I just found this. Bill was one in a million. He did for others. He was one of the best. He was there when u needed him.
Bill Bright and I were proud to represent our old friendship with a great family. Bill Curran and I had a 67 year friendship and shared many memories as our families went through all the stages of life. His wit and insight were a Joy every time we talked. We were classmates at three different schools and our children shared Holiday celebrations in Atlanta. My dad helped him get a Job after college, and he offered me one when I was downsized at Sears. He and I were both lifelong salesmen and shared a bond because of that. We rode motorcycles together, and always enjoyed a love for Life. He created the group that shared Burgers together and we missed his participation, when mobility became so difficult. We were happy that he could get such good care and be near his family in Greenville, even though we lost that weekly contact. Peace has come for the Big Man, and we remember him well.
We love you all and you are in our thoughts today. Your father was such a wonderful man Susan. Prayers to your family. Love, Scott and Lauren McClary
Biggie as I called him growing up on Hill St. (Billy was always bigger than the rest of us) was always fun to be with a good person to grow up with! I recall many times when his Dad took us to the High Point pool to swim or going to the baseball stadium and Latham park, etc. And there were games we all played like "Kick the can; Cowboys; and baseball &football in the street and many more". I was honored to be in his wedding and felt lucky when he would come by to visit when he was back in Greensboro. His smile and personality will make Heaven more fun even as he is missed on earth.
Robert Caldwell, Greensboro
Prayers for good blessings today as you celebrate Bill's life. He was a mentor when I was growing up and always a very proud family person.
Blessings and all that is good,