to help the industry throughout. That lead to an outpouring of stories people shared online of how Bill has helped them over the years – take a moment to read some of those stories.
Bill – you have no idea how much you’ve impacted this industry. You will be deeply missed not just by those you’ve directly helped, but all the SEOs you helped indirectly through your knowledge.
We will miss you – may you rest in peace.
Here is some, not all, but some of the industry reaction to Bill’s passing:
We’re devastated to share that our colleague and dear friend, @bill_slawski has passed away. Words simply cannot express our sadness. We are forever grateful for the opportunity to have worked with Bill. We’ll share much more info and arrangements as it comes available to us. pic.twitter.com/5mD6jqw7XR
— Go Fish Digital (@GoFishDigital) May 19, 2022
Bill was a shining beacon for all those who wanted to understand often complicated search patents. And SEO generally. I knew and appreciated his kindness and thoughtfulness. This is a terrible loss. Thoughts to his family, friends and coworkers. You’ll be missed, Bill. https://t.co/yXRzVQEAvj
— Danny Sullivan (@dannysullivan) May 19, 2022
Bill was a mentor and a personal friend, my whole family loved him. He had stories for days and a depth of knowledge that I was just starting to understand. I will miss this man greatly. His work will continue to help & inspire so many of us for years to come. Rest in peace Bill! https://t.co/L1JekLKiKH
— James Castro (@JamesDCastro) May 19, 2022
If you work in SEO, whether you’ve done so for days or years, you’ve been impacted by Bill Slawski. A true legend. Smart and generous. We’ll all miss him. 😢 https://t.co/adihyOXLlI
— Matt McGee (@mattmcgee) May 19, 2022
Bill was one of the first folks I met in the digital marketing world. He took me out for dinner at my first ever conference. He was often critical of my work at Moz, but it always came from a good place.
You will be so missed, my friend. ❤️❤️❤️ https://t.co/6y11zqWKiz
— Rand Fishkin (@randfish) May 19, 2022
I am shocked; Bill was such a great guy and contributed so much to this industry. So sorry to hear this. https://t.co/tKpyFU4pRy
— Bill Hartzer (@bhartzer) May 19, 2022
So sorry to hear the news. Offer my sincere condolences to him. https://t.co/gxCxeUila4
— Kenichi Suzuki🇺🇦鈴木謙一 (@suzukik) May 19, 2022
— Ben Cook (@BenjaminCook) May 19, 2022
This is absolutely devastating news. Bill was a pillar of the SEO community. I’ve learned more from Bill about deep analysis in my professional life than maybe anyone else.
Rest easy, Bill. https://t.co/7aaLCMaAOx
— Yuriy (@YuriyYarovoy) May 19, 2022
I am absolutely gutted and heartbroken to hear this. Bill was always so kind and encouraging and believed in me personally. He had nothing but support and love for this community and we should all take a minute to appreciate that. RIP Bill https://t.co/5nMupzN5lu
— Carrie Rose (@CarrieRosePR) May 19, 2022
Such a massive loss. Bill was always so giving of his time and knowledge. He’ll be truly missed. https://t.co/R4yG5OaRZA
— Matt Burgess (@therealburgo) May 19, 2022
Oh my, this is so sad. Bill was always so lovely to me, and he told me was a a Jersey Boy at heart. The world will be the worse for his passing. ❤️ https://t.co/vbkTEqNPYq
— Amy Toman 🇺🇦🌻 (@BubblesUp) May 19, 2022
Devastated by this news. The industry lost a giant. https://t.co/m0xUU2D5RG
— Heidi Mannetter 🌻 (@ProfMannetter) May 19, 2022
Wow, I’m so truly saddened to hear about this huge loss to the SEO industry.
Rest in Peace, Bill! ❤️
My sincere condolences to his family, friends and everyone else that knew him. https://t.co/2oV0fK4eo2
— Ryan Jones 🇺🇦 (@RyanJonesSEO) May 19, 2022
Oh no, that’s a gut punch. 😢
The SEO community lost a thoughtful and kind man today 💔 https://t.co/MBwSuotUjf
— Maddy Osman (@MaddyOsman) May 19, 2022
Really bummed. Only got to speak to Bill a few times, but he was a legend in the SEO world.
