Anger, Bill

Anger, Bill

December 27th, 2015

Unexpectedly at his residence after a short illness, on Sunday, December 27th, 2015 in his 66th year.  Loving husband of Cris Lawson.  Much loved father of Brandi Anger (Mike).  Cherished son of Ben and the late Bev Anger (2012).  Dear brother of Bob Anger (Marilyn) and Brenda Shipley (Derek).  He will be sadly missed by his stepchildren Kelly (Huw), Michael (Cathy) and Nati (Chris) and his grandchildren Emma, Luke, Alex and Leah.  Bill will also be missed by his nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.  Memorial visitation will be held on Monday, January 4, 2016 from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London.  Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Bill are asked to consider the Multi-Organ Transplant Program at LHSC.

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Linda Sibley Brandi and Mike: I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad. Please accept my heartfelt sympathy for you and the whole family.
Cindy CookeDear Anger Family My very sincere condolences for your loss. I worked with Bill for several years at London HQ and always enjoyed our chats, his laugh and very kind spirit. Sincerely Cindy
Bill & Diane Vlaad & FamilyChris, Brandi, Mike & your families Our thoughts & prayers are with you all at this most difficult time and you will hold a special place in our hearts forever. Bill & Ryan will have much to talk about together. Love to you all and may God bless.
Ray and Gail WoodfordMay we express our deep sympathy to your family. Bill was a great colleague, and he was a gifted singer and guitar player with the "Old Spice Boys".
Gene and Rebecca KENNYChris, Brandi and family, our sincere condolences for your loss. Bill was a good friend and will be missed.
Andrew KoczerzukPlease accept my sincerest condolences on Bill's passing. Bill and I spent many hours solving the woes of the world and he earned my lasting respect and admiration. The world is a sadder place for his passing but a much better place becuase he was were.
Marg KMy condolences to all of Bill's family. He was a great mentor at MOTS, and he encouraged both my husband Dave when he met Bill in the Physio room after his own transplant in June 2002. I worked at HQ as well and knew Bill there. He will indeed be missed.
Vera KennedyBrandi, Chris, Bob & Marilyn.....I was so sorry to hear of Bill's passing and I send my sincere condolences to the whole family. He was treasured at work and will be sadly missed.
Ruby and Reg KingOur condolences to Bill's family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Patti& Al SimpsonWe are very sad to hear of the passing of Bill. Bill was not only a co-worker but a friend. Our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Bill and we will always have great memories of him.
Christine JohnsonA wonderful and kind man. My sincere condolences.
David and Susan Bignell and family.Bill was a beautiful blend of courage, stubbornness, bravery and kindness. There are countless stories of how he had placed himself in harms way to protect a colleague or friend. It is hard speaking the laurels of a true hero as I know that would be the last thing Bill would want. But I will say this ....your smile, your love for your daughter, and your respect for your fellow man will be in my heart forever. You never talked the talk buddy.... you always walked the walk.
Sharon Chepil I was posted in Newmarket but I met Bill during the Vancouver Olympics in a restaurant aboard the ship we all stayed on. It was the first time I met him and I was dealing with a MAEP Issue that I wanted to discuss with him. He was so supportive and helpful and down to earth. He had so much dedication to the job he was doing and was happy to be back with the Force. And he went beyond the call of duty in helping his peers . I remember him telling me about his daughter and he was so proud of her and his eyes lit up when he talked about her. I was so impressed with his story about his transplant . That In itself was heroic. We talked for two hours and he is such an inspiration . Rest in peace Bill and thanks for a job well done.
Lynn Campbell My condolences to the Anger families. Bill was a special guy. Heaven has gained an angel in its choir
John DrydenSo sorry to hear of Bill's passing. I have many fond memories of our great discussions at work.
Paul ThorneTo the Family My sincere sympathy on the loss of your father, son and brother. I had known Bill for over 40 years first serving with him in Chilliwack BC in the earlier 1970-s. Bill was a traffic guy back then, a motorcycle cop who risked his life every day driving a suicide shift Harley Davidson police motorcycle.....when he could get and keep it running! His greatest embarrassment was having to ride with the tow truck driver while bringing his pride and job back to the shop. Back in the day, Bill was in excellent physical condition with a powerful physique. He was known to be a gentleman with a love of Corvettes and a connoisseur of the finer things in life. My second encounter with Bil was in London where we again served together. He lived every day to the fullest knowing that he was given a special gift and his goal was to pay it forward. The greatest tribute any of us could give Bill would be to sign your organ donor card and to encourage your loved ones to do it as well. Bill rest in peace.
