Jen: Such sad news to hear. I hope the close relationship you and your Dad shared will bring you comfort in the time to come. My thoughts are with you.
With sympathy, Paula Kaper
I did not know Bill very long. I started doing work for him 4 - 5 years ago. In the short time I did know him I found him to be a great person. A real stand up guy . . . smart, street smart, a gentleman, funny, interesting. A one of a kind guy.
Claire, and family, I wish I could find the words to express how bad I feel for you all.
My best wishes and prayers are with you all
To the memory of Billy Moffa, my dear friend and gumbatta. A half century of a friendship I'll always cherish. Remembering the good times we shared, the good food, the laughs, the rides, the good ole days at Johnson's Pharmacy and the quality time I spent with him and his dear wife Claire.
It was an honor and a pleasure knowing him also an honor and a privilege being "best man" in the marriage to his lovely wife Claire and to have been a trusted guardian to his sweet children, Little Bill and Jeni.
I also count it a blessing to have been with him and his family when he drew his last breath. He was a man of principle and intelligence, a loving husband, father, grandfather and a complete gentleman. I will miss him deeply and with a heavy heart.
Claire, Little Bill and Jenny, I was am so sorry to read about the best boss I every had. I met my husband at the Charcoal House when we worked for Bill. I am so sorry for your loss. Little Bill, you know where to find me (that little bar underneath the Elsmere Bridge) If I am not there, please ask someone to call me and I will be there in a minute.
Joe and Debbie (Cunningham) Maddams
Billy, I don't have to tell ya how much I enjoyed coming in to the nice little spot at the corner of Lovering & Lincoln for the best lunches in the city. It was a pleasure to get to know you and your father. You knew where to find Dean & Dean when it was lunch time. Prayers to you and your family my friend and may your dad, rest in peace my friend. W.P.D.
We are so very thankful that we got to spend some good times, stories & laughs with Bill in the past few years..It hope it helps to know you have family & lifelong friends by your side.Our love & support are always here for you.
You could call Remo 2 in the morning to come get you and he would be there! Sharing Vietnam missions and being introduced to Vietnam Vets who stopped by his house was the norm. Remo was a brave Marine, savy businessman, great father and husband, when my son was born Remo showed up at my front door and we had a night I'll never forget. I will miss those afternoons at Delaware Park sitting in the clubhouse handicapping horses, I WILL MISS YOU REMO...EVERYDAY TILL MY TIME, I WILL MISS YOU.....