William I miss your smiling face and easy style. Your cheerfulness always brought a smile to everyone's face and I shall miss teasing you about wearing your red shirt. No-one ever knew of your suffering or pain. I am so sorry I was not aware of your passing before now but I salute you as a friend and an inspiration.
Bill, you were an inspiration to all. Regardless of how sick you were (more days than not), you fronted up to work, put on your happy face and made everyone feel great just for being in your presence. Your courage never ceased to amaze me. I'll miss your beaming smile and warm heart, and your infectious humour. All my love to you and Stanley, Killey and all the Lees and their loyal staff. Ian Elliot
On behalf of the Point Family, Pam and daughters Belinda, Jacqui and myself (Virginia and son Tim) who have known William since his early twenties, we are so very sorry to hear this sad, sad news. We were unaware of William's passing and apologise to Stanley and family for not attending his memorial service. Our thoughts are with you.
Virginia Marsden (nee Point) signed the Guest Book
Uncle Bill was a very caring individual, who was always giving and warm. Being young and away from home, Yee Sook was always generous with his kindness. The vivid memory of visiting Yee Sook and Killy in Thailand - they both gave me a red packet when I arrived safely at their home. I will always cherish and remember these kind gestures in my heart. I am utterly thankful to have known this wonderful man and will forever miss his charms and wits. May he Rest in Peace.