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1946 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
WIlliam Mattie Obituary
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August 17, 2018

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November 28, 2017
So sorry for the loss of Billy. He was always so much fun to be with. I was very lucky to have seen him almost every week when I was a little girl. My dad would take me for a ride to go see Billy either at the tile store or to the house to see everybody especially my dad's Aunt Frances. I pray Billy and my dad are now together once again. They weren't just cousins but true friends. With lots of love. Mitzie
November 28, 2017
He will definitely be missed, and absolutely remembered as a good guy. Sometimes, I find myself wanting to head over to hardware to see what he's up to, and hear his latest joke. Godspeed, Bill...I'll see you around.
November 27, 2017
Bill will truly be missed. Nobody loved Home Depot more than him. I'm grateful to have been able to work with Viv and him.
November 26, 2017
My Uncle Bill was the best uncle anyone could ever have, the perfect mix of friend and protector. Uncle Bill treated my sister and me like we were his children and cared for us, usually sparing no expense, with the utmost kindness and love. He was there for us all the time, every birthday, dance recital, sunday drives sometimes to Weiner World in MA. Then there were times when we ate out and when he sat sideways he was angry, but it was so funny to us and we would all laugh. There was never a doubt that he loved us and we loved him. It was hard seeing him lose his leg and his mobility beacuse he loved being out and socializing. I am so happy that he had grandchildren to love. I would listen to the same stories about his grandkids because I knew how much he loved to talk about them. Uncle Bill I miss you and I cherish you always! I wish I could tell you thanks fir the bagel, Bill' and see your smile one more time. I am only relieved because you are at peace. Tammy