William Francis Furey

Lowell, Massachusetts


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William Francis Furey -- lifelong Lowell resident; 76 -- LOWELL -- William Francis (Bill) Furey, 76, a lifelong Belvidere resident, died Friday, June 28, 2013, at his home surrounded by his family after a long illness. He was the beloved husband of Helen J. (Bonczar) Furey. A son of the late...

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I worked for Bill at Temple Oil in the late 60's & early 70's. He was always very good to me and my family. Fond memories of helping in the pits at Star Speedway. Sorry to hear of his passing.

My & prayers go to Aunt Helen & my cousins Erin her husband Aaron, Lyn & Billy as well as my 2nd cousins Charolette,Claire & Bryan. I will miss Uncle Billy very much. He was a great man. May God Bless You all. Love, Kym

Words cannot express the sadness Leo and I feel. The 4 of us go way back to the 60's . You and I shared an email once: "Life isn't about how to survive the Storm - but how to Dance in the Rain". You and Bill knew how to dance in the rain. Your life was full and was Love. All your sweet memories, your Faith, Family and Friends will always be with you. Love, Susan and Leo

I am saddened to learn of Billy's passing. Growing up near Shedd Park was wonderful, and Billy was a big part of my memories of so long ago. Billy is in my prayers, as are all his family.

May God Bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. I'm so sorry for your loss Helen. May he Rest in Peace.

Helen so sorry to hear about Bills passing I hope all your memories find you comfort

Dear Helen and family, please accept our deepest sympathy at the passing of your husband and father.

My prayers to Helen and the family,
Billy, I remember all the good times especially the parties on Rogers street celebrating Erin, Lyn, and Billy's births. I never saw a happier dad or proud mom (who did all the work) than on those special occasions. The birth dates in front of the garage will last long after my memories and I are gone. I'm sure Freddy Wright and Bobby Pappas right now have welcomed him home with old stories that will go on forever. So long for now until we meet...

To the Furey family. I am deeply sorry for your loss. I will always remember how well Bill treated me. He will be sadly missed.