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Dearest Glenny Mic Christine and families.
I will be there today to say goodbye to Billy and to celebrate his time here.
Sending you all lots of love.
You are a truly awesome family and all lucky to have each other.
Dear Glenise, Mick & family , our sincere condolences to you all on your sad loss.
Bill was a great work mate & will be fondly remembered . RIP Bill .Les & Julie Male
Dear Glenise, Mick, Christine and families
We share in your sadness and offer our deepest sympathy to you all. Sheryl worked with Bill back in the PWD AD days and enjoyed a wonderful friendship which grew when Steve worked on the extension to the family home many, many years ago. Since then Steve and Mick built a great relationship through working with the same government department Bill worked with back in the day. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you all, Steve and Sheryl Nostrini
Resting peacefully now, Bill will be greatly missed. Thinking of you all and wishing I could be there to give support. All our love Stacey, Michael and family
Bill, we may have lived in the same street but I only met you once through my brother Brian in the early 1970’s. It wasn’t until I moved to Shelley a decade later that I discovered one of my neighbours was your sister, and that’s when our friendship started. We were able to keep up with the Albany news as you always brought up the local papers when you visited Perth. In return, we were able to help you with the wonders of internet buying which you found astonishing. We are so glad we were able to visit you in early June. Sincere condolences to Glenise & family. I’m so sorry that we won’t be able to attend the funeral. Terry Spouse & Helen
Dear Glenise, Mick and Christine, my condolences to you all for the loss of Bill. I have known Bill all of my life and have lots of fond memories of him from when we lived across the road from you guys.
I recall I would sit out on our fence when I was very young and wait for Bill to come home from the rifle club. He would often bring me some projectiles from the mounds that I thought was the best thing ever.
Gary, Mick, Mark and myself would often play in Bills shed. I am sure he knew but never said anything!
I enjoyed time at the range with Bill. He was a wealth of knowledge and I always looked forward to seeing him.
Bill will be missed by everyone that is for sure.