Vic Billings
1951 - 2021
BORN
1951
DIED
2021
FUNERAL HOME
Tighe-Hamilton Funeral Home
50 Central Street
Hudson, MA
Vic Billings of Winchendon, formerly of Boylston and Hudson, passed away unexpectedly at home on Tuesday, May 18, 2021. Vic was born on October 30, 1951, second son of the late C. Myron Billings and M. Marcella (Gibney) Billings. He was raised in Hudson, where he was a gifted student and proud member of the Hudson High hockey team. Vic graduated cum laude from the University of Notre Dame and subsequently received an MEd from Assumption College. After completing his education he worked as a 6th grade math and science teacher and hockey coach in the Clinton Public Schools. In 1986, Vic decided to start a new career as a self- employed carpenter, which he enjoyed until retirement. Vic valued his friends and family and always brought his smile and wit to all gatherings. Vic is survived by three siblings, Charlie Billings of Gloucester, Mary Sherman and her husband Pete of Franklin and John Billings of Acton; 1 nephew, 2 nieces and many cousins. All are welcome to attend a Graveside Prayer Service at 12 pm on Wednesday, May 26, 2021 at Forestvale Cemetery in Hudson, MA. Please visit: www.tighehamilton.com for the complete obituary.
Published by The Marlborough Enterprise from May 22 to May 27, 2021.
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Hudson, MA
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Charlie, Mary, and John
I am at a loss for words. I first met Vic in Little League in the early 60's and that was the beginning of a life long friendship. We went to different elementary schools but reunited in Jr High I wasn't in any classes with him because he was always in the Smarty Pants Classes but our paths crossed on the Football and Baseball fields of Hudson, mostly as Teammates. We really became partners in crime during HHS Graduation Senior Week . By weeks end our crew ( Bobby J. Rocky and Dave Flood) knew Vic's Graduation Day speech as well as he did....lol Although we
went our separate ways to Collage we would reconvene most of the crew each summer to Party On, much to all of our parents dismay.
For a short time in the mid 70's we lived together on Gates Ave.
Over the years we all went our separate ways, but each time I was in Hudson for a visit or reunion Vic would always make time for me to Take a Ride while visiting him and your family. Remember the Bee Sting at your house Mary.. lol. Well I guess I wasn't at a loss for words after all.
I have many Fond memories of our times together and wish that we had more time to make more. I will miss his rides, our lunches, playing cards with the friends, and his Laugh . Rest in Peace my Friend. We will meet again. Love to you all in your time of sorrow.....Rico
pat muscati
Friend
May 23, 2021
Mary, Pete and Family, We were so sorry to read of Vic's death. The loss of a sibling is so difficult for those left behind. May the many good memories of Vic bring you comfort at this time. Sincerely, Tim and Peggy Golden
Tim and Peggy Golden
Other
May 23, 2021
I just spoke with Vic last weekend. What a wonderful and truly loving person. My heart is broken. Rest In Peace,Vic. May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Carol Lydiatt
Friend
May 22, 2021
So sorry for your families loss. It's been many years since we spoke but I always remember your larger than life smile and hearty laugh. RIP my Little League Giants 1st baseman.
Gary Gannon
Friend
May 21, 2021
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