Condolence & Memory Journal

I'm so sorry to hear of Al's passing. He was a great friend during our high school years❤ My heartfelt sympathies to all of Al's family and friends.

Posted by Joyce Manning    August 13, 2020

Dear Jeanne and family, and Jean and Ruth,
In recent conversation with George, I was told of Al's death. I am so sorry, and I send you all my prayers and heartfelt sympathy. God bless you,
Elaine Ojala

Posted by Elaine Ojala - Taunton, MA   August 07, 2020

so sorry for your loss. Al was a colleague at Oregon. A fine man and wonderful friend

Posted by Dan Wheeler - Anderson Island, WA - Classmate   August 06, 2020

Al was such a great person, role model and friend. He will be missed greatly. He touched a lot lives and made a difference in this world. I for one will miss him.

Posted by Sam Lankford - Fresno, CA - Friend   August 06, 2020

Our deepest sympathies and prayers are sent to the Williams family. Al was a wonderful man and great mentor to our son Eric who with his guidance attained Eagle Scout for Troop 25. His leadership, learning lessons and respect for the Boys in Scouts was always admired and appreciated.

Posted by Lynne Ames - West Bridgewater, MA - Friend   August 06, 2020

He was a wonderful guy from a wonderful family.

God's blessing on you all in this time of grief.

Charles Nelson and Family

Posted by Charles Nelson - Friend   August 05, 2020

Jeanne, David and Elizabeth,

I am so sorry for your loss. Al was one of the most kindest people, he understood the Scouts and he knew how to guide them into making the right choice and not just telling them.

My heart and prayers goes out to the entire Williams family and Troop 25.
May the good Lord hold you all in his arms at this trying time.

Gene Santorelli
Boy Scouts

Posted by Gene Santorelli - Holbrook, MA - Family Friend   August 04, 2020

Jeanne,
I heard about your husband's passing from Mrs. Arnold when I was visiting my parents last weekend. I'm so sorry for your loss. Sending lots of love and prayers for you and your family.
Kathy

Posted by Kathy (Walsh) Hanson - Hampton Falls, NH - Friend   August 04, 2020

Jeanne, David and Liz,
We are so sorry for your loss. To say that Al left a big imprint on both of my boys through Boy Scouts would be an understatement. He was interesting, intelligent and there was nothing Al couldn't do. May the warm and loving memories that you have of your husband and father help you to find comfort in your terrible loss.

Posted by Danielle Ross - West Bridgewater, MA - Family Friend   August 03, 2020

Al was a quiet man who only spoke when he had something worthwhile to say. He didn't outwardly display affection but you knew if he loved or liked you. Over the past thirty years he was a part of our family. He and our daughter Jeannie gave us two incredible grandchildren of whom he was so proud. I am thankful his suffering is over for him and his loved ones. So another piece of our family is missing but we are strong and will continue on with all our memories. He will not be forgotten. RIP

Posted by Ruth Gately - Waltham, MA - Family   August 03, 2020

My deepest condolences to the family of Al Williams at this difficult time.
Al was our waterfront director at Camp Squanto and a very professional staff member. His example was one of his great traits. He was a kind and gentle man who exemplified the true spirit of Scouting and the Spirit of Squanto.
May he rest in God's special place prepared for him.

Posted by Joseph Piche - Friend   August 03, 2020

Jeanne, David and Liz
You are in my prayers and in my heart at this time. May the Holy Spiit wrap His loving arms around you
Love
Jean Skelly

Posted by Jean Skelly - Wareham, MA - Friend   August 02, 2020

Dear Jeanne and family,
Deepest sympathy to hear Al passed away. Thoughts and prayers to you David and Elizabeth during this sadness. Sincerely Christine Courtney (Tom s cousin)

Posted by Christine COURTNEY - BERKLEY, MA - Friend   August 02, 2020