William (Will) Draper

In Memorial

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our loving father, husband, brother and friend. We will miss his music, poetry and great sense of humour. Survived by his wife Loretta, daughters Charmaine and Hollie, sons Ryan (Emily) and William, granddaughter Joan and brother Dennis. Funeral Mass to be held on Monday November 7th at 11am at St. Luke’s Catholic Church, 20285 Dewdney Trunk Rd, Maple Ridge. In lieu of flowers donations to St. Luke’s Development Fund would be appreciated.
The longer you wait to
Enjoy life
The less life you will have to
Enjoy ~WD

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  1. Dear Dennis, Loretta and Family,
    Our sincere condolences for your loss. Our hearts are with you.
    Dell and Sue (Janet’s mother and sister)

  2. We are Janet’s aunt & uncle. We met Will when Janet had a party for Dennis’ 60th b’day here in Toronto. I remember Will coming up the stairs to surprise Dennis. it was a fun time. We offer our heart felt condolences to all your family.

    Bette & Ron Buckner.

  3. My condolences to you Dennis and your brother Will’s family

  4. We were very saddened to hear of Wills passing it was so sudden I spoke with him in hospital about 2 1/2 weeks ago for the last time and I am grateful that I got to do that , I know the family had endured some trauma this past year. We share in your sorrow for this difficult time and wish your family peace and well being.

    Barry, Donna, Brenda Kazakoff

  5. Loretta my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Carol Stephenson

  6. Loretta and family,
    I was so sad to hear about Will passing.
    We met you and Will when Charmaine was a baby, and stayed in touch as we each raised our families. It may not have been often over the years, but whenever we got together, it just carried on like it was yesterday. He loved his family so much, and told me how they were doing whenever I saw him. The last time, Will showed me pictures of Joan, and I showed him pictures of my grandson, Maverick. So proud.
    Will kept going with his music, playing, singing, writing, putting his heart into it. I’d bump into him around town, and always got my hug; I appreciated that.
    Please know that I think of you often, and hope we can get together soon, Loretta.
    Love and Friendship,

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