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February 21, 2020

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February 4, 2020
Well done Patsy.
Thanks for sending Carl.

From one Bill to another.
May you rest in peace.

Bill Lemorande
February 1, 2020
February 1, 2020
MEMORIES: William Shawn Lally and I met in 1950, 4th grade. Over the many years, we remain close friends. Bill serve as an altar boy at my mother's funeral in May, 1955 at our beloved childhood church, St. Patrick. In January 2001, Bill beautifully read the Epistle at the funeral Mass for my father. Bill always laughingly recalled about the time in 1964, when he phoned to come to visit me, I quickly responded: Bill, my water just broke, we're leaving for the hospital to have a baby. Bill thought I was kidding, but later said that was the best excuse anyone ever had, who didn't want to see him. One time Larry Plettner, Bill and I drove to Detroit to visit Bill's dear friend, Fr. Brian Prunty. Brian showed us the bullet holes in his rectory from the 1967 Detroit Riots. The last time I saw Bill was when I came from Dallas to Chicago to visit him in the hospital, a year ago. However, we had interesting phone calls after that...and I saved all the very many voicemails he left :-) Bill was a brilliant, handsome, complicated man, who was never boring, although sometimes lovingly frustrating. One of my favorite stories concerning Bill was that at Saint Pat's, Bill got into a debate with a nun, who, with great exasperation, told Bill that he had to write a 300 word essay, on the meaning of the word BUT. I still recall Bill reading it to me, as we sat on the front porch, of his Oakland Ave. boyhood home .......THE ESSAY WAS ALL IN RHYME !!!
Rest in Peace and God's loving arms, dearest Bill. Patricia (Patsy) Poby Plettner


Patricia Plettner
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February 1, 2020
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