William Gary Majorana, 61, of Lithia, FL, passed away on July 3, 2018, at Brandon Regional Hospital.
Bill was born on August 14, 1956, in Detroit, Michigan. He grew up in Southfield, Michigan, where he met his wife, Debbe. Bill was an avid motorcyclist and snowmobiler. He was a master handyman, ready to help in any circumstance. Bill graduated from Groves High School and went on to earn his Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan. He worked as an engineer for Ford Motor Company for 30 years.
After retiring, he moved to Florida where he started his own handyman business. His company name, “Ultimate Handyman”, fit him to a “T”.
He was a devoted Christian who served his church as an usher, and made it a priority to tell others about Jesus.
Bill was preceded in death by his father, Joseph Nicholas, his mother, Betty (Ayearst), brother, Joseph Thomas, and daughter, Kara. Survivors include his beloved wife, Debbe; his brother, Michael; daughter, Christy and here husband, Ross Krusell; son, Andrew; daughter, Amber and her husband Brian Tuck; and four granddaughters, Brinley, Monroe, Harper, and Avery.
Celebration of Life Service
Monday, July 16th, 11 AM
Fishhawk Fellowship Church
15326 Fishhawk Blvd.
Lithia, FL 33547
Flowers may be sent to the church, or donations in Bill’s honor may be made to The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America.
Bill and I have been good friends for the last 6 years. We have spent quality time together doing life together. I will never forget Bill always saying when we parted, “I love you man!” I will never forget you Bill and I will carry on your legacy by saying I used to have a best friend that would always pass out Christian tracts in hopes those people would one day come to know Jesus as their Lord and Savior. I am positive Jesus greeted Bill in heaven with these words: “Well done good and faithful Servant.” I love man! Dennis Squires
I met Bill in 1983 when I started working at Ford right out of college. Bill took me under his wing and became more than just a friend; he became a role model — honest, hardworking, and compassionate. Bill introduced me to dirt biking up North, where we went several times together. I will always cherish those memories. I recall one time when facing a particularly deep and nasty swamp, Bill told me “remember, you’re not stuck until you stop.” What a life lesson that turned out to be (ask my kids how many times they’ve heard that from me)! Bill may no longer be physically present, but he is far from stopping. Rest in peace my friend. Vance Zanardelli