Obituary of William "Bill" Charles Bailey
William Charles (Bill) BAILEY Feb.17 1939 - Oct. 13 2022 It is with great sadness that the family of Bill Bailey announces his sudden passing on Thursday Oct 13 at Victoria Hospital, Westminster Campus while being lovingly comforted by his Wife and Sister. Bill is survived by his dear devoted wife Joanne (nee Breckon) in their 61st year of marriage. He will be forever missed by their Children, Craig (Alicia) of Sault Ste. Marie, Glen of Stratford and Sharon (Michael) of Toronto. Bill was especially proud of his only Grandson Mason Bailey of London. Bill was the much loved, only son of Ken and Marguerite Bailey of London (deceased). He was respected and admired by his Father and Mother in Law, Charles and Jean Breckon of London (deceased). He is survived by his only Dear Sister Barbara in London and his Niece Laura Dol (Marty) of Mapleton. Born and raised in London Ontario, Bill started his working career at the CN Carshops and then was employed by Nortel until he retired. Bill was quiet and steady and had a great sense of humour. He belonged to the Royal Canadian Legion in Dorchester and in London. Bill was also a member of the Men's London and District Dart League for over 50 years. Bill enjoyed fishing, slowpitch, bowling, golf and supporting the Toronto Blue Jays. Bill had chosen cremation and a private burial service will be held at a later date. "As you have gone before me, walk slowly down the ways of death, well-worn and wide.I want to overtake you quickly and seek journey's ending by your side.Walk slowly and look back from whence you came and pause to hear if someone calls your name." Author, Adelaide Love. Arrangements entrusted to Evans Funeral Home, 519-451-9350. Online condolences can be expressed at www.evansfh.ca Services:
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