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William "Bill" Frederick Heslop

Tuesday, November 21st, 1950 - Friday, July 24th, 2020
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HESLOP, William “Bill” Frederick -

Passed away peacefully at University Hospital in London, Ontario on Friday July 24, 2020 at the age of 69. Predeceased by parents Martyn and Janet Heslop. Survived by brother Wayne Heslop (Glenna), niece Kristen (Alain) and nephew Michael (Julie), as well as great-nieces and nephews; Jacob, Brianne, Cassie, Ryan, Nikki and Karlee. Bill will also be remembered by the extended Heslop family, numerous friends and past colleagues. Growing up in Burlington, Bill attended MM Robinson High School and later attended the University of Waterloo. He went on to spend 35 years in the London area where he had a successful career as an executive in the Bus Lines industry. In his downtime, he enjoyed playing baseball and golf and was an avid sports fan. Special thank you to the doctors, nurses and support staff at University Hospital in London for their kindness, compassion and the excellent care provided. As per his wishes, Private Cremation has taken place and no formal services will be held. As an expression of sympathy and in lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Bill to Epilepsy Ontario would be sincerely appreciated.

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dave beaudoin

Posted at 10:19am
hey my condolences to the heslop family l knew bill since university just a really good guy
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Sue Pendlebury (Nixon)

Posted at 08:17pm
All our condolences to Wayne and the family from the Nixon family. Such good memories over the years. I was looking over some family pictures and found one of my sister Linda and Bill dancing to the Mexican hat dance at your house (maybe around 10 - 12 years old).. Also, Bill took me to my first concert (at M.M. Robinson to see Gordon Lightfoot) while we were in high school - still love his music today. We have lost so many in the Tansley community and Bill left us at too young an age. May the many thoughts of good times past help you all in this time of loss.
Linda, Sue, Tom & Bob
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Susan Coulter

Posted at 05:53pm
Wayne, so sorry to hear about Bill. Sincere sympathy. Love and hugs, Gene & Susan Coulter ( Brethet )
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Gwen(Peer)Harrington

Posted at 07:30am
Bill and I were classmates at MMR starting in grade 9 all the way through grade 13. What a funny guy and such a dear friend. Bill made all of us laugh for 5 years, with and at each other and at ourselves. Life really was so simple for most of us back then. He played fastball against our Lowville team and always vowed that someday, they would beat us. I'm not sure that ever happened. We lost touch but I'm hoping he had the very happy and fulfilling life he deserved. With my deepest sympathy to his family and friends. And Bill, I'll see you on the other side someday.
Gwen
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