William M. Cunningham
1942 - 2021
BORN
1942
DIED
2021
William M. Cunningham
William M. Cunningham died on January 12, 2021 at the age of 78. His dear wife, Liliana Gonzalez Cunningham and parents, George and Grace Cunningham, preceded him in death. Born in Moncton, Canada in 1942 he was raised alongside younger brother Christopher Cunningham. He lived in Germany for many years before settling in the US where he met his beloved Liliana. They moved to Florida in 1984 where they raised their two daughters, Ali and Christina. Three years ago, he affectionately welcomed his first grandson, Jad. He loved writing poetry, reading voraciously, spending time with friends and taking walks in nature. He'll be remembered for his contagious energy, vast wisdom and warm heart. William is survived by his daughters Ali (Kevin), Christina (Bradley), his grandson Jad, his brother Chris (Mireya), his sister-in-law, Diana and his nieces Gillian, Jackie, Lisa, Alana and Sara. The family will be hosting a private memorial.
Published by Palm Beach Daily News from Jan. 15 to Jan. 17, 2021.
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It´s hard to believe we´re approaching a year since we lost the brilliant Bill Cunningham. Thankfully, we have so many wonderful memories with him that keep him alive in our hearts. So much love to Christina, Brad, Ali, Kevin, Jad, Diane & girls
Melanie Gillespie
January 9, 2022
One of life’s great Gentlemen . We will miss Bill dearly, and his quick wit . Rest well my man .
Francis Gillespie
Friend
January 18, 2021
When I think of Bill, I see a big smile & hear his deep, infectious belly laugh. We loved getting to see him on our trips down to Florida & the last gathering we had at the Bistro was one I’ll remember fondly. I’m so sorry for you Christina, Ali & all the family. Rest In Peace, Bill.
The Gillespie's
Friend
January 18, 2021
When I think of Bill, I see a big smile & hear his deep, infectious belly laugh. We loved getting to see him on our trips down to Florida & the last gathering we had at the Bistro was one I’ll remember fondly. I’m so sorry for you Christina, Ali & all the family. Rest In Peace, Bill.
The Gillespie’s
Friend
January 18, 2021
When I think of Bill, I see a big smile & hear his deep, infectious belly laugh. We loved getting to see him on our trips down to Florida & the last gathering we had at the Bistro was one I’ll remember fondly. I’m so sorry for you Christina, Ali & all the family. Rest In Peace, Bill.
The Gillespie’s
Friend
January 18, 2021
When I think of Bill, I see a big smile & hear his deep, infectious belly laugh. We loved getting to see him on our trips down to Florida & the last gathering we had at the Bistro was one I’ll remember fondly. I’m so sorry for you Christina, Ali & all the family. Rest In Peace, Bill.
The Gillespie’s
Friend
January 18, 2021
When I think of Bill, I see a big smile & hear his deep, infectious belly laugh. We loved getting to see him on our trips down to Florida & the last gathering we had at the Bistro was one I’ll remember fondly. I’m so sorry for you Christina, Ali & all the family. Rest In Peace, Bill.
The Gillespie’s
Family
January 18, 2021
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