WILLIAM HENRY, SR.
Age 78, born Oct. 21, 1921, in Pittsburgh, PA, died August 6, 2000 in Pueblo, CO after a six-month illness. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Dorothy; their three children, William H. Borland, Jr. of Leonardtown, MD, Glenn Borland of San Diego, CA, Charlet Ann Parker of Taylorstown, PA; five grandchildren; brother, David Borland of Lewistown, PA; and sister, Christine Borland of Morningside, PA. Mr. Borland received his Masters Degree in education in 1953 from the University of Pittsburgh. He served as a flight engineer for the B-24 bomber during WWII for four years, receiving several medals, including the Purple Heart, EAME ribbon with four bronze stars, and Good Conduct Medal. Mr. Borland was self employed for 20 years building commercial industrial displays and is best known for his design of the Unisphere built for the New York World's Fair and the display model of the Colorado National Guard Training Facility at Ft. Carson, CO. Cremation, Imperial Crematory. Memorial Service Friday, 2 pm, Imperial Funeral Home Chapel with military honors presented by Ft. Carson. Contributions may be made to Rocky Mountain Cancer Center, 1008 Minnequa Ave., #1512, Pueblo, CO 81004 in his memory.