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William (Billy) Miranda

April 6, 1955 - November 12, 2021

U.S. Veteran

Posted by:
Cassandra Alexandria Romero

Posted on:
November 26, 2021

My Uncle Billy tears roll down just from writing that. The best Uncle I will ever have in my Life. I miss your laugh and I miss your words of wisdom. I wish you could of recieved my happy thanksgiving wishes. Talking to each other about how our day was going and what we qould be eating. Ha! Unce Billy you weren't just someone in my lofe you were someone I looked up to. You were the only real Man in my life while I grew.. Spending time with you for weeks at grandma's when you would come for a long visit. We spent so much time together that I never realized how much we shared. Im going to miss our conversations about our geeky need shows and comics . I'll never got you in your Indian Jones replica type hat. I would still it from your head or off the table. I'd run off with it as you chased after me ,tickling me to the ground.. Tho I would manage to tickle you back, you would shout out with such a deep laugh it could of been a big bear laughing. I wished you could of gotten to know Zowie more the way I got to know you. I told her you lived in Washington State. We wanted to come see you out there when it was possible and surprise you but you beat us to a surprise. I'm goin to miss talking to you randomly Uncle Billy. Your a Knight in Shinning arm with a flare!! I love you so Much xoxoxox ttyl

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
November 23, 2021

Thank you for your service! May your soul Rest In Peace

Posted by:
Miranda Barrett

Posted on:
November 23, 2021

Thank you for always being so good to my mom, and for listening to her when no one else would. You were a great big brother to her and a great uncle to me. Love you always and forever. <3

Posted by:
Al Lamela

Posted on:
November 23, 2021

I never met Billy but I have heard so many nice things about him. I wish that I had the opportunity to meet him. My sympathies to his family and friends.

Posted by:
robert pristash

Posted on:
November 22, 2021

Always interesting to talk to Billy as he had a really good base of knowledge in subjects he was interested in. Recently we would send pictures and texts on an 1989 Chevy that sat for 10 years without running. He helped me with the old systems on that truck and recalled times he had worked on vehicles with his father. Then of course there was our common interest in firearms. When possible trips to NY included a stop in Seattle to do some shooting. I regret not doing this more. I tried to get him to visit , but he couldn’t feel comfortable leaving his possessions unsecured. With all his troubles he had a good attitude when I met him and had an almost comical assessment of his living situation. I will miss him.

Posted by:
Barbara Miranda

Posted on:
November 21, 2021

Billy I will miss you so very much. You never acknowledged what a great brother and friend you were. I could not have asked for better. You were always there when I needed to talk. I will always carry you in my heart. This world is so much less without you in it. I love you.

Posted by:
Debbie Ryerson

Posted on:
November 21, 2021

My dearest brother, not a day goes by that I don't think about you. I wish that we had more time for the discussions that we had. You were my inspiration in many things growing up. I will always love you! I know that God willing, we will all be together again forever.

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
November 20, 2021

I love you Billy, I can't believe that you are not with us. There is a void in my heart, you were the best brother xxoo

Posted by:
Carolyn Van Bramer

Posted on:
November 20, 2021

My sympathy to the family of Billy. He was much to young to be gone and leave his mother and three sister. May you Rest In Peace soldier. ??

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