A widely respected electrician from Sudbury, Michigan, died on Friday, July 14, 2016, from injuries sustained in a work accident. The 55-year-old died in his home in the early hours of July 13, 2017, after a short illness.
John is survived by his wife Eileen and two children, John Jr. and John, Jr., as well as his two grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
David has already passed away, along with his wife Betty and their two children David Jr. and David III, as well as a great-grandson. Betty is survived by her daughter Dawn and son-in-law John Jr. and three grandchildren. Dawn is survived by her son Dave, daughter Ingrid, husband Robert and two grandchildren, all of whom live in the area.
He graduated from Fairfield Prep in 1972 and later earned an associate's degree from Western Connecticut State University and a master's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Connecticut.
He attended the University of Bridgeport and was retired in 1947 as an electrician in the telephone department. After graduating, Bill worked for several years as a truck weaver at Budd Grain Hauling before taking his apprenticeship as an electrician. He worked for Willie Burbank Labor Services for a few years before falling ill and having to be reemployed for two years after falling ill. Since then he has worked in various professions, starting with Budd's Grain and Hausing, and is now managing director of his own company, Budd's.
His long-term partner Suzanne moved with him from western Massachusetts to Maine, where he worked on cleaning up the Connecticut River. He taught in New York for 17 years, taught in Lowell, and then lived in New York City for a few years before teaching in New York for another 17 years.
Growing up in Sudbury, he always dreamed of living on a farm, so he bought one and lived on it for a few years before moving back to Sudbery, where his family had lived since 1914. When he fulfilled a lifelong dream and bought his house on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Bill lived in Northborough for many years.
He was employed by Carman's 1,000 Hiking trails for care, lawn care and landscape maintenance. John is a member of the Sudbery Police Department, where he served as a police officer for five years. Joyce is the wife of John, a former Sudbury police officer and mother of three. She has been a volunteer at the city's Department of Parks, Recreation and Parks for four years and a part-time volunteer at the community center for four years.
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