William B. Bargas, 57, a Fort Pierce resident and he passed away on February 14, 2022. William was born July 26, 1964, in Carson City, Nevada. William graduated from Carson City High School in 1982. He attended Truckee Meadows Community College for 2 years. William served in the U.S. Air Force in Anchorage, Alaska when he was in his was 19 years of age. He took pride and honor serving his country. He felt like he made a difference in his community and his country. Throughout William’s life he loved helping others through hospitality and service. William was a member of the Elks lodge in Carson City, Nevada in his 20’s. He enjoyed serving with his fellow brothers in the local community outreach. He volunteered at Homeless Shelters in Nevada & Florida and helped out at a local Family Italian Restuarant in Nevada. William began his career in retail/customer service at Raley’s. He also worked for Sam’s Club and McDonald’s in sales and customer relations. He latest position was for Health Advocate out of PSL, FL in the medical health industry. He also had a secondary career in photography.
William was an honorable, kind, compassionate person. He was a Christian by faith. He loved Jesus and his family and friends dearly. William’s passions were traveling to beautiful places – the outdoors such as mountain climbing and visiting National parks, reserves, waterfalls and lakes. He loved to bicycle and hike with friends and family. He loved photography, cooking & entertaining friends and family. He was an advocate reader, loved western novels, crime & drama novels, romantic love novel and Christian self-help books. William enjoyed the simplicity of life. He loved classic rock and Christian praise and worship. William expressed that if he died that he would like to donor is organs to help someone live. So, they could survive and make an impact and difference in the world.
William is survived in death by his mother – Gloria. William is the eldest for 6 siblings; is survived by sister – Callistus, sister – Jean, sister – Lucille, sister – Cindy and brother – Benjamin. William is survived by brother-in-law, Henry, brother -in-law, Iean, brother-in-law Michael, brother- in- law Charles. He had nephews, Jeremy, Chance, Nathan, Anthony and nieces – Eva, Kayla, Angela, Morgan, and Domonique.
William’s favorite scriptures were:
Wait upon the Lord and He will renew your strength. You will soar on wings like eagles. You will run and not grow weary. You will walk and not faint.
1 Corinthians 13
Love is patient and kind. It always protects, trusts, hopes and preserves. Love never fails.
Luke 11: 2-4
The Lord’s Prayer
Our Father which art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name, thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. And lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil.
The family is requesting in lieu of flowers and money donations please donate to the H.A.L.O No-Kill Shelter, 710 Jackson St, Sebastian, FL 32958 or you may use the link below.
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