Condolence & Memory Journal

Bill was a very thoughtful friend. He made a plaque for me when I gave a Mother's Day sermon. As I recall he was also a coin collector and showed me some of his collection that he brought to share with another collector. And then there was his work ethic as he was continuing till recently. May he now have the peace of the Lord and the joy of eternity as his reward!

Posted by Willaim Locke - Brentwood, TN - Friend   December 01, 2020

Bill, my sunday "hug" buddy. I looked forward to that each week at church during meet and greet. You will be missed by your Green Street Family. Give Paulette a hug for me.


Posted by Marie Morrow - everett, MA - Friend   November 30, 2020

Uncle Bill was indeed a gentle giant. His grand appearance was matched by his unabated kindness. Uncle Bill never missed a chance to display his quick wit and share his hearty laugh. I will always be grateful for how Uncle Bill fueled my imagination with stories about shipwrecks, lost treasures, and the chronicles of Edward Rowe Snow. Uncle Bill shared with me his passion for history and taught me that family is the ultimate treasure. Thank you, Uncle Bill. You will be in my heart forever. May you and Auntie Paulette rest in peace.

Posted by Matt Wisnaskas - Rehoboth, MA - Family   November 25, 2020

I will always remember my Uncle Bill as a gentle giant. I was terribly frightened by his height and over the years found him to be a mild mannered and thoughtful man. I'm lucky to have been his niece and celebrate his reunion with his beloved Auntie Paulette.

Posted by Pattie Kelly - Tarrytown, NY - Family   November 21, 2020