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William Arthur Williams
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Mr. William “Bill” Arthur Williams, 73, passed away peacefully at home with his loving family by his side on Friday September 8, 2017.

Bill was born in Utica on February 27, 1944, a son of the late Robert and Ruth (Wallace) Williams. He was educated in local schools and attended St. Francis DeSales School. Bill entered the US Army in 1961 and faithfully served until his honorable discharge in 1964. Bill was an auto mechanic and worked for Carbone Auto and Utica Chrysler Plymouth for many years. He was currently employed by Fisher Auto Parts on Commercial Drive, New Hartford.

Bill shared a very loving relationship of over thirty-one years with his beloved companion, Kathleen “Kay” Nicotera and her family.

He is survived by his beloved companion, Kay; and her children, who were like his own, Jinnie Nicotera and her companion, Dee Martin, Patricia and Greg Silvers, Barbara and James Hyatt, and Paul and Adrienne Nicotera; one brother, Harry Williams, of Clifton Park; one sister and brother-in-law, Ruth and Pat Delahunt, of Camden; and also many grandchildren, nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by two brothers, Robert and Richard Williams; and one sister, Jane Ordway.

Relatives are invited to attend his funeral service with Military Honors at Grace Episcopal Church, Utica on Monday at 11 a.m.

There are no calling hours, but the family will receive visitors at church. By family request, please omit flowers.
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We at Fisher Auto Parts are sorry for your loss, Bill was a great employee and an even better person. He was a pleasure to work with.

Written by jeffrey mahady
2017-09-11 4:10:28 PM

I met Bill at Utica Chrysler Plymouth many years ago. He was as very congenial man. All of us who worked with him found an instant friend. Time and circumstance may have caused us to not see each other, but the feeling of being friends never left.

Written by Janice Ciszek
2017-09-11 6:05:10 PM