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October-13-17
To the Lepain family
So sorry to hear of your loss.
Please accept our deepest sympathy
Paula and Len MacDonald
October-12-17
My deepest sympathies to the Lepain family on the loss of their father.
October-11-17
Shirley, We Extend a Most Sincere Sympathy To You and Family, and Bill's Siblings.

Many fond memories surface of Bill, Ken & Theresa as we attended St. Mary's S.S. No. 7 on Hwy. #3 and Sexton Sideroad, then years later some of your older children would attend St. Mary's School in the Village of Maidstone with our family, Lynne and Wayne.

Our Prayers Are With You During These Difficult Times.

Don & Patricia Borrowman Family
October-11-17
Bill was my dad's next door neighbour for the last 10 years and my across the street neighbour for the last year and everyone that visited my dad knew him. The nice man next door, in his Blue Jays hat, always smiling, always waving, always getting a kick out of my kids playing in the yard... He always had the most beautiful flowers covering his home every summer. My son kids loved helping Bill bring in his hose and garbage bins/recycle bins, he got a cold glass of chocolate milk almost every time. I saw him almost every day and talked to him almost daily throughout the years. He was smart, hard working and we all loved him. I know I speak for my Dad as well when I say how much we will miss him. It's been a sad few days knowing we won't be seeing his smile. It's hard looking across the street knowing he isn't there anymore. I hope he knew how much joy he brought to all of our lives just by being his happy self.
Xoxo

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