Musilli, William J.
Although I had never met William,
I am certain that I would have enjoyed his pleasant demeanor, just as I have grown so close to his wonderful daughter, Cindy –
who I know loved her Dad so dearly
and will miss him so much.
Sympathies and Blessings to the
entire Family of William.
Dear Dad, How can I put into words what you have meant to us all.
Your life has not been easy. An orphan by the age of 6, the youngest of 10 children.
You could barely remember your mommy and pop pop, as you called them. It must have been hard growing up without them.
Even when you started losing your memory, you always reminded us to put flowers on your mommy and pop pop’s graves.
We are proud that you served in the Army during WWII, being a part of the D-Day landing at Normandy. I have thanked God many, many times that you made it home safely so that you could enjoy life, so that Paul, Sue, Mark and I could be here and so that we could share our time on this earth with you.
You were always cheerful, lighthearted and joking. We will always remember the many nick names you had for us kids and your grandchildren who loved you so much.
I will always keep the two $5 bills you gave me as a gift for Joey when he was born, folded down at one corner to represent his ear that was folded down at birth.
It is difficult to speak of you without laughter. You gave us great joy!
The hardest part, the last few years have come to an end and you have entered a new phase of life.
From here to infinity and beyond may you have nothing more than what you so richly deserve. Happy, warm sunny days, sandy beaches, peace and health, and being reunited with the rest of your family.
We will see you again. Until then, we love you and will miss you sorely.
Love, and thanks,
Mrs. Musilli and Family: I am very sorry to hear about the loss of William. I hope you find peace just as he has.
To The Family of Bill Musilli
The loss of any life is tragic, but when that loss is the father of sons and daughters who shared such a deep affection, it is simply beyond measure.
It must have been very difficult these final few months to sit and wish for better times. Times when you would share those “cheerful, lighthearted and joking” moments that were no longer there.
I didn’t know Bill that well, but I can relate to your loss. Take comfort in knowing he is in a much better place and the memories that are with all of you forever are with him as well…and I’m sure he is smiling once again.
While I feel my words are inadequate at this time, I still offer my most sincere condolence on your loss.
We are so sorry about the passing of your father, Cindy. Its always hard to lose someone so close to you, but the good memories will sustain you in the hard times. You and your family have our deepest sympathy.