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William "Pacman" Brinkerhoff

November 27, 1960 October 27, 2018
William  "Pacman" Brinkerhoff
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Obituary for William "Pacman" Brinkerhoff

William V. Brinkerhoff, age 57, of Bourbon, Missouri passed away on Saturday, October 27, 2018 at Missouri Baptist Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri.

Bill Brinkerhoff was born on November 27, 1960 in Roosevelt, Utah, to Lee V. Brinkerhoff and Marjorie K. (Larsen) Brinkerhoff. He grew up and attended school in Roosevelt, UT. As a teenager, he went to work as a roughneck in the oilfield. Bill spent much of his life working nationally and internationally. He had an adventuresome spirit, was easy-going, and absolutely loved life to the fullest. Bill enjoyed fishing, motorcycles, and spending time in the mountains.

Bill is survived by two daughters: Heather Meyers and husband, Ryan of Vernal, UT, and Billie Brinkerhoff of Boise, ID; three brothers: Steven Brinkerhoff and wife, Peggy of Grand Junction, CO, Melvin Brinkerhoff and wife, Peggy Sue of Bourbon, MO, and Thomas Brinkerhoff and wife, Michele of Sullivan; and four grandchildren: Selena Meyers, Anthony Meyers, Ryan Meyers, Jr., and Alinia Brinkerhoff.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Lee and Marjorie.

Cremation took place and no services are planned.

Friends may send online condolences to Bill’s family at www.eatonfuneralhome.com.

All arrangements are under the care of the Eaton Funeral Home of Sullivan & Bourbon, MO.


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