…because time and unexpected events overtake them all. For man does not know his time. Just as fish are caught in an evil net and birds are caught in a trap, so the sons of men are ensnared in a time of disaster, when it suddenly overtakes them (Eccl. 9:11,12). The hope is your families and friends trust the God of comfort in these tragic times. Prayers for the lost of William C. "Billy" Bonardi III to you and yours go out.
Mr. and Mrs. Bonardi, I just learned of the loss of your son. Bill worked for me in the Professional Relations Department at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island from '95-'97. He was an excellent young analyst, always willing to learn more and help others. I remember his passion for football spiced up many office conversations. Again, my condolences. Troy Pappas, Mt. Laurel NJ
Dear Bill and Mrs. Bonardi, although I never had the honor and privilege of meeting your son, his name always comes up when Bill and I go to lunch. When I go to St. Ann's Cementary to visit my parents grave, I always stop by and visit the Station Memorial and say a prayer for Billy. I have an only son also and cannot imagine what it would be like to lose him. You are all in my daily prayers. Sincerely and respectfully submitted David Sasso
Billy I always remember you coming to our family get togethers,always making things fun.You were always a very nice guy! May you rest in Peace with the Good Lord for eternity
Bill and Dorothy, He was a great guy, He is watching over you and I think of him and you both often. sandy Brayton
Bill and Dorothy,
I will never know the grief and horror both of you must have experienced when you heard that Billy had died in that tragic fire. Please know that both of you are in my prayers and that Billy is in Heaven still looking out for both of you.