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Ralph Renzi Obituary
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December 03, 2016

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December 03, 2016

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October 18, 2015
Ralph Renzi was a Williamstown and Williams College Icon. A fine father and husband. He was quite an athlete in his day and he passed that ability on to his son, Mark. If there were ever a position of Mayor of Spring Street, it would be his. Roger at the barber shop was a very close second. Mr. Renzi will be missed.
October 17, 2015
My, my, Ralph enjoyed a long and productive life! His quiet presence (as I remember when I ran into him) belied the dedication and hardwork to expand the minds and lives of both Williamstown "natives" and residents and many beyond those borders. I am thinking first of the "invention" of the Summer Theatre in the early 1950's. Although I was a toddler, I tagged along with my Mother, Clarice, who joined the theatre activities in the early days as an actress, costumer and supporter of Ralph and the "other neighbors" who wanted a quality theatre in our area. As the years went on, Ralph and I spoke little but always nodded our heads toward each other at parties (at the Goodmans) or at the theatre and even at the bookstore. Ralph's imprint on the town and his role as someone to emulate will be sorely missed.
October 17, 2015
Sad news and without Ralph, the world is less in every which way
October 16, 2015
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