LETTER: Thanks for sharing the Trail Boss with us all those years

Long-time friend and fellow horse lover bids adieu to Maple Ridge’s Bill Archibald

Dear Editor,

To the family of Bill Archibald, thank you for sharing the life of our friend and your dad; celebrating, saluting, honouring, and reminiscing about the 90 years of Bill’s life.

READ MORE: LOOKING BACK – Maple Ridge bids adieu to its Trail Boss

[A celebration of life for Archibald – who passed on Feb. 3 – was held Feb. 23], where four-season panels really did depict Bill’s life, activities, loves and interests. Well done, very inspirational and informative with a great overview of the life of our friend Bill – the Trail Boss.

OBITUARY: William Robinson “Bill” Archibald

Pat we love you, send you our best wishes, smiles and hugs, take care. And thank you, Rob, Darcy, Shelley, Kerry and your families for allowing us to be a part of something so special. What a way to acknowledge and celebrate Bill.

Dave and Deb Smith, Maple Ridge

Haney Horseman Association lifetime member

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