William F. “Bill” Sparks
1947 ∼ 2019
Kathleen Friel of Hartsdale, NY wrote:
I love you all so much. So many great memories of Bill. One thing that touched me in recent years is that he still attended most of his grandchildren's events - everything from long concerts to sitting in the cold watching soccer games being played by kids who didn't understand the game! I will always remember his generosity, his good humor, and even his tolerance of the democrats in the family. Lots of love to Lauren, Keri, Kristen, Kendra, Katie, and the whole family. I love you!!
George& Joanne Pessotti of Nashua, NH wrote:
Bill was a true friend, brother in law, father, veteran and humble human being. His love of family was the central core of his being. I was always honored to be in his presence. Joanne and I are grieving this loss. He gave us so many memories that will sustain us throughout our life ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Bill and Nancy Coughlan of east bridgewater wrote:
I grew up on Wompatuck Road in Hingham next to the Sparks family. We had so many wonderful memories with Billu and all his siblings. Our prayers are with you at this very sad time. Bill and Nancy (Mortell) Coughlan
Bonnie & Mike of Farmington NH wrote:
We were so sorry to here of Your loss. Please know that we are thinking of you and your family. Bill was a great guy who will be missed and remembered fondly. Love you. Bonnie and Mike
Deb Robbins of Stuart FL wrote:
It has been a long time but I will always remember the Sparks family. Rest In Peace, Bill.
Anson Moore of EAST FALMOUTH wrote:
So sorry to hear of the loss of Bill. I remember talking to Bill many times when a worked in Woods Hole. He was a very kind man. My condolences to the Katie and family.
Carlos Sanchez of Hookinton, MA wrote:
Bill was the kind of father-in-law every guy hopes to have - welcoming, kind and a great role model in how he loved and took care of his family. I will miss him greatly, but find comfort in the many happy memories, good stories and his supportive words over the years.
Cheryl Tavares of Bridgewater, Ma wrote:
Uncle Billy will be greatly missed but his kindness and gentle spirit will be remembered forever. Keeping you all close in heart and prayer.
Helen Albert Gardiner of Spring Hill, Florida wrote:
Lauren, Unfortunately, we lost contact soon after graduation, but Bill was there for a great deal of the time in between. He was always so kind and friendly to everyone he met. I only hope you and the girls can keep all of the great memories close to your hearts. He will be loved and missed by all who had the opportunity to know him. I wish I could be there for you, but know I am there in spirit. Love, Helen & Paul
Paul and Kathleen Moran-Dixson of East Falmouth, Massachusetts wrote:
We will always remember Bill as our friend and neighbor. He participated with ideas to improve our neighborhood association. Bill faithfully cut grass in the common areas of our development. We have great respect for him as a family man... a loving husband, father, and grandfather who will be deeply missed.
Pat Bowes of Plainville, Ma wrote:
With deep sympathy to Lauren, and family. I know how hard this is but you have a lot of friends and family to count on. One of your friends and former co-worker that you can count on. Love & prayers. Pat Bowes
Julie Fawkes wrote:
Bill was such a kind man. I enjoyed working with him and getting to know him. All my best.
Stephen Sweeney of Norwell wrote:
Bill was one of the very first people I worked with on an ambulance. A genuinely NICE person. Working with him and his 3 brother(s) in law at the same time always made for an interesting time. He truly cared for people with family coming first Godspeed Bill your back chumming around with Big Pete M. Lauren I'm certain you don't remember me but your husband made a difference in many people lives all for the good. I am sorry for your troubles. Steve Sweeney