Born September 19, 1938 Left us January 5, 2021
Bill was predeceased by his parents Paul and Jenny Masyk, his brother Joe and his brother-in-law Dave. Survived by his sister Helen, his sister-in-law Christine and his children. The first being his oldest daughter Kim, then his daughter Sandra, who he spent his last years with. And the youngest, his son Jason who he was with until he joined Sandra. And of course, numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren.
After being a trucker the majority of his life he loved to keep busy, he enjoyed his tinkering, there was no way to get him to just sit and relax. He’d say he’d rest when he was gone, and he has earned every moment of that rest now.
The best part of Bill was his energy and spirit. And how he loved to joke. That huge smile as he teased and flirted his way through a crowd. Never a shy moment and never one to let anyone feel left out. It almost bothered him if you were quiet, he’d go out of his way to put a smile so that your face matched his.
With so many great stories and memories we’ll just share a few.
There are so many more stories and examples its hard to know where to stop. We’ll use this one as the last.
There was this squirrel that was constantly near his window, with an enormous set of nuts. Each and every time he saw him, he made the same joke about knowing who should get that pair instead of a tiny squirrel, all with that sweet shit eating grin of his.
You can almost picture him smiling at you now.
Celebration of life will be held in High Prairie at a later date to be determined.
A daughter’s biggest nightmare is losing her dad. I have lost mine. And I am in such pain that no one can feel. I MISS YOU DAD
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