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September 22, 2018

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February 12, 2018
My deepest sympathy to Bills family . A wonderful guy who had a great sense of humor . I will miss him.
February 9, 2018
Dear Taylor, Cole , Dylan , Dana and especially Tracy.

Words cannot express my sorrow at your loss of a true gentleman, Dad, scholar and just simply an all around great guy. I remember like it was yesterday Bill and Tracy at all the football games and the backyard parties! Bill may be gone from this life but he most certainly occupies a front row seat at the MTHSS Stadium and in all our hearts, for eternity.

Again my condolences to all of you and hang in there. Bill is most certainly looking down upon you with pride!

Lar
February 8, 2018
I rang the bell at Thacher's office on 42nd Street in October 2007 without an appointment. Bill opened the door, and after introducing myself he invited me in. He was easy to talk to. He introduced me to Joe and then Toby. To this day I don't blame him. We worked together on a variety of matters for eight years. He was easy to work with, and no matter what was going on, there was always humor and laughs. Some of my best days at Thacher were when Bill and I spent a day visiting construction sites and contractors on Staten Island and Brooklyn. On those days he repeatedly spoke of the great joy he felt watching his kids playing sports and other family time and events. He was a good guy who I had the pleasure of meeting and working with. May his family find comfort in memories of quality time spent together.