Condolence: Dear Sharon & family. I'm so sorry that I can't attend Bill's service due to prior appointments. Please accept our deepest condolences at this difficult time in your lives. Smitty was a pleasure to know & work with all those years on the paper machines. He was my backtender & boss for years until his retirement. I always enjoyed his practical jokes & stories. I will never forget the time when we were on strike & I was delivering pizza's & I dropped a couple off for the boys. I didn't know but smitty wiped his mitts in the fire barrel came over & grabbed my cheeks wiping the black soot on my face. I then drove to my next delivery not knowing about the soot. The look on the woman's face when she came to the door was priceless! Just a funny story for sharing. Again please accept my deepest condolences.
Condolence: Sharon and Family, Ken and I are very saddened to hear of Bill’s sudden passing. Such a shock for everyone. He always had a warm smile and seemed genuinely glad to run into us. Heartfelt sympathies, he will be missed by many. 💕
Condolence: So saddened to hear of an old-time neighbor who passed away suddenly. I will always remember Bill growing up, always busy with the things he enjoyed doing. I've lived in the U.S. for 24 years, but each visit back home I would always see Bill in his usual form, tasking all the things that were needed, whether in his yard, or a neighbors. He was like an "Ever-Gezer" Bunny, always had a great attitude. And never hesitated to stop and tell a joke or two.
Sympathies to you and all the Family who deeply care for this amazing Man.
Condolence: Our very deepest condolences to your Family at this difficult time . Bill was always a presence at the rink with his cheers and candy. He always had wonderful stories and always was had something to say at a game ... he will be truely missed .
Condolence: Sending confronting hugs to Sharon, Sherri and all the family, from one of Mr Smith’s (Bill) adoptive family members that he always called Jenny Beans.
So many memories to mention a few drives in Vickers Heights Broadway Avenue reminds always me of Bill, the Skyline and so many offers for spaghetti. He always had time to talk share a joke and always a piece of candy.
Our deepest sympathy and love Jenn, Wayne Alexis and Shirley.