“Bill” William George Sissons


During the early evening hours of Monday, October 5, 2015, Bill Sissons of Drayton Valley entered eternal life, following a courageous battle with cancer at his home, surrounded by his loving family. Bill is survived by his wife, Jan; his daughter, Sandy (Ryan) Woloszyn and their daughter Reece of Drayton Valley; two sons, Sean (Dyanne) Sissons and her daughters Sam and Juliana of St. Catherines, Ontario and Chris (Kathy) Sissons and his daughters Jayme and Kristena of Fort Erie, Ontario. He is also survived by two sisters, Betty (Juris) Ligers of Orillia, Ontario and Pat Manzer (Chuck) of St. Catherines, Ontario, several nieces and nephews and his mother-in-law Natalie Bootsma of Barrhead. Bill’s memory will also continue to live on in the hearts of his extended family, past co-workers and many life-long friends. He was predeceased by their son Billy Joe at his birth, May 28, 1981 and his parents William George Sr. and Hazel Sissons. Funeral Services will be held on Friday, October 16, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. at the Emmaus Lutheran Church, 4604 50 Avenue, Drayton Valley, Alberta conducted by The Reverend Steven Brummet. Interment will follow at a later date. The Sissons family would like to especially thank the Home Care Nurses for their compassionate care of Bill during his illness, as well as the Nurses and Staff at Drayton Valley Hospital. In honour of Bill, memorial contributions may be directed to the Stollery Children`s Hospital Foundation, 1502 College Plaza, 8215 – 112 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2C8.

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Sandy W

How can you ever describe the Love between a Father and Daughter? Going through your music I came across a “newer” song – “My Fathers Daughter”. I listened to it and cried because that is exactly how you are to me. You never needed to be anything more because you are everything. I have never known a greater man. I can never thank you enough for the life you have given me. You always put your Family first. The strength, the fight, and the courage you had during your battle made me so proud, as With everything you did. You will be Loved and missed always my Dear Friend, My Dad. Words will never be enough. Until we meet again. Be at peace without pain or suffering.

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