May 8, 1927 - January 8, 2016
Billy Amil was born in Seattle on Mothers' Day to Fred and Elizabeth (Smith) Burnett.
He attended Greenwood Grade School, Ballard High School and UW, playing Husky football in the late 1940s. He served in the Merchant Marines during WWII and was drafted during the Korean conflict. Long time treasurer of Lafayette Lodge 241 F&AM. He was proud to have donated almost 40 gallons of blood over 47 years.
Survived by wife, Lynn, brother, Jay (Joan), daughters Carroll Simpson and Bonnie Miller, step-children Tim, Jan and Todd Shriner as well as many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren.
No services at his request. Contributions may be made to the Hearthstone Heritage Fund for Residents' Assistance. 6720 E Green Lake Way N, Seattle 98103
I'm so sorry for your loss. I know personally the loss of a loved one, and the pain can seem overwhelming. However the Bible offers us a hope for the future. Acts 24:15 speaks of a resurrection. We will see our loved ones again! I hope this brings some comfort to you in this time of sadness
To Bill's Family,
Bill and I were classmates throughout our elementary and high school years. My family lived at 110 N. 73rd. I especially enjoyed watching him host our various high school reunions. They were immensely successful and enjoyed by many thanks to all his work to organize the reunions.
Fond regards always, Eldeen Harrison Temple
Eldeen Harrison Temple
Very sorry to see this. My condolences, especially to Lynn. You guys were our wonderful neighbors for so many years. I still do daily walks at Greenlake and think about you sometimes as I pass the Hearthstone. --joe malnar