Sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort, bring comfort to your family an friends- 2 cor 1:3
Although I didn't know Bill all that well, I remember how wonderful he and his wife treated my brother and family when they were neighbors. They were always included at the parties.
Mr. Loris was a kind, generous, helpful man and neighbor. I remember he gave me a tiny pair of scissors when I was little that were from one of his trips to China...30 years later, I still have them in my jewelry box.
Mr. Loris showed me how to read the stock reports in the newspaper, and he helped me tie my tie for the homecoming dance. I will always remember him.
Mr. Loris was the perfect neighbor to have while growing up. I have not seen him for a while, but I will never forget him or Mrs. Loris.
Dear Cindy & Phil
Cathy and I are very saddened by the lost of a great friend and neighbor
He done many of things for my children,,
including treating them like his own
Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.
What a wonderful man to have known. Bill was one of the most intelligent person I have ever known and to be his friend was a privileged for me. He was so knowledgeable on almost any and all subjects we would talk about. He taught me a lot about investing. His gardening skills made it a pleasure to look at his home (though he never did win the battle against the Quack-grass). We had golfed together many times, in fact I believe I was the last person he golfed with before he gave up the game. The Lord may have called Bill home but his memory will always be etched in my mind.
Our most sincere condolences to Cindy, Phil, Andy and Jessica and to the rest of his family.
Bill & Karen Kouchoukos