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Discussion in 'Custom & Handmade Knives' started by JParanee, Feb 19, 2021.
Wow. Terrible news.
My deepest condolences to his family and friends.
Joe... he was a good friend.... I only wish we all had more time to see him again. Thanks for being so close to him over the years. He always spoke so highly and fondly of you and held you in the highest regard. He will be missed...
Sad to hear this. Wishing all his family and friends the best
rest in peace.
RIP...the loss of a great knife-maker!
That photo is a GEM....
God Bless and God Speed all of Bill’s loved ones, family and friends...may he Rest In Eternal Peace and Love...we are diminished.
Please accept my sincerest condolences for your loss my Brother...
Joe, I know you two were close and I'm feeling for you right now. Get at me if you wanna talk
Sad news, I just started exploring his inspirational designs last year.
I love the videos showing him working at the grinder with a big shower of sparks.
I was sorry to see this the other day. Condolences to Bill’s friends and family.
Rest in peace Mr. Bagwell. You will be missed.
Sad news indeed.
Bagwell bowies have been my grail for years, even though I've never seen one in person. I've been in awe of the man and his work. I'm saddened by the loss of a true icon, and I'm sorry for the loss of your friend.
I saw this on Instagram yesterday. So sad. Condolences to family and friends. I got into this game way too late to have known any of the old guard. Bill and the rest have my highest respect. Aside from the personal loss, it is such a tragedy that a lifetime of skill, knowledge and wisdom will disappear into the ether. That is why it is so important that we be good teachers and pass on as much as we can.
every time i called him on the phone , he always anwered. i will cherish his book , ii own and love bowies . GOOD BYE BILL BAGWELL RIP/
Mr. Bagwell is a legend. May he R.I.P.
What a loss.
As a boy in the 70’s I had the pleasure of watching him forge a blade as my dad took me to meet him. Things were just getting started for him I believe. With the knifemakers guild, etc. I am fortunate to have some of his work from those early days. RIP Bill. You certainly made an impression on a young boy pounding a knife out of steel and explaining to me what Damascus steel was.
RIP Sir, God Bless you and your family.
You will be missed..
"We are diminished"
Sad news indeed, sorry to hear of this, you don't like to click the LIKE button when you seriously don't LIKE the news, but, you know what I mean.