His knowledge of SEO-related patents was unparalleled. https://t.co/wpgPag1e5n
— Garrett Sussman ☕️🥯 (@garrettsussman) May 19, 2022
Absolutely lost for words
Rest in peace Bill
Thanks for your dedication to the search industry
My thoughts are with your family and friends this evening https://t.co/P4kRIatPLX
— Chris Dyson 🍥 (@ChrisLDyson) May 19, 2022
Damn, the SEO world really has lost one it’s greats. Rest In Peace Bill. https://t.co/EUo09SjAex
— Paul Shapiro – paulshapiro.eth (@fighto) May 19, 2022
I learned so very much from this man.
His contribution to the space cannot be overstated, nor his generosity in sharing what he knew with the world.
This is a sad day for me, and a huge loss for the SEO industry. 🙁 https://t.co/IQSGccR5Rt
— Dave Davies (He/Him) (@OnlineInference) May 19, 2022
Words can’t describe how much Bill contributed to the SEO community. I’ve spent many sleepless nights reading his research into Google patents.
My deepest condolences to his family, friends and colleagues.
— Charles Floate 📈 (@Charles_SEO) May 19, 2022
sad day in history for seo. very sad. very very good man https://t.co/6fk9mGyOgq
— Earl Grey (@syndk8) May 19, 2022
— Colt Sliva (@SignorColt) May 19, 2022
RIP Bill, you are a treasure in the industry.
Thank you for everything.
My condolences to Bill’s family, friends and colleagues. https://t.co/Z2sseVUagc
— Dave Sottimano 🇨🇦 (@dsottimano) May 19, 2022
Oh this is awful news. Bill’s work has helped the SEO community advance so much. He has helped me so much.😢 https://t.co/X8I4LXiknY
— Dr. Marie Haynes🐧 (@Marie_Haynes) May 19, 2022
I’m in shock! This is so sad 😞
Rest in peace, Bill 💐 https://t.co/MXWlWOjGNn
— Pedro Dias (@pedrodias) May 19, 2022
This is just the most devastating news. Simply cannot believe it. https://t.co/UgV42gZqdC
— Dawn A (@dawnieando) May 19, 2022
My condolences to his family and friends, this is devastating.
I’ve known him for little time compared to other people in the industry, but it’s thanks to him that many concepts are now “mainstream” in SEO.
Rest in peace, Bill https://t.co/ocsEWuwgr0
— Marco Giordano 🇺🇦 (@GiordMarco96) May 19, 2022
A devastating loss for the SEO industry. Bill will be greatly missed. Terrible news. https://t.co/EJE2ZT8IV7
— Glenn Gabe (@glenngabe) May 19, 2022
This is very sad! I have learned so much over the years from following SEO advice from @bill_slawski . Bill will be greatly missed. My condolences to his family and loved ones. https://t.co/1G5CL8DPb2
— Eddie Nehani (@localseo_help) May 19, 2022
Nearly every SEO who engages in Twitter to understand better how to do SEO owes @bill_slawski a debt.
I for one am going to very much miss his leadership and willingness to share information. https://t.co/DlXiuoPCWA
— Keith Fraley (@FraleyKeith) May 19, 2022
— Screaming Frog (@screamingfrog) May 19, 2022
Good bye my friend ♥️
We only met once in person in Milan but had so many great bogus SEO chats with @Ammon_Johns and the gang.
Sad time. A good portion of things I learned about search engines come from Bill and his diligence in studying patents and appreciation of law. https://t.co/54sTaDquny
— Fabrizio Ballarini (@Pechnet) May 19, 2022
— Lily Ray 😏 (@lilyraynyc) May 19, 2022
— siddhesh assawa (@siddhesh_asawa) May 19, 2022
This is incredibly sad news. Rest in peace, Bill, and thank you for everything. https://t.co/GeNin9vl27
— Gisele Navarro (@ichbinGisele) May 19, 2022
This is so, so sad. Bill was one of the greatest SEOs ever. https://t.co/DlS0I6emTD
— Joost de Valk (@jdevalk) May 19, 2022
I’ve learn so much from you Bill. Thank you for a life of sharing. Our whole community will miss you so much. My condolences to family and friends.
