William "Bill" Ralph Dormey
February 11, 1940 - January 7, 2021
A memorial service will be held at a later date.
William “Bill” Ralph Dormey
Age 80, of Oscoda, MI, formerly of Troy, MI passed away on Thursday, January 7, 2021 at Medilodge of Tawas City. He was born in Bad Axe, MI on February 11, 1940 to the late Ralph and Dorothy (Wallace) Dormey. Bill is survived by his loving wife, Dolores Jean Dormey; children, Debra (Kenny) Dormey Vassil, Kathy Dormey, Karen (Bradley) Dormey Smith and William Jr. (Tina) Dormey; sister, Christa (Brent) Dormey Barbeau; grandchildren, James Robinson, Nicole Robinson, Adam Stahr, Courtney Happy and William Aaron Dormey and great-grandchildren, Natalie, Laura, Olivia, Skylin, Jordyn, Sophia, Oakley and Seth. In addition to his parents, Bill was preceded in death by his sister, Bonnie Yopp. Due to the current pandemic, a memorial service will be announced and held at a later date. You may offer your condolences to the family online at www.bureshfuneralhomes.com.
I love you so much Bill. Thank you for your everlasting love that you gave .
— Christa Dormey
The strongest man, most hard working man I have ever known. I love your forever grandpa. Til we meet again !!❤️
Karen, So sorry to hear of your dad's passing. My heart is with you during this sad time. Love, Colleen
— Colleen G Gagnon
Delores we are very sorry to hear of Bill's passing. We will keep you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.
— Bill & Traci Yax
Bill will be sadly missed. Bill and Delores have been much more than next door neighbors for the past 20 years. Their friendship has made them an integral part of our extended family. Bill always liked a home cooked meal, something on the grill or a burger at "The Hilltop". Afterward he liked a "piece of Pie" or other dessert along with a cup of coffee. We spent many a summer evening by a bonfire on the deck gazing at stars, watching the flashing lights of commercial aircraft soar thru the sky or watching tiny tree frogs climb the condo siding with their suction cup like feet.
Bill was always busy building or renovating something. His ambition and energy was always that of a man half his age. We did some joint projects and he liked to take the lead. Rest in Peace Bill. Lead the way, until we see you again.
— Nancy and Gerry Mueller