William ‘Bill’ C. Bagby�’58 of Houston, Texas, died on February 20, 2011. Bill graduated from the second graduating class of St. John’s School. At Mines, Bill played on the football team, was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity?and earned a professional degree in petroleum engineering. In 1960, he graduated from Harvard Business School with an MBA, and then started his career in the oil business. In the 1960s he was employed as an analyst for Continental Oil. He later held positions with Five Resources, General Crude, Texas Vanguard, Entex and Destec Fuel Resources. In 2000, he started his own company, Bagby & Company. Bill enjoyed spending time in Port O’Connor, where he taught many people to swim, ski and fish. He also enjoyed hiking and taking friends and family on adventures throughout Colorado. Bill is survived by his wife, Carmen; daughters, Chaille, Maria, Lisa and Amy; two grandsons; his sister, Sally Hill; and six nieces and nephews.
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