William Colville '50
February 3, 2021 3:15 PM
updated: February 3, 2021 3:52 PM
William King Colville
William King Colville, a writer, graphic designer, documentary filmmaker, and chief of minutiae, died December 9th, 2020.
Born February 1, 1928, in Seguin, Texas, Bill attended Texas A&M University '50 in the Corps of Cadets, and later served in the Army's Special Services during the Korean War.
Bill published his first work titled "23" when he was 23. Later, his production company promoted Mickey Leland, the Astrodome, Meals On Wheels, and others. He worked with the Menil Art Institute at Rice University, where he represented internationally known
artists Roberto Rossellini, Jean Tinguely, and others.
Writing was always his passion, publishing two fiction novels, "Endbeast, Volume I", and "Charlie's Trophy: Endbeast - Part I".
Bill Colville is survived by his sons James Colville and Duncan Colville, granddaughter Alice Colville, wife Michelle Colville, and ex-wife Patricia Colville.