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Chambers, William C.

William C. Chambers, 61 passed away July 12, 2022. He was a former resident of West Roxbury. Bill was born March 3rd, 1961 in Boston, Massachusetts. Bill was predeceased by his parents Gerald & Lillian Chambers. He leaves behind his sister who he loved so much, Cindy & Edward Lahey of South Grafton. Uncle Bill leaves behind 5 nieces, many great nieces & nephews, as well as many close friends.  Bill was a avid Bruins fan and a dear friend of Bill W. He was a PCA for the elderly which he loved to do. He went onto live in Maine where he enjoyed the peacefulness. Bill found his happy place in Florida where he resided. He will be solely missed by many. Services were private. 

Guestbook Entries

  1. Pastor Jim
    August 15th, 2022 | 4:01 am

    Bill was a hard worker (my first impression of him when he helped me split wood), an honest man (he never lied to me), a friend (we worked on his place together and he stayed at our house for a number of weeks), frugal (always saved money however he could), resourceful (repairing home/car/yard/etc personally), servant to the elderly (the ones he cared for loved him), I considered him a friend.
    In the first weeks I knew him he called and said: “Pastor, I am reading from John’s Gospel this morning and tears are flowing down my face… He (Jesus) took my place, He died for me.” Bill went through Evangelism Explosion and attended another Bible Study faithfully for months. He was a private person in many ways and a disciplined man in his routines.
    He would reach out to me and his phone calls would last a while covering many topics, he loved an outdoor fire, coffee, taking care of the things he owned, his dogs, AA, and kept in contact with his friends.
    Bill you are missed, you ‘went’ too soon.

  2. Lois legere
    August 15th, 2022 | 12:41 pm

    Condolences to his family

  3. Johnny
    January 12th, 2023 | 8:36 pm

    He was a great guy that helped lots of people out. We talked 1 on 1 many times. He was very cerebral and intuitive about the world around him and the people in it. His job was to help others but sometimes I would hear him get frustrated in our talks. But, in the very next breath he would tell himself that patience and kindness is the only way. Ill miss him.

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