William David (Bill) L'Ecuyer

 

Naissance:
8 juin, 1948 
Décès:
20 décembre 2019

Changement

Suite à la situation entourant le Covid-19, la famille de M. William David (Bill) L'Ecuyer a décidé d'annuler les visites au salon funéraire prévues le samedi le 21 mars 2020. Merci de votre compréhension.  

Modification

Following the Covid-19 situation, the family of the late William David (Bill) L’Écuyer have cancelled the visitation at the funeral home planed on Saturday March 21, 2020. Thank you for your understanding.

 

Condoleances (7)

  • Norman & Pearl Fennell

    We wish to extend our deepest sympathies to his family.

    Wednesday, Mar 18 2020 6:08:13pm
  • George and Beverly Tannahill

    Sending our prayers and hugs to all the family on this sad day.
    So sorry for your loss.

    Saturday, Mar 21 2020 2:58:03pm
  • Mireille Montpetit

    Mes sincères condoléances à Diane et sa famille.

    Saturday, Mar 21 2020 5:40:29pm
  • Fraser & Pauline Moore

    Our deepest sympathy to all the family.

    Friday, Mar 27 2020 11:07:12pm
  • Dolene Helm

    My sincere sympathy to the family.

    Sunday, Apr 19 2020 2:42:58pm
  • Bill Caza

    Dear Diane and family,
    I know some time has passed but I want to join you in celebrating Bill’s memory.
    He was certainly a great husband, father and grandfather but he was also a friend to all who knew him. Even though the last few years were difficult, he had always lived his life on his terms with happiness, joy, humour and gratitude while always welcoming anyone who wanted to join him.
    Sometimes there are no words that can truly communicate the depth of the feelings within our soul. But we want you to know that our hearts are sad and we share your pain. Please accept our sincerest sympathies.
    Bill and Suzanne

    Monday, Apr 27 2020 11:28:05am
  • Bill Caza

    Dear Diane and family,
    I know some time has passed but I want to join you in celebrating Bill’s memory.
    He was certainly a great husband, father and grandfather but he was also a friend to all who knew him. Even though the last few years were difficult, he had always lived his life on his terms with happiness, joy, humour and gratitude while always welcoming anyone who wanted to join him.
    Sometimes there are no words that can truly communicate the depth of the feelings within our soul. But we want you to know that our hearts are sad and we share your pain. Please accept our sincerest sympathies.
    Bill and Suzanne

    Tuesday, Apr 28 2020 1:06:34pm

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