William W. Smith

April 6, 1943October 31, 2018

William Weber Smith, 75, of Sun City, passed away on Wednesday, October 31st in Sun City, Arizona. He was born on April 6th, 1943 to the late William and Maria Weber Smith in Passic, New Jersey. William worked as a clerk for Goodwill for 40 years. He enjoyed studying religion and was a devout and gentle man.

William is survived by his sister Dianne and 7 nieces and nephews, 7 great nieces and nephews and 3 great great nieces and nephews. William was a cornerstone of our family and he was always there for all of us during all the milestones which make up our lives. We are blessed to have had our “Uncle Bill” in our lives.

Funeral services will be held at Noon on December 1st, 2018 at Green Acres Scottsdale Mortuary & Cemetery 401 N Hayden Rd Scottsdale, AZ 85257


  • Funeral Service Saturday, December 1, 2018

William W. Smith

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Robert Paiano

November 8, 2018

Uncle Bill -- you have been a fixture of our lives and for that we are grateful. You provided a great example of being thankful for what you had, being diligent in your endevours and someone who simply lived in the moment -- leasons we should all embrace. The memories are many, all very happy and only wish we could have enjoyed more time with you. God bless you 'Unc' as you have blessed us over the years. Love, Rob

Bill Paiano

November 8, 2018

Uncle Bill, you have been a part of my life since the day of I was borne. I feel blessed having you as my uncle and honored that you were my god father. Something I know you were proud of as you reminded me any chance you could LOL. That and the fact we both shared the same name as your father double LOL! Another thing you were extremely proud of.
You'll be missed "Unc" but I know you are in good company, back reunited with your parents who loved you dearly, my dad (your brother-in-law) who always had a spot in his heart for you and all the pets we had over the years that you were so kind to. Love you Uncle Bill, thanks for being you. Your nephew Bill