William "Billy" John Shaw

2 septembre 194111 novembre 2020

(Retired Employee of the TTC.)

Passed away peacefully with family by his side at Lakeridge Health Bowmanville, on Wednesday November 11th, 2020 at the age of 79 years. Dearly beloved husband of Anne Shaw. Loving father of Colin (Lisa), Deborah and Nicole Bryant (Jake). Cherished grandfather of Finley, Declan and Nora. Will be sadly missed by family and friends alike at home and abroad. Arrangements entrusted to OSHAWA FUNERAL HOME, 847 King Street West (905-721-1234). In lieu of flowers, donations to Operation Smile Canada https://secure.operationsmile.ca/site/Donation2;jsessionid=00000000.app261a?df_id=2925&mfc_pref=T&2925.donation=form1&NONCE_TOKEN=F85CDBE51F44999CBB660E19B0007A75 would be greatly appreciated.

Please join us in celebrating William’s life by joining us via livestream of the service at www.funeraweb.tv, search Williams's name, the webcast is scheduled on Monday, November 23rd at 1:30 p.m.

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William "Billy" John Shaw

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Patricia Kyle

novembre 23, 2020

We have many great memories of Billy, under that sometimes grumpy exterior was a kind heart and the willingness to help no questions asked. We enjoyed many Birthday, Christmas and Anniversary celebrations with the family and Billy was always happiest surrounded by his family and friends.
Those memories will be shared over the next while, some will bring a laugh and some a tear, but they will all be good memories.

Our love to all the family.

jim turner

novembre 23, 2020

I remember commuting together to Birchmount from Whitby and talking about Ireland and Teresa making you soda bread.We did run 1 and 2 Warden on Sunday mornings.Rest in Peace my friend,you will be missed.

Dawn Akitt

novembre 23, 2020

Billy you will be missed you always loved my cup of tea I made you. You were a wonderful friend RIP Billy.

Nicole Bryant

novembre 23, 2020

Thank you for being you Dad.
Thank you for loving your family the way you did. We all appreciate the hard decision you made to give your family a better life.
Thank you for accepting a "Yank" into the family. I know it was hard but Jake's love of Soccer won you over in the end.
Im so sorry we couldn't be there to say goodbye. It's hard to comprehend that you're not there anymore. But I know you are with Uncle Jim and you are finally at peace. Nora didn't get to meet you, but she will know you.
We miss you and will always love you.
Nicole, Jake and Nora xoxo

Glenys Abreo

novembre 23, 2020

Anne & family please accept our condolences on the death of Billy . God give you strength & courage to bear your loss. In our prayers & thoughts . He is Always in your heart . Love , Geordie Gray & Glenys Abreo

Claire Kyle

novembre 23, 2020

Dear Uncle Bill,

I will miss our Christmas memories the most, and the laughs we all shared on Christmas Eve's. When Nora is older, I will do my best to share with her fun memories we had with her mum and yourself.

I just can hear your voice in my head. And I'll be singing Feliz Navidad the proper way for you this year and all years ahead.
Thank you for always being so kind to me. I know you will be watching over Auntie Anne always.
Love Claire xo

Colin Shaw

novembre 23, 2020

It seems like it was only yesterday we where running into your waiting arms at Toronto airport April of 1972
Leaving family and friends you embarked on a new chapter in your life with a new and young family of your own. Working tirelessly at multiple jobs to give us a good life and always being there when needed no matter what the challenge
Thank you Dad for all the fond and grateful memories, knowledge , wisdom and compassion which have gladly been passed on to Finley and Declan who admire you so much
I will never forget the joy on your face when Lisa and I told you that your going to be a Granda , you where on the moon
Thanks for all you've given
Proud of you
We all miss you terribly
Thinking of you always
Love you
Your Son Colin

Carole&danny Frew

novembre 23, 2020

Dear billy
Yes I am saying dear .we always add fun bantering with each other over silly things.I always knew the dinner to make when you came over Roast beef was always your favourite at our house .yesterday I was thinking of you as I was making sausage rolls how you loved them with HP sauce of course.whenever we did get together you were my smoking buddy oh how you did enjoy your smokes and your football.. Till we meet again danny and carolexo

Ron and Ann Shaw

novembre 22, 2020

So so sorry we can not be there, but we will be in spirit.
We will miss you so much you old Nimn No.

Anne Shaw

novembre 22, 2020

Billy you were my love for 55 years, my how they have flown. In that time we had 3 children of which we are so proud, 2grandsons that anyone would be proud of, and then comes a granddaughter Nora, you always wanted a little girl, but she will get to know you second hand. You will be greatly missed by everyone, but especially by me. I know we didn’t get to spend our golden years as we wanted, but we were together. This is the hardest goodbye I’ve ever had to say. Til we meet again all my love.