Galera BR do SEO, hoje infelizmente um cara incrível partiu. Aprendi muito do que sei com ele. Que ele esteja em nossas orações. https://t.co/McOhq6HF8O
— Fabio Ricotta (@fabioricotta) May 19, 2022
Horrible news. A true legend has left us. Proud of to have shared those conversations, and sad I won’t be able to talk to you in person. My heart goes out to family and friends https://t.co/IQM3TEomXo
— Montse Cano (@MontseCano) May 19, 2022
— Alex Peerenboom (@alexpeerenboom) May 19, 2022
Bill you and your insights and endless tendious work to make search patents “human readable” will be missed.
It was a pleasure to meet you so many years ago and every interaction ever since.
Thanks for everything.
You only die when you’re forgotten.
— Christoph C. Cemper 🇺🇦 🧡 SEO (@cemper) May 19, 2022
I just couldn’t believe that @bill_slawski has passed away.
My condolences to his family, wish that God give them enough courage to go through tough times 🙏🏻
Rest in Peace, Bill. You will always be in our memories, with the knowledge you shared with us. https://t.co/QyvpevDiq1
— Dipali Thakkar 🇮🇳🇩🇪- Digital Marketing Analyst (@dipalit) May 19, 2022
This is such a profound loss to the search community. @bill_slawski taught me so much through his research and ability to express complex topics so eloquently. Vale, Bill.
This stings. 😞 https://t.co/TslJZW2hqC
— roachdawg (@aaronroach) May 19, 2022
Heartbreaking to see 💔
Have known @bill_slawski so long I can’t even tell you how we met or when it was. The industry will be much lesser for this & I know his presence will be missed by many.
Thank you Bill for all you gave us.
Hugs to all & if anyone needs to talk I’m here. https://t.co/LEXyYHBhhj
— Kristine Schachinger (@schachin) May 19, 2022
We didn’t talk much Bill, and only here, but I will miss you, and your work. https://t.co/iQVv6HDyPs
— Kevin Webster C 137 (@Kevin_Pondering) May 19, 2022
Shocked and sadden by the news. Thank you for everything Bill https://t.co/7VbZ8q90Ax
— Tim Capper (@GuideTwit) May 19, 2022
Bill’s thinking hugely inspired my own. Incredibly saddened to hear this news – thoughts with his family and friends. https://t.co/ntLg6iAL1C
— Ric Rodriguez (@RicRodriguez_UK) May 19, 2022
This news has genuinly knocked me for six. Bill was such a wonderful and genuine guy.
I had the honour to speak alongside him on stage, interview him, and have many intetesting chats.
He never had a bad word to say against anyone.
He will truly be missed by the whole industry. https://t.co/21Wlq4Z7LC
— Mark A Preston (@MarkPreston1969) May 19, 2022
We have lost the gentle giant of our industry. 💔 https://t.co/HpfgS4z3Hk
— Amit Tiwari (@teamamittiwari) May 19, 2022
— Cindy Krum 📱 (@Suzzicks) May 19, 2022
Our industry just a lost a legend. Rest in peace Bill https://t.co/iKULMMQuC7
— Valon Saraçi (@VSaraqi) May 19, 2022
RIP Bill. A true SEO OG. https://t.co/SDw2v8UW2F
— Carl Hendy (@carlhendy) May 19, 2022
RIP Bill. A true SEO OG. https://t.co/SDw2v8UW2F
— Carl Hendy (@carlhendy) May 19, 2022
Very sad news. I didn’t know Bill personally but had a few good exchanges with him here. Rest In Peace. https://t.co/56xNqUcWPw
— Joey Shoop (@joeyshoop) May 19, 2022
This is devastating. Bill shared so much with so many people and found a way to get all of us excited about patents. His impact on this industry won’t be soon forgotten. https://t.co/X0phpyXBHD
— Lisa Barone (@LisaBarone) May 19, 2022
— Andre Gr (@Orangdre) May 19, 2022
Bill Slawski was one of the kindest and most generous souls in SEO. He was brilliant and was always happy to share his knowledge. Much of our understanding of SEO comes from his reading of Google’s patents and distilling it for the rest of us. Thank you, Bill. You will be missed. https://t.co/i6aAHGZ8Q1
— Darren Shaw (@DarrenShaw_) May 19, 2022
I can’t express the loss this is not just to the industry, but personally.
