Guest Book for Jerry Williams

Provided by Jackman Funeral Home

Posted by: Ann Marie Incutto
Mon April 29, 2019
Ramona
  I am so sorry for your loss.  I will miss talking movies with Jerry in our office.
    Ann Marie Incutto
 

 
Posted by: Dennis N. Ricci
Mon April 29, 2019
I am profoundly saddened to hear of Jerry's death. I always thought we would sing a soulful ballad together in the teacher's lounge at Quinsig one day.
 

 
Posted by: Joan Perry
Mon April 29, 2019
To Jerry's family,
With my deepest sympathy, I will miss seeing and talking to Jerry at QCC, he was a wonderful person.


Joan Perry/QCC
 

 
Posted by: Carol Murphy
Mon April 29, 2019
Ramona and family,
So sorry to hear of Jerry's passing, please know you are all in my prayers.  This is a great loss for the students here at QCC as he certainly was a "larger than life" human being and truly so full of joy!  
Carol Murphy
 

 
Posted by: Stephanie Teixeira
Mon April 29, 2019
I am deeply sorry to all of you for your loss.  I knew Jerry from QCC, first as a student and then as a colleague.  He was so full of life, and supportive of his students and their goals in both the classroom and life.  The halls and lunch room at QCC will be a little less colorful missing our friend, please know how much he was appreciated as part of this community.
With a heavy heart,
Steph
 

 
Posted by: Michelle
Mon April 29, 2019
To Jerry's family and beloved friends.  I have known Jerry for about 25 years and have been blessed by his caring nature and being one of his "sisters from another mister".  I will truly miss his wit on Saturday mornings.......I offer you love, light and serenity in this most difficult time.
 

 
Posted by: Sharon Marini
Mon April 29, 2019
Please accept our heartfelt sympathies on the loss of your loved one. I frequently saw Jerry in passing and playing chess in the cafeteria with the students. He always had a smile on his face! He was wonderful to all our students at QCC.
 

 
Posted by: Victor Somma
Mon April 29, 2019
Jerry,
I am sure the Good Lord greeted you with a big bag of pork rinds. We at the Southbridge Campus will miss your offerings of the rinds to the staff and your students before your class began. What fun and joy you gave to us all. Thanks. Knowing you, you have already organized an Art Class and a great Chess Club in Heaven. Those folks are in for a thrill. Teach them well good friend.
 

 
Posted by: Jan Phillipo
Mon April 29, 2019
My deepest condolences and sympathies to the family Of Jerry W.  He will be sorely missed at "noon time."   I will miss his sense of humor and his wonderful message of his gratitude as I'm sure we all will.  Fly high with the Angels now my friend.  

Jan Phillipo
 

 
Posted by: Stoney
Mon April 29, 2019
My deepest condolences to Jerry's family, colleagues, students and friends. I will miss him greatly as well as his words of hope and faith in leading a good life.
~Stoney
 

 
Posted by: ROBERT CONN
Tue April 30, 2019
SORRY FOR YOU LOSS HE WILL BE TRULY MISSED BY ALL.
YOU WERE A BIG INFLUENCE IN MY LIFE AS A PROFESSOR AND MY CHESS COUCH AT QCC
 

 
Posted by: Danielle Morrow
Tue April 30, 2019
Ramona, I am so very sorry for your loss. I hope you can find solace in the many happy memories that the two of you shared.
 

 
Posted by: James White
Thu May 02, 2019
I would like to offer my sincerest condolences to the family and friends of Jerry Williams. He was a dedicated professor and mentor to anyone who crossed his path. He will be missed.
R I.P. Jerry...... James White
 

 
Posted by: Andy letoile
Fri May 03, 2019
Thank you for your friendship. Always looked foreword to seeing you Sunday mornings and talking anything from chess to oldies and everything in between. You helped many people and am sure you are being rewarded for your unselfishness in the life you lived. May God bless your queen and family at this Time.                                                                                                           Andy, HAPPY WANDERERS
 

 
Posted by: Nina Lynn Gonzalez
Thu May 09, 2019
To the family of Mr. Williams,
When I heard the news about Jerry, I couldn't believe it. I still can't. Jerry was a beautiful personality who brought happiness to his students. There was not a day at Quinsigamond where I passed by him and he didn't cause me and my fiance Chris Tran to laugh. I took two art courses from him, and when I transferred from the school, I really missed him - he was one of the few favorite professors that I have. He appreciated the art that each of his students created and always made sure that we all felt like we belonged. I will cherish the moments where he took the time to draw me, and the day I used him as a model for my photography shots. I am going to frame the artwork that he did of me for memories, and if you decide to contact me, I would be more than willing to send you the photographs I have of Jerry playing chess. Although Jerry is gone, I know that his legend will still live on at Quinsigamond. I want each and every family member to know that Jerry was loved, and that he is now with the good Lord in heaven. I am sure he is making the angels laugh now. I love you Jerry. Enjoy your stay at the kingdom of heaven, and may you continue to spread joy to the hearts of all of us that knew you when we think of you.
 

 
Posted by: Dennis Charrette
Fri May 10, 2019
My deepest condolences to Jerry's Wife and family. I met Jerry in our "Amazing Fellowship"
His friendship/understanding was/is in my heart in soul for ever.
God Bless You, Rest In Peace "My Friend,Jerry"
  
 

 
Posted by: Chelsea
Fri May 10, 2019
I am very sorry for your loss! I had Jerry as a professor and I can honestly say that he made that class unforgettable. He was so full of life and I enjoyed listening to his endless stories! He will be missed!
 

 
Posted by: Ray Diggs
Sat May 11, 2019
Ramona.  We are so sorry for your loss.  Jerry was our cousin  and we love both of you so deeply.

The Diggs, Masters, and Williams Families
 

 
Posted by: Nathan Resika
Wed May 22, 2019
I am so sorry to hear this!  Jerry was a sweet guy who I played a lot of chess with back in the early nineties In Harvard square and at tournaments.  Im sorry I didnt keep in touch with him.. I hadnt seen him in years and ran into him ata tournament in 2012.  I am a professional singer and he and I sang some Sam cooke songe with each other around then,  I cant believe I never knew he was an artist. I wish he had told me because he could have met my father,, the fampus Cape Cod artist Paul Resika.  Please accept my sincerest condolences.  The man wore his heart on his sleeve and will be missed!!  best always and feel free to contact me, Nathan Resika