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BILLY DUBERY

Born: Sep 10, 1949

Date of Passing: Aug 07, 2012

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BILLY DUBERY It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our Partner, Father, Grandfather, Brother and friend William Fredrick Dubery, aged 62 years, of Thompson. He passed peacefully with loved ones by his side at the Thompson General Hospital on August 7, 2012. William (Billy) was predeceased by his parents Fredrick William Dubery and Florence Isobol Dubery. Left to cherish his memory is his common-law spouse Jeanette Rose Sayies, son Jason William Dubery, sisters Sharon Hawkes and Patricia Dubery, grandchildren Clover, Billy and Lily, plus many nieces, nephews and close friends. Billy was born on September 10, 1949 in Sudbury Ontario. At the age of nine Billy, along with his family, moved to the booming mining town of Thompson, Manitoba. Billy made his career for 42 years at INCO in Thompson where he ended as an electrical planner. Throughout his years he was an avid traveler. He went on many trips around North America, experiencing a variety of culture and soaking up knowledge from different places. Billy enjoyed spending time with his many friends getting totally smashed and watching the financial markets on CNN. He enjoyed spending the summer months doing work around his yard and gardening. Billy had enormous impact on many people who had the opportunity to know him. A viewing and celebration of Billy's life will be held on Monday, August 13 at 1:00 p.m. in the Royal Canadian Legion. In lieu of flowers, if friends so desire, donations may be made to the charity of their choice. Boardman / Northland Funeral Home in care of arrangements. Phone 204-778-7982 Thompson, gym@mts.net

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Aug 10, 2012

Condolences & Memories (15 entries)

  • I was introduced to Bill through Jeanette. Bill was a great conversationalist. I miss our daily debates Bill. Till we meet again, my friend. - Posted by: Janet Lucas (Friend) on: Apr 17, 2014

  • I was introduced to Bill through Jeanette. Bill was a great conversationalist. I miss our daily debates Bill. Till we meet again, my friend. - Posted by: Janet Lucas (Friend) on: Apr 17, 2014

  • I will miss Bill very much. He was a person who left his footprints on my heart forever. A day doesn't go by that I don't think of him. I always told Bill from the first time we met he was a very special person to me. I will always love you my dear honey poo. I will always remember all those special moments we had together before God took you away from me. You always had a heart of gold my love, may you rest in peace up in heaven. - Posted by: jeanette sayies (common law spouse) on: Aug 26, 2012

  • Too soon they leave And so we grieve As they walk out life’s door The memories last Of our distant pasts When time seemed endless (and more) Yes Bill my friend You did not end For you are clear as day Your warming smile Lights up the sky As you now lead us on our way - Posted by: Justa Buddy () on: Aug 14, 2012

  • Sorry to hear of Bill's passing. I knew him as a neighbour in Cypress Crescent and through school from 1959. - Posted by: peter watson (school friend ) on: Aug 13, 2012

  • I met Billy when he first came to Thompson in 1959. I became friends with his sister Pat during that time. Billy was a funny, pesky little brother and made me think of the Alfred E Newman in MAD...I spoke with him a couple of months ago while updating the high school alumni. He was so upbeat and friendly. My condolences to Pat at this sad time. - Posted by: Betty Blair Snuggs (friend) on: Aug 12, 2012

  • So sad to hear of Billy's passing - I knew the entire family, and was a friend of Sharon's in highschool in Thompson,(at Juniper Schjool) as well as Pat and Billy. My husband Blake worked with Billy's Dad Fred. Condolences to his family. Billy was always smiling. with a twinkle in his eyes - Posted by: Martha Maxfield (Harley) (Friend of family) on: Aug 12, 2012

  • Saddened to learn of Billy's death. Remember his youthful look and smile. It's been years since he's been to Sudbury and I regret our not being in touch over the years. I hope he will be laid to rest with thoughtful caring and kindness. - Posted by: Carole Jones (nee Dubery) (Cousin) on: Aug 12, 2012

  • Bill was always a funny guy, and liked to fool around. His warm sense of humour and his happy-go-lucky attitude, let alone his skills, or lack thereof sometimes, on the basketball court...always made for a fun time. I wish peace for all his family and healing for their hearts...May his spirit live on and his family be blessed for having him in their lives...Rest in Peace. Bill.. - Posted by: Reta Derkson (former school classmate) on: Aug 11, 2012

  • Bill - you were to young to go - we will miss you. You are fondly remembered. - Posted by: Sandra Duncan (old friend) on: Aug 11, 2012

  • Billy was a good guy that will be remembered for his intelligence and compassion. He was a Thompson pioneer and has left a lot of freinds behind. So long there Billy boy. - Posted by: Bill Reid (freind) on: Aug 11, 2012

  • Bill was a wonderful friend and neighbor . We will miss him, - Posted by: Ron Buchanan (Neighnoif) on: Aug 10, 2012

  • Billy and I went to High School together, class of 67, became good friends and even shared an apartment together on Cree Road in the early 70's. He was a great friend who would do anything for a friend. Spent time with him at his place in Thompson during the 40th THS Reunion in 2002. - Posted by: Fred Allen (Good friend) on: Aug 10, 2012

  • It is with deep saddest I write these words for our friend "Billy". I first met Bill in grade five or six at Juniper School, Thompson, Manitoba. I still have a cherished memory of Bill playing the staring role of the Littlest Angel in our grade six Christmas concert. Bill now resides with the angels. He will be sadly missed by everyone who knew him. - Posted by: Patricia Brennan née Cormier (School friend ) on: Aug 10, 2012

  • I am saddened to hear of Bill's passing. I knew him in Thompson's early days and went through school knowing him. From the picture shown, he looks so much like he did as a youngster. My thoughts and prayers are with his family - Posted by: Alexa (Hnatuk) LeStrat (school friend) on: Aug 10, 2012

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