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William Bardas

William Bardas

Thursday, March 10th, 1960 Sunday, April 7th, 2019

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Obituary for William Frank "Billy" Bardas (Bardas)

William “Billy” F. Bardas, 59, of Nashua, died on Sunday, April 7, 2019. He was born on March 10, 1960 in Nashua, son of the late William and Irene (Little) Bardas.

He was educated in the Nashua School System and worked in construction for Shattuck Rug Corp most recently.

Billy was funny, quick witted, and a good cook. He could fix, build, and paint anything, Above all, he loved his family,

Along with his parents, Irene and William, Billy was pre-deceased by his son, Jeremy, who died august 2018; his sister, Stephanie Bardas; his brother, Anthony Bardas; and his two brothers-in-law, Alan Ledoux and David Twombley.

He is survived by his daughter, Amanda Bardas of Florida; his grandchildren, Anthony, Shelby, Sarah and Cindy of Arizona; his sisters, Brenda Nunley and Helen Twombley of Nashua; his nieces and nephews, Rhonda, Alan and Christina Ledoux, Jordan Twombley, and Amberleigh Foster; as well as family friends, Deborah Brown, David Hoyt, Rejean Champagne, and Michael MacMackin, who he loved very much.

SERVICES: Visitation will be held at Davis Funeral Home, One Lock St in Nashua on Friday, April 12, 2019 from 6-8pm. Family and friends are invited to attend. No formal Funeral Service will be held at this time.
The DAVIS FUNERAL HOME, One Lock St., Nashua has been placed in charge of arrangements.

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    Friday, April 12th, 2019 |
    Davis Funeral Home
    One Lock Street
    Nashua, New Hampshire
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    Friday, April 12th, 2019

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E.Guest

My condolences to the family of Billy. I haven't seen him since we left Georgia. I have a lot of fun memories with Bill. He was a blast to be around. Rest in peace Bill.
Comment | Posted at 10:30pm via Condolence
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Helen Twombley

Thank you Ernie , i remember his fond memories of you as well , and yes, Billy was always fun to be around , i miss him crazy ! thank you Helen Twombley (Billy;s Sister Lalla)
Posted at 06:00am

Neverett Smith

Our condolences to your family. We grew up down the road and spent many hours down back of Holman stadium. Billy being a little older he fixed our bikes for us every time we broke them. Neverett and Brian Smith ----
Comment | Posted at 10:31am via Condolence
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Helen Twombley

Thank you Nevertt, thats so nice of you to take the time to share with us your memory of my brother Billy . thank you
Posted at 10:22am
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Nancy Young

To the family of William Frank Bardas. The bible ways there is going to be a resurrection. Acts 24:15. What that can mean for you. Comfort when dead ones die. 2 Corinthians 1:3, 4. Freedom from a morbid fear of death. Hebrews 2:15. A real hope of being reunited with your dead loved ones. John 5:28, 29.
Comment | Posted at 01:21pm via Condolence
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Helen Twombley

i have no idea who this is either ??
Posted at 05:07pm
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R Jackson

Family and friends you have my deepest sympathy. This is a difficult time for most. There are basic things that can help anyone get through the pain no matter what age, gender or religious beliefs. Many have been helped with the twelve basics or just a few. You can go to jw.org and get the basics with no cost ever. See the article “Help for those who grieve “ in the magazine section. Anyone can get help and comfort.
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Helen Twombley

i have no idea who this is and it looks like an advertisement .
Posted at 11:30am
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Laurie Greenhalgh

Dear Billy , so very sad to hear . You will be missed by many people. You an your family were so very close. We will never forget you . I've never laughed so much while you were around us . I wished we new that you were living back in Nash... Rest in peace. Love , Lee , Laurie , Devin , Tyler, Julia .
Comment | Posted at 08:39pm via Condolence
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Helen Twombley

Billy enjoyed your family also , Billy wasn't here for very long , he came back to nn.h on March 13th . thank you for sharing .
Posted at 10:25am
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