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William C. "Bill" LeClerc Jr. 1935 - 2013

William C. "Bill" LeClerc Jr.

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December 16, 2013
Bill you will be sorely missed by all. Your friendship, knowledge and talent will be a great loss to all of us.
December 16, 2013
Hey Billy, Sure am going to miss you & your sense of humor. You were always a good friend & quick to help out anyone who needed it whether it be your expertise or just a physical hand. All of us at W. Mass Wood Turners & Central New England Turners will miss your dedication, profession-alism, mentoring & just good times to have with us. We will be leaving an empty seat at table for you at Bertucc'is - knowing you will be there with us in spirit. Will keep looking for that awesome M.O.A.B. ( Mother Of All Burls - a phrase that I think you coined originally ) & thinking of you when we turn - rest easy my friend & remember to keep the light on for us . My heartfelt regards to Dolores & Family, Friends , and all those who loved Bill as we did. It's a shame that we all never really get to tell someone how we feel about them while they are with us - guess we always think that there are plenty of tomorrows for that !
December 16, 2013
Bill is already sadly missed as a member of our weekly hiking group. He delighted in exploring the old growth forests of western Mass with several of his wood turning buddies, and we all shared the fun, excitement, and inspiration that discovering giant old trees brings.
Bill also gave his time selflessly to help newcomers to the craft of woodturning, and did so with humor and a gentle, encouraging way.
Always quick to joke and laugh, Bill was just one of those down-to-earth guys who asked little more of life than to let him enjoy the company of friends, and spend the day learning something new.
It was my privilege to become fast friends with Bill, and to spend many days with him over the last few years exploring and appreciating our forests. And Bill did learn to quickly identify one tree species in particular, the sugar maple.... "That's the one with the sap bucket hanging on it".
Happy trails, Bill.

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