251 Garafraxa Street
PO Box 328
Remembering Bill Heron
From: Becky Haggith
Dear Pam. I was sorry to learn this evening of your father’s death. It is never easy to lose a parent, no matter his age or yours. At a time like this, you want to gather with your family and friends. I’m sure not being able to do that is very difficult. Be kind to yourself.
From: Jan Jones
Losing a parent at any time is so sad, but especially at a time like this. I did not meet your dad but you spoke fondly of him while we were hiking. Hoping to see you on the trails sometime in the future.
From: Glenna Stelzer, memeber of CFUW and Thornhill United Church
I am so sorry for your loss. May your memories of happier times, help you through this difficult time.
From: Ian & the Aurora Gough's
Hey Pam & Wendy, so sad, girls. Please accept our sincere condolences for the passing of your Dad. Great Man / Great Family. Just the mention of his , as well as your Mom's name, makes me smile. Gosh , from a Covid 19 distance , I'd rather have hugged you both in person , so please be assured we're thinking of you , along with that clan of yours. Lots of Air Hugs. Stay safe and keep well. Sincerely, Ian & The Aurora Gough's
From: Doug and Pat Henry
Not a good time for your uncle to pass Tom Condolences.
From: Graham Jones
A true gentleman. My condolences to the entire clan.
From:: Jennifer Collie
My Fond Memories of Bill: I had the pleasure of meeting Bill and Marg in the late 80’s at their beautiful home and property on Oakbank in Thornhill. I was very much welcomed and made to feel at home right from that moment onwards. Bill always saw the glass not half full but full. He was always very positive, encouraging, supportive, giving and caring. His list of good qualities is very long which is why he had such a large circle of family and friends who loved and adored him. The world has truly lost a ray of sunshine. I look forward to all of us, family and friends, getting together to celebrate his life and sharing great stories about Bill and the truly incredible gentleman he was. I learned many things from Bill and definitely the one that stands out most is “not to be judgemental”. This one I am working on. Thanks, Bill. May you rest in peace. You touched my heart. Love, Jennifer
From: Dianne Charlton
My deepest condolences to Pam. What a perfect image she has chosen to commemorate his passing...the beauty of nature, and life, at all stages of existence..now and in the hereafter.