William 'Bill' Flynn, 56, passed away June 2, 2013. Survived by his children, Ashley Flynn, Brandi Flynn and Chad Ingo; grandchildren, Eli Baca, James Baca and Sofia Baca; sisters, Suzi (Richard) Purcell and Pam Yershin; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his son, Sammo Ingo; mother, Patricia Selby; father, William R. Flynn; and nephew, Nick Purcell. Bill was born Sept. 22, 1956. He enjoyed the Broncos, Nuggets, fishing and selling cars. He was an outgoing person who worked hard at everything he did. Bill was a loving father and grandfather. Cremation has taken place. Memorial luncheon from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 15, 2013, at Big Daddy's Dog Track, 3215 Lake Ave. Memorials may be made to Ashley Flynn or Brandi Flynn through the funeral home. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. So sorry to hear about Bill’s death. We have wonderful memories of Bill with our son Andrew and the Cyclone’s basketball! Rest in peace. prayers for the family.

  2. I am devastated & so very, very sorry to read of Bill’s passing, he was an outstanding man & always such a pleasure to see & talk with, I went to school with his Dad, Bill Senior, young Bill reminded me a great deal of his Dad as he was always happy & had the same great humor. Bill was so very proud of his family, God bless & be with all of you.

  3. I am very saddened to hear this news. I loved Bill like a father and he had a very generous and kind heart. I offer my prayers and condolences to his family, mostly his kids. He will never be forgotten especially his laughter. He was an all-American guy and a wonderful person. Rest in Peace Bill.

  4. Sorry to hear about your dads passing. I got to know your dad from Sam,Chad and my brother Korys friendship. He was always a very funny and nice guy. I called him the sweats guy because he always wore sweat pants wherever he went. lol I asked him one day why he always wears sweat pants and he said “I’m retired so I am gonna wear sweat pants everyday” how funny he was. I told him he is also like Hugh Heffner and his pajama wearing. He laughed and said I guess you can think of it like that. Well there are so many more good stories I could tell you about your dad. My family and I are very happy to have gotten the chance to meet your dad. He was and always will be a special part in our family. Again we are sorry Ashley, Brandi, Chad and grandkids. Take care and God Bless. Thanks for the laughs Bill you will be missed. From Chad, Wendy, Krista Maldonado and The whole Maldonado family.

  5. Dad, I miss you so much words cannot express. I know you’re not suffering anymore and you are at peace. I know you will watch over Me, Eli, James, Sofia, Brandi & Chad. You were the best dad and grandpa anyone could ask for & we are so lucky and honored to have you as our dad & grandpa! You will always be in our hearts & by our sides for eternity. No one or anything can fill the void I have in my heart. This has been the hardest thing I have ever done in my life and it has been such a hard time for all of us, but all I can do is keep reminding myself and knowing you are no longer suffering and in any pain. I love you Daddy & I’ll always keep our memories we shared close to my heart and never forget our fun and crazy times together and great memories throughout my entire life! You may be gone, but you’ll never be forgotten. And every time we would talk or see each other, it was never a goodbye, it was always see you later. So until I see you again, I’ll see you later Daddy! Rest in peace, until we meet again……

    Love You Always and Forever!!!!!
    Your Daughter (aka Kiddo), Ash!!!

  6. Bill we will miss you the auction won’t be the same without you. (P.s thanks for all the pens)
    Donna-

  7. I wish to express my sympathy regarding your loss of Bill. It is a challenge to give comforting words when someone is mourning the loss of a dear loved one. We seem to never know just the right words to say. The Bible encourages us to give comfort. It tells us at Isaiah 49:15 that God does not forget. Jesus Christ assures us at John 5:28,29 that there will be a resurrection. Finally, Almighty God promises that He will end death, tears, pain and mourning. May this sincere condolence help give you a measure of comfort and hope.

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