Bill Siu Wiki – Bill Siu Biography

A father of four and a popular California soccer coach drowned after he and his wife were knocked off their jet skis during their family’s first trip to Lake Tahoe. Bill Siu and his wife were vacationing with his children Kanoah, Melana, Ziggy and Rico when waves and strong winds blew them off the boat on Saturday, SFGate reported. “We broke up, and all I knew was that I had to get to him,” Alexie Siu told the news outlet. “I could see him panicking.” The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office said he responded to the eastern shore of Lake Tahoe around 4:10 p.m. and transported the unconscious man to a hospital in Sand Harbor, where he was pronounced dead.

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The incident is being investigated as an accidental drowning, authorities said. Bill’s grieving widow described him as a “family man” who loved to coach and bring people together. “Everyone I’ve talked to always says that he always had a smile on his face,” Alexie told SFGate. “That’s how much he’s made connections within the community.”


Bill coached the Clayton Valley Eagles, a soccer team his son Kanoah played for that won the league championship in 2022, according to a GoFundMe page set up for the family. “A Raiders fan to the core, his black and silver truck represented his colors,” wrote fundraiser organizer Valerie Francisco.

“Bill was a trainer at the P2P Transformation Center in Concord, where he shared his love of exercise, impacting the lives of hundreds of people on their journey toward health goals,” she wrote. “Bill loved reggae music and taking trips to take his family to new places. Bill loved learning about new ideas, skills and sports,” added Francisco.

The P2P Transformation Center shared a statement about Bill’s work. “Bill Siu started P2P in support of his beautiful wife Alexie, not long after he became a member we contacted him to become our coach,” she told KRON4. “Bill dedicated his love and passion for coaching to the P2P community. He was a kind and gentle man who had a heart of gold, but he always knew how to push and motivate people to do their best,” he added. The GoFundMe page has raised more than $72,500 as of Thursday morning.Read More…..


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