Bill passed away peacefully on January 24,2016, at the St Leonards Hospice in York, at the age of My first encounter with Bill was when I applied for a job at Fred J Wrights Ltd at Selby, about 50 years ago. Following the interview, he was instructed to take me on a test drive in a 1965 Leyland Beaver artic. Upon our return to the yard he was asked by Fred Wright how Id done. His reply was: Hes a bit rusty, but what do you expect from a southerner and an ex BRS driver from the Amersham depot? garage door opener at home depot was amidst laughter from the team into which I was readily accepted.
And what a great team they were to work with! Everyone helped each other you certainly dont seem to get that nowadays. Bill and I remained good friends from that day. We also shared an interest in vintage lorries, and he garage door opener at home depot me to restore a Morris-Commercial. He also travelled to rallies with me, to Ackworth, Nostell, Lincoln, Driffield, Newark, Harewood and Pickering.
He had a great knowledge of old lorries, which he loved to share with friends old and new, which he met along the way. I really loved his company at these rallies, and I know he will be sadly missed by his work colleagues and the many friends he made over the years. I would like to offer my condolences to his garage door opener at home depot Madge, his daughter Julie, his sons Bernard and Mark, and his grandchildren. Visitors are advised to contact the organisers prior to travelling. We cannot be held responsible for errors in this listing.