- 58 years old
- Year of birth: 1957
- Place of birth:
- Year of passing: 2015
- Place of passing:
He had the best laugh.. I loved seeing him and my dad together they acted like boys. I remember one time he was at my Grammies house and he sat in her green rocking chair and his arms didn't reach the armrests it doesn't sound funny when I describe it but it was hilarious. My dad Roni and I still laugh about it to this day... And his cheesy jokes. Especially the one about the snail. Haha.
He was a man like no other. His love for me, was so immense, I felt it every day, for the past 33 years. And I miss it every minute of every day now.
He never spoke a bad word about anyone, and genuinely cared for people. He loved his friends.
There will never be another like him, and I cherish the memories we shared together.
Rest in peace, dear Bill. I will cherish the times we all spent together and I' m grateful we became "family" when you married Pat. You will be forever missed and thought of with love always!
The naughty corner will never be the same without you. Love and miss you buddy.
Bill I well cherish the times we walked on the golf course together and all the times we spent having a beer afterwards will always be memories in my mind you are so funny with your one liner jokes.
We always eat good too Dam good.I well miss you my friend rest in peace.
I am shocked and saddened to hear of Bill's passing.
We grew up together, along with his brother Bob, we were inseparable young boys. We always played baseball, football, swimming, anything together. I send my heart felt condolences to his family and loved ones.
I was so shocked to hear of Bill's passing he was the love of your life and he so loved his children and grandchildren and it was so apparent his love for you just shone and grew brighter with every passing year. My heart aches for you and your family Pat I know we will all meet one day.
Until that day live with the memories they help!
I am so sorry about Bill's passing. I had the great pleasure of meeting and playing softball with Bill in the 70's. I found he was a great softball player but a " Better Person ". I would describe Bill as Kind, Honest, Giving, Thoughtful. I am glad to call Bill my "Friend". Thanks for the memories!!! Condolences to Pat and all of his family members.
I knew Billy growing up on Teakwood Ct. He was a life long friend and we had many memories on that street. I was saddened to hear of his passing. He was always so nice, and I am truly sorry to hear of his passing. I will always remember him.
Lori Dalton and family
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