William Albert Whitton1933 - 2017 (84 years)
Name William Albert Whitton Born 20 Feb 1933 Los Angeles Gender Male Died 25 Aug 2017 Las Vegas, Person ID I31009 Whitton Last Modified 22 Jun 2020
Father William Bernard Whitton, b. 5 Dec 1913, d. 18 Jul 1970, Las Vegas, Nevada (Age 56 years) Relationship natural Father Minnie Lee Goodman, b. 8 Dec 1910, Tuttle, Grady, Oklahoma , d. 21 Feb 2003, Reno, Washoe, Nevada (Age 92 years) Relationship natural Married 5 Oct 1931 Oklahma Family ID F11748 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family 1 Beverly Diane Leeka, b. 15 Oct 1934, North Hollywood Los Angeles California USA , d. 14 Jul 1997, Las Vegas Clark Nevada USA (Age 62 years) Married 7 Nov 1950 Los Angeles Children 1. Jennifer Lee Whitton, b. 9 Jul 1958, d. 21 Jan 2017, Candler Hospital, Georgia (Age 58 years) [natural] 2. Living 3. Living 4. Stacey Aune [natural] 5. Kim Aune [natural] Last Modified 22 Jun 2020 Family ID F11749 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family 2 Roberta I Dodson Married 21 Jun 1966 Riverside, CA Divorced 10 Dec 1984 Clark, Nevada Last Modified 22 Jun 2020 Family ID F11753 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family 3 Kathy ? Last Modified 22 Jun 2020 Family ID F13112 Group Sheet | Family Chart
- WILLIAM WHITTON William Albert Whitton, 84, of Las Vegas, husband of Kathy Whitton, passed away August 25, 2017. Bill was born February 20, 1933, in Los Angeles, California, the son of the late William Bernard Whitton and Minnie Lee Whitton. He graduated from high school and college and played pro football. Bill served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. His great passion was doing memories of "Elvis" at various venues. Bill performed in "Legends" at Vegas World in Las Vegas. He helped start the Screen Actors Guild in Nevada. Bill performed in Myrtle Beach, S.C., at the Palace Theater as Dean Martin in one of the first "Rat Pack" shows in Las Vegas. He worked with David King, Spirit of the Dance Productions in Myrtle Beach, S.C. He traveled the world then had his own show in Myrtle Beach, "The Dean martin Variety Show." He was on the Vickie Lawrence Show as E.P. King and other local shows in Las Vegas. He helped others get started as impersonators, helped raise money on the Jerry Lewis Telethons and also helped Them Walk Again Foundation. He worked in movies with Elvis, Nicholas Cage, Kurt Russell, The late Robert Ulrich and many others. He helped anyone out that needed help even giving to homeless veterans and mothers and children. His whole life was about entertaining and bringing some happiness to others through his entertaining. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Jennifer Trobridge; and a grandson, Danny Whitton Jr. He is survived by his wife, Kathy Whitton; sons, Dan Whitton of Charleston, S.C., and Billy Whitton of Reno; daughters, Stacey Aune, Kim Aune and Heather Henderson, all of Las Vegas; grandchildren, Wendy Campbell, Danielle Whitton, Kristopher D. Whitton, Anthonie Pacillas, Haylie Pacillas, Kylie Pacillas, Tyrell Nolon, McKenzie Campbell, Kelsiana Whitton, Trinity Campbell, Mylee Distler and Mason Campbell; brother, Robert Whitton of Reno; nephew, Tobie Whitton; and cousins, Larry Whitton and Doug Whitton both of Reno. His memorial service at the graveside will be at 12:45 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22, at Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 1900 Veterans Memorial Drive, Boulder City.