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William M. Flood

1946-2012 PITTSFIELD William M. Flood, 65, of Taylor Street, passed away on July 16, 2012 at Berkshire Medical Center.

Born September 9, 1946 in Worcester Mass., was the son of William and Florence Steele Flood, he attended Worcester Schools graduating in 1964, then entered the United States Air Force in 1966, and fought in the Vietnam era and attained the rank of Sergeant.

Bill worked for the Red Cross for many years then, as a sexton at Zion's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Pittsfield for 25 years retiring in 2011. Bill was a long time member of the AA, was very supportive and helpful of other members and tried to help as much as possible for their recovery. His hobbies were restoring antiques, refinishing and Caning furniture, Gold Leafing antique frames and did all kinds of handy work. He was well known for being available to do anything to help those around him. He was a longtime member of the Zion's Evangelical Lutheran Church, was an avid Golfer, played in the Charity golf game for Civitan at Pittsfield Country Club every year, he was also an amateur magician.

Bill leaves a daughter Kristen A. Martin and her husband of Millbury Mass., Sister Patricia Ballard of Worcester Mass., and two Grandchildren.

FUNERAL NOTICE: A memorial Service and a celebration of life for Bill will be held at Zion's Evangelical Lutheran Church First Street Pittsfield, MA 01201 on Sunday August 19, 2012 at 2:30 p.m., with the Rev. Timothy Weisman, pastor and Rev Dr.. Peter Boehringer former Pastor officiating. Following Cremation burial will take place in Worcester MA, with his family.

There will be no calling hours, in lieu of flowers donations can be made to Zion's Evangelical Lutheran Church in his memory. WELLINGTON FUNERAL HOME 220 EAST STREET PITTSFIELD MA is in charge of arrangements.
Published in The Berkshire Eagle on Aug. 2, 2012
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