William “Bill” Morrison

January 22, 1953 - April 9, 2021
April 14, 2021 4 Condolences Print Obituary

It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of William “Bill” Morrison on April 9, 2021 at the age of 68. He was surrounded by the love of his family. Bill leaves to grieve his passing and honour his memory; wife Mary, sons Scott (Jill), Kevin (Jennifer), grandchildren Kaylee, Lucas, and Alyssa, sister Mary, along with numerous extended family. He was predeceased by his daughter Keltie, and parents Joyce and “Moe” Morrison.

Born and raised in a loving family in Edmonton, Bill attained success in his passion to become an automotive mechanic. His strong work ethic and leadership proved successful and Bill was promoted to service manager, where he further positively influenced the lives of many. He loved his work, but he was a home body; he enjoyed simple things, puttering around the house, tinkering in the garage, spending time with family, camping and family vacations. He was always willing to take on any project and lend a helping hand.

He was not one to complain and always made the most of his circumstances, defying limitations to acquire independence. He will be remembered for his strength, courage, and positive attitude.

Bill will be honoured in a private service. If desired, donations can be made to the Brain Care Centre.

  1. Our deepest sympathy to you, Mary, and your sons.
    Pat and I were so sad to read about Bill, and shocked to hear about Keltie’s passing too.
    It has been years, but I still think of you and our coffee gatherings and talks.
    Please know that I will pray for peace for Bill and Keltie, reunited again.
    I would love to hear from you, and understand that you are grieving and will need time.
    Take care.

  2. Very sorry to hear of Bills passing. I worked with Bill for a long time and had a great respect for him. Judy and my heart go out to his family.

  3. Mary,Kevin, I’m very sorry for your loss.He will be sadly missed by all of you. Kathy and Dav

  4. Bill was a very large influence on me as a young apprentice. I respected him more than words can say. He had no problems kicking my ass when I needed it. Thanks Bill.

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