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October 2, 1943 – Thursday, August 1, 2013

Service Information
St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Red Lake, MN
Wednesday, August 7, 2013
1:00 P.M.

Visitation Information
Red Lake Community Center in Red Lake, MN
Mon 8/5 & Tues 8/6
Beginning at 6:00 P.M.

Matthew “Bill” William Sayers, age 69, of Red Lake Journeyed to the Spirit World on Thursday, August 1st, 2013 at Sanford Hospital in Fargo, North Dakota.

He was born on October 2, 1943 in Red Lake the son of Matthew A. Sayers and Ethel Dolson.

Bill graduated from Red Lake high school and honorably served his Country in the United States Army.

He married Brenda Kingbird in 1988.

Bill worked as a Conservation Officer and then became a certified Emergency Medical Technician, he worked there for over twenty years.

He enjoyed stock car
racing and also was part of the pit crew. He really loved
to joke around with family and friends and spend lots of time with his kids and grandchildren.
He also loved spending time at the casino.

Survived by his wife: Brenda Sayers; sons: William J. (Michelle) Sayers and Matt (Darilyn Johnson) Sayers; daughters: Barbara (Jim Stately) Graves and Breanna (Dan Barrett) Sayers; fifteen grandchildren and one great grandchild; brothers: Dwight Sayers Sr. and Fabian Sayers Sr.; sisters: Sherrlene Roberts and Darlene Donnell; special granddaughter: Dezarae Sayers.

Preceded in death by his sons: Harley Sayers & Daniel E. Sayers,his mother: Ethel Sayers, his father: Matthew A. Sayers, brothers: Bruce and Ricky Sayers.

2 Guestbook Entries

  1. karen mcneal ramirez

    so sorry for your loss, I love you my godfather. your gonna be missed by many. rest easy godfather. give my dad and other family a huge hugs. love you dearly. I know your at ease.

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  2. Cletus Goodteacher

    Bill was a good friend of mine in my stay at Red Lake. He was my volunteer fireman partner for weekend duty. He was an avid sports person and put in alot of work on the #11 car.
    He and I respected each other from the get go and appreciated our friendship.
    I will miss him and send my condolences to his family from Dakota country.

    Reply

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