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Condolences for William W. Renshaw III

Jill BoundFriday, August 12th

Bill, I am sorry for your loss of your son. My family our deeply saddened for you. Our Prayers will continue for gods peace that passes understanding. You were the best dad ever I thank God Chloe has you for her Pop Pop. If you ever need anything just call anytime we are here. Love, Jill, Barbara, George and Mark.

Diane DufresneSaturday, August 13th

So heartbroken to hear of Billy’s passing…..way too early. I remember vividly his visits to our house up the street from yours in Yardley….and his taking a swim one evening in our pool (with his friends) after we had long gone to bed! He was so cute. Tragedy finds us no matter where we go. I wish you peace. Diane Dufresne

Laura MadeiraSaturday, August 13th

I had the pleasure of knowing Bill from our Grey Nun Academy days and then we hung out in our early 20’s. I remember him being such a “cool” guy, yet still very kind (something that doesn’t usually go hand in hand). He was a beautiful human and I’m so very sorry for his early departure to Heaven.

Marianna MeyersSunday, August 14th

Doug and Jenn,
John and I are very sorry for your loss. He was so very young and handsome. I hope he finds peace in the afterlife. And I hope you can remember him with some fond memories.

Marc LebovitzMonday, August 15th

To the Renshaw Family I wish to express our sincere condolences and support from the Lebovitz Family.

Sheryl CoopersmithTuesday, September 20th

Dear Bill,
I have known Bill for a number of years. He was a wonderful person and friend to my daughter Jennifer Coopersmith and to myself as well! I’m so very sorry for your loss. I had been trying to reach him and found out yesterday what had happened. I know the feeling of your loss of your son bc I’ve been there as well. There is nothing I can say to ease your pain! Feel free to contact me if you would like to speak. My deepest condolences to your family and friends. Sincerely, Sheryl and Jennifer Coopersmith

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