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William Bill Page, 75
William Page of Smithville died Wednesday at Centennial Medical Center.

William “Bill” Page, 75, of Smithville died Wednesday at Centennial Medical Center.
He was an Army veteran, co-founder of the DeKalb County Girls Slow Pitch League and Bill Page Ball Park. He was also owner and operator of Page Brothers Construction. He was preceded in death by his parents, Herbert and Della Atnip Page and sister Ruby Pinegar.
Survivors include his wife of 52 years, Jo Ann Page of Smithville; son and his wife, Kelvin and Rea Page of Hillsboro; grandchildren, Bray Page of Smithville and Morgan and Jordan Atnip of Smithville; brother, W.J. Page of Smithville; three sisters, Aliene Snyder of Smithville, Helen and Charles Cantrell of Smithville, and Barbara Vanatta of Smithville. Several nieces, nephews, and cousins also survive.
The funeral was held Saturday at the chapel of Love-Cantrell Funeral Home. Burial followed at DeKalb Memorial Gardens. Dan Gulley, Tim Woodward, and Jordan Atnip officiated. In addition to flowers, donations may be made to the DeKalb Girls Slow Pitch Softball League.
Love-Cantrell Funeral Home of Smithville was in charge of arrangements.