William Grundy
In Memory of
William Albert "Bill"
1941 - 2017
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Obituary for William Albert "Bill" Grundy

William Albert "Bill"  Grundy
William “BILL” Albert Grundy 76, of Truro, “Bugs, VE1AHG”, passed away May 22, 2017, peacefully, after a heroic battle with cancer. His daughters and partner were by his side. Bill was born in Hamilton, ON. February 15, 1941. He was the son of the late Violet Mae (Brill) and William Radcliff Grundy. He is survived by his girlfriend, Norma Jean MacAloney; his two loving daughters, Dawn Holmes (Bruce) Shelburne, and Cathy Weatherby (Wade) Truro; grandchildren Carrie (Tanya), Katie, Kaysha, Brittany, Kamaya, Emma, Alex; great- grandchildren Karome, Stephen, Kai; first wife (28 years) Helen Archer (Donald); brother Clifford, sisters Isabel, Wendy, Judy. For 10 years he was a Leading Seaman, Communications Operator in the Royal Canadian Navy. The next ten years he was an Electronics Shop Teacher at the Shelburne Regional Vocational school. He retired at Colchester Regional Vocational school as an accomplished and well liked Electronics, Math, Science and Computer Teacher. Bill loved spending time with family, was a Founding Member and long -time President of the Miniature Aircraft Society and Wings Instructor, built his own home, enjoyed photography, reading and Sci-fi, and having a good political debate. A celebration of Bill’s life and visitation will be held at Colchester Community Funeral Home, 512 Willow Street, Truro on Saturday May 27th, from 2pm-4pm (visitation, informal service, reception). We would like to thank Dr. Robert Graham, Dr. Mary Keeting, special nurse Darlene Deveaux, VON, Palliative Care, Truro Hospital Nursing staff. Donations may be made to the Miniature Aircraft Society of Truro. Online condolences / donations may be made at www.colchestercommunity.com