6 Tributes for “William Lontine

    Craig – I’m so sorry to hear of the loss of your dad. I’ll never forget hanging out in your store or shooting pool at the Idle Hour while our dads talked. We had some great times back in the “good ol days” in Wells.
    I’ll think fondly of your dad and your family every time I drive by the old store.

    You and your family will be in my thoughts and prayers throughout the holiday season.

    Dear Craig and family,
    I was very sad to see the loss of your loved one while reading the Daily Press online this morning.

    I too share the same sentiments as Steve and think of you everytime I pass through Wells and drive past the old store.

    Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time.

    John 5:28,29

    Dear Friends and Family of Bill I am truly sorry for your loss. Bill was a very good friend of mine which started in High School and never ended. I never knew anyone who didn’t like Bill, he was one of the nicest guys I ever met. I wish I could be with you in your time of sorrow unfortunately I am in Florida, but be sure that my thoughts and prayers will be with you. Don Brunelle

    I am currently visiting daughter/family in Truckee,CA I have been a longtime friend of Bill, we shared a number of experiences in our younger years and enjoyed reminising over the years, the Great Alaskan Eartquake being one of those experiences. I feel bad I can’t make the services. My sympathy to his family.

    Bill and I were such good friends. He was a real man. His word was always true and strong. Bill was a man you could always trust. He was a friend you could count on. A man with a true heart….hard to find these days. I love Bill and I will always miss him. I pray he is with the Lord now and not sick anymore. He was truly a good man, a man with virtue and honor. He had a heart of gold. Gods blessings always be with you Bill. You are missed.

    Kelly and Criag, so sorry to here your Dads passing He was a great person and a big part of my life growing up, i will never forget Longtine Grocery.PS Lets go to camp Boys.

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