William "Billy" Alphonse Ley

June 1, 1947 to April 1, 2021

Obituary

In loving memory of “Billy”

Passed peacefully with his daughter by his side at the Carbonear General Hospital at the age of 73 years old on Thursday April 1st, 2021.

Billy was born in Sydney, Nova Scotia, and moved to Toronto where he worked and raised a family with his wife Margaret Ley.  After retiring he moved back to the Rock (Newfoundland) to enjoy the good life.

He is survived by his mother Jenny Ley, brother Tommy Ley, and sister Debbie Fallis.

Predeceased by his father Alphonse, brothers Wally, Bruce, Brian, Danny and sister Linda.

Leaving to mourn with cherished memories, his son Bill Ley (Melinda), daughter Tammey Bayer (Gerry), grandchildren, Grayden, Jaxsen, Kyle and Marcus. A special mention of his dear friend Terry Pruder, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

He enjoyed life to the fullest, had a heart of gold and loved to put a smile on the face of anyone he met.  Billy enjoyed fishing, boating, fixing cars, helping out friends and family, watching games shows and hanging out with the boys. 

Dad was known to the locals as “Cadillac Bill” and drove his caddy with pride. 

Cremation has taken place; a celebration of life will be held at a later date. 

“Forever in our hearts until we meet again”

 

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So sorry for the loss of your Dad Billy, it’s a lifetime since we seen each other May God Bless you allTammey and Billy we have never met,I am your Dad’s cousin and live in Cape Breton but when we were kids Aunt Jenny and Phonse lived across the lane from Grandma Walters on Walters lane, the brother’s and sisters were all close and their kids well it’s nice to know someone else liked bingo it sounds like you had a great Dad and friend memories to cherish take care

I know we all kid around about his mom out living all her children. Never thought the last live chat i had with Tammey and her dad would be the last chance of seeing him. So many memories to cherish. My bingo buddy and a great friend. You will truly be missed by many. My son Zack and I send our love and prayers to his family 🌈💙
Billy i can honestly say you were one of a kind. We were all blessed to have known you over the years. R.I.P my friend 🙏

So sorry for your loss Tammey and Billy. I will miss him and love him forever. Goodbye my dear Uncle Bill