YORKTOWN HIEGHTS, N.Y. -- William Glenn Van Buren,54, formerly of Yorktown Heights, died suddenly on his ranch in Colorado on Aug. 3.
Bill was a stock trader by trade, but his passion was his ranch in Colorado. He was an avid hunter, fisherman and skier who lived his life to the fullest. He was excited to have recently acquired bison and had plans to retire in two years to his ranch. He loved sports and was a supporter of the New York Yankees.
Van Buren was predeceased by his mother Gloria Van Buren, his brother Robert Brent Van Buren and grandfather Emil Moretz. He is survived by his wife Megan Anderson Van Buren, daughters Tyler, Regan, and Dakota of Downers Grove, Ill., father Bill Van Buren and step-mother Carol Van Buren of Holland, Mich., sister Alisa Van Buren Calamari, brother in-law Thomas DeWitt Calamari, niece Paige Gloria Calamari of Little Egg Harbor, N.J., nephew Zachary Thomas Calamari of Manhattan, N.Y., uncle Roy Moretz, aunt Gloria Moretz of Cape Coral, Fla., cousins Lori Moretz of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Gail Stroh of White Plains, N.Y. and numerous friends. A celebration of his life is currently being planned. In lieu of flowers, a tax deductible contribution can be mailed to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, 5705 Grant Creek, Missoula, MT 59808 in memory of Bill Van Buren and/or trust for Dakota Van Buren at 6558 Davane Lane, Downers Grove, Ill., 60516.
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