Theresa, Billy, Joel and Jennifer. I just heard about the passing of Mr. Mayne and wanted to express my belated but deepest condolences and sympathy. Mr. Mayne was a great man who contributed to the success of myself and many others in the field of plumbing through his apprenticeship programs, he will be deeply missed.
Sincerely, Clay Gibson
Teresa,Billy,Joel,Jenny and families,
I can't even begin to tell you how sorry we are to hear about Bill. He was so funny and he and Rick had so much fun picking at each other over sports. We will keep ALL of you in our thoughts and prayers. He was a sweet man and a good friend and he will truly be missed by our family.
Love and Prayers,
Kristen and Kellie Lowe
Theresa, Anne and I send our condolences on the death of Billy. We will keep you, Billy, Joel and Jennifer in our prayers. We heard of his passing the other day while talking with Denise.
Bill was a good neighbor and had a great sense of humor. Our first encounter was a memorable one, eh, Theresa? I'm quite sure that all who were privileged to know him are sorrowed.
I knew Bill when we worked together on the Navy Federal building project. He was a very highly respected member of the construction team. Certainly, when it came to plumbing, there was no better advice, and I appreciated that. As time when on, my wife, Brenda had a stroke and later cancer. And them Bill got cancer too. We met at Nativity once in awhile and shared progress on cancer issues, and more importantly on our faith. I am confident they are both resting peacefully in God's Hands.
I am tolf that the greatest gift we can give to those who have gone ahead of us, is to live life fully in their place. I pray that for your family.
Ebb and Gail Ebbesen