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March 18, 1952 ~ January 27, 2023 (age 70) 70 Years Old
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BOXFORD - William Carr, 70, passed away peacefully on January 27, 2023, surrounded by those who loved him most. Born in March of 1952 to Edward and Margaret Carr, William was raised in
the suburbs of Needham, MA alongside his beloved late brother, Barry.
In the first portion of his life, William discovered a love for automotives, and frequented local Car Shows with his family on sunny summer days. Soon, Williams career shifted course and he flourished in his career
involving Medical Equipment Production.
Survived by his loving wife Aleida, his three daughters Kerri White (and husband Dan), Natasha Fiers (and husband Steven), and Maria Carr. William is also survived by his five grandchildren-Lily White, Jake Fiers, Elena White, Evelyn Fiers, and the newest addition to the family, Dylan White-all of whom loved getting candies and sweets from Papa when they visited. He also often expressed sincere and deep love & gratitude for his extended family and close friends.
Singing classic rock or Show Tunes from his favorite programs,William was someone who lived for bringing joy to everyone he met. He shared his happiness with others by engaging in conversations with strangers often, becoming quick friends with everyone he met. His laugh could truly fill a room and his sense of humor was like no other. An avid fan of Stephen King and similar authors, William frequented his town library and always had a stack of books by his bedside.
In honor of William, a private service were conducted with his closest family members to bid him farewell on his final journey.