So late learning of Bill’s passing.
As a student teacher, Bill was my first associate teacher in ‘93 and became a life long friend. He was a mentor and was a wise and well loved teacher, very much respected. There are many tradespeople in the Niagara Region who had their start with Mr Kaduk. Any of those whom I have met, light up at the mention of his name. For years after his retirement, he would show up with fried pickerel to share with the old gang at BDSS for lunch. We enjoyed skiing, Christmas gatherings, BBQ’s, and occasional nights out with Bill and Moreen. So much laughter and great memories.
He was a great man who knew how to live well and he will be greatly missed.
It is with sadness that I have learned of the passing of Bill. I have many great memories of our adventures together fishing and hunting from my teen years when we were neighbours to later in life after I had moved many miles away. Sadly we lost touch with each other over the past few years and somehow I always felt that there would be time to reconnect. I wish I had the picture I took of you standing along a fence line duck hunting at the Ariss farm near Luther Marsh that hung on your basement wall for years. Many condolences to Bill's family. Rest in peace Bill and maybe one day will reconnect in the happy hunting and fishing grounds. Your friend,
I’m so very sorry to hear of Bill’s passing.
He was a great friend with a big heart and always cared for everyone around him. He and Moreen will both be in my heart forever as I fondly remember the ‘back of the bus’ Saturday ski bus trips and the Wednesday group trips to Ellicottville.
My deepest condolences to his family and everyone he touched.
Jane Morrison and Family.