William David “Bill” Sprowls February 18, 1942 - August 13, 2020

William David “Bill” Sprowls, 78, of Hendersonville passed away on Thursday, August 13, 2020 at the Elizabeth House.  He was the son of the late William Stanley and Delores Reno Sprowls.

Bill served in the US Navy and started his career with National Airlines and retired from Delta Airlines.  He was a member of the Hendersonville Elks Lodge and the American Legion.  Prior to moving to Hendersonville, he and his wife resided in Miami, FL.

Bill loved his work at Delta Airlines as a Systems Instructor which enabled him to travel throughout Europe, South America & the Caribbean. In retirement,  he still enjoyed traveling and loved to cruise with his wife. He greatly enjoyed gardening and working in his yard.

Left to cherish his memory is his loving wife of 54 years, Frances M. Sprowls; a son, William David Sprowls, Jr.; a sister, Wanda Jean “Cookie” Layman; brother in law, Cornell Kvartek and wife Helen; and sister in law, Rosemarie Kvartek; his Uncle, John Reno; nieces and nephews; great nieces and nephews; godsons, Michael and Chris Wilson; goddaughter, Jennifer Cale Grayson and numerous friends.

A celebration of life will be held in Miami, FL.  Date and time will be announced.

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    Fran and Billy, very sorry to hear about Bill’s passing. Sad to hear the news. Rest in peace Bill

  2. Myke Wilson says

    Much Love Aunt Franny. All of our sympathy, love and prayers to you and Billy. Love Always-Myke, Michelle, Owen and Sara.. Dilly Dilly!!

  3. Cynthia Pond says

    Fran, Keisa and I extend our sincere sympathy to you and your family for the loss of your beloved husband Bill.

  4. DeDe Austin says

    Thinking of you my beautiful friend. I will always be grateful for the love & kindness which Bill always showed to me and my children. He will forever be remembered. Rest In Peace kind man.

  5. Carol Melvin says

    The world has lost a truly incredible man. His loss will be felt by many for an eternity. Bill has blessed so many people in his life. He was and still is a gift to all of us. Thoughts and prayers to Fran and the family. God Bless. Much Lovel