“Cathy Bill was a kind and gentleman, may in rest in peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
“Cathy, so very sad to hear of Mr. Bill passing. He was a great guy who made me laugh everyday when we worked together at Bally's. I will always have fond memories of him and always think of him when I see a paper airplane!
Liz and Rich Sutton
“Cathy, So sorry to hear of Mr Bill's passing. So many memories of a man who had a heart of gold. Rest in peace Mr. Bill you will be missed. My deepest sympathy to you Cathy, and your family.
“Cathy: Bill was a great friend and I will always remember his kind words and sense of humor. Please accept my condolences. May God bless.
“Cathy, I'm so sorry to hear of Bill's passing, please accept our condolences. Words do an injustice in explaining how much we will miss Bill however He will remain very much alive in our memories and admiration. Holding you and your family close in our thoughts and prayers.
“Words cannot express the sympathy I feel for the loss of Bill. I've known him for many years and knew him to be very intelligent and had a sense of humor and ability to be quit the prankster. Bill liked to tinker in the back yard a lot. He always had projects to do. Thank you for taking care of my best friend, Cathy, for all these years. Bill, You will be missed. R.I.P.
“Cathy I'm so sorry to hear of Bill's passing. Sr. Bill was such a good person, as i look back at our AC ball busting days i can only laugh about the many good times he and I had together,this Man always had a soft heart, to know him is to love him, he will be forever in my heart.
Sr.Bill Thank You for the Memories....
“My thoughts and prayers are extended to Bill's family. I worked with Bill for several years at Bally's and knew him to be a great person with a great sense of humor and strong morals, the latter a quality rarely seen in the casino industry. R.I.P. Bill, we'll all miss you...
“I always remembered Bill as a laid back and humorous guy who let nothing bother him. I worked with Bill at Bally's for 15 years in the 80's and 90's. Cathy, I don't know if you remember me, but please accept my condolences on your sad loss. Bill will be warmly remembered by many people for his kindness and the best sense of humor that kept us on our toes.
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CARTICA, WILLIAM 77 of - Cape May Court House, died Weds. March 27 at his residence. Born in Windber, PA he lived in Hammonton before moving to Cape May Court House in 2000. He retired in 2002 from Bally's Park Place as a Slot Attendant Supervisor after 25 years. Bill served in the U.S. Air Force...Read More