I learned so, so much from him. As early as the forum days. I wouldn’t be where I am without him. And always good fun.
Just no words. https://t.co/kSrETkYvQM
— Angie Nikoleychuk (@Juxtacognition) May 19, 2022
End of an era. https://t.co/9nIrH1M3Lv
— Melissa Fach 🇺🇦 (@SEOAware) May 19, 2022
Shocked to hear this 🙁 I know Bill struggled this past year or two since his stroke, but he contributed so much to the community and he had such a deep curiosity and enthusiasm for his work. I really valued the few times we were able to just sit and talk one-on-one. https://t.co/HFncxAJnWA
— Dr. Pete Meyers (@dr_pete) May 19, 2022
Terribly heartbreaking news. I didn’t know Bill outside of the #SEO Twitterverse, but he was so generous with his insights and such a big part of the community. RIP, we will miss you. https://t.co/7pGEY7GWl7
— Monica Wright (@monicawright) May 19, 2022
Another sad day for SEO. Bill was one of our best https://t.co/8seyZusOmB
— Mark Traphagen ✊🏾🏳️🌈 (@marktraphagen) May 19, 2022
Heartbroken 😢 Bill was a legend. https://t.co/HlDNtMc7Hr
— Omi Sido (@OmiSido) May 19, 2022
This is devastating. He had such a singular focus on ‘what Google wants’ that at times it almost drove me mad. But he also dropped more knowledge out there, for free, than I have time to even consume. The SEO industry is indebted to this man, and his presence will be missed. https://t.co/ZwrX2XB4he
— Mike M. (@seo_sitch) May 19, 2022
I’m so very sorry to hear that @bill_slawski has passed away 😔 One of the first SEOs I started to follow and read. He and his always insightful contributions in patents analysis in search will be so greatly missed. Rest in peace, Bill, and thanks for everything! 🙏 https://t.co/8dwhaGbWX6
— Aleyda Solis 🇺🇦 (@aleyda) May 19, 2022
We lost a giant today.
Bill gave more to the SEO industry than 99.9%. Prolific, occasionally obstinate, he was unwaveringly generous with his time & knowledge.
— Cyrus – Zyppy SEO (@CyrusShepard) May 19, 2022
He was such a nice person.
He was so gentle with me in my 1st years in the international SEO community, & he was so all the time & urging everybody to learn & own critical thinking.
I will miss him dearly not only for his unbeatable knowledge. https://t.co/kTzb1V20QB
— Gianluca Fiorelli (@gfiorelli1) May 19, 2022
A very sad day. Not many people have devoted so much time to analyze Search patents to produce notable predictions and practical recommendations. I had the opportunity to meet Bill and I’m grateful for his legacy. RIP. https://t.co/ikfXQbJvvp
— William Álvarez (@williamalvarez) May 19, 2022
I’ve known Bill since the beginning of all this and can say he made me smarter and better at the craft. I enjoyed our conversations, his declarations and wild industry predictions.
— Marshall Simmonds (@mdsimmonds) May 19, 2022
Such a profound thought leader. Bill actively participated in SEO discussions which is where I first met him. He was happy to dispel myths with equal enthusiasm. I enjoyed his candour and friendship. His passion and knowledge of Google patents made him legendary. #SEO #search https://t.co/kVbHLSuUXR
— Adam J. Humphreys (@Making8) May 19, 2022
I feel like I’ve lost the air in my lungs tbh. I loved Bill’s dedication to SEO and the patents that made it work behind the scenes. RIP and thank you for all you’ve done for the industry. https://t.co/QOVveM1DPL
— Luke Davis (he/him) 🇯🇲✊🏾🐍🤖 (@LukeDavisSEO) May 19, 2022
Really awful news that @bill_slawski has passed away.
