Brought to you by
Dick Williams
Dick Williams (Photo: Art Rickerby/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

Dick Williams

This Guest Book will remain online permanently.
Add a message to the Guest Book
If you need help finding the right words, view our suggested entries for ideas.

Back to Personal Message


Add a photo to your message (optional)
Preview Entry
January 29, 2015
Cancel

Please don't submit copyrighted work; original poems, songs or prayers welcomed.

Legacy.com reviews all Guest Book entries to ensure appropriate content. Our staff does not correct grammar or spelling. Privacy Policy | Terms of Use
Select up to 10 photos to add to the photo gallery.

Select a candle
*Please select a candle
Preview Entry
January 29, 2015
Cancel

Please don't submit copyrighted work; original poems, songs or prayers welcomed.

Legacy.com reviews all Guest Book entries to ensure appropriate content. Our staff does not correct grammar or spelling. Privacy Policy | Terms of Use
July 07, 2011
You brought Baseball fans joy for many years. May you rest in Peace and may your family be comforted
July 07, 2011
R I P
July 07, 2011
Dick Williams was the architect of the first lasting sports memory that I have. Not only that, but on the late afternoon of 10/1/67, I saw my father as unabashedly happy as I've EVER seen him. That 1967 Red Sox season, which redefined the franchise, is one huge reason (along with the Big Bad Bruins teams of the late '60's) why I became the rabid fan of Boston pro sports that I've been for the last 40+ years. RIP, RHW.
July 07, 2011
Thank You Dick for all you did for our beloved Red Sox, you will never be forgotten. God Bless You
July 07, 2011
Thanks for giving many of us Red Sox fans the first World Series team of our life. We'll NEVER forget the Impossible Dream 1967!
July 07, 2011
Thanks for the memories Dick.
July 07, 2011
I lived in San Diego in 1984 and was a huge Padres fan. Dick took them to the playoffs where they met the Cubs in a 5 game series for the right to play in the World Series. The Padres lost the first game in Chicago 13-0 and also lost the second game there too. The needed to win all three games in San Diego and, thanks to some key hits by Steve Garvey and others, they won all three games and played Detroit in the Series which unfortunately they lost in 5 games. Dick was a great manager and also a great man and I would like to pass along my condolences to his family and friends. RIP Dick, and thanks for the memories....

©2015 Legacy.com. All rights reserved. Guest Book entries are free and are posted after being reviewed for appropriate content. If you find an entry containing inappropriate material, please contact us.