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I had the pleasure of working with Bill at Midwest Research and later at FTN Equity Capital Markets where he earned the sobriquet "Billy Two Times" for his penchant of repeating himself to make a point. I never met a kinder and gentler should than Bill. We shared many laughs together. Every time I spoke to Bill I left with a smile on my face.

My deepest condolences to Bill's family.

Manolo


Posted by: Manolo Teijelo - Ocean Grove, NJ - Friend   May 15, 2018

I was very sad to read of William's passing. I remember him well as a first grader at Broadmeadow. Hie was a good student and he was enjoyable to teach. My sincerest symlpathy to his mom, Margaret whom I also remember.


Posted by: Connie Owens    May 15, 2018

I was very sad to hear of William's passing. I remember him well as a little first grader at Broadmeadow and he as my student.


Posted by: A friend   May 15, 2018

I was stunned and saddened to learn of Bill's passing. He was such a genuine person and always brought laughter to the office. He will be greatly missed in the office.

So very sorry for your loss.


Posted by: Mary Conroy - Walpole, MA - Coworker   May 15, 2018

I've worked on / off with Bill for the past 5 years in my analyst relations role here at IBM. In the past 12 months, we've worked much more closely together as Bill focused on Blockchain exclusively. Bill was a true delight to work with - he was just as much a friend as a colleague. Bill would text me at any time - day or night, sharing a tidbit of something he learned. or asking how he could connect

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Posted by: Holly Hilbrands - NC - Coworker   May 15, 2018

He was a friend of my brothers (Dave) and he was nice and always made me laugh


Posted by: Ann Gale - Simpsonville, SC - friend   May 14, 2018

Lillian and I are so saddened to hear of Bill's death. What a terrible shock.

We will be praying for all of you.


Posted by: Christen M Varley - Akron, OH - Family Friend   May 14, 2018

It has taken me at least four days to write this, as i was so sad to hear of Bill's passing. My heartfelt condolences to his family and friends - he was so proud of you all. I will always remember his passion for his field, Mr. Blockchain I called him, and recall his great sense of humour as I sent him cartoons and jokes. My organization used him for a number of speaking opportunities, and everyone just loved having

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Posted by: Cindy Morgan-Olson - Hoboken, NJ - Friend   May 14, 2018

Caroline, Annie, & Marie- The thoughts and prayers of the entire Weston Memorial Pool Staff and Weston Recreation Staff are with you during this difficult time. Although we did not personally know your Dad, we know that he must have been great because of the three wonderful daughters that he raised.


Posted by: Weston Recreation Memorial Pool Staff - Weston, MA   May 14, 2018

Incredibly sad to hear of Bill's passing. I worked with him at Celent/Oliver Wyman. Bill always took the time to have a friendly conversation, share information, ask about family, and beam with pride when he talked about his daughters. It was nice to meet his Mom when he'd bring her to the BSO events. My sincerest condolences to all who knew and loved him. He won't be forgotten.
RIP, Bill xo


Posted by: Valerie Sachetta - Boston, MA - Coworker   May 14, 2018