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William "Sarge" Bill HammockSeptember 2, 1949 - April 22, 2010
William (Bill) Hammock, 60, of Beaumont, Texas, passed away Thursday, April 22, 2010. He was born September 2, 1949, to Dalton and Lo-Dee Hammock of Beaumont, Texas. He graduated from Beaumont High School in 1967. He had a long career in law enforcement, serving communities in Texas and Colorado, where he was the Firearms Instructor. He retired from the Jefferson County Sheriffs Department after thirty years. He had recently returned to service at the Jefferson County Courthouse. Bill was preceded in death by his father Dalton Floyd Hammock. He is survived by his mother Lo-Dee Crow Hammock of Branson, Missouri; his wife Patsy Budro Hammock of Onalaska, Texas; his sister Cheryl Hammock of DeLand, Florida; his brother Dayle Hammock and Dayles son Clayton Hammock of Sturgis, South Dakota, and Dayles daughter Laura Hammock Farrell and her husband Kevin Farrell, of Lincoln, Nebraska. Bill is also survived by his step-sons Brad Ager and Tommy Ager, Tommys wife Frances, and their daughters KayLeigh and Kara. Bill was a man of faith and of kindness throughout his life. He was a man who loved his family. He gave generously of his time and strength to the care of his father Dalton and to his mother-in-law Avis in the last days of their lives. He was delighted by his niece, nephew, and grandchildren, as they were in delighted return. He was a strong teacher in his role of Firearms Instructor, preparing other officers to be safe in their work and to keep the community safe. He loved the fun he had riding his motorcycle and cooking old family recipes! Memorial arrangements have been made through Broussards Mortuary in Nederland, Texas. Visitation will be on Wednesday, April 28, 2010, from 5:00 until 8:00 p.m. The Memorial Service in Nederland is scheduled for Thursday, April 29, 2010, at 10:00 a.m. Graveside services will follow at the Magnolia Cemetery in Beaumont, Texas.
A very special thank you is extended to the Sherriffs Department of Jefferson County for all they have done for the Hammock family.
Digital cameras are everywhere, and are such a common everyday item, but most of us don’t really know how they are able to take and store a picture in such amazing detail. to the rescue. Bill Hammock, better known as EngineerGuy on the MAKE blog, gives us a detailed rundown of how the CCD in our digital cameras work. The video is a great introduction to Bill’s new book, Eight Amazing Engineering Stories: Using the Elements to Create Extraordinary Technologies.