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Funeral Mass will be celebrated 10 am Friday June 1, 2012 at St.Agnes RC Church (corner of Mumford and Chebucto Rd) with Father John Williams officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory may be made to the IWK, The QEII Foundation, Camp Hill Veterans Memorial Garden or charity of choice.Bill was known as a caring, generous man who was devoted to his family.His life long love of boats and the sea meant that normally there was either a boat under construction in the garage or a boat ready to go in the driveway.Joining the RCN in 1945, he served on HMCS Ontario, Antigonish, Magnificent, Athabaskan, and Crescent and at CFHQ Ottawa.After 32 years of dedication and devotion his service ended at Maritime Command-retiring in 1972.Upon retiring and wintering in Florida, he discovered his love of golf at the age of 70. He was predeceased by his first wife, Mary Margaret (Power) Bak of 37 years; second wife Agnes (Leggatt) (Everett) Bak of 19 years; his younger brother, James.
He also looked forward to his annual duck hunting trip out west with his brother Jim. He will be sadly missed by his daughters, Sharon and Veronica (Peter) Arany, his only grandson, Stephen, Halifax; special friend, Nora Brown; sisters in law, Doris Gourley, Halifax, Judy Bak, Swift Current, Saskatchewan as well as a nephew and several nieces.
Born on 22 August 1918 in a small cottage on Lampson St in Victoria, BC, Bill was to spend his first 17 years growing up in that city.