First Memorial Funeral Services & Boal Chapel and Memorial Gardens
1505 Lillooet Road, North Vancouver, BC
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27 mars , 1932 – 4 novembre , 2019
William Kyashko of Coquitlam, British Columbia passed away on Monday November 4, 2019 at the age of 87. Bill is survived by his wife Helen, son Colin, brother Peter ( Faye) and niece Patrice. Bill had a career with CBC Television from 1954 until 1992. He was very handy at making furniture for the home. Bill was a track star in his youth and a life long sports fan enjoying tennis, basketball, swimming, golf and more. He travelled often and enjoyed cruising Alaska, Hawaii, and Mexico as well some fun trips down to Las Vegas. He loved the casinos and swimming in the mornings. He had a unique sense of humor. Bill will be lovingly remembered and missed by family and friends.
A Celebration of Life for Bill will be held on Saturday, November 23, 2019 at 10:00am at Boal Chapel, 1505 Lillooet Road, North Vancouver, BC V7J2J1.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.MeM.com for the Kyashko family.
- Memorial Service samedi, 23 novembre , 2019
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novembre 21, 2019
My fondest memory of working with Bill was in the 80s and the mobile crew was covering World Cup Skiing at Whistler. We decided that we'd say "hi" to every crew member during the setup. Our plan was to start at the top of the mountain and visit every camera position on the way down, ending up at the trucks.
After about 3 or 4 camera positions, having sunk to our waists in snow a few times, we concluded it wasn't the best plan we ever made. However we persevered and, once at the bottom, vowed to save such "say hi" actions for golf tournaments.
Doug Weisbeck Diana Makovee
novembre 16, 2019
We are sad to hear about the passing of Bill. Our sympathies go out to Helen and Colin.
novembre 13, 2019
Memories of Bill go back many years to a time when I came to CBC Vancouver as a newbie script assistant. Bill was already a seasoned professional, but gratefully he had none of the bombast so prevalent in the TV business. I knew Bill as a valued, hard-working member of every TV crew he worked with. He was a man always in the moment, keeping a sharp eye on the details of every production on which he worked, a trait which made him highly regarded and well respected. But Bill was also a gentle man, kind, generous and blessed with a wonderful sense of humor that brightened many a long working day. Honored to have known him, Bill will be missed by a lifetime of dear friends and colleagues. The deepest condolences to his family.
novembre 12, 2019
Sending our love to Helen and Colin. We have many fond memories of Uncle Bill and times spent at the family home in Coquitlam. We especially remember his great sense of humour. Our deepest sympathy to you.
novembre 12, 2019
My condolences go out to you Helen and to Colin. It was always a
pleasure to work with Bill. No one had more patience than Bill, he
was such a perfectionist with making great pictures from his television cameras. It was always a challenge to beat him at his
favorite game of snooker, I was always hoping to get one more chance, not to be Bill, but you were the best! So many wonderful memories, can't believe you are gone, but you will be remembered for
being someone really special as a friend, I will miss you very much Bill.
novembre 9, 2019
So sorry to hear the sad news, such a great guy! Bill ,Helen and Colin were next door neighbors for approximately20 years in Coquitlam .Faye and I loved his suttle and gentlemanly sense of humor . Goodbye good friend! Bob