Glenn A. Williams
1963 - 2021
Drozdal Funeral Home
120 Damon Road
Northampton, MA
Glenn A. Williams

Hatfield, MA — Glenn A. Williams, 58, of Hatfield, passed away unexpectedly at his home. He was born in Northampton on January 18, 1963, to the late Deane A. Williams and to Jeanette (Samson) Williams.

He was a graduate of Smith Vocational High School Carpentry Department. While Glenn was still in school and after graduation, he worked with his father perfecting his skills at the business of D.A. WILLIAMS Building Construction. Glenn was a highly skilled carpenter and cabinet maker who loved working with all kinds of wood, building many unique pieces of furniture. In his teenage years, Glenn enjoyed working side-by-side with his father restoring a 1930 Model A that his grandfather bought brand new in 1930.

Glenn loved fishing and biking and will be missed by his beloved cat Kiki, besides his mother Jeanette of Leeds, he leaves his four sons, Linwood, Adrian, and Eric Williams all of Leeds, and Kory Williams of Westhampton, sister's, Pamela LeBeau and her husband Roland of Chesterfield, Deana Williams of Haydenville, and Robin Pease and her husband Todd of South Deerfield, nephews; Chris LeBeau, Raymond Soucy, Cody and Wyatt Pease, nieces; Amy Bilicki and Tara Teed. He was predeceased by his father Deane in 2012.

There are no calling hours, and the funeral will be private and at the convenience of the family. Glenn will be buried next to his father in the Ashfield Cemetery, Ashfield, MA. DROZDAL FUNERAL HOME of Northampton has been entrusted with his services.

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Published by Daily Hampshire Gazette on Sep. 8, 2021.
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Jeannette and Deana, I am sorry to hear of Glenn's passing. While I do not recall meeting him, I am fond of the memories I have of you all living next door (renting from Larry) in the mid to late 90s. May you find peace in your memories.
Shannon Wade
September 16, 2021
Robin, I meet your brother through our friendship. Plus we shared a connection through the LaRochelle family. Glenn always had a smile on his face from years ago that his picture displayed. I´m sorry for you and your entire family´s loss.
Carolyn Safarik
September 15, 2021
Jeanette, so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family.
Yvonne Swinington
September 11, 2021
I was introduced to Glenn a few years back, had him use his woodworking skills in quite a few projects, he took pride in everything he did, always mentioned his dads teachings regarding carpentry skills, loved his Mom & Dad & family . Really going to miss Glenn and his great conversations. Godspeed my friend! Left us way to soon!
shelley szawlowski
September 9, 2021
Hard to believe. Rest in piece ole friend.
John Corbett
September 9, 2021
our heart goes out to all of you. and sorry for your loss. we love you and we loved him ,
eric and chris greg,josh ferry
September 8, 2021
Got to know Glenn over the past few years, he would do anything to help out someone. An exemplary carpenter who was the "handy man" of Hatfield. RIP Glenn.
Christopher Hoffman
September 8, 2021
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