William Linwood London

Milo, Maine

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Sorry for the families loss. I only knew him from seeing him at ox-yoke when i used to work there. he was a very nice man

Dear Bill London Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Remembering Bill brings back pleasant memories. He was always a gentleman. I marvelled that he would travel to Millinocket, summer and winter, night and day to work in the Millinocket Mill. I worked with him and would talk to this pleasant gentleman whenever the opportunity presented itself. God Bless all of you!

I am so sorry to here about Billy My prayers are with you all

Dear Judy, Cindy and Leeann: We were so sorry to hear about Bill. He was a wonderful person and very proud of his family. They don't make guys like him anymore. Our thoughts and prayers are lovingly with you all.

Judy and family,my deepest condolences. I was so sorry to hear of Bills passing. Bill was a very kind and gentle man, I have alot of fond memories of Bill at the Milo Fire Dept. May you Rest In Peace my friend.

We are so sorry to hear about Bill. I will miss his hugs. Love and prayers for you Judy and the family

Sorry to hear of Bill's passing. I worked with him at the Millinocket mill for a number of years. He was a real nice man, a gentleman. A RED SOX fan too, and we went to Fenway one time, and he got to see YAZ hit one out. He always told me that made his day.

Cindy Cowing
POSTCARDS TO HEAVEN: Dear Dad, your 2 daughters were FB messaging tonight and discussing a few of your comic traits. We concluded that you were a bit like Archie Bunker when you pronounced certain words. We recall 'Gerbil' was known as 'Grrrbil' , a Gelding was known as a Jelding, and those funny Hyundai cars were known as 'high undies'. And also dad, if you look back at tonights posts (I think you can do that now) you will see it in writing that my sister actually DID...

Bill was such a nice man. He was proud of his family and always talked about them. I had a lot of nice conversations with him.


William's Obituary

William London passed away in Milo, Maine. The obituary was featured in BDN Maine on August 23, 2013.