Warren Forsythe My condolences to Bills family. I have many fond memories of working u/c with Bill and many stories of his Boston Pizza days in Kamloops Very saddened to hear of his passing
Wayne IsbesterMy sincere condolences to Cris, Brandi, Bob & Marilyn on the passing of Bill. Bill was a unique individual whom I had the pleasure of knowing and playing music with in the "Old Spice Boys" after I left the Force. He was a double organ recipient who never gave up his love of life and lived his life to the fullest. Truly a remarkable man who will be missed by all. May he rest in peace.
Mark GilliamBill was a constant advocate for doing what was right. A true friend to every member and Public Servant in the Force. My sincere condolences to all of Bill's family
Rev. Herb SummersTo Ben, Brenda, Derek and Family - my sincere sympathy on the loss of a son and brother. Was checking another obituary and saw the name "Anger" come up and was surprised to read of Bill's passing, and just wanted to let you know, I am thinking of you all at this difficult time. Herb Summers.
Rick BohusI extend my deepest condolences to Bill's family and friends. I was fortunate to have met Bill in London and to have had the opportunity to have many meaningful discussions with him. I recall his enquiries into the role of a Division Rep upon leaning of my retirement plans. He went on to be a "O" Division Rep and served the membership with his tireless efforts. Bill served as an inspiration to all who knew him. Rest in peace Bill.
Ken EnnsI would like to send my dearest condolences. I had the pleaseure of working with Bill while he was stationed in Campbell River. He always had a smile and a great sence of humour. He was a true testament of "never give up". yours, Ken Enns.
Henry & Donna ThompsonIt was sad to hear of Bill's passing. I was lucky to get to know Bill more over the last two years and will miss his presence at our Thursday Golf Group. Donna & I offer our condolences to Bill's family.
Ivan and Sheila CampbellTo the entire Anger family...that I especially have known for years...am so very saddened to hear this heartbreaking news of Bill's passing. I worked with Bill many many years ago at my very first job..that being "Super City" in London, On. when we were in high school. His fun antics in the grocery store made the job more of a social outing, for myself, Bob and Marilyn. We never knew what fun and chaos he would inspire. I have such fond memories of those days in the 70's, where we first met. Ivan and I send our love to the entire family. Thinking of you and sharing your sadness during these difficult days. May your fond memories of Bill someday ease your sorrow. God bless.
Joe and April KISPALBob and Family we were so sorry to hear of Bill's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time.
Kim & Cathy FloydWe were shocked and saddened upon learning of Bill's passing. I met Bill when he joined the SRR Program in "O" Division and our working relationship quickly evolved into a strong friendship. He worked tirelessly on behalf of the membership and was like a dog on a bone if he believed in the issue. I had the opportunity to enjoy Bill's company on many occasions, whether it was away for work or for some R&R ,ie; our motorcycle trip. Bill was a realist, a wealth of knowledge and excellent story teller. Rarely a day would pass without Bill expressing his love for his family and especially his daughter Brandi. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Ron Wood I was very saddened to hear about the passing of such a great guy Bill Anger . Even though I had not talked to or seen him for many, many years, he will be someone I will always remember from his /our times together in Campbell River . Bill and I along with many of my fellow Kinsmen started many programs that helped the community and Bill really did care about Campbell River and us / me on and off the job "RCMP". I and my wife Barb would like to pass on our deepest condolences to the Anger family !!!!! Bill will be remembered and true missed by all who he came in contract with !!!!!
Steve WalkerI was saddened to hear of Bill's passing. I had the good fortune to know Bill through our passions for labour relations in the RCMP. Bill was my working partner and roommate for nearly a month at the Vancouver Olympics. A man with a great work ethic and strong core values. He spoke warmly of his family and his stories were hilarious. Bill always had the best interest of others at the forefront and he was so aware that life was precious. Genuinely a kind, good and respectful person. Rest in peace my friend.
Bob PenneyA wonderful man and respected member of the RCMP. Rest in Peace my friend.
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