William "Bill" Maura

December 27, 1951April 13, 2019

It is with a heavy heart and profound sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved husband, father and best friend William "Bill" Maura on Aprill 13th, 2019. Bill was born Dec. 27,1951 to Francis Maura Sr. and Elizabeth (Catanzaro) Maura. He is survived by his wife, Faith Maura of Plainville, his son, John Walsh of Bristol, his brother, Frances (Jimmy) Maura of Rocky Hill, his beloved dog Mack and the cats. Bill grew up in Wethersfield, CT and graduated high school from Wethersfield High School, class of 1969. He retired from LIMRA in Windsor in January of 2018. His love for people and passion for technology carried him proudly through his 47 year career from the mail room to vice president. Outside of family and work, his biggest passions were The Beatles, Volkswagens and the Red Sox! Bill's fondest moments were picnics or dinners out with family and close friends, Red Sox games with his wife or son and family road trips often camping in one of his beloved VWs, either his Westfalia or Herbbie, his beloved 1967 sunroof Beetle always blasting The Beatles or the live Sox games on 1080AM radio. Everyone who's ever met Bill has been touched by his ability to listen, his unique ability to think outside of the box troubleshooting anything and pure compassion that could help heal anything anyone was going through. Calling hours will be held on Thursday, April 18th from 2-4:30pm at 444 Farmington Ave, New Britain, CT at the New Britain Memorial-Sagarino Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Bill's name to Protectors of Animals, 144 Main St. Unit O, East Hartford, CT. 06118


  • Celebration of Life Thursday, April 18, 2019
  • Memorial Service Thursday, April 18, 2019

William "Bill" Maura

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Robert Kaminsky

April 19, 2019

Faith, John and family, I would like to wish you all, my sincerest condolences on the loss of an Amazing Man. Billy was and always will be "Special"! He was always there for anyone, anywhere, anytime. His kindness, love and support to all, was boundless.

I first met Billy on Sigourney St. in Hartford, Ct., June 1976, as Joe Krukas brought me around the building introducing me to everyone at L.I.M.R.A. We came upon Billy outside the old computer room and before Joe had a chance to introduce me to him, Billy starts to tell us a joke, and before I knew it, I was L.M.A.O... He smiled at me as only Billy could do and I felt completely at ease...

He will be missed by me and by many others. I hope one day our paths cross again... You are my shining star!

fred Maura

April 18, 2019

Sorry to here of the passing of cousin bill.
He was always friendly never had a bad thing to say about anyone.
He will be missed

David Salmoiraghi

April 17, 2019

Faye & John, our sincere condolences on the passing of Bill; he was a great boss, and a greater man. When I told Bill our daughter Ting Ting was learning about and liking the Beatles in school, Bill sent her 2 Beatles CD's. I know these CD's will be appreciated more as time goes by, and we will all think of Billy every time we hear the Beatles.

Dave, Pat, & Ting Ting Salmoiraghi

Christine McGregor

April 17, 2019

Bill was always the one to go to if something need fixing He was always cheerful talented and a hard worker.

Curtis Hill

April 16, 2019

My heartfelt condolences to Faye, John and the entire Maura family. Bill was one of the great personalities at LIMRA. A great spirit! I will miss hearing him say “good day sir” but most of all the hilarious stories he would share at every opportunity.

Ray Hemmann

April 16, 2019

Bill was my first and dearest friend,, we lived next to each other in the project in Wethersfield. Many days we spent working on VW’s , fishing , endless cruising and of course our epic garage band. My wishes to his family and anyone that was gifted with his friendship. Strawberry Fields Forever. Ray Hemmann

David Wolanin

April 16, 2019

My sincere condolences to the Maura Family, Bill and I were friends from a very early start. Having gone to Charles Wright school. Our most memorable time in life was playing Little League for the VFW. His Dad and Mr. Ricardo were our coaches. We won the pennant in either 65 or 66. What a team we had. Later in life Bill was able to get me a job working at LIMRA. Bill was the most likeable person I ever knew. We had the greatest crew when we were younger. He will be missed by everyone. Respectfully David Wolanin.

Andrea and Dave Monschein

April 16, 2019

Dear Faye and John,

Our deepest sympathies at the loss of Billy. Bill was a very special person. We have so many memories over the past 40 years. His optimistic attitude, funny stories, and the wonderful person that he was. We feel blessed that he was a part of our lives. We will miss him every day.

With love,

Andrea and Dave

Michael Mazzarella

April 16, 2019

A good man has passed.

A very good man toward his family, friends and to the world at large.

Godspeed, Billy.

My sincerest expression of condolence to Faye and John.

Kyla Vicino

April 16, 2019

Dear Faye, John and Maura Family,
I was deeply saddened to hear the news of Billy's passing. He was and will always be a big part of my memories at LIMRA. We worked so closely on LIMRA conferences and when things became stressful, Billy was always a calming influence on me. He was a true professional and wonderful friend... Faye...know that I am thinking of you and only wish I could be there today to celebrate Billy's life. You are in my thoughts and prayers over this difficult time and I think of you often, my friend and would love to reconnect....God Bless....Love, Kyla