Billy Myrow, 85, of Mansfield, Texas, passed away Sept. 30 at home surrounded by love. He is survived by his sweetheart of 56 years, Sandy, three children and numerous grandchildren and friends.
Bill retired from Bell Helicopter after 32 years as a machinist. He was proud of his
work and often took his family to helicopter exhibitions. Many helicopters are in the air today because of parts he helped create. Bill loved bowling, which he combined
with his other passion of traveling. He was a fantastic bowler and went all over
the country for bowling tournaments. Once retired, he and Sandy traveled full time for many years and visited many beautiful places.
No matter what name he was called, Bill, dad, brother, Papa or friend, he will be
remembered and missed more than words can say.
Blessing Funeral Home, 401 Elm St. in Mansfield
Visitation will be at 1 p.m. Nov. 1
Memorial Service will be at 2 p.m. Nov. 1
Burial following the memorial service at Emerald Hills Memorial Park, 500 Kennedale Sublett Road in Kennedale.
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