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William Michael Stack
  • February 27, 1956
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  • August 27, 2021

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William Michael Stack, 65, of Cape Coral, FL passed away on Friday August 27, 2021.

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  1. Dorothy Stack lit a candle:
    25 Dec 2021
    Lit since December 25, 2021 at 12:58:22 AM

  2. Dorothy Stack says:
    25 Dec 2021
    Merry Christmas bro. Wishing you peace in heaven. Miss you like crazy, as does Steve.

    ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  3. Liz Newman says:
    07 Sep 2021
    To the entire Stack family,
    My deepest sympathies. God Bless.

  4. joanna lit a candle:
    05 Sep 2021
    Lit since September 5, 2021 at 9:39:27 PM

  5. Brian Seims lit a candle:
    05 Sep 2021
    Lit since September 5, 2021 at 9:26:49 PM

  6. Michael Russillo lit a candle:
    05 Sep 2021
    Lit since September 5, 2021 at 9:18:52 AM

  7. Michael Russillo says:
    05 Sep 2021
    Rest In Peace my friend. God be with you and your family.

  8. Joseph L Aguece says:
    05 Sep 2021
    Bill, I remember all the good times we had starting over 50 years ago. I told Al recently about when we used to collect newspapers in your garage and then bring them in for a couple of bucks then take the money and go up to Carmen Ave to buy as much candy as we could. We had great days playing baseball in the street, if you hit it over my Dad's hedges it was a homerun, how many times did we dive through those hedges. Or when the ball went onto Zulo's front lawn and the old lady would run out and take the ball. We would always stop the game when the ice cream man came around. I remember after we laid all those stones in your back yard your dad took us all to the Yankee game in the station wagon, I think it was bat day. You and I played little league baseball together and we on the all star team together. Then latter on we played softball together for a bunch of years. Of course you or Al or Steve would have to come and wake me up for the games, and of course my mom would feed you while you waited for me. As we got older and we all went our separate ways we all remained like brothers and will always be brothers forever. God Bless you, rest in peace my brother.

  9. Powers says:
    04 Sep 2021
    Bill. Pretty much knew you just from Sunday golf with Steve. I loved to break your chops and you mine. Good times! I’ll meet you someday at the 19th hole. Take care my brother

  10. Dorothy lit a candle:
    04 Sep 2021
    Lit since September 4, 2021 at 9:51:56 PM

  11. virginia cammareri lit a candle:
    04 Sep 2021
    Lit since September 4, 2021 at 9:56:08 PM

  12. LsKQ says:
    03 Sep 2021
    - [ ] Dear Billy

    You were always one of the boys. One of the boys that was always hanging on the block, one of the boys that would be playing with my younger brother Joe. You being one of the 5 Stack boys were always there - at the house, on the block or roaming the neighborhood. Always much love between our families. It all started 60 years ago. You and your siblings were an integral part of a great neighborhood to grow up in. Great memories. RIP and welcomed into the open arms of your parents, Michael and Eddie Jr. Love Debi Aguece Ivarson

  13. Debi Aguece Ivarson says:
    03 Sep 2021
    - [ ] Dear Billy

    You were always one of the boys. One of the boys that was always hanging on the block, one of the boys that would be playing with my younger brother Joe. You being one of the 5 Stack boys were always there - at the house, on the block or roaming the neighborhood. Always much love between our families. It all started 60 years ago. You and your siblings were an integral part of a great neighborhood to grow up in. Great memories. RIP and welcomed into the open arms of your parents, Michael and Eddie Jr.
    Love Debi Aguece Ivarson

  14. Mike Lapping says:
    03 Sep 2021
    Uncle Bill, you came into my life fairly late in my childhood--I wish I would have gotten to know you better. You were always good for a laugh during family gatherings and I've always admired how you loved to restore old furniture and give it new life. You were a loving brother to my mom and supportive uncle to me. I will miss you.

