William E. O’Keefe

William E. O’Keefe

April 12, 1943 - August 25, 2020

William E. O’Keefe

April 12, 1943 - August 25, 2020


William E. O’Keefe, 77 passed away on August 25, 2020 at home surrounded by his family. Born in Worcester, Massachusetts he was the son of the late Thomas and Hellen (Blanchard) O’Keefe. William is survived by his wife of 49yrs Christine O’Keefe, two sons Neil Goodell and his wife Heather Goodell, Sean O’Keefe and his wife Rene O’Keefe, two daughter’s Kelly Larocque and Erin O’Keefe, and Mike Brusa whom he viewed and loved as a son, he is also survived by six grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Two sisters and one Brother and many nieces and nephew’s

William was a man of impeccable faith everyone who knew him knew he had a love for the Ministry, and he was blessed to be apart of a Spiritual Worldwide Brotherhood.

William proved that he loved his Family, he Loved and Cherished his wife dearly, and he had a special and unique relationship with each one of his children and grandchildren.
William Loved his sports teams, The Boston Red Sox, The Boston Celtics, The Boston Bruins, and The New England Patriots. He always looked forward to watching the games with his son Sean.

DAD..When I look at you I see an amazing Man who’s always taking care of those he loves the most, I have always looked up to you, you were one of the best role models I ever had. The first Man I