William 'Willie' Castelino (104), husband of Millie, father of Trevor, Jenny and Mark, grandfather of Danielle, Tom, Katie, Maya and Max, passed away on December 1, 2023. Funeral details will be announced later.
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Link to Uncle Willie's funeral live streaming on Jan 8, 5pm IST- https://beckysmith429.wixsite.com/celebrating-william
My Heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family. RIP.
May the departed soul rest in peace. Heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family.
Tribute from Castelino’s of Camel Castelino, Bantwal
Dear Millie and children, Please accept our heartfelt condolences. Warm and loving memories of Willie flood back of the help n guidance rendered to me as a new bride/mother in Uganda . Not to mention the cooking tips, which have been passed down generations. I cherish those memories to date. May Willie’s soul Rest in Peace. Warm Regards …. Dora
My condolences to all family members
May his soul Rest in peace. Assuring u all of my prayers.
Dearest Aunty Millie and your children..... Heartfelt sympathies on the sad demise of Uncle Willie....May God you grant the strength to bear his great loss...Uncle lived a long life. May God be your consolation in this hour of your grief....In Grief....
Marie's daughter Sonali,Roshan,Mark and Mario Mendonca Bangalore.,
Our heartfelt condolences to dear aunt Millie, Mark and the bereaved family on the sad demise of uncle Willie who is in heaven with all the angels and saints enjoying the beatific vision of his maker. God blessed him with a long and beautiful life on earth. May his soul rest in peace, amen. Love and prayers from us Albuquerques, Marie, Nigel and Sohan.
A man for all seasons
I cherish many happy memories with Uncle Willie since he visited Kampala in 1953 as a bachelor when he was in Dar-a-Salam, and again when he visited with aunty Millie and baby Trevor. After moving to Mbale and then Kampala he was a prominent leader in the community and beyond. He was always very good to me and he brought Dotty and myself together in 1966 in Mangalore. Our families shared a lot together and in particular we lived together in the Maresfield refugee camp in Sussex, U.K. We will carry happy memories of him always and he will always be with us in our hearts
My deepest condolences to the Castelinos. I've only ever met Uncle Willie once, but that one meeting told me everything I needed to know about him. I was totally impressed with his strength, resilience and jovial nature (even in his old age) and it is devastating to hear of his passing. I can only imagine how hard this loss will be for Aunty Millie, Mark, Trevor, Jenny and their families.
God rest your soul Uncle Willie, you've lived a good life and now I'm sure you must be preparing your delicious sannas for friends and family in heaven!
An era has ended, from Urwa to Uganda to Kent. We are so glad that my UK based cousin Pablo Albuquerque drove us to uncle Willie's house in Faversham, Kent back in 2018 to spend a day with him and aunty Millie during our trip. We will never forget that he cooked an entire meal himself for the four of us and Pablo, a typically Mangalorean spread including sannas and pork. He was all of 99 at the time. Since that time we enjoyed all the family Zoom calls periodically in which he participated actively. We will pray for his soul to rest in eternal peace and also for aunty Millie, Mark, Jenny and Trevor and all loved ones in your immense bereavement, as it slowly sinks in that he is no more after a life of over a hundred years. He will be missed but will live on in every person's heart and mind who he met. May his soul rest in peace and our condolences to his family in mourning.
May his soul rest in peace.A lovely person,I had a pleasant memories of him when I met him 2021.
Je me souviens, Uncle Willie! Quebec's motto seems very appropriate. Uncle Willie touched everyone he met. He was a true gentleman, and a very kind, warm and generous soul. I have known him all my life, and never a disparaging comment did he ever utter. His signature smile and mischievous eyes always shone. His pork bafad was legendary. He was the last of his generation in the Mascarenhas family to join his siblings and cousins in Heaven. I'm sure that my Dad and Mom welcomed him with him with open arms and a peg or two of the finest scotch, and drank to the health all of us all of us left behind on earth.
I will always Remember!
Dear Millie Bai and family, please accept our condolences on the passing of Willie baap. You are in our prayers. Eternal rest grant unto him.
Requiem eternam dona ei domine et Lux perpetualuciet ei requiescat in pace Amen
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