We’ll be thinking about all of you and remembering Bill at his special gathering. We often smile about our early years and our
annual visits North to visit our cousin in Liskeard. It was that wonderful time of carefree youth and endless fun and laughter. In our
later years the meetings were less frequent . When we reconnected it was almost the same. Bill always had that mischievous
smile and special twinkle in his eye that brightened and sparked the moment.
We shall miss and cherish those moments.
Love. Nancy and Bill Lawrence
To the White family we send our deepest condolences for your loss. Mr. White was a kind man who was always full of life and had a smile on his face. He will be greatly missed by his friends and family.
Shawn and Rosa
Dear Kathy and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Bill was such a lovely person. Always so friendly and ready for a chat. He will be missed. My sincere sympathy. Daisy
Dear Kathleen, Mike, Margot, Nick and families.
Please accept our sincere condolences on the loss of Bill. I have many fond memories of living next to the Whites on Broadwood and having Dr. White as a dentist. He was a great guy and will be dearly missed by all who knew him.
Our sincere condolences to Kathy, Michael, Margot, Susan, Nick. We had the privilege of getting to know Bill through Margot and Armand and always enjoyed his stories, chats and of course sense of humour. He lived life to the fullest and he will be missed.
Dave and Debbie
Dear Kathleen and family,
We were so sorry to hear about the passing of Bill. What a wonderful guy! We had the good fortune of getting to know the Whites during the summer months at Twin with the many fun party antics that took place when the ‘golf gang’ got together. Bill always knew how to tell a great story or find humour in just about any situation. Kathleen, it meant the world to us to have you and Bill at Mom and Dad’s burial. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Our sincere condolences on the loss of a great man.
Linda and Mark
Mrs. White, Susan,Mike, Nicky & Margot; Marlene and I were saddened to hear of Bill's passing. As neighbours I was frequently at your house and remember often water skiing at the cabin. I was always made welcome.
Later I was impressed with his furniture restorations and stained glass work.
'Doc's' ready smile, good nature and story telling will be missed.
Dear Kathleen, Susan, Mike, Margot, Nick & families...we were very saddened to get the call about Bill’s passing. He was an amazing guy with a quick wit and wonderful sense of humour. I always enjoyed his little stories and his teasing. I have a few of his stained glass sun catchers which I will cherish even more now. The many fond memories of him as our neighbour growing up and later on as a friend, will forever be embedded in our hearts, much love and sincerest condolences from Carol & Darren
Mrs. White, Michael, Susan, Nick & Margo...Brenda and I are very sorry for your loss. I was privileged to be invited to share the hospitality of the White home/cottage often. Doc White was always thoughtful and generous, with a great sense of humour and a quite memory for sports stories from days gone by. A life well, and fully lived.
Dear White family I am so sorry to hear the pass Bill I always enjoyed talking with him when i saw him he Sure was
a good dentist when i use to go and see him I am thinking of you all
A life well lived! Whitey was a joy to be around, always laughing or creating the laughs. Still remember him coming to the Cubs dressing room (when Dick Cooper got sucker punched by a Rouen Citadelle player) Dr White placed Dicks front teeth in a cup with ice in it, he called Dr Brookfield in K.L.(1000 pm on a Friday night). Dick had his front teeth wired back in and he was good as new. Bill was in his element at the golf course/hockey rink/ball park/curling club. Will be missed by all his friends. My condolences to the entire White clan.I-