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William M. (Bill) Dimbat

DIMBAT William (Bill) M. passed away at The Vitas Hospice Wing of U-Miami Hospital in Miami, FL. Sept 19th at 11:55 AM at the age of 70. Bill is predeceased by his mother, Dorothy Jeanette (Beisgen) Dimbat of Stuart, FL and his father John Frederick Dimbat of Greenport, NY. Bill is lovingly remembered by his two daughters, Mary Kindell Dimbat of Key Largo and Kelly Marcora Dimbat of Billerica, MA, their mother Mary Lynn (Marcora) Hatch of Billerica, MA, his grandchildren Jonathon, Rosie and James, his brother John and his wife Janet Dimbat of Palm City, FL and his sister Arlene Hubbard of Greenport, NY as well as his seven nieces and nephews June (Hubbard) Harris, Sue (Hubbard) Fore, George Hubbard, Lynne (Hubbard) Dickson, Richard Hubbard, John Dimbat Jr. and Diane Dimbat.William Dimbat was born in Greenport, NY in 1942. He spent most of his childhood on Long Island and Up-State NY. In 1961 he went on to join the Army. He served six years in the Army and was stationed at Okinawa and present in Vietnam during the Vietnam War. He was married from 1970 to 1984. Bill always loved Boston, MA. He lived in Massachusetts during the early 70's and again from 1980 until he retired from Digital Equipment Corp in 1993. After a short visit to the Florida Keys he quickly moved to Islamorada to pursue his love for computers there. He worked as a self-employed computer repair technician servicing the Upper Keys of Florida for the past 20 years. He was known to many of his clients as Dr. Bill Dimbat. He resided at Sea Breeze Trailer Park for most of his residency in Islamorada and he will be greatly missed by many residents through-out the community.Bill enjoyed cooking, playing computer games, reading sci-fi books, watching movies and staying up to date with all the latest electronic gadgets. At the deceased's request, there will be no formal funeral service. A special remembrance will be held on November 5th, 2013 at Walt Disney World Orlando, FL. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Upper Keys Humane Society. Condolences for the family may be offered online at William.dimbat.muchloved.com

Published in Florida Keys Keynoter / Reporter from Sept. 27 to Oct. 3, 2013
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