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September 23, 2018

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November 14, 2017
Willie was such a nice and warm man, he was a great neighbor and we are going to miss him a lot at the beach.
November 13, 2017
I remember Bill's dad was the coach of our St. Charles baseball team and Bill was a star player. In about the fourth or fifth grade I had the not so enviable task of boxing him when his scheduled opponent got sick and they needed a replacement. I think I lasted all three rounds but it was a real struggle. Bill had very quick hands. I attended Bellermine with him for two years as an SP commuter from San Carlos. I left after my sophomore year and haven't seen or heard about him since then. He was always a good athlete, very competitive, and it sounds like he grew up to be a fine fellow. Those Notre Dame nuns who were our teachers really did a fine job with all of us.
November 8, 2017
As a young high school graduate of Mercy High School, I worked
for William J. Connolly Sr. at Connolly & Farbstein in 1956. William Jr. does resemble his father. I remember my first job as a legal secretary fondly.