To Habitat for Humanity, he's known as "Electric Bill," dedicated and enthusiastic volunteer who was acknowledged in April as part of National Volunteer Month. The Congregation Rodef Sholom community knows him as Bill Weinberg, photographed here with fellow Habitat volunteers and congregation members Sheryl Denker and Richard Margulis.
In their spring 2018 publication, Habitat for Humanity of Greater San Francisco said that Bill "was a pioneering volunteer at our fist multi-family development in Marin in 2014.
'We're so thankful for Bill's years of dedication to Mount Burdell Place,' said Director of Construction Erin. 'He's truly an inpsiring guy who has contributed so much to the entire building project.'"
Read about Electric Bill on Habitat for Humanity's website. While you're there, take a look around. You may find a new place to use your talent and passion!