McLean, William Dawson

McLean, William Dawson

December 2nd, 2018

Peacefully on Sunday, December 2, 2018, at University Hospital, William Dawson McLean of London in his 78th year. Beloved husband of the late Barbara McLean. Cherished father of Stewart McLean and his wife Tiffany. Proud Granddad to Lazlo and Zeke. Missed by extended family, and a very close group of friends from here in London and abroad. A celebration of life will be conducted at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Saturday, December 8, 2018 at 1:00 p.m., with visitation one hour prior.  In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a donation in memory of Bill are asked to consider St. Joseph’s Hospice or the London Public Library. 

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Iain and LorettaWe are sorry for your loss. We will remember Bill in so many ways - his quirky sense of humour, his love of rugby, his challenging quizzes, and his respect for the great Scottish poets, William McGonagall and Rabbie Burns. Slainte mhath
Mary IngramBilly, a kind and gentle man . I will miss the Morning emails with the latest news in the Daily Record . His tips on the best authors of crime Novels and I will forever remember the wonderful Time we had during his holiday in Melbourne Australia. Bye for now my dear friend .
Jackie and Angie McCabeMy deepest sympathy to Stuart and family on the loss of my cousin Billy (Bill) who was my only cousin on my mother's side.We had many good times together particularly with holidays in Bournemouth and Isle of Man (where Billy and I ran for our lives) when two Zulu dancers jumped of the stage and started to dance in front of us. Stuart condolences from all the McCabe family.We have you in our thoughts We have donate to St Margarets Hospice in Clydebank in Billy's name
Gerry McCabeThey say the world is a small place but sometimes it’s just too big to be there for family at times like these. Very fond memories of my time spent with Uncle Billy, talking about the Jags (not an easy conversation at times) him teaching me about Burns poetry and our chats over a beer or three on the garden deck. Will be dearly missed by all the Scottish clan back in Glasgow. Rest in peace. Gerry
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