"The Officers and Members of the Vittori Rocci Post # 56, extend our sympathy to the family of Wilford. Charlotte( his granddaughter) has been a dedicated volunteer for our pancake great and a valued member of Beverly High school ROTC."
– Jerry Guilebbe, Friend,
Beverly, MA, Apr 18, 2017
"I have many fond memories of time spent with the Beaulieu family, thanks to my parent's life long friendship with Nancy and Willie. " Uncle Willie" always had lots of stories to tell, a great sense of humor and a personality that filled any room he was in. He can't be replaced. We will miss him."
– Marcia Lassar, Family Friend,
Beverly, MA, Apr 16, 2017
"Willie was a true delight to know. He always had a smile on his face and a lift in his step. And not to mention his endless supply of old adages and his proud collection of cowboy hats. He was a man of honor and yet so personable to everyone he met. I was fortunate to have worked with Willie in Salem and we maintained a friendship afterwards. I will always think of Willie with a smile on my face and remember him fondly. May God bless him. Pat Hopper ("hopper popper" )"
– Pat Hopper, Friend,
MA, Apr 13, 2017
"Fred was a wonderful client I had the pleasure to care for and honor to meet. Always a smile for me and a joke to share. He will be missed by many. Prayers to his family."
"Any man whose serves his nation in three wars and can keep his sense of humor intact is a good friend of mine. He was the only person who really knew what war was like because the battlefield was his home and he knew that by keeping a level head could he succeed.In the words of General Douglas A. MacArthur :"Old soldiers never die, they just fade away." Good-bye old soldier wherever you are. Thank You for your service."
– Steven Fanale, Friend,
Danvers, MA, Apr 13, 2017