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William J.
Reidy Jr.

William J. Reidy, Jr.

Age 76, Passed away peacefully on Thursday, February 20, 2020.  Brother of Jim (Patty) Reidy, Larry (Pam) Reidy, and Kevin Reidy.  Uncle to Billy (Kristen) and Patrick (Anne) Reidy.  Great Uncle to Kinzey, Jakob, and Will Reidy.  Bill was a long time and valued employee at Western States Envelope.  His passion in life was golf and he loved to play many different courses around the country.  He was also a local member at Currie Park and NagaWaukee golf courses.

 

Visitation is at Heritage Funeral Home, 9200 S. 27th St., Oak Creek, WI on Thursday, February 27th from 4 to 6 p.m.   Food and beverage to celebrate Bill’s life will be available during the visitation.  In lieu of flowers, memorials to Luther Manor Nursing Home in Wauwatosa, WI would be appreciated.  A special thank you to the Luther Manor staff who took great care of Bill for the past 2 years, and to the Luther Manor Hospice staff who provided comfort and care for him during the final months of his life.

2 Comments

  1. Marla Holman February 24, 2020 at 7:59 pm - Reply

    It is with great sadness to express my deepest sympathy to Bill’s family. Bill was such a genuine, kind, selfless person. He gave so much to those who were dear to him. I have so many memories through the years. When my daughter took up golf, Bill took her under his wing, gave her a golf glove, which he told me he did for all the kids he taught. He proudly wore his Western States jacket with “Dollar” embroidered on the front. I think he liked it when people asked him what it meant. Who knows, maybe our HR Director, Russ Golomski, did it to so Bill would get a kick out of it. Bill was always there when we needed him. My deepest sympathy for the entire Reidy family, and the Western States family. Now we have another bright star in the sky. God Speed Bill.

  2. Paul Graves February 27, 2020 at 1:27 pm - Reply

    Bill was always good for a humorous day on the golf course. I will never forget the day he ran over Doug W with a golf cart. We still hear about that fun filled day. He was always good for a forth. He will truly be missed. My condolences to the family.
    Jake

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