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Easton Obituary: 50-Year Easton Resident and Vietnam Veteran Edward M. Williams

Remembering Edward M. Williams

Edward M. Williams was a Vietnam Veteran and 50-year Easton resident. He passed away Sunday. Below is his full obituary from Kane Funeral Home:

Edward M. Williams III, a resident of Easton for the past 50 years, died Sunday, February 3, 2013 at home under the care of his family. He was the husband of the late Shirley R. (MacNeill) Williams.

Born in Brockton on September 28, 1938, a son of the late Edward
and Doris (Manchester) Williams II, he was raised and educated in
West Bridgewater.

A veteran of the Vietnam War, he served in the US Army as a Private First Class. Edward was employed as a machinist in the process control division of the Foxboro Company for 34 years. He was later employed as a machinist for New Stamp Lighting of Easton.

Edward was a member of both the Foxboro American Legion Post 93 and the Foxboro Fish and Game. His hobbies include gardening, fishing, and hunting.

Edward is survived by his adult children, Edna Jean Malone of Attleboro, Edward M. Williams IV of Brockton, Deborah A. Williams of Easton and Carrie R. Fustolo of Taunton; his siblings, Carol Williams of Easton, Donna Moniz of NC., Richard Williams of FL., Lawrence Williams of Brockton, and Lois Williams of Brockton; 7 grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral on
Friday at 10:00 a.m. in Kane Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 605 Washington Street (Rte.138) Easton. Interment will follow in South Easton Cemetery, Easton. Visiting hours on Thursday 2-4 & 7-9 p.m. Donations in Edward's memory may be sent to the Foxboro American Legion Post 93, 8 Mechanic Street, Foxboro, MA. 02035.

For directions or condolences visit www.kanefuneralhome.com

linda Brandon,, April 04, 2013 at 09:58 PM
he was my very caring friend for many years. God bless you ed. I will always treasure our friendship. love linda

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