  15. Joanna Stack says:
    03 Sep 2021
    Dear Dad,
    I really don’t know where to start and I am still in shock. It kills me that the last 3 years have gone by without talking to you, but not a day went by that I did not think of you. I wish so many things were different, but I was happy that you were happy, that’s all that mattered to me for a long time, I just wish things were different! I keep In my heart and memories of all we did together. Our catches where I would send you running cursing down the street because well my arm wasn’t great!
    Our many Yankee games we attended, even right after you hurt your knee, there you were brace and all walking through yankee stadium because it was Beanie baby day!
    I’ll never forget waiting on lines for concert tickets at ticket master! You did it all for me!
    I remember nights I would go out to help you on the route but I think all I did was eat danishes and sleep!
    I Will remember always our breakfasts, and our talks after your long nights of work, coming and delivering me coffee and bagel.
    You worked so hard, your job was not easy I hope the past several years in Florida brought you peace and happiness in your retirement away from the NY cold, and the “war zone” as which you referred to it on the roads. I wish you were able to meet your grandson, Christian. He looks like you. He’s definitely has the stack genes and he's quite a character.

    Your laugh is still so clear in my mind and that’s how I will always remember you, along with one of our last in person conversations you telling me how much you loved me. I’m sorry for being so angry, and I wish I can take back that anger but I hope you know I Loved you, will always love you and I was hurt and just missed you.

    I love you, Dad! Always have and always will.
    Love always,
    Your daughter Joanna Stack
    AKA sweetie (squeaky!)

  16. Terence Sikoryak says:
    03 Sep 2021
    Bill,

    We always called you "Buttons" because we knew how much it annoyed you.

    I can remember playing baseball and football with the gang. We ran track together through high school. Mr Deruvo never knew where we went when he sent us out to run long distance.

    You invited me to the Jets game to see Johnny Unitas play against Joe Namath in Shea. We froze, and Unitas didn't play.

    I remember we went to see Savoy Brown in NY in 1972, and I ended up with pneumonia. The band called us all to sit on the stage and that big fat security guard tried to push me off and my foot got caught in hi stomach. Man, did we laugh...

    You and I played that stupid Monday night football game in my room all winter. My mother laughed at how we would yell when we scored. This is not the place to gloat, but I always beat you.

    When we got our drivers licenses, we drove to Mass every Sunday. We weren't saints but we were searching for something.

    I now you have found that something now.

    Always Loved ya buddy!

  17. Terence Sikoryak says:
    03 Sep 2021
    Bill,

    We all used to call you Buttons only because it annoyed you so much. We had a great time playing baseball and football with the gang. We ran track together for years and we were both on the relay team. Our coach, Mr. Deruvo, still has fond memories of us.

    We had great laughs going to Jets games. You told me was going to see Johnny Unitas vs Joe Namath, but some guy named Domres played for the Colts that day. We went to see Savoy Brown in NY and I got pneumonia. We laughed at the big fat security guard pushing me away from the stage, and my foot go lodged in his belly.

    Bill, we played that stupid Monday Night Football board game in my room all winter. My mom laughed at our yelling when we scored.

    We drove to Mass together when we got our licenses. We weren't saints, but we were searching for something. I know you have that something now.

    Love ya brother

  18. virginia cammareri says:
    03 Sep 2021
    Oh Bill what can I say where do I start? Divorce does not erase 14 years of marriage. Through our daughter Joanna we will always be linked to each other. I remember during one of our talks a few years before you left for Florida we both had come to acceptance and had formed a friendship. We spoke of funny memories , and both had come to a point of forgiving. I will always be glad for that. You said to me , "This is the last time you'll probably see me" and sadly this has been proven true. I so wish you had gotten the vaccine. But you were so stubborn Bill that somehow I guessed you would not get it. I want you to know if you already do not know, your daughter Joanna loved you very much as I know you did as well. You have taught all
    Of us that tomorrow is promised to no one. My heart goes out to our daughter , your brothers , sister , sister I. Laws and many nieces nephews and all
    Who
    Loved you. God Bless

  19. Danielle Stack says:
    02 Sep 2021
    Uncle Billy,

    It still hasn't set in that you are gone. While we were apart in distance, you were always on our mind. Thank you for always having the loudest laugh in the room, a contagious smile, and a warm heart. We will all miss you more than you will know.

    Love,
    Danielle

  20. Rich Stack says:
    02 Sep 2021
    Uncle Billy,

    I still can't believe that you're gone, it truly does not feel real. Everytime I think about it I picture your great big smile sitting around a table qt a BBQ with my Dad, Uncle Steve and Aunt Karen laughing your butt off as you guys told stories of the things you did growing up. I always looked forward to it. I love you and will always miss you. Rest in peace.

    Love,
    Richie

  21. Donna Stack says:
    02 Sep 2021
    Hey Billy,
    I really don't know what to say, I'm still in shock that I am even writing this to you. When I think of you I smile and I want you to know that you were the kindest, most sensitive, funny. Non -confrontational brother in law a person could ask for. You always showed yuur family that you loved each and everyone of us.. we loved having holidays with you. We loved having barbeques with you.
    Yet again I sit here shaking my head, just not understanding how any of this happened. I wish you would have gotten the vaccine, maybe you could have had a fighting chance, I can't stand this Billy you should still be with us. Please know you will be truly missed by all your family. You are loved so much. You were truly a beautiful person. Miss you, love you Billy!!!!!
    Love Donna

  22. Kimberly Stack says:
    02 Sep 2021
    Uncle Billy,
    I cant believe that you are gone, im going to miss you so much. You always knew how to make us laugh and smile. I will forever cherish all the memories and good times we all had together. I love you. ❤

  23. Andrew Stack says:
    02 Sep 2021
    Uncle Bill
    It still doesn’t feel real that you are gone, but I know that’s because you are watching down on us all. I have so many great memories of our times together, so many laughs! We all love you very much, and will miss you deeply. Rest In Peace

  24. Hope Stack says:
    02 Sep 2021
    Uncle Bill, we are so devastated by your passing. The boys and I are going to miss all the fun times we had with you. I always loved your sarcasm and loved our banter back and forth together. You always made me feel like family and one of the stacks from the minute I met you. Thank you for always being so great to my boys, they love you so much and miss you. I’m so happy we got to see you in July on Marco island. We will miss you so much please look over all of us!!

  25. Nick Stack says:
    02 Sep 2021
    Uncle Bill,

    My heart is so heavy writing this. We will miss you so much! You always knew how to make a crowd laugh. I can still see that smirk and hear that classic Uncle Bill laugh. We will be telling your golf stories for years to come and rolls will never look the same again. This is not goodbye but see you later! Love you!

    Nick

  26. Dorothy says:
    02 Sep 2021
    Hey bro, so sad you have passed. Wishing you love in heaven and beyond. We will always love you, to the moon and back! . You were truly a wonderful brother! ❤️

  27. Steven Stack says:
    02 Sep 2021
    Bill- I still can not believe you have left us. Our hearts are broken. This happened much to quickly and is very difficult for us to wrap our arms around it. I love you and will miss you so very much. Thank you for being a great brother. You were always their for us when we needed you the most. Sorry we could not be their for you when you needed us the most in the hospital. I have such wonderful memories of you that will stay in my heart forever. I will always remember the backyard BBQ's and when you were grilling and talking to someone, Al and I would look at each other and laugh and say oh man he is going to burn the food because you were busy yapping. I will always remember your laugh, the Mets games we went to with Andrew , Hope and the boys in the suites. We had a blast. I can still see that big smile on your face when you beat us in a round of golf and you saying to us at the end "That's how its done ladies". I will certainly miss not speaking to you on the phone or through a text about sports or whatever problems were facing us at the time. You will be so greatly missed by all of us. I wish you all the best in your next journey. Rest in peace my friend. Love you, Steve

  28. Al Stack says:
    02 Sep 2021
    Bill,

    I am going to miss you a lot, you will always be on my mind and forever in my heart. I will really miss our conversations about how good or bad the Yankees and Giants are playing. I love you Bill.

    Love your brother,
    Al

  29. Karen Lapping says:
    02 Sep 2021
    Bill was born one of six children to Edward and Mary Stack. He was survived by his beautiful Daughter, Joanna, who he loved dearly. Bill had a rich childhood that was filled with much love in a household where there was "never a dull moment". Bill was a sensitive, compassionate man with a no-nonsense personality and a heart of GOLD. Bill was always there for his Family and Friends to lend a helping hand or give a mountain of support to anyone in need. He had a wonderful passion for life and a great sense of humor. He loved to laugh and his laugh was so contagious and he made everyone around him laugh. At family gatherings he would always reminisce about our relatives and tell funny stories of his childhood, teenage years and events through his life. Bill would never forget a good time while at the same time would also reflect on rough times. He was so loved by his Family and Friends. Bill was my Brother, my Friend and my Confidant and I will miss him every day for the rest of my life. Bill will be sorely missed by everyone. Rest in Peace Brother Bill!

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