William D. Bailey, Jr.

October 16, 1970 - January 25, 2019
Simpson Funeral & Cremation Services
1119 Washington Avenue
MONACA, PA 15061
Monday 1/28, 6:00 pm

William D. Bailey, Jr., 48 of Beaver, passed away at his home on Friday, January 25, 2019, following a two year battle with cancer.Born on October 16, 1970 he was the son of William D., Bailey, Sr. and the late Anna Marie (Winkle) Bailey.Bill was employed as a crane and heavy equipment operator for AliquippaContinue Reading

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Rich Dobronz left a message on June 13, 2019:
RIP Bill Bailey a great friend in highschool. You will definitely be missed. Will never forget the great times we had. 🙏🙏🙏
Martha L. Baker left a message on January 29, 2019:
Chrissy, I am so sorry for your loss to Bill. He was such a fun, entertaining, and handsome guy. Please call me at any time. My number is 724-728-7919My deepest sympathy. Love, Martha I meant to keep in contact with you when you went to your new job.
Christine Molchen-Bailey left a message on January 29, 2019:
I wish we had more time as husband and wife. The short time we had we did build a wonderful family life together. I will keep our beautiful memories in my heart, I miss you ?
Judy and Tom Sidora left a message on January 29, 2019:
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Love, Judy and Tom Sidora
Cindy Harris left a message on January 28, 2019:
Hugs and prayers Chrissy.
Planning ahead is prudent. Call us now.
Bill beaver left a message on January 28, 2019:
Bill to all the fun times we had growing up together RIP Brother
Wilma farkas left a message on January 28, 2019:
Chrissy, I am so sorry for your loss. I didn't know you remarried. Very handsome man. Prayers for you and his family
JANET DAVIS left a message on January 28, 2019:
i was one of the oldest grandaughters in the Winkle family. So when babies were born I went to stay when Aunts came home from hospital. I stayed with Anna when Billy was born. We all know him mostly by nickname JR. He was also called BBOP Baby. When music played he was bopping to the beat. He was a beautiful baby and grew to become a very handsome young man. I not only was his cousin but also worked with Bliiy for many years. When we were at GM, I cleaned the guys lunch room and took off my rings and laid them on a bench. When I was done I went back to the office not remembering I left my rings. At the end of the day Billy came into office with all my rings on his fingers and said you like my new look. I was so happy that he saw them and brought them to me. I have worked with him at Aliquippa Terminals for over 10 years. When he came to the office he would tell me about Harley. He took her to Father and Daughter dance and all her friends were saying Wow your Dad is so young and good looking! He loves Harley so much. When we talked on Thursday Jan 24th I asked how he was and how Harley was doing. H e said he had do get on here about her grades in school. He will be missed by everyone at work. He was a good guy and loved by all. Love you Billy Boy!!
Danielle Freed left a message on January 27, 2019:
I remember when I was around 17 and Bill was around 20. Bill got it into his head to cut the top off of a Nissan to covert it into our own personal dune buggy.. I think maybe Lou, me, Mark. Ricky, and Wayney all piled in. It's late at night and our stupid asses are full throttle flying across the grown fields behind our house in New Galilee. I thought we were going to hit a ditch and we'd all go flying out. Bill was good at scaring the shit out of me back then but I loved it and wouldn't want it any other way!
Danielle Freed left a message on January 27, 2019:
I remember when me and him would go out just the two of us to the bars together. Him hoping to meet a girl and me hoping to get lucky too. Well ofcourse people thought we were a couple so we used to joke that we need to get matching t-shirts that says not with him. Not with her. Lol to think, we were cock blocking each other! Lmao!
Simpson Funeral Home left a message:
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