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William Becker

October 26, 1922 - June 5, 2017

William  Becker: October 26, 1922 - June 5, 2017

Service Date: June 25, 2017

Funeral Home Nepean - Garden Chapel

Posted by:
Bernie & Lynn Lefebvre

Posted on:
September 11, 2017

Dear Shannon and family, We just read about Bill today. Our deepest condolences on his passing. We are the ones who bought Bill and Jean's cottage near Quyon, QC. We spent many happy times with them, drinking his signature martinis and listening to his many stories. They were wonderful people! We still have the cottage and spend mostly every weekend here all year round!!!

Posted by:
Dalhouise Lodge

Posted on:
June 19, 2017

Dear Shannon, On behalf of The Worshipful Master, Martin Rust, the officers and members of Dalhousie Lodge I extend our condolences to you and your family at this sad time. Bill was a valued member of our lodge for many years. At our regular meeting on September 19th we will observe a time of remembrance for Bill as we read out his masonic history. Initiated into Dalhousie Lodge, 5th May 1980 Passed as a Fellowcraft  2nd December 1980 Raised to the Sublime Degree of a Master Mason 3rd March 1981 and passed to The Grand Lodge Above this year on June 5th Sincerely, Evan Jameson Secretary, Dalhousie Lodge #52 rejameson@gmail.com

Posted by:
Shirley & John Westeinde

Posted on:
June 15, 2017

Hi Shannon: John and I enjoyed many Martinis with Bill over the years. Thank you for making sure the ingredients were available for him to produce them for us. He loved his music, and we loved to listen to his music. We particularly chuckled when I would visit with my uniform on. He greeted us with his air force hat on. He sure loved his family, and was particularly grateful to you for all you did to make his last years less lonely. We will miss visiting him. Kindest Regards, John & Shirley

Posted by:
Jim Durrell

Posted on:
June 12, 2017

Shannon. -we have many wonderful memories of your Dad and Mom . As you know , he was a great raconteur and we always enjoyed his stories . Under his leadership ,the OCA became well established and respected . We last visited Bill and Jean at the ir cottage /home on the Ottawa river around Shawville and spent a delightful afternoon . Please accept our condolences on his passing . Sincerely Jim and 'Sam' Durrell

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