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William Frederick Tribble

October 18, 1946 — June 10, 2023

Bryant, Arkansas

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William Fredrick Tribble, beloved husband, father, and community member, passed away on June 10, 2023, in Little Rock, Arkansas, at the age of 76. He was born on October 18, 1946, in Memphis, Tennessee, to Jennie and Irwin Tribble.

William was a devoted husband to his surviving spouse, Louise Tribble, with whom he shared a lifetime of love and cherished memories. He was a loving father to his son, Bryan Tribble, and son-in-law, Raul Tribble, and took great pride in their accomplishments and happiness.

During his lifetime, William had a remarkable career as a Marine reservist and dedicated 37 years of service to Southwestern Bell. He was known for his strong work ethic and unwavering commitment to his profession.

Beyond his professional life, William had a passion for cooking, baking, and exploring different cuisines. He found joy in creating delicious meals for his loved ones and always had a welcoming kitchen filled with enticing aromas.

William's adventurous spirit led him to travel extensively, allowing him to experience different cultures and broaden his horizons. He treasured the memories made during these journeys and shared his travel tales with enthusiasm and delight.

An active and longtime member of the Society for Creative Anachronism, William embraced his love for history and the medieval period. He participated in numerous events, embracing the spirit of chivalry and camaraderie.

In support of his wife's involvement in her Native American heritage, William actively engaged in activities that celebrated and preserved their traditions. He respected and honored the richness of her heritage, fostering a deep appreciation for cultural diversity.

William was a proud member of the Communications Workers of America, where he found solidarity and camaraderie among his fellow members. His dedication to the organization exemplified his commitment to advocating for fair treatment and equality.

In his leisure time, William enjoyed fishing, hunting, and spending time outdoors, immersing himself in the beauty of nature.

A memorial service to honor and celebrate the life of William Fredrick Tribble will be held at a later date. Details regarding the service will be announced in due course.

William will be remembered as a loving husband, a caring father, and a devoted member of his community. His kind heart, vibrant spirit, and zest for life will continue to inspire and impact the lives of all who had the privilege of knowing him.

In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests that donations be made to a charity of your choice in memory of William.

Arrangements by Arkansas Cremation, 10515 W Markham St, Ste B1, Little Rock, AR 72205. 

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