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WILLIAM J. MCKAY William J. McKay (Bill) age 83 passed away May 9, 2020 from complications related to Parkinsons. Bill was born in Billings, MT. on August 30, 1936. Both his parents preceded him in death along with son Scot and sister Joan. He is survived by long time companion Sonya; children Michelle, Julie, Tim and Rick; brother Bob; sisters Susie, Berta; grandchildren Sydney, Blake, Kylie and numerous nieces and nephews. Bill attended Eastern Montana College before joining the Navy in 1957 where he served on the USS Hornet. He later embarked on a lifetime career in Real Estate. The family will hold a service at a later date to be determined along with a celebration of life. In lieu of flowers the family would prefer donations to Parkinsons Research or your choice of Animal Rescue Foundations. Bill will be missed by all that knew him including his beloved dog, Eve.

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Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal on May 24, 2020.
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May 31, 2020
Great friend and neighbor.
Karon Kauffman
May 29, 2020
I am so sad to read of Bills passing.
He and I shared office space off of West Sahara for many years.
I miss him Although we have not talked forever....
Take care of Eve❤
Gaya Trombley
Gaya Trombley
May 28, 2020
My friend, Mr. Bill will be missed by many. He was such a kind and good person always willing to help. I will miss our lunches and catching up with each other. You may not be here with us but I will always remember you my friend. AC
Ann Courrier
May 27, 2020
William Mckay was my father in law. He was a great husband and father. I can say this because he raised my wonderful wife. He was a good man and I wish I could have spent more time with him.
Greg Calabrese
May 24, 2020
My dad was my hero. There aren't words in the English language to describe this man. I'm lost, other than to say while we lost a good man, heaven gained a brave angel. RIP, daddy. See you soon.
Michelle McKay
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