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'''William Wilton Whitefield'''<br>
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'''27 Jul 1941 - 12 Jun 2013'''<br>
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[[Foggy City Dancers]] '''Memorial Panel'''  [[1UL]]<br>
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[[Foggy City Squares]]<br>
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[[Western Star Dancers]] '''Memorial Panel''' [[3UR]]<br>
  
Bill was an early member of [[Foggy City Dancers]] and [[Western Star Dancers]] in San Francisco. He co-taught classes for Foggy City, and called for the [[Foggy City Performance Team]] and for [[Gold Rush]].  He was one of four callers who called at the 1986 Gay Games in San Francisco.
 
  
Bill passed away in SF in June(?) 2013.  In a gathering of friends sharing his memory, Bill's Foggy City and Western Star badges were pinned to the [[Memorial Panels]] on July 6, 2013 during [[Weave Your Heart in San Francisco]].
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Bill was an early member of Foggy City Dancers and Western Star Dancers in San Francisco. He co-taught classes for Foggy City, and called for the [[Foggy City Performance Team]] and for [[Gold Rush]].  He was one of four callers who called at the 1986 Gay Games in San Francisco.
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Bill passed away in SF in June 2013.  In a gathering of friends sharing his memory, Bill's Foggy City and Western Star badges were pinned to the [[Memorial Panels]] on 06 Jul 2013 during [[Weave Your Heart in San Francisco]].
  
 
See the [[Foggy City Performance Team]] entry for some videos of Bill calling.
 
See the [[Foggy City Performance Team]] entry for some videos of Bill calling.

Latest revision as of 21:45, 7 September 2020

BillWhitefield.jpg

William Wilton Whitefield
27 Jul 1941 - 12 Jun 2013
Foggy City Dancers Memorial Panel 1UL
Foggy City Squares
Western Star Dancers Memorial Panel 3UR


Bill was an early member of Foggy City Dancers and Western Star Dancers in San Francisco. He co-taught classes for Foggy City, and called for the Foggy City Performance Team and for Gold Rush. He was one of four callers who called at the 1986 Gay Games in San Francisco.

Bill passed away in SF in June 2013. In a gathering of friends sharing his memory, Bill's Foggy City and Western Star badges were pinned to the Memorial Panels on 06 Jul 2013 during Weave Your Heart in San Francisco.

See the Foggy City Performance Team entry for some videos of Bill calling.