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WILLIAM (BILLY) FRANKLIN MORAN
Date of Passing: Jul 29, 2019Offer Condolences or Memory Make a donation to CancerCare Manitoba Foundation
WILLIAM (BILLY) FRANKLIN MORAN
Left to cherish his memory is his best friend Dennis along with wife Kelly and daughter Karlie, Billy's sister Donna and family plus close friends and his Bridge and fishing buddies.
Billy last worked at TruServ Canada for 15 plus years and made strong friendships with many co-workers. After work, he enjoyed getting together with the co-workers and head to the local watering hole.
Billy had a quiet lifestyle living on his own since youth however always found time to help friends or others when asked upon.
Aside from his excellent work ethic, he enjoyed golfing, camping, fishing, hockey, UFC, WWE, movies and word searches.
Special thank you to Siloam Mission (earlier years), Victoria Hospital CancerCare Centre, HSC and St. Boniface palliative care for taking care of him in troubled times until his final day.
In memory of our friend Billy, donations may be made to CancerCare Manitoba if desired.
In accordance to his wishes, cremation has taken place and no formal service will be held. A gathering will take place at a later date to celebrate his life.
"MAY YOU REST IN PEACE MY FRIEND"
Bardal Funeral Home
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Aug 03, 2019
Condolences & Memories (6 entries)
Upon coming home from work one day I was very sorry to hear of Billy's passing. My deepest sympathies go out to his family. I will miss seeing you in our hallways Billy. Be at peace. - Posted by: Colleen (Neighbor) on: Aug 18, 2019
Oh Billy, What I say about him...he was such an amazing guy. Loved how he would mix 2 words together and would think that's have it was said. Loved hanging out with him at the "watering hole". I do truly miss you Billy, and your funny words that you used to say. World lost an crazy, funny, and awesomeness guy. Miss you bud :-) - Posted by: Ricardo Medeiros (Co-Worker) on: Aug 07, 2019
I only worked with Billy a few years, but it was more than enough to make a great impression. He was the most upbeat guy I ever worked with and could always put a smile on anyone’s face. I recall a comment I made to a manager about the poor quality of the people being hired to which he replied “we might get ten duds, but it’s worth it if we get another Billy.” - Mike H. Rest In Peace Billy. - Posted by: Derek (Co worker ) on: Aug 04, 2019
Billy will always be a funny, caring friend in my heart. Will always remember the flowers he brought me on my birthday and the laughter he always had. He was a good man and would do anything for his friends. He will be truly missed by me and by many others. RIP Billy ❤😢 - Posted by: Christine konowalchuk (co - worker and friend) on: Aug 04, 2019
Darling little Billy, whom our family loved. I hadn’t seen you since you were five years old and I got married. God be with you and your family and friends❣️ Memories of you always make me smile. - Posted by: Beverley Kolesar Ares (Former foster sister) on: Aug 03, 2019
From his hard work ethic, witty comments and humour, interesting hockey pool picks (Ducks and making up names), to his knowledge of sports and sports entertainment, as well as always there to give a helping hand, Billy will be missed. There was never a dull moment with Billy. Gonna miss you Bud! Lyle - Posted by: Lyle (Friend) on: Aug 03, 2019
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