William F. Fawcett

William F. Fawcett

May 29, 1937 - November 15, 2015

William F. Fawcett

May 29, 1937 - November 15, 2015


William F. Fawcett lives in , passed away at the age of 78.
Born on May 29, 1937 and passed away on November 15, 2015.

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21 responses to William F. Fawcett

  1. Bill was my good friend, mentor and video production partner for many years. He was the greatest. He loved the art of filmmaking and marketing and I got to be a part of that magic for many years. He was especially happy on set when children were a round. He would be on one knee, eye to eye showing them how the process of filmmaking was done with the lighting, the cameras and the sound. Bill loved what he did so much that he couldn’t help but to continually share it with others. I was so blessed to have Bill as my partner with all of his experience and success. Bill was a fair and generous man. He taught me so much and kept me busy for many years and I am forever grateful.

    Bill showed me that life is a balance. A strong work ethic equaled bye a strong enjoyment of life, family, friends and faith. We travel the world together making films. No matter where we were, Bill was just as interested in having us go sightseeing and sharing good meals together as he was producing a quality product. Bill would call these world adventures “Trips of a lifetime”. Bill & Carol treated my wife and I like family. They were around when our children were first born and their love of life, family and each other was a powerful influence on our marriage. I will miss Bill’s smile, laugh and sense of humor. I always admired his ability to make you feel like a million dollars every time you see him. Even if you just saw on the night before at dinner. If you know Bill, you know what I mean. I can still hear his voice and see his smile in my mind, which will live on with me forever. We have been sharing laughter and tears in our home last few days talking about Bill.

    Bill, you where so good to me. I can’t thank you enough for all you did for me and my family. Knowing you was a wonderful “Trip of a lifetime”. We love you, God bless you, rest in peace and someday I’ll see you again in the big edit room in the sky.

    Vaya con Dios my Friend

  2. Mark Kell says:

    I worked with Bill at Total Spectrum Advertising agency and we would go and pitch new business for the agency. Bill was the nicest guy to work with, always kind and generous and kept the best attitude. After we won a nice account, Bill asked if I wanted to go celebrate. He said “I know just the place!” and we went to a great hole in the wall place called The Tartan Room where we had a victory meal and adult beverage. A few of us former colleagues will revisit The Tartan Room soon to have a drink (or two) in honor of this great man. May he rest in peace.

    Mark Kelleher

  3. Jim Deane says:

    I cannot imagine the feelings and pain in the hearts of the Fawcett family and close friends of Bill. I only had the pleasure of knowing Bill a couple short years as his neighbor. In this short time, I saw his big heart and love of everyone he met. It was very apparent that he looked for the good in people and not their faults. If that was passed on to me even a little, I am a better person for knowing him. My deepest sympathies to those closest to him on your loss. You are in my payers and my sincere sympathy is always with you. May the good memories of love shared, comfort you now and in the days ahead.
    Jim Deane

  4. Jim Teiper says:

    Bill was always smiling and full of good cheer. I have great memories of working with him and John Gefrom. He was classy and unshakeable- He will be missed…

    -Jim Teiper

  5. Tammy says:

    A great Dad, fabulous Father-in-Law, terrific Grandpa; that’s Bill Fawcett in a nutshell. Never a dull moment in the 30 years he has been in my life.

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