Condolence: Billy was my younger brother. We shared many fun times growing up. He was always kind hearted and he loved his family. He loved the Lord and shared his testimony many times. It was a joy for him to be able to preach and teach the Bible. All our love to those left behind. RIP my friend.
Condolence: Bill was my brother in law and also married me and my husband. He was always there to give an encouraging word or some wisdom that went with the moment. He cared for everyone he came across and wanted everyone to hear about Jesus and what he could do for them . He will be truly missed until we see him again one day and then be together for eternity. RIP
Condolence: Bro. Bill was such a sweet, humble man who loved the Lord and his family. It is such a blessing to call him our friend. He is now in his heavenly home with Jesus. We met him at Hope Baptist Church in Alexandria, Louisiana and it was such a blessing to have fellowship with him and his family. May God comfort the family, Bro. Eddie and Joy Kelso
Condolence: Carrie and family,
My heart breaks for you all! Thank the God we know he is with our Lord and Savior!
Bro. Bill was always so kind to me and my children. As a single mom trying to get by , Bro. Bill always had a kind word of encouragement just at the right time. One thing that always meant so much to me and my children was when we left Hope, Bro. Bill came by to pray with and encourage us during that difficult time.
Many prayers of comfort for coming days.
Condolence: I remember he always had a smile and no matter what the circumstances were he always never let it get him down he loved the Lord and his family he was my mentor and he always treated me like one of his own. I can remember him preaching when our pastor would be out and he always preached the gospel and he would always end the the service with either his two favorite songs let go and let God have his way or Thank you Lord for saving my soul.
Condolence: Bro Bill was a kind Godly man that had a heart of gold. He wasn’t just a friend to us, he treated us like family. My favorite memory is when we were at Faith Baptist and on Wednesday nights he would have one of the kids get him a song book and he would teach from it. The kids thought that was the neatest thing and so did I. Bill, Carrie and their kids have been like family to us for many years. Our love and prayers go out to you during this time. We love y’all!
Condolence: I remember Bro. Bill at Hope Baptist Church standing meeting and greeting as we entered the Church. He was so good to my family when my late Husband passed away. Always gave me some incourging words. I will never forget all the prayers we shared together. Know he will be greatly missed. But, he’s in no pain. Always had a smile on his face. My prayers are with his Family. Love from the Doyle’s