Here’s the place for you to leave a message for Billy and Liam. Add a comment below, or email us your memories/photos and we’ll post them ASAP!
Billy, you were my good pal, and I sure miss you. I hope you’ve found your “Happy Place,” and they’re letting you drive any car on the lot!
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Billy always called me, “Meggy.” He protected me like a brother, loved me like family, and made me laugh the ways life-long friends do. Memories of him still make me laugh today, which is how I know my life with him isn’t over. Billy lives within me now and forever.
Love to all the ones keeping Billy alive,
My favorite memory of Billy was from us in high school. I had an old red jeep with no doors or top on it that didn’t need a key to start. Everyday I would come out to lunch and Billy would have moved it to a
new lot or across the street and hid it from me the lunch period before.
I’ll miss you a lot and never forget you old friend.
Whenever Billy walked into the dealership, he always had a smile on his face. I will never forget our talks whenever he came to visit. It is so sad that a person this young had to pass but I hope he is at peace now. He will be in my heart forever, as will the rest of his family.
It was impossible to not smile when Billy was walking toward you, I’ll never forget that. I enjoyed my times with him although they were regrettably too few. We will miss you, brother.
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Friday, Dec. 26, 2014
Around the Corner
18616 Detroit Ave.