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Fred B. Williams

March 22, 1940November 14, 2021

Fred B. Williams of Craigville and Southborough succumbed to pancreatic cancer on Sunday November 14, 2021. He was surrounded by his loving family.

Son of Fred and Mary B. Williams of Marlborough, he attended Georgetown University and BC Law School, after which he joined his father’s law practice in Marlborough, MA. He recognized the need for community service and was a member and president of the Southborough Library Board of Trustees for 32 years. In this position, he was responsible for a major addition to the building as well as making the library more accessible to the town.

He was also an avid sailor who loved sailing and racing his Wianno Senior and Beetlecat. He also served as treasurer of the Hyannis Port Yacht Club for over 30 years.

He is survived by his loving wife Lee Williams, his two sons Todd and Mark Williams, as well as his two granddaughters Annabelle and Abigail Williams.

He will be remembered for his compassionate character, his love of family and his loyal friendships.

A celebration of life will take place at Our Lady of Victory on December 6, 2021 at 11 AM followed by interment at Beechwood Cemetery.

  • FAMILY

  • Fred and Mary B. Williams of Marlborough, Parents
  • Lee Williams, Loving Wife
  • Todd Williams, Son
  • Mark Williams, Son
  • Annabelle and Abigail Williams., Granddaughters
  • He is survived by his loving wife Lee Williams, his two sons Todd and Mark Williams, as well as his two granddaughters Annabelle and Abigail Williams.

Services

6 December

A Celebration of Life

11:00 am

Our Lady Of Victory

230 S Main Street
Centerville, MA 02632

6 December

Interment

Beechwood Cemetery


Centerville, Massachusetts

Memories

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Kathleen Caldera

November 18, 2021

We remember seeing Fred as he attended to Lee’s gardens and his always green grass. He has a true green thumb and there were never any weeds. The gardens were beautiful and a joy for the community. We shall miss seeing Fred and Lee on their walks still holding hands. We extend our sincere sympathies to Lee and her family. Peter and Kathleen Caldera, Tom and Stephanie Greene, John and Barbara Greene, Michael Greene, Sabina and Bob Troy, and Maureen and Ed Martin.

Thomas McNulty

November 17, 2021

Fred, Brian to many of us, joined his dad’s firm as a young lawyer but he was his own man who set his own course and the course was always true. He navigated the competitive and sometimes stormy worlds of law and sailing honorably with dignity, grace, and humble humor. Both are poorer for his loss. Proud to call him colleague; prouder still to call him friend. Fair winds and fair tides on your heavenly journey, my friend. We wish you Godspeed. Thom and Maureen (Linehan) McNulty

Pamela Danforth

November 17, 2021

Condolences to all the Williams family. Rest In Peace Fred. With prayers and love, The Danforth and Underwood families.

Linda Berthiaume (Delgreco)

November 17, 2021

Brian was my dad’s lawyer, our family business lawyer and my lawyer and yet he was so much more. His guidance was always there. He was a true friend. His family is in my prayers. I am very sad He is not here to call, to talk with, to get advice, but I am joyful he is with our Lord and he knows no pain only Joy.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY