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Wyllis Bindner

Wyllis Alicia "Billie" Bindner (Stark)

Tuesday, August 10th, 1937 - Friday, January 22nd, 2021
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Wyllis (Billie) Bindner of Washington Township, Ohio, passed away peacefully at Bethany Village. She was 83. Billie is survived by her husband Kenneth of 60 years, whom she met at church during 6th grade. They were members of the same confirmation class. Both have been Lutherans their entire lives. She has been a member of Epiphany Lutheran Church for 50 years. Billie was born on the far south side of Chicago, IL to the late Ivan G. Stark and Doris (Bortel) Stark. She is survived by twin sisters Bonnita (Daniel) Varro, and Constance (Ronald)Primozic; brother-in-law Louis (Virginia) Bindner; daughter Kimberly (Bindner) Schneider and son Michael Bindner; grandchildren Lyndsey (Todd) Romantini, Brooke (Todd) Didion, Ryan Schneider, and great granddaughter Elliana Gene Romantini, plus many Indiana uncles, aunts, and cousins.

She grew up playing the accordion and attended Valparaiso University where she majored in music. For 40 years she was a private music teacher of mostly elementary and high school students, all of whom she loved dearly. The key to her success as a music teacher was the ability to motivate her students to enjoy practicing. She touched the lives of many families through music.

She enjoyed all the hand crafts such as knitting, cross stitch, and sewing. And, she thoroughly enjoyed watching all TV sports.

Billie was a devoted and loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. We will all miss her wonderful personality, pretty face, and her movie star smile. A private family memorial service will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, Billie’s legacy would be greatly honored by a donation to Bethany Village at https://graceworks.org/support/donate/.
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Mike Kleinhenz

Posted at 02:44pm
Ken,

I was so very sorry to read of Your loss. I hope that You have 60+ years of memories to cherish. May God Bless You.

Mike Kleinhenz
(NCR/TSI 1984-85)
LT

Linda Tripp

Posted at 07:20am
Dear Ken, Michael and Family,
We have thought of you during this past year of restrictions, and saw today in the paper about Billie’s going Home. Our hearts and prayers go out to you in your loss. We enjoyed sharing the experience of living in Woodview (Bethany) with Ken, Billie and Michael. I especially loved seeing Billie’s smile across the table from my mom, when they ate together in the dining room. Her smile just lit up the room. I enjoyed finding Ken and Billie enjoying the view from an outdoor spot, when my mom Helen and I were out on the grounds enjoying the day. Ken was always by her side, sharing everything he could find with her to bring her joy and life. My mom had fun joining in on your playing “catch” with a bouncy ball in the hallway when we came by your games. When we were able to get to a church service together, we could count on seeing you there. Such a precious picture in my mind, of Ken’s arm around Billie as they worshipped together. We know that the day is coming when you two will be worshipping Him together again. We will look for you when we get there. God be with you in the meantime and comfort your heart and walk with you each day.
Love and prayers from Michael and Linda Tripp
MS

MaryEllen Sage

Posted at 11:15am
Mrs. Binder was my flute teacher and Blue Bird leader. Kim and I grew up together. Mrs. Binder was always so supportive and gracious. I remember her being such a kind, loving soul and a patient teacher. Years after my lessons, as an adult I ran into her at the Fraze Pavilion. She could not have been more kind and gracious upon learning of my mother’s passing as we chatted and “caught up” with each other’s lives.
I am so sorry to learn of her passing. While many years have passed since I was part of her life, she instilled in me the importance of discipline and practice, and a love for music. She truly was an important part of making me who I am today. My deepest sympathies to her family.

MaryEllen Sage
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