Bill was a dear friend and clarksburg neighbor for many many years. He had just retired when we met him, watched our kids grow and gracefully attended many birthday parties and graduations. We spent a few New Year's together and he always came loaded with fireworks for our kids. Our kids referred to Bill as "Uncle Bill". He was a good man and a great friend. Our condolences to his wife Peggy and rest of his family. We will miss him, greatly. Matias and Gracie Segura and children Matt, Monica, and Mikey
What a great loss for all who knew him. Bill was one of the kindest, most considerate people you could ever hope to meet. My deepest condolences to his wife and family.
I am deeply sorry for your loss. Having lost a dear relative to pancreatic cancer, there are no words to describe the pain, despair and sorrow.
What has helped me and I hope this helps you too; draw close to God and welcome loving support and encouragement from others.
This will not take away all of the pain, but it can cushion it in order for you to endure each day. ( James 5:11; Matthew 5:4)
Your faithful Meals on Wheels volunteers shall miss you Bill! He was a wonderful thoughtful man that everyone loved!
Bill was an honorable man, that was loved by many. He treated my Grandmother like a Queen, and for that I will always be grateful. God Speed, Bill.