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William P. Ward

Bloomfield, Connecticut

1943 - 2018 (Age 75)

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William Patrick Ward, 75, of Bloomfield, passed away at home with his family on August 22, 2018, following a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. He was born in Norwich, son of the late John and Alma (Morin) Ward, on February 9, 1943. He was a 1960 graduate of the Norwich Free Academy and a...

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I had the privilege of getting to know Bill during our many years of working with NASCSA together. Bill was one of the more important contributors to NASCSA and is sorely missed. Bill and I especially bonded over our mutual love of '60s rock music. Bill himself was a tremendous musician. My heartfelt condolences to Phyllis and the family.

Oh wow! That was my first thought and I'm so sorry to hear this news. My condolences to the Ward Family.

I first worked with Bill closely in the mid-80's when he was the Director of the Drug Control Unit in CT. and I was a Supervisory Investigator for the DEA in Boston - covering much of New England. Bill could always - repeat - always be counted on to help me and to work together collaboratively on projects (New England Conference for Drug Control Officials) and...

So sorry to hear about this, I knew Bill was a great guy from the first time I met him.

I send my best wishes to the Ward family. Bill was my sister's age, and I went to school with Cynthia. I remember all of us in the neighborhood walking to NFA together. And of course, our days at St. Patrick's were very special. I did not know Cindy was in Maine. So sorry for your loss.

Kathy Mahoney LaTour

I'm so sad to hear of Jiggy's passing. When I was a little girl, I absolutely adored him and I always will.
Sissy
Dorothy (Stott) Clark
www.griswoldart.org

Bill was a terrific person, his contributions of time and talent to NASCSA will be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to Phyliss and family.

I have known Bill since October 2002 when I came to the Department of Consumer Protection as Director of Liquor Control. Bill was my direct supervisor as Chief of Enforcement for the entire department. He was smart, able, hard-working, and terrific role model. He will be missed. My prayers and thoughts go out to his family

Bill will be greatly missed. I always appreciated his sense of humor, curiosity, and insight. Thoughts and Prayers to Phyllis and the entire family.

Phylilis and family. I have known Bill for many years and work with him with NASCSA and it was such a fun time. Hugs and prayers to all of you during this time. God Bless