William Lloyd Laing

William Lloyd Laing

March 16, 1941 - July 21, 2006

William Lloyd Laing

March 16, 1941 - July 21, 2006


Laing, William L., of Lake Forest, CA. Beloved husband of Sue, born March 16, 1941 in Canada, passed away on July 21, 2006 in Newport Beach, CA.
He was dearly loved and will deeply missed.

A Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, July 26 at 1 PM. at O’Connor Laguna Hills Mortuary, 25301 Alicia Parkway, Laguna Hills, CA 92653.

I lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Bill’s name to MDS Foundation: www.mds-foundation.org

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17 responses to William Lloyd Laing

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  1. Donna DeCeco says:

    Sue, Bill will truly be missed by the HQ Staff. He was so much loved by us all. I would say to Bill, “How you doing?” He would respond, “If I were any better, I’d be twins”. He was so much full of life. He had stories that would get us all laughing. He and I talked about the midwest, and downtown Detroit. Me going up in Detroit, and him, just across the river. Bill was a great pal. I am going to miss him. Take care Sue. If you need anything at all, please, just let me know.

  2. Ipo Minniear says:

    To “Monsieur Montage”…forever in our hearts and memories.
    Fondest Aloha and God Bless!
    Ipo, Nickie, Leilani, Tottie

  3. Suz,
    You are in our thoughts and prayers. Jeremy and I will miss chatting with Bill about “Alias”, trying to figure out who the bad guys were. I’ll remember driving in Bill’s black “pimp mobile” in Chicago…the travel agents loved it…so many memories of great affection for Bill. You’ll come be with us in New York soon…we look forward to that.
    Sending warm hugs and much love, always.
    J & J

  4. Dear Sue,

    Please accept our heart felt sympathy for your loss.

    We will remember Bill for his warm friendship, his love of Scotland and his keen sense of humor. He always had a smile and a witty come back line no matter what the occassion. For all his successes he never took himself too seriously and one felt better for having crossed his path
    Let us celebrtae Bill’s life and remeber the joy that he brought to everyone he knew.

    Your friends,

    Andy and Bella Stack

  5. I knew Bill for ten years. I remember the day we met like it was yesterday. He made a big impression on me. I always admired and respected him. I also learned a great deal from Bill and enjoyed speaking with him and being in his presence. Bill was my client, but Bill was also my friend. Bill was honest, sincere and cared deeply for his lovely wife Sue and his friends.

    When visiting Bill in the hospital, I knew he was a fighter, but needed relief from his struggle with such an awful desease. God has taken him to a better place and Bill is at peace.

    We have all lost someone special, while at the same time I feel Bill will always be a part of my life. For that I am thankful.

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