Bill and his wife Angie were two of the original founders of Warren Light Center.  Bill and Angie along with John and Ina Gallagher purchased the land that would become Warren Light Center.  They shared a mutual vision of a place where people could come to learn, to teach and to interact.

Bill had a house at the back of WLC just before where the land drops down a rather steep ridge to the river below.

Bill was always at the gatherings.  Always one of the leaders of the Opening and Closing Ceremonies at each of the many gatherings.  Bill was a living example of someone having a vision and turning that vision into reality.  He taught how to do that in his lectures, ceremonies and by being a living example.  So much of what was to become Warren Light Center – the place and the concept was from Bill’s vision.

Bill has passed on but his leadership certainly lives on.  I would have to say that anyone who ever attending any event at WLC can remember Bill leading the opening ceremony – dressed in native American style buckskins.

Besides founding WLC Bill was open to all type of teachings from Spirit and encouraged teachers, instructors and presenters to  come to WLC and to bring their students.

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  1. Is this the wlc in James Town PA? I met Bill dye long ago and I wanted to get in touch with him or his people. What seemed crazy, now might make sense.

    1. Dear Judy,

      The Warren Light Center was closer to Sandy Lake. I don’t remember where Bill’s home was. The Warren Light Center property is now in other hands and the members have occasional gatherings.

      If there is anything you want to ask, please leave another comment.


      The Archivist