My condolences to the family .he was a great neighborhood friend
Karen, know you are in our hearts and prayers. Bill was always been so kind and would deliver us those wonderful chocolate cookies. I’m sure he will be sorely missed. I will miss seeing him pass by our office on the corner. Prayers for healing. Our warmest regards, Bill and Judy Cochran.
Bill and Family,
I would like to give you my sincere condolences. I will send prayers for your mother and families during this difficult time.
Dear Karen and your family,
I am so saddened to learn this news of Bill's passing. I was looking forward to seeing Bill as we plan for the potential upcoming 65th reunion of the Class of 1956, and was hoping to see the both of you there in August. When I think of Bill, I think of someone who is congenial, easy to be with, and a loyal Titusville HS classmate. Bill will be greatly missed.
Currently, I am in Westlake, Ohio, returning tomorrow. I hope that I can express my condolences in person.
Sharing in your sorrow,
I am very sorry to learn of the death of Bill. He was our mailman on Route 1 for many years and was a fine Christian man.
You are in my thoughts and prayers. Sincere sympathy, Jim Murphy
Karen and family, So sorry to read of Bill's passing. Was always happy seeing you two together, out and about. May the Lord Jesus comfort you in your grieving for your soulmate. Nick Duliakas
Karen and Family,
Sending my condolences to you. Bill was a fun person and DID make the BEST cookies. I was always pleased when he attended the Altar/Rosary picnics at my house. Also, enjoyed being an usher on his team. We had good conversations, as well, at the VFW while signing up. In fact, that was last I spoke to him -- he was going to start treatments shortly after the visit. God has gained a real trooper! Blessings be with you and praying in the days ahead for all of you.
You could always count on Uncle Bill to have a quick wit, no matter what the subject. I enjoyed spending time at your home, and will always cherish the Christmas Eve dinners we had together. Even Dan remembers those times. Karen, you and the kids are in my prayers. I loved you then and love you now. May you find peace in each other and in the Arms of God. Lynda and Dan.
Our hearts are heavy with the loss of your loved one, Bill. He always had a smile on his face and knew how to brighten up the room. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. God Bless, Jen and Walt Pilewski