William Thomas Stacey

3 novembre 194118 décembre 2020

STACEY, William T. It is with deep sadness to share that Bill Stacey passed away suddenly at Lakeridge Health Oshawa on December 18th, 2020 at the age of 79. Beloved husband to Sylvia for 54 years. Loving father and best friend to Wayne and Craig (Susan). Proud Papa to Claire, Carleigh, Olivia, Naiia and Michael. As per Bill’s wishes there will not be a funeral service but the family will hold a celebration for Bill in the future. Arrangements entrusted to OSHAWA FUNERAL HOME, 847 King Street West (905-721-1234).


William Thomas Stacey


Marilyn Loder

30 décembre , 2020

My sincere condolences to Sylvia and family. Sylvia, sorry to hear of Bill's passing. I hope all your cherished memories will help you through this difficult time. Hugs

Connie Cameron

28 décembre , 2020

My deepest condolences Sylvia to you and your family.

Mary Flintoff

26 décembre , 2020

Sylvia it is at times like this words can not express how truly sorry I am to hear about Bill passing. Sending my sincerest condolences to the entire family.

Sabrina Jules

26 décembre , 2020

May fond memories of you and Bill bring you comfort during this hard time in your life. My heart and prayers go out to you and your family. Sending hugs and my condolences to you and your family.

Anne McGowan

26 décembre , 2020

My deepest condolences to Sylvia and her family on the occasion of Bill's passing. He was much loved by friends and family and will be greatly missed. Your memories of your times together will be a comfort to you in the months and years ahead. From Anne McGowan

Neal Stacey

25 décembre , 2020

While we don't stay in touch as much as we should it is times like this that make us remember all the joy someone has brought into our lives. Uncle Bill was awesome and was always quick with a joke and a smile. My Deepest condolences to Aunt Sylvia, Wayne and Craig and the rest of the rest of the family. The year 2020 was a crappy one and hearing that uncle Bill has passed was the gut punch to top it off. I am sad that we can't all be together now to pay him our respects but I hope that in 2021 we are all able to get together and raise a glass to a wonderful man and a great uncle.

Joy Thorne

22 décembre , 2020

Len and I met bill and Sylvia in the apartment building on Kennedy road 1969. We became fast friends and our kids also became great friends. We spent a lot of time together camping, at the horse races and we vacationed together. Our families enjoyed our time together. Bill was an easy going guy. Later Sylvia and I would go away for a couple of days and Bill would watch Hunter my dog. Bill was a great guy and we will all truly miss him. Joy, Micheal, Marlene and Tony.

54 years together

21 décembre , 2020

Barb Bassano

21 décembre , 2020

This is Barb Bassano and I worked with Syliva a number of years where we became great friends. I didn’t live far from Bill and Syliva and when the weather wasn’t good Bill and Syliva would be at my door stop picking me up for over ten years and we would have some great chats. I always so appreciated that.
Although you can’t hear his voice or see his smile anymore,
Bill walks beside you still just as he did before.
He listens to your stories and he wipes away your tears.
He wraps his arms around you and he understands your fears.
It’s just he isn’t visible to see with human eye,
But talk to him in silence and his spirit will reply.
You’ll feel the love has for you,
You’ll hear him in your heart
He left his human body but your souls will never part.

Do take care Syl, call any time
Love Barb

Kim Stacey

21 décembre , 2020

My Deepest condolences to Aunt Sylvia, Craig, Wayne, Brian and all of the granddaughters and family. Uncle Bill was a good man, he was always kind and witty and up for a good laugh. The door was always open unconditionally to anyone who wanted a warm home to visit. I have fond memories of him and I am sad I cannot be there to pay him my respects. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers now and always.