Dale Bille

Date of Death: Mar 18, 2016
Dale Bille


Dale William Bille, 62, went on to be with his Lord on March 18th, 2016.

Dale was a man after God’s own heart. His love for the Lord was evident to anyone that met him. His desire for everyone to know God’s greatest gift, Jesus and what he did so that no one would be separated from the Lord for eternity. It was not only apparent in his daily walk, but also by his love to share this truth. Dale was born on November 29th, 1953 in Waupun, WI to his parents William “Bill” and Helen Bille. He later went on to University Wisconsin Oshkosh where he obtained a bachelors in business degree. It is also where he met his loving wife Kay Marie Upham. They together as newlyweds and for many years after lived and worked in the Madison, WI area. Where Dale worked as a personal director for many years. Later they chose to have Dale homeschool their girls, and as family go and explore this great nation we live in together. Dale’s loving family that remain here on earth are his wife Kay “Katie” Bille, his daughters Camarie (Jacob) Wamsley, Kensey Bille. His grandchildren Dawson, Camden, Charlotte and Felicity. His mother Helen Bille and his siblings Kathy (Steve) Westra and Charles “Chuck” (Deb) Bille along with all of their children and grandchildren.


Visitation will be from 9:30am to 10:30am with a service to follow.


Funeral services for Dale William Bille will be held at the Werner-Harmsen Funeral Home in Waupun, WI on Saturday, March 26th.


Family desires a private burial.



  1. Darrell and Mary Rauwerdink Says: March 23, 2016 at 5:22 pm

    Oh dear Katie, we are so saddened to hear of your family’s loss of Dale. Darrell has so many fond memories with Dale dating back some 40 years to Oshkosh in the 70’s as university students, coworkers at Kohl’s food store, hiking buddies in Colorado in 1980, and then to renewed friendship in the 80’s as our then young families grew. I just today got out photos of our adventures in Colorado and of family photos of our young children heading off to that first day of school. Years and distance have not faded the memories. God Bless and comfort you all.
    Our deepest love,
    Darrell and Mary

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