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WILLIAM (BILL) HERBERT TAYLOR
Date of Passing: Apr 24, 2014Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
WILLIAM (BILL) HERBERT TAYLOR On Thursday, April 24, 2014, Bill passed away at the age of 73. He is survived by his wife Marilyn, daughter Angie, son-in-law Ryan Butterwick, granddaughters Taylor and Hope; sister Laurel, brother-in-law Keith Garvie, brother Ken, sister-in-law Kris, brother-in-law Marvin Findlay as well as many nephews and nieces. Bill was born and raised in Winnipeg, MB. He spent time in the US Marine Corps from 1962-1965, based at El Toro. Upon his return he joined the Winnipeg Fire Department, proudly serving the City from 1965-1978 and then worked in Fire Prevention for the rest of his career. He will be greatly missed by family and friends. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations to The Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated. A memorial service will be held on Tuesday, May 6 at 1:00 p.m. at Faith Lutheran Church, 1311 Dakota St.
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on May 03, 2014
Condolences & Memories (7 entries)
"Herbert" was on the crew of the first station that I was assigned to. He was hero of mine as a young fire fighter. He was usually the guy who found the people in the house and got them out. Man saved lives. - Posted by: Scott Miner (Collegue) on: Jun 08, 2014
I am Judy Anscomb's 2nd son and I remember meeting Bill Taylor (and family) for the first time when my family moved back to Winnipeg in August of 1978. He was always a tremendous support to our family and I will never forget him. My deepest condolences to his family and friends alike. - Posted by: Corey Mugford (Family Friend) on: May 06, 2014
There are no words to describe the heartbreak one feels at the loss of a lifelong friend. We were friends as teenagers, spending time in Osborne Village long before it became trendy. Hours at the Margaret Rose Tea Room, and frequent trips to Juniors on Main street. Bill was a true friend, one who never judged and was always supportive. The past few months of Bill's life we shared many stories of his life in Winnipeg and California and how he was battling his Cancer. He did not want to give up. I'm sorry I didn't get there to say a face to face goodbye to Bill as I promised I would but I promise I will be there for Marilyn. My condolences to Marilyn, Laurel, Ken and all family members of Bill's friends. It is not often that a friend remains a friend for more than 55 years and I have been truly blessed with that friendship. I will miss you Bill. Your friend forever. Until we meet again. - Posted by: Judy Anscomb (Friend) on: May 05, 2014
Our Deepest Sympathy to Marilyn and her family. Please find strength in knowing your friends and family share in your loss. We have strong fond memories of Bill and all the fun we had sharing your friendships. At this sad difficult time please feel our love and support. Take care. Love Dale and Lorraine - Posted by: Dale and Lorraine MacDonald (Friends) on: May 04, 2014
I remember Bill and his sister Laurel from the Osborne Village area before it was "trendy", and from Churchill High School. Thought of them when we were putting together a private dinner for a few students back in 2005, but had no way to get in touch. My condolences on your loss. - Posted by: Linda Strange (nee Kerr) (fellow student) on: May 04, 2014
Sorry to hear of Bill's Passing, Marilyn. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. Gail - Posted by: Gail Kotowich (worked at MTS/knew Marilyn thru' union) on: May 03, 2014
I met Marilyn and Bill in 1988. They remained good friends. They loved their grandchildren very much and were always hospitable and kind. Bill was a very hard working provider for his family and chose to serve in the U. S. Marines as a Canadian. I think that shows excellent character. - Posted by: Shelley Mitchell (friend) on: May 03, 2014
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