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“I was so very sorry to hear of Bill's passing. He was a classy gentleman. A real sweet person- well read, well traveled and a great singer. He...Read More »
1 of 20 | Posted by: Janet Conlon - Buffalo Grove, IL

“A wonderful person, and a great singer. Will miss you, Bill, please say hello to all our old friends on the other side. God bless. ”
2 of 20 | Posted by: Ted Georgaklis - Boston, MA

“We miss you Billy. Always a smile, and a great meaningful hug! You epitomized the era of music you enjoyed - a true timeless class act! I will miss...Read More »
3 of 20 | Posted by: Debra Jennings - south easton, MA

“Thank you, Bill, for being there as a Supervisor (at work). I did have many and you were one of the best.Prayers going out to all this day. ”
4 of 20 | Posted by: Arlene Hewson - Lynn, MA

“I count on the fingers of one hand those I have met who never said a bad thing about anyone else. Bill was one. I shall miss his singing. No one was...Read More »
5 of 20 | Posted by: Gordon Hurd - Wareham, MA

“Bill will be terribly missed. It was always wonderful to see him -- he would always come up to me with a welcoming smile and a kiss. What a gentle,...Read More »
6 of 20 | Posted by: V. V. Martin - Palm Desert, CA

“Bill thank you for your patience and kindness towards me. No matter how much work you had on your desk, you always took time to speak and laugh with...Read More »
7 of 20 | Posted by: Lorraine LeBlanc - South Boston, MA

“Billy, the word that keeps coming to mind: perfection. You were the perfect son, brother, uncle, nephew, friend, godfather and most special cousin....Read More »
8 of 20 | Posted by: A friend

“Bill, so many many happy memories of our childhood spent on Allen Road. You were always so sweet, kind and generous. We had so much fun together...Read More »
9 of 20 | Posted by: Debbie Norville - Zephyrhills, FL

“Bill always had a smile no matter how bad he was feeling.When he sang you could hear a pin drop, had a wonderful voice. I feel lucky to have been...Read More »
10 of 20 | Posted by: Sayre Gorodetsky - Brookline, MA

“Bill will always be the kindest person I've ever met. I will miss his smile and laugh and passion for life. ”
11 of 20 | Posted by: Susan Stedman - Friend

“Billy, You were the big brother to us growing up you taught us comedy, big bands,singing and dancing your laughter was contagious you guided us and...Read More »
12 of 20 | Posted by: Sheila Bates/ Gerard - Millis, MA

“in honor of Bill who lived life to the fullest! ”
13 of 20 | Posted by: Valerie McGaughey - Bridgewater, MA

“My cousin Billy was one of the most kindest and thoughtful young man I ever had the pleasure to know.He had a great life with his family and friends...Read More »
14 of 20 | Posted by: valerie Ronald family Mcgaughey/Fernandes - MA

“God bless your family .. Heaven has a new angel on its way.. ”
15 of 20 | Posted by: Lorne Mcguinness - Brockton, MA

“Bill's laugh lit up a room. We had many laughs together working at the DOL. I will miss him. My thoughts and prayers to Bill's family. So sorry...Read More »
16 of 20 | Posted by: Natasha Ashe - Framingham, MA

“Bill and I were in the High school chorus together, did musicals, attended shows, and he was my junior prom date in 1976. I was looking forward to...Read More »
17 of 20 | Posted by: Jenny Senier - Bossier City, LA

“My thoughts and prayers are with Bill's family. May he Rest In Peace. ”
18 of 20 | Posted by: Kim Ferretti Keith - Mashpee, MA

“I will always cherish our childhood memories and the many things we did together as we grew up. You had a full life as an adult with your family &...Read More »
19 of 20 | Posted by: Peter Lizio

“My deepest condolences for your loss. Bill Fisher was the kindest and most wonderful man. I'm so privileged to have known him. This man brought so...Read More »
20 of 20 | Posted by: Joseph Berry - Winchester, MA

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BOSTON——William D. Fisher, 58, of Boston, formerly of Easton, died Monday, October 2, 2017 at Massachusetts General Hospital after a period of failing health.

Born in Pawtucket, RI., a son of Jean P. (Makris) Fisher of Easton and the late Delmar A. "Sammy" Fisher Jr. he was raised in Easton and was a 1977 graduate of Oliver Ames High School. He continued his education at Northeastern University in Boston earning a bachelors degree in political science.

William was employed as a communications director for US Department of Labor Office of Workers Compensation, Government Center, in Boston. He retired in 2016.

William was a world traveler who enjoyed singing at Club Cafe in Boston. He was an avid trivia player who would often discuss politics and appreciated fine dining and dancing. He was devoted to his family and friends.

In addition to his mother he is survived by his siblings, Deborah St. John and her husband Daniel of Easton, Penelope Brennan and her husband Stephen of Canton, Carol Maxon and her husband Charles of Norwood, Virginia Traudt and her husband Richard of FL., Sharon Washwell of Bridgewater, Wayne Fisher and his wife Elizabeth of Holbrook, Daniel Fisher and his wife Jane of Oklahoma and Darlene Fisher of Norwood; also survived by several nieces and nephews. He was also the uncle of the late Nicole St. John and brother-in-law of the late John Washwell.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral on Friday at 9:00 a.m. from Kane Funeral Home & Cremation Services 605 Washington Street (Rte.138) Easton, followed by a funeral Mass at 10:00 a.m. in the Immaculate Conception Church, Easton. Visiting hours on Thursday from 4-8 p.m. In lieu of flowers donations in William's memory may be sent to the American Red Cross, 139 Main Street, Cambridge, MA. 02142. For directions or condolences visit