Costs was born upon March 23, 1950. He was the only child of Costs and Evelyn Humbarger. Bill matured in Arkansas and finished high school in Mobile, Alabama, where he played golf on the high school golf group. After college, Costs concerned Greenwood to deal with extended family. He started operating at Gibson’s retailer. Not long after, Mr. Henson hired him to operate in sales at Requirement Life. A couple of months later on, Expense started a profession at New York Life Insurance Coverage Company. Expense was a consistent Chairman’s Council representative, was honored as a life time member of the Million Dollar Round Table, and even gotten approved for the Chairman’s Cabinet, where he finished ninth in the nation in overall sales. He belonged to the Nautilus Group in Dallas, ultimately retiring with over 40 years in life insurance and monetary management.
Costs loved all sports however particularly baseball and golf. He was a passionate baseball souvenirs collector, and particularly liked the Atlanta Braves. He coached many years of Little League Baseball and acted as baseball commissioner.
Expense was trusted for his guidance by all of his colleagues. Even beyond his expert settings, Expense was asked to be a board member for various companies, such as Indianola Academy, Reformed University Ministries, and Consulting Provider Foundation. He was also a member of Rotary International.
Costs was a founding member of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Greenwood, where he also served as elder. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church in Indianola, where he was presently older emeritus.
Bill was preceded in death by his parents, Bill and Evelyn Humbarger. Costs is made it through by his spouse of 49 years, Georgia Smith Humbarger; one daughter, Kim Humbarger Pillow and her hubby, Stephen Pillow, of Greenwood; 2 kids, Brad Humbarger and his wife, Colin Humbarger, of Indianola and Tom Humbarger of Greenwood; three grandchildren, Mary Dudley Pillow, Baylor Pillow and Helms Humbarger; 3 reward grandchildren, Loftin Gary, Ameila Cate Gary and Matthew Gary; his mother-in-law, Mrs. Eloise Smith, 3 sisters-in-law, Cretia Suskin, Jill Carson and Bekki Little, along with her other half, Rod Little. He is likewise endured by numerous cousins, nieces and nephews.
The Rev. Duncan Hoopes and James “Bebo” Elkin will officiate the service. Pallbearers will be Elton Britt, Blake Carson, Rod Little, Brennan Monty, John Wood Reed, Baylor Pillow, Watson Pillow and Greg Suskin. Honorary pallbearers will be his Greenwood Country Club playing golf group.
Visitation will be from 9:30 -10:30 a.m. on Wednesday in the fellowship hall of First Presbyterian Church in Indianola. The funeral service will start at 10:30 a.m. at the church. Burial will follow at Indianola City Cemetery. Pals and household are welcomed to the family home after the services.
Burton Funeral House is dealing with the arrangements. Memorials may be made to First Presbyterian Church in Indianola.
The family wants to express its gratitude to his group of medical professionals, the staff at Baptist Hospital, Sta-Home Health and Lean On Me Home Health of Indianola.