William Bernard Obituary, Death – William “Bill” Bernard Rose unexpectedly passed away on November 6, 2022, only a few days before he would have turned 93 years old. His death came about as a result of an unforeseen event. If he had lived, he would be 93 years old right now; had he not passed away, he would have continued to age. Because of the close relationship we have with him, it makes us feel terrible to have to tell other people about his passing. Please accept our condolences. After beginning his military career in the artillery with the 1RCHA and the 3RCHA, Bill was eventually given the opportunity to take a position in Germany.
His third and final duty assignment was in Germany. The city of St. John’s, which is located in the province of Newfoundland with the same name, is where Bill was born and raised. After handing in his resignation letter in the year 1980, he continued to work at CFB Shilo in the departments of construction and engineering up until the point at which he handed in his official resignation from his post there. Following that, he uprooted his life and relocated to the city of Brandon, which is located in the province of Manitoba in the country of Canada. Before he did, two of his children, Rosemarie and Bill, as well as his faithful wife Doreen, a native of Griffith, all went away.
He was the last of his family members to pass away. He was the last member of his family to pass away before he did. It is a terrible tragedy that he was not able to be present at the funerals of any of his loved ones when they passed away. His great-grandchildren, including Hailey, Emma, Kaylie, and Jacob, will never forget him and will always appreciate him. Kyra will also remember him fondly. His great-grandchildren, as well as his granddaughter Peggy, his son-in-law Steven, and his grandsons Malcolm, William, Jennifer, and Kevin, will never forget him. Neither will his great-grandchildren. In addition to his daughter Peggy, he is survived by his son-in-law Steven.
Peggy, his daughter, was his only child. Peggy, his daughter, was the only child he ever had with his wife. The burial will take place after a private service that the family has elected to organize, and they ask that their request for privacy be respected in accordance with the wishes that he had indicated before his passing. The service will not be available to the general public in any capacity.