Cochrane, William "Bill"

January 3rd, 2017

Peacefully, surrounded by his family on Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017, William “Bill” Cochrane of London and formerly of Mimico at the age of 97. Beloved husband of the late Lorraine Cochrane (2009). Loving father of William “Bill” Cochrane (Mary Lou), Craig Cochrane and Elizabeth “Liz” Cochrane. Cherished Grandpa of Jillian Cochrane-Grainger (Glenn) and great-Grandpapa of Everton and Tennyson. Cremation has taken place and a private family interment will take place at a later date. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Bill are asked to consider a charity of your choice.

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MARLENE MACLEODOh Uncle Bill I haven't seen you in years, with Liz keeping us in the loop, I'm glad that your going to be with Aunt Loraine. I can picture you two in my mind any time I past the old street where you use to live. Your children took great care of your home, last year when they had the get together, walking in brought back so many memories. I'm sure she was waiting because the love you two had was deep. I hope Aunt Loraine have an eternity together. Say Hi to Mom & Dad, Aunt Alice and uncle Norm, your sure going to have a party. Love Marlene
Ron and Dorrie BrittonBill Cochrane, Family Patriarch. And that hair! That thick crown of white hair as full and lovely as his smile. There was always a hug to share and a kiss to give and a great story to tell. Bill’s life told of adventures - fuelled by his love for his prized Lorraine and their family – with 97 years of kindness and understanding shaped by hard work from the ground up, ladders climbed and summits conquered. Always the consummate gentleman, always generous with always an ear to lend; his legacy alive now in his children. Thank you Bill Cochrane for our memories of you. We will miss you. With deepest condolences to those he left behind. With our love , Ron and Dorrie
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