— Greg Sterling 🇺🇦 (@gsterling) May 19, 2022
— Brian Wallace (@nowsourcing) May 19, 2022
Sad to hear @bill_slawski passed away! Long considered him a friend. I remember so many moments at SMXs with him! Worked with each other briefly when we both worked for @ChrisChurchill. Warm memories of when I invited him to speak at @DFWSEM & took him to dinner beforehand. RIP. pic.twitter.com/t8keRyyDuX
— Chris Silver Smith (@si1very) May 19, 2022
Bill was one of the first people in the “SEO industry” to follow me & would share my mediocre content
Bill was a great amplifier of new voices in the industry on here – he was doing that 10+ years ago and even up until last week he was putting content from new SEOs in my feed
— Chris Dyson 🍥 (@ChrisLDyson) May 19, 2022
Bill had a huge impact on our industry and many of us. Really sorry to hear about his passing. 🙁 https://t.co/7MKbdD059g
— John Morabito (@JohnMorabitoSEO) May 19, 2022
i feel like someone just punched me in the gut. man… I’ve learned so much from Bill over my career and this loss is massive. God bless him and his family. I am shocked. https://t.co/b0RikYnGTL
— Taylor Berg (@taylorannberg) May 19, 2022
Bill’s kind soul, educator’s spirit, and passion for SEO were cornerstones of the community. He was a strong contributor and helped make us all better with his dedication to his craft. We will miss his spirit but know his accomplishments will live on. RIP 🧡 https://t.co/taY8lvuuD5
— Semrush (@semrush) May 19, 2022
Aw man – this one hits really hard… https://t.co/WVk03BZfg6
— Greg Gifford (@GregGifford) May 19, 2022
So sad 😞 to hear this news. I was privileged enough to have crossed paths with Bill on many occasions & with each one his kindness always showed through. I’ll always fondly remember him joining our Twitter chat each week & how accessible he made himself to all. https://t.co/iBw3wjODiR
— Mordy Oberstein 🇺🇦 (@MordyOberstein) May 19, 2022
Bill Slawski was a good friend.
Originally we met at Crea8asite Forums and he gave me the confidence to launch SEJ.
A few years later, I somehow talked Bill into quitting his Court Clerk job and working together on SEO full time in Havre de Grace, MD. pic.twitter.com/xljGVKc4Yz
— lorenbaker (@lorenbaker) May 19, 2022
— Jackie Chu (@jackiecchu) May 19, 2022
— Alireza Naji (@AlirezaNaji_) May 19, 2022
This is devastating on so many levels. The industry has lost a giant. The depth of knowledge he so freely shared is immeasurable. Bill was not only the “Prince of Patents,” but truly a prince of a person. He will be sorely missed. My thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones.
— Michael Lewittes (@MichaelLewittes) May 19, 2022
So sad. The SEO community has really lost a lot of people over the last couple of years 🙁
— Kirk Williams 🎙 (@PPCKirk) May 19, 2022
Absolutely devastating. Read his articles analyzing google patents all the time in my early SEO days. Huge loss https://t.co/rup9NYiRdW
— Ari Nahmani (@AriNahmani) May 19, 2022
Bill was inspiration for so many, and I wouldn’t be where I was today without his constant insights and lively debates. Sending all my love to his family, our friends @GoFishDigital, and all those that are hurting from this loss. https://t.co/9WMlNfxopL
— Jake Bohall (@jakebohall) May 19, 2022
I met him over a decade ago at a search convention (can’t remember if it was PubCon or MozCon) – I’m really shy about approaching speakers but he’d just done an uber geeky presentation on search patents and I was enamored. I got to say hi and thank him. I’m heartbroken. pic.twitter.com/pFuFPx8E6p
— Donna ‘SnowWrite’ Snow 🇺🇦 😷#techseo (@SnowWrite) May 19, 2022
What terrible news. The SEO community lost a giant for sure. I always held Bill in the highest regard for his expertise in search patents. Deepest condolences to his family, friends and colleagues at @GoFishDigital. https://t.co/xdzOUWd8LT
— Kyle Sutton (@KyleW_Sutton) May 19, 2022
Very sad news that @bill_slawski has passed away. A wise man in SEO and life, he will be missed.
