William Fredrick Bernard Pleau

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAWilliam Fredrick Bernard Pleau was born to Raymond Bernard Pleau and Katherine Louise Pleau on April 30, 1983 in Rochester, New York. The family moved to Seattle, Washington in 1985 where he was raised. He went to Roxberry elementary, followed by Denny Middle School. He then moved to SeaTac, WA where he attended Chinook junior high followed by Tyee High School. Although he did not graduate he went on to get his GED at South Seattle Community College in 2002.

Will loved life and enjoyed traveling. He lived in multiple places in his life. He stayed time in Tahoe, California; Reno, Nevada; Hotsprings, Arkansas. Where his family was is where he landed.

“Stop worrying about the potholes in the road and enjoy the journey”1982-summer_0012

Will peacefully passed away on Sunday, September 28, 2014 at 6:26 am. He was involved in a tragic motorcycle accident Saturday. He lived his final day doing what he loved.

Image087“The day that you went away, was the day we realized it would never be the same.”

He was survived by his parents, Ray and Kathy Pleau; his sister, Angel; and nephew and niece, Nathaniel and Alyssa.

“Let us never forget of our loved ones we have lost, but always know that they walk beside us”

Will has meant so much to so many people in this life that he lived. He will be remembered as a light hearted individual who loved life and everyone in it.

We Love You Will

One Response to “William Fredrick Bernard Pleau”

  • Ikuzwe moris says:

    I was a true friend of benard pleau in the times when he came to uganda with the group of impact nations but it has took years and years without seeing my heart loved friend benard pleau and he told me he stays in new Mexico and if there is any possible mean of talking to him or charting with him kindly let him know about this and I sent pictures of my art drawings let hope u received them. I stay Ikuzwe moris from uganda.mubende district.kalonga.at kalonga pentecostal church.+256703920216 my whatsapp number

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