William Harry Dal Molin passed away on April 11, 2017 in Napa at the age of 88. William “Bill” Dal Molin was born in Oakland, California to immigrant parents Frank and Mina (Minnie) Dal Molin on September 15, 1928. He lived most of his life in Sonoma County. Moving from Santa Cruz in the mid-1930s. Bill worked as a farm hand on his family farm, and driving a milk truck for his uncle’s creamery in Fremont. He enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corp in 1946, serving in the South Pacific as an AP and Airplane Engine Mechanic, he received the World War II Victory Medal. After the war, he returned to Sonoma County where he married his first wife, Rosmarie in 1950, with whom he shared four children, and became a well-respected Masonry Contractor, building homes and fireplaces all over Sonoma County. His “magnum opus” was a home he built north of Timber Cove. In 2010 Bill moved to Napa County where he lived out his life and passed away surrounded with family and friends by his side. Bill was preceded in death by his parents. His brothers, Frank Dal Molin, George Dal Molin, and John Dal Molin. His son, Mark Dal Molin and first wife Rosmarie Blood. Bill is survived by his daughters, Karen Alves (Mike), Chris Malan (Jack), Gale Dal Molin. Grandchildren, Shannon Saenz (Rudy), Josh and Micah Malan, Aaron and Summer Alves, Jennifer and Nicole Felten. Great-grandchildren, Andrew, Jordan, Sierra, Lily, Ashlyn, Sophia, Avery, Isabella, Jacob and Logan. A private graveside service is being arranged at Santa Rosa Memorial Park. Anyone wishing to make a donation may do so to Collabria Hospice in Napa County. 414 South Jefferson St., Napa, CA 94559.