— brysonmeunier (@brysonmeunier) May 19, 2022
— Shari Thurow, Author, On Sabbatical (@sharithurow) May 19, 2022
Glad that I got to work with @bill_slawski and collab more over time, most recently as part of the @KGConference – he organized the SEO Track for the event. @MarketMuseCo @cyberandy I thought I’d never meet someone who loved reading patents more than I do. #RIP #SEO https://t.co/Q02oYmdRiY
— Jeff Coyle – Content Strategy and SEO (@jeffrey_coyle) May 19, 2022
Very, very sorry to learn of Bill’s passing. An extraordinarily smart SEO and the master of dissecting Google’s patents. I learned a lot. He will be very missed. https://t.co/u6fm2dFKsr
— William Sears (@WKSears) May 19, 2022
Still in shock and absolutely gutted. https://t.co/ZgjJFw3Gi3
— Danny Goodwin (@MrDannyGoodwin) May 19, 2022
Saddened by this terrible news. Back in the day Bill was one of the few SEOs I could engage with on matters semantic, and I have many fond memories of my times with him at conferences. My condolences to his family, his loved ones and all in the community who will miss him. https://t.co/YPqgBBXmkA
— Aaron Bradley (@aaranged) May 19, 2022
When @bill_slawski came and sat at the front for my first talk at Pubcon, I was blown away that the person I’d learned so much from over the previous decade or so, was interested in my ramblings. A great of the industry and will be sorely missed. https://t.co/cl13DD4UNk
— Martin MacDonald – MOGmedia Founder (@searchmartin) May 19, 2022
This is tragic. Bill was such a kind soul, and so smart. No one will ever be able to fill his shoes.
Much love and thoughts to his colleagues, his friends, and his family. https://t.co/V4HdENc7YV
— Rob Ousbey (@RobOusbey) May 19, 2022
I’m just not sure what to stay.
I’m still in shock by the passing of @bill_slawski You gave the #SEO industry so much as a creator, an originator and a mentor. No words to describe how much you’ll be missed. https://t.co/2c8HW3Vi3l
— Jennifer Hoffman (@_JHoff) May 19, 2022
This is devastating. Bill was one of the greatest luminaries in SEO. https://t.co/abap2S3FDI
— Eli Schwartz (@5le) May 19, 2022
I’m still in shock. Bill was the one who inspired me to monitor Google parents to understand SEO better. This industry won’t be the same without him. https://t.co/zgSi0gFXjS
— SEOGoddess (@SEOGoddess) May 19, 2022
This is so sad.
I’m SO sorry to hear this.
I met Bill at SMXL Milan a few years ago.
RIP dear Bill and thank you for everything.
I’ll miss you https://t.co/p4IkeMU47F
— Matteo Zambon (@zambros_it) May 19, 2022
Very sad to hear of the loss of one of the smartest marketers in our industry. Bill will be missed, but his lessons will always teach present and future SEOs, as well as those interested in Patent analysis. RIP @seobythesea @bill_slawski https://t.co/ZFQvPezsxC
— Chris Boggs (@boggles) May 19, 2022
We are saddened to hear the news about our beloved friend and pillar of the SEO community. Our condolences to Bill’s family, friends and colleagues. We will miss him deeply. https://t.co/vEKRfGGmaK
— Bruce Clay Inc. (@BruceClayInc) May 19, 2022
It is horrible news, I still can’t believe it. He was so knowladgable, always happy to help even when he got sick he would reply to Twitter and offers advice. Dear Bill, May you Rest In Peace and May God comfort your family and friends. https://t.co/Ml03lm2oYG
— John Shehata (@JShehata) May 19, 2022
I have lost one of my dearest friends. I can’t even process this news. https://t.co/OnX0tcsMdl
— Kim Krause Berg, CPACC Accessibility, QA Analyst (@kim_cre8pc) May 19, 2022
There is just so much more on social about how much this man meant to us all.
We will miss you Bill!
Forum discussion at Twitter.
Happy Fourth of July – Google Doodle
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I have a ton to post but I’ll hold it all for tomorrow and let you all rest.
Have a wonderful July 4th and speak to you all tomorrow, July 5th.
Forum discussion at Twitter.
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