Dr. Bill Denison leaves legacy in Troy community

Troy Messenger - 02-19

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The impact of Dr. William “Bill” Denison’s death on Friday was felt across many segments of the Troy community and left many hearts saddened. Denison, a native of Michigan, moved to Troy with his family in 1967 to teach music at Troy State University, where he spent 50 years teaching music and directing the Collegiate and Madrigal Singers. He was selected as an inaugural member of the Alabama Music Educators Association Hall of Fame.