CHEYNE Billy L.
of Waterford, passed away December 25, 2018, at 76 years of age. Loving husband of Linda for 38 years; dear father of Christopher (Becky) Cheyne and Timothy (Holly) Cheyne; grandfather of Kylia, Gavin, Kathryn, Mitchell, Rachel and Sawyer; great grandfather of 3.
Family will receive friends Sunday from 11:30 a.m. until the time of service.
Memorial service will take place on Sunday December 30, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. at COATS FUNERAL HOME- CLARKSTON, 8909 Dixie Highway.
Memorial donations may be directed to the American Heart Association or Gift of Life.
Linda and family. I am deeply sorry about the loss of your dear husband and partner. You must be in shock. Know that you have friends that care and are thinking about you during this difficult time. Prayers and God bless you. Jeanie
Holly and Tim,
So sorry to hear of your loss..
I know your father will be missed ,but definitely be loved by yourself and your kids for years to come.
Sending prayers your way..
Mike and family
William & Gerry
A man of honor , a man of dignity. A great man, you will be missed.
Wim and Monique van Berkel
We wish you our sincere condolences with the loss of our friend Bill.
We will miss him greatly .
He was part of our Las Vegas FAMILY.
And a great man.
Monique and Wim
Bill was always the straight man to my jokes. I will surely miss you my friend. Our love and condolences to your family.
I am so sorry Linda, I wish I was in my home state to be able to be there for you. Bill was a wonderful man and the two of you were great card partners and partners in life. I will be praying for you and hoping God wraps you in strength & healing of your heart. I send condolences & love to you and the rest of Bill & your families.
Linda and Family,
I am so sorry that you have lost your "Soul Mate " in life. I was with you at the beginning and only hope I can be there for you at this ending. A life well lived for your 38 years together.
Dianna and Dieter
I am shocked & saddened to hear that Bill passed away so suddenly. I’ll always have fond memories of the good times we had at Williams Lake.
Bill was a great man and a mentor back when I was starting out and always graciously provided sound advice and insight throughout the years. Even up to and including our last conversation. It was a pleasure to know him and work with him all these years. He made a difference in my professional life and I’m sure I’m not unique. We will miss him. I’m so sorry your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
My condolences. Working with Bill was a pleasure. Not only was he good at getting the tooling done right but he was personable & shared his personal life / hobbies. One day that stands out is the day he showed up for a business meeting in a New York Yankees shirt he had just won in Vegas and shared his trip with us.