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William A. Moreau

Southwick, Massachusetts

1948 - 2017

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William A. Moreau, 69, of Southwick passed away September 19, 2017 at West Haven VA Hospital in West Haven, CT. William, son of the late Roland Moreau and Mabel (Dahlke) Nicholson, was born in Springfield on March 14, 1948. He was a graduate of Springfield Technical High School, Class of 1966 and...

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Bill and I met through business, but we quickly became good friends. I will always remember a particular golf event, helping Bill to learn the sport. He ailed to gain an interest, however, we had a great time. Bill will be deeply missed.

I am so saddened to hear that Mr. Moreau passed away. I only knew him for a very short time here in CT, but we clicked - he was a really cool, good guy. We laughed, shared stories...he talked about the loves of his life - his kids and his fiancé. And his car, can't forget the car. I had no idea what he was saying about the car but he spoke with such enthusiasm - I nodded my head with, "uh huh," and "wow." His kids were "thriving"; his fiancé was his...

I am saddened to hear of Bill's passing. We shared a strong team relationship in working together at Scapa, North America. We often spoke of our boating experiences and I was very impressed with the work he personally did to restore his 240Z. Bill was a down to earth guy and we will miss him.

Tom

i was so sorry to hear of Bill's passing. He was a cousin of my late husband but I felt he was my cousin too. Mabel, Rolland, Denny and Bill were all wonderful people. The day my husband Ron and I were married, Bill, who was 12 at the time asked me to dance. He was a gentlemen back then and it continued throughout his life. Bill was always there for our family in Adams too. He was such a special person.
Bill will be missed by many, that includes the Favreau family as well..

I am so very sorry to hear this. I knew him a very short time. He was a really cool guy - fun to talk to, loved his family, his car. We shared some laughs. So very sorry for your loss. Wishing you comfort.

It was our privilege to have had Bill in our lives for 10 years. He quickly became a part of our family. He was kind to all but especially to our 85 year old mother ( and dad before his passing). It was impossible to know Bill and not love and respect him. You will be missed Bill.

Dawn ( Zononi) Disbrow