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William Grasso Jr.

December 17, 1942May 9, 2020

William Grasso was born on December 17, 1942 and passed away on May 9, 2020 and is under the care of Baldwin-Fairchild Oaklawn Chapel.

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Jeff Bones

May 26, 2020

Bill and I were very competitive on the course. Neither liked to lose to the other. But Bill was also someone who was always happy to help me and others with their swing or strategy problems. We also talked a lot about equipment and I also enjoyed when he came into the store so we could kick around new equipment.

Rest in Peace my friend!

Willie Irizarry

May 24, 2020

Knew Bill, I guess, forever. When they lived in San Antonio we used to get together for dinner and watch movies (we were younger then). When Bill and I played golf, he always had a saying in some God knows out of this world language, "come pindge mire l'tuye." I still don't understand it, but I'll never forget it. He was almost like a brother to us, we will miss him dearly.

Al Oranzo

May 24, 2020

I met Bill through Richard around 20 years ago at Richards golf weekend in North Carolina and we've been friends ever since.We had some great times together and he will be missed.Like Jack said he loved doling out the winnings especially to himself.You will be missed friend but never forgotten.

Al Oranzo

May 24, 2020

May 24,2020

Beverly & Richard Fortin

May 23, 2020

We have known a Bill for almost 30 years. He was not only a true friend, he was family to us. Since his wife past 18 years ago he has spent every Thanksgiving and Christmas Day dinner with my family. He will be truly missed at our Holidays and every week dinner’s throughout the years.
Richard and Bill were best friends and a void will forever be in his heart. In 2009 when Richard had his stroke it was Bill who got him back Into playing golf which he will be forever grateful. We love you Bill and will miss you dearly God Bless and know you are reunited with Ann.

John Tenuta

May 23, 2020

I met Bill when I retired and started to play regular golf the Legacy Club. Bill had a great sense of humor, always willing to kid you about your golf game. He was a pleasure to play golf with. He was an excellent putter, the best in our group. I truly enjoyed his company. Bill was always giving clubs to guys in our group. He gave me a driver that I used for quite awhile. After he quit Legacy he still remained part of our golf group when we had group dinners. Bill was a GREAT guy and I know I will miss him, and he will not be forgotten.

Jack Cahill

May 18, 2020

I have known Bill for 10 years. When I met Bill he was the leader of our local golf gang. He was always welcoming, considerate and caring. Bill was always happy to help his friends out, whether to give them a golf tip, provide an inspirational thought or to cheer them up with a joke. I fondly called him my coach. At the end of the rounds Bill was always engaged in tallying the scores, collecting the bets and doling out the winnings. To Bill it was about the relationships, the comradery and the friendly competition. He was a class act!
We miss you Bill.

Jack Cahill, friend

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