William Webb Wade passed Sunday, June 6th 2021. He was 65. Born to Don Henry Wade and Virginia Frances Mitchell Wade in Okemah, Oklahoma on October 13th, 1955 William (Bill) lived in Oklahoma with his parents and sister, Pamela Kay Crumpton, until 1969 when the family moved to Hillsboro, TX. There he excelled as a Middle Linebacker for the Eagles, earning All State honors and being selected to play in the 1973 Texas High School Football All-Star game. Graduating Hillsboro in 1973 he went on to play at Navarro College for two years before transferring to Southwest Texas University and graduating in 1980 with a degree in Physical Education. After graduation he coached Football and taught History at Coppell, Celina, and Center High Schools. In 1991 the family relocated to Bentonville, Arkansas. While in Arkansas Bill coached at Bentonville High School, before taking a Management position in the Wal-Mart Home Office as an Educator and Trainer. In 1995 the family moved again, to Mesquite Texas where he coached at North Mesquite, Poteet (Football and Soccer), and Horn High School, before ending his teaching and coaching career at Terrell High School in 2019. Bill married Laura Lockhart in December of 1979. They have two children, Heath and Betsy Wade and three grandchildren, Jackson Wade, Riley Wade, and Greyson Craft with another baby boy due in November. As a teacher and student of World History his knowledge and application of those who shaped our world was unsurpassed. In 2002, combining his love of History and Theology he wrote and published a book titled: The Gentile Holocaust. He strove to be a righteous man, and a man of character. He studied the word of God, raised his children to know Jesus, and loved his church. Bill Wade will be remembered by those who loved him as a man of God, a provider, a protector, and most importantly, a good Father.