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William James Calia
  • April 20, 1959
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  • November 24, 2018

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William James Calia, “Will”, 59, of Cape Coral, passed away November 24, 2018 at his home. Born April 20, 1959 in Opa-Locka (Miami), Fl., he was the son of Joseph L. Calia and Irene Catalano. He is survived by his wife Doreen Hussey–Calia and son Dominick J. Calia. As well as, his brothers Joe Calia with his wife Vicki and Frank Calia with his wife Faye and their children along with many other extended family members and a good number of friends. Will owned and operated his own lawn care business. He loved dirt biking, many water sports, speed skating, and other physical activities. Baldwin Brothers Affordable Cremations, Fort Myers, assisted with arrangements.


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  1. 01 Dec 2018
    Dave Howard says:
    I met Will riding dirt bikes when we were about 15 years old. He came to live with my family through our high school years and became more like a brother.He had an amazing talent of being able to work on anything and make it run or work better than it did before.He was also fast on any thing he rode or drove like motorcycles,go karts,and jet skis.I am so glad we were able to stay in touch through the years.Any time I would call or hear from Will it was at least a 2 hour conversation about what was going on in our lives at the time.Also motorcycles,cars,drag racing,work,and more. He was a loving Husband to Doreen and a proud father of his son Dominick.I will miss him deeply.Rest in peace my friend.

  2. 30 Nov 2018
    Robert catinella says:
    Will ,my friend ,my brother my heart is broken. I have the memories that put a smile on my face from ear to ear and some that just make me shake my head I was with you when you met your wife and back then you got off the crazy bus. I haven't seen you in a while you did good my friend beautiful wife Doreen and Dominic I was supposed to see you again but missed the chance you will live in my heart forever until we meet again you went home you're in God's hands one day I'll be looking for you and you'll know it's me I'll be driving the bus

  3. 29 Nov 2018
    Alan howard says:
    Will is one of the most down to earth, caring and intelligent people I've had the opportunity of sharing part of my life with. You have left us with memories we will charis forever.
    You will be forever in our hearts! Until we meet again. Love you man. God bless you, Doreen and Dominic

  4. 29 Nov 2018
    Gary and Tabitha Howard says:
    My most vivid memories of Will was as a child being in awe of this dare devil jumping bikes on ramps that seemed at the time to be larger than mountains. I also came to know his heart was just as big. Our deepest sympathy to the Calia family. You will remain in our thoughts and prayers.

  5. 29 Nov 2018
    Walter Maylynn says:
    Will is one of the best friends I’ve ever had! And when the Calia Family first moved to coral springs Across the street from mine we were only 14 years old and did everything from A to Z ! You are the kindest most calm and caring friend to so many I’m just lost for words. God bless you and your whole family forever! R I P

  6. 27 Nov 2018
    Joe Caliafqzs says:
    I'll only be able to see my "baby" brother in my memories now. I always admired your "I'm going to do that" attitude...and you always did it! If it had wheels, or was on the water, you were ready to go. Rest easy, Will, but keep going for it. I love you and will always miss you.

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