William Karas

1938 ∼ 2019

Erin N Giovanello of norton wrote:

Billy was one of a kind. He will be missed by all

lisa arbo of TAUNTON MA wrote:

I worked with Billy for over a year at South Easton Motor Sales. He always made me laugh and put a smile on my face. He will always be remembered. Rest in Peace Billy

Kim and Frank Kimball of Bridgewater, Ma. 02324 wrote:

Karlene, Frank and I were so so saddened and shocked to say the least when told of Billy's passing. He meant the world to Frank and the two shared many good times together. Billy would always refer to Frank as the "big dope" when he talked about him to me. We would see each other at Market Basket often and he would give me the rundown on his day. He will be missed. He was more like a Dad to Frank than a friend, a bond only those two shared, BK. In time may you find comfort in the memories you two shared. You may not see him everyday but you will feel him, as that love never dies. Please know you are surrounded by people who love you and are there if you should need anything. God Bless you, love you Billy (BK).. rest in peace. Kim and Frank

Frank Kimball of Bridgewater, MA wrote:

BK was one of a kind. I first met Billy when I became a member at Easton Country Club many years ago and from that point, we became buddies. I can’t get into all the details of our many sit downs over the years but one thing I’ll never forget is for someone who supposedly never wanted to be bothered, he knew so many people and what was going on in their lives. I kiddingly called him the Mayor of School House Plaza, where the White Rose is located. BK spent his mornings at his favorite table with many store patrons and friends stopping to say hello. “How’s the family doing”, he’d ask, or “job going” or “golf game”. At chosen intervals, we’d go out for a smoke and I was always amazed at how many people driving by would see him and honk their horn. Moreover, he was never without a smoke, diet coke or his numbers. It wasn’t much but it was what he enjoyed. Moreover, there was always a story and many, many laughs. I will miss those days and my friend BK dearly. Rest in Peace William.

marjorie a toti of bridgeater wrote:

my thought and prayers are with you Karleen Bill was the best brother he will be missed

Joe curtis of South boston,mass wrote:

I’ve known Billy for many years. Every Tuesday on my way to Easton c.c.for SIGL league playof which Billy was part of for many years,I’d stop by the store to say hi and catch up,I always left with a smile on face,made my day! I spent many years beside him at the “FROST” weekend golf tourney,he always made me feel special to him.even now thinking of him,I have a smile on my face. Rest In Peace my friend. I’ll never forget you! Joe Curtis

ERIC GIOVANELLO of Norton wrote:

I worked with Billy for the last 12 years. And have known him for over 30 years. There wasn't a day that went by that he didn't call me a "Dope" Lots of great memories. Lots of laughs. Lots of golf tips. Every diet Coke I drink or round of Golf I play I will think of him. Rest in peace my friend. There will NEVER be another person like you again!

Jack Arico of Canton mass wrote:

One of the greatest guys around in the short time we known each other.

Mary & Michael Green of South Easton wrote:

We are so saddened by the passing of Billy..often sat with Billy at White Rose..he was such a kind gentleman..I will think of him everytime I walk in there..go in peace Billy..you will be missed by many people whose lives you made better.

Katie Testa. -maiden name Kathy Karas of Brockton Ma wrote:

Karlene I am sorry to hear about the loss of my brother Billy. My thoughts and prayers are with you. It was sad not to really have know him. Reading the stories from many of his friends. He seemed like a really a great guy. Kathy.

Maureen Dwyer of Londonderry NH wrote:

So sorry for your loss-the Dwyer Family