MUSKEGON, MI — William Scott “Mr. Bill” Bostrom is being remembered for his heart that was “as big as his body” and the positive impact he had on Muskegon Public School students during his 30-year custodial career, according to The Muskegon Chronicle.
On Monday, Bostrom died at the age of 53 from blood clot complications, the article stated.
According to the article, throughout his tenure with the district, Bostrom was known as “Mr. Bill” to students at the district’s four elementary schools.
“He was a wonderful man,” said Gilvonna Agnew, 9, who will always remember Bostrom’s raccoon hat with a tail that would move when he pressed a button.
Click here to read the article in its entirety.