Family Tribute:Bill was a wonderful son, brother, and friend. As the eldest of five sons, he was a role model for the others. His sense of humor, thoughtful nature, and desire to stay close to family and friends are traits for which he was greatly admired. Bill enjoyed this closeness with family and friends as he could always be counted on to call to say “Hi!”, send a humorous e-mail or plan a get-together. His ability to be a great friend is evidenced in the fact that maintained 20-year relationships with friends from Bryant College.
Bill enjoyed life. He enjoyed sharing his love of New York City with his family and friends, as he would always find interesting places around the city to visit and dine. In fact, he planned a particularly special party at Windows on the World for his mother’s 60th birthday. Bill’s love of life extended beyond New York City, as he was an avid traveler. He loved helping people with their own travel plans, as he was always available to give advice on where to go and what to see. His family is especially grateful for his planning of the family vacations.
Bill’s family will always remember him in their hearts and their daily thoughts. He will always be missed.