Dr. William Michael (Bill) Weston
1958 - 2021
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After a 25-year long battle with brain cancer, it is with a heavy heart that we say our final goodbyes to Dr. Bill Weston. His determination to wholeheartedly fight his illness, without letting it define him, never wavered right until the end. His passing at the age of 62 brings solemn comfort in the knowledge that he no longer must suffer and that he adamantly treated each day as a blessing, making the most he could of the life he fought ever-so-hard to continue to its fullest. He is survived by his two sons, William and Trenton, sister Joan, brother-in-law Alex, their children and grandchildren, and countless friends and family. The family would like to say a special thank you to all the doctors, nurses, PSWs, support teams, and health professionals over the years who assisted Bill throughout his journey. An intimate funeral ceremony will be held in accordance with the current health regulations. As per his wishes, a memorial Celebration of Life service will be held in his honour at the Scottish Rite in Hamilton, when COVID-permissible. Friends and family are welcome to join together at that time in celebrating Bill's life and achievements and will be notified once it is safe to gather in commemoration of his extraordinary life. In lieu of flowers: donations can be made in his memory to the Brain Tumor Foundation of Canada. Please sign the online Book of Condolence at www.lgwallace.ca.

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Published in The Hamilton Spectator on Jan. 12, 2021.
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January 15, 2021
My Favorite Uncle we should of spent more time together. Those times we did get to spend will forever be cherished.
My best memory is you being the pilot of the plane taking Great grandma Joan & three neices soaring over our school and neighborhood. I cried when we had to go back down from the best ride ever.
My book of Gnomes, Bunny eggs you made, newspaper comic wrapping paper and my nick name you gave me Stretch. Thank you. Love your Best Neice ever Kimberly xo
Kimberly Cole-Hartman
January 12, 2021
William, Trenton and Deb ~ Bill has traveled a very long journey. We are thankful that he is now at peace.
All our love, Patti & Marshall
Patti OKeefe
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