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February-19-19
Bill will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Fondly remembered by his cousins Georgeen Barrass and Sheila Daly.
February-18-19
Uncle Bill connected with so many people and will be missed. So many great memories growing up. Uncle Bill was kind, gentle, proud and had such a great quiet sense of humour. He made us all laugh and could connect with anyone at any age. He always had the time to share his knowledge, not to mention he was always there to lend a helping hand. Uncle Bill you will not be forgotten. You had a wonderful 100 years and are now reunited with our very special Auntie Dorothy.
February-16-19
So many great memories with Uncle Bill and Aunty Dorothy as I was growing up. They were always kind, caring and everyone loved being around them. I remember as a kid our family at their house and downstairs playing pool and looking at the spotless Oldsmobile that of course Uncle Bill took amazing care of being a mechanic. He certainly loved his vehicles, and if you could buy an used Uncle Bill car it was like getting a new vehicle! Also great memories of them both at the family Cabin-ins every three years, where either one of them always seemed to be in the finals of the Crib Tournament. Here's to you Uncle Bill making it to over 100 amazing years, and now meeting up with the love of your life Aunty Dorothy again.
February-16-19
He was a kind and gentle man. He and Dorothy are sadly missed already.
February-15-19
Uncle Bill was funny, gentle and kind. They had no children but he was our favourite uncle because he would always play with us and joke and tease. Aunty Ethel used to call him Clint Eastwood - he was so handsome, quiet and cool. We used to love to go and stay with Aunty Dorothy and Uncle Bill overnight and remember many Christmas dinners at their house. They would always come over to our house and take all of us kids for a ride in a new car they just bought. So many wonderful memories of the two of them, always together. I am so happy that they are together again and think of them both often.
February-15-19
I remember Bill and Dorothy coming to see us in Nebraska. I was 11 or 12. Probably came to see my grandmother (Wynn Hollingshead Hill) more.
February-15-19
Bill and Dorothy were wonderful people,Bill knew everything about the neighbourhood,his house has some history too. we lived across from Bill and Dorothy and got to talk to them often.Bill will be missed but he is now back with Dorothy and they are probably sitting on a swing admiring her flowers already. Take care you two. Our condolences to the families.
February-15-19
Many many good memories.
Our whole family will miss you Bill.
Love you to the end.
February-15-19
The Canadian Military Engineers extend to you and your family our deepest sympathies in your time of sorrow.

Brigadier-General Steve M. Irwin, CD (Retired)
Colonel Commandant of the Canadian Military Engineers

https://cmea-agmc.ca/cme-family-last-post
February-15-19
Cathy & Steve Palmer A great uncle who will be missed
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