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Frances ANN
Feb 17, 2018
Will always remember the time I put a parking ticket on Bills car and putting a hot wheels together as Bill couldn’t figure it out even with directions. There are some many funny memories especially when he use to tease my dad. Will miss you Bill.
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Donnie and Karen sawyer
Feb 17, 2018
Annette, Our sincere condolences to you and your family at this time.
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Don Sawyer Jr.
Feb 13, 2018
My heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family. I will miss his smile and humor. He will be missed.
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Wendy Barronton
Feb 13, 2018
My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Bill was a wonderful and funny man. I am gonna miss seeing his wonderful smile. He will truely be missed,In my retail working worid of 28 years Bill was one I enjoyed seeing so often. Bill had a way of making your day.
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Carol Curry
Feb 13, 2018
Just wish I had the words that would nake things better but Lord knows there are none...just,kbow you are all in my thoughts anf prayers and Tami I am always here to listen any time
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Wanda Libbey
Feb 13, 2018
My heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family. I will surely miss the presence of his smile and humor not only in the Town Office but also when I would see him out and about.
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Joan Sawyer Belcher
Feb 13, 2018
Uncle Bill you were one of my favorites. You hired me when you worked at Endicot Johnsons. I had so much fun working with you and being around you. My condolences to you, Aunt Annette and the entire family. He will be missed.
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Rebecca Enman
Feb 13, 2018
Grampy will always be remembered with my family. Roasting of marshmallows, sighting him at the casino, enjoying Christmas...Bill has a special place in my heart and I am so glad I had the chance to get to know him. Much love to Annette "Nana", Tami and her family.
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meo@maine,rr.com
Feb 13, 2018
I have many fond memories of Uncle Bill. He was always a funster but also very caring. His dry sense of humor was a trademark. From the famous whoopie cushion to the statement "did you break my deck". He was a true family man in every way. I will always remember going into Standard Shoe and have him say "these people came all the way from Caribou to buy shoes from me". I have memories too many to share but will always be in my heart. Heaven has gained a very special Angel. My sympathies to Aunt Annette, Scott, Tami and their families. God Bless your family as they process their loss but you will live on in their hearts. Love you and I will you Your neice Mary Ann
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George Doughty
Feb 13, 2018
Bill was a good friend of my dad and I had the opportunity to work with him many times at the downtown Standard Shoe . He was a great guy to work with. He always had a smile, a joke, or stories about growing up. I will always be proud to say I knew him and had the opportunity to work with such a good man. My sympathies to you and your family. He will be missed.
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Linda Penney Tracy
Feb 13, 2018
I was so sorry to read today of Bill's passing...I genuinely enjoyed seeing him at Brewer Hannaford, even when he teased me...I was one of the moms whose kids' shoes he fitted at Standard Shoe. My condolences to you, Annette, and your entire family. He will be missed.

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