William Lee DePalma

June 13, 1982April 24, 2021

William Lee DePalma was born on June 13, 1982 and passed away on April 24, 2021 and is under the care of Fairhaven Memorial Services.

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William Lee DePalma

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Mark Branton

May 8, 2021

DePalma family,

I am so sorry to hear of the loss of such a great guy. Bill and I became friends in the early 2000's through the integration of mutual friend groups. Our group of mid-20's guys living in Boston spent every weekend together. Aside from the outgoing and fun guy we all knew and loved, we also were lucky to be the recipients of his warm heart and loyal friendship. While we all got busy in our lives on opposite coasts and may not have spoken as often, I am grateful to have had such an easy friendship where we could easily catch up as if no time had passed.

I know that words wont take the pain away but I hope you can find some solace in knowing that he was loved and positively impacted my life and those of our entire 'Boston crew'.

-Mark Branton

Gail DePalma

May 7, 2021

May Billy's memory be a blessing.

Victoria Towers

May 5, 2021

Billy.......My Soul Friend. My best friend. Rogue, Sully, Ruby and I WILL see you again.

Our lives will never be the same., until we meet again.

Rob Towers

May 1, 2021

Billy, my teammate, my brother between the pipes, a lifetime ago.... so sad to see this news.... love and prayers to the DePalma family...

Rick Glenn

May 1, 2021

Dear DePalma Family,

Although I only worked with Billy for a short while. I knew that every time we’re conducting business he would always make the best of the situation. Cracking jokes while taking care of businesses. Every person I know that knew of Billy, absolutely love him. Our family here at TruNorthe are here to contribute in any way. Please let us know.

-Rick Glenn

Kellie Ohr

May 1, 2021

Billy and I worked briefly together and he was always smiling and laughing and cracking jokes. We attended a luncheon together once and we got to know each other a bit, he definitely loved hockey!! I am heartbroken to hear of his passing, he will be remembered as the loving, fun, hard working man that he was. May we all find peace in knowing he made a great impact on many of his colleagues, clients, partners and friends, we all miss him and thank him for his friendship and genuinely loving demeanor. My sincere condolences to all those who know him and are missing him, he will be in our hearts always.

Joe Tiskus

April 29, 2021

My deepest condolences to the family of Billy. Another life taken way too soon. You will be missed my friend. I know we didn't really speak too much after highschool, but taking my son trick or treating in the old neighborhood and visiting with your folks and hearing them talk about you it felt like we were still young and growing up playing ball. Rest easy my friend!!!

Bob Dempsey

April 29, 2021

Sue and I were heartbroken about the passing of Billy. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Depalma and Franz family. Love Bob