I was so shocked and saddened to learn of the passing of your beloved husband Bill. Please accept my heartfelt sympathies! Also condolences to your and Bill's four great sons: Sean, Matthew, Billy, and Patrick.
Condolence: Mary, Sean, Matthew, Billy, and Patrick,
Our heartfelt sympathy to you at this difficult time. We are remembering Bill as a friend and wonderful neighbor when all our kids were very young. Many wonderful memories.
I was truly saddened to read of the passing of Bill. While I had seen him only once in the past nearly 60 years, I will always remember him from our childhood days on Franklin and Norman Streets in Clinton. There is a special place in my heart for him. You might say that he was my first friend that I had. My deepest condolences to you, his famly and his sister Kathy.
Condolence: Dear Mary,
Bill was a wonderful person and was very kind and friendly to me. He was always very positive and encouraging about my running around the reservoir. I enjoy the “exhibit” he put up around the house about the history of Clinton and the reservoir and I learn so much from it. He was also very funny and always had a big smile when he saw me. He will not be forgotten, and will be greatly missed. My deepest sympathies to you and your family. Mei Leung
Condolence: Bill's legacy will survive long after his passing. His efforts on behalf of our town are memorable. From co-founding Old Home Days to his work on the Historical Society, his love of our community was commendable. My sympathies to the family.
Condolence: Bill was a champion of kids and the Clinton school bands. He was always willing to take a phone call to talk about the Clinton Anniversary parade or Olde Home Day or anything to do with social and civic gatherings in his cherished town. His smile and enthusiasm for life as well as his jest for making the community a better place was infectious!