William Mariño Azores

william azores
William Marino Azores of Vienna, Virginia passed away on Tuesday January 18, 2022. Most commonly known as Bill or Biloy, he was born on July 8, 1950 to Antonio and Fortunata (Marino) de Azores in San Pablo City, Philippines.

Bill had a passion for fishing. He also had a passion for singing and could often be heard singing Frank Sinatra. Above all, his greatest joy was spending time with his two grandchildren Emilia and Mason, who commonly referred to him as "Lolo Bell".

Bill is survived by his wife Nanette; daughters Christina (and spouse, Michael) and Jen; son William Jr. (and spouse Therese); grandchildren Emilia and Mason; and 11 siblings; Tania Azores-Gunter, Rosie A. Guadalupe, Marie A. Minton, Cheri A. de Gorostiza, Jess M. Azores, Bobot Teves, Susie Azores, Tito Azores, Kathy A. Chan, Bobby Azores and Tinette A. Villa.

Service will be held at Money & King in Vienna, VA on Saturday, January 22, 2022 at 8:30AM along with a Live Webcast. Visitation will follow from 9:30AM to 10:30AM.

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  1. With our prayers and sympathy, we share with the family’s grief. Eternal rest unto Kuya Bill, and may the Lord’s perpetual light shine upon him. May he rest in peace. Amen. With you in Christ, SG Kapamilya

  2. Dad, your eyes are beaming with so much happiness The day you found out that cancer will no longer give you sadness We ate ice cream to celebrate your victory, having a thought that its for eternity. One day you woke up different and in pain, Seeing you like that, drove us all insane We wish we could take the pain away, And we tried everything to make you stay. Losing you was like losing a father the 2nd time, The feeling ain’t any different than the 1st time You treated me like your own daughter, You cared for me, gave me joy and laughter. I wish we could have spent more time with you, but leaving us here made us all feel blue Thank you for everything you have done for me, In my heart forever you will be. I love you Dad -Therese

  3. Please accept my deepest condolences and know that God loves you and can restore your spirits, give you peace and strengthen you. From, Dolly Depante

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