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Obituary of William A. Lawrence

William Arthur (Bill) Lawrence age 62 resided in Felts Mills, NY

Passed away on Jan. 24th 2019 peacefully at his sister’s home in Sarasota, FL


There will be no services per Bill’s wishes. His children are planning a celebration 
of life gathering for a later spring date and a private burial.


Bill was born on June 28th, 1956 in Watertown, NY to Gerald Guy Lawrence and Mary Elizabeth (Irwin) Lawrence.


Upon completing his GED, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy where he worked as an aircraft mechanic. Following his
Navy career he worked for a short period as a manager at the Watertown Airport before
beginning a lengthy career as a construction worker and foreman. He worked for many companies
but his biggest joy was working alongside his closest friend, Mike Taylor, on many projects.


Bill married Nanette J (Hoover) Lawrence in June of 1994


Bill loved construction, fishing and riding his wheeler but most of all he loved spending time with his family
and friends. He was a proud grandpa and loved all of his grand babies and grand puppies as well!


Bill is survived by his wife Nanette of Watertown
His son William (Matt) Hoover and his wife Abby of Three Mile Bay.
His daughter Robin Reali and her husband Bryan of Lowville.
4 sisters - Barbara (Charles) Galloway of Auburn, Diana (Darrel) Roach of Weedsport
Wendy Lawrence of Sarasota, Fl and Terry Lawrence-Kelley of Sarasota, Fl. His brother 
Gerald (Sonny) Lawrence Jr. of Syracuse and a half sister Chrystie Kilbourne-Terry of Watertown.
Several Aunts, Uncles, Nieces, and Nephews,  his beloved 11 grand babies, and
his closest family friends Bill lovingly referred to as his "adopted kids", Mike, Marshall and Jessica Lunderman
all of Felts Mills.


He is predeceased by his father and mother Gerald and Mary Lawrence and his sister Linda Lawrence.


"Holy jump up and down, I'll see ya when I see ya! Pass out hugs and kisses."
                  -William A Lawrence aka Billy-

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