In memory of Bill M. Douglas


Bill (Billy) M. Douglas, 76

Thank you for donating in honor of such an amazing man. Bill had a wonderful sense of humor and was known for his jokes, quick wit and practical jokes. Bill was always there with a helping hand and excellent advice. He enjoyed working on his cars and fishing. He loved his wife, children and grandkids with all his heart. An avid “car guy,” Bill was always puttering in his shop and was particularly proud of his ’30 Model “A” Pick-Up and his nearly finished “Rat Rod.”

He passed away quietly and peacefully in his home on Wednesday, February 25th, after a year and 3 months of fighting stage IV prostate cancer with metastasis to the bones.

He will be greatly missed by so many. In honor of him, we hope that you will contribute by donating to this cause to fight prostate cancer and advocate for yearly prostate exams.

Terms to know from this article:

Metastasis

The spread of cancer from one part of the body to another. A tumor formed by cells that have spread is called a "metastatic tumor" or a "metastasis." The metastatic tumor contains cells that are like those in the original (primary) tumor. The plural form of metastasis is metastases (meh-TAS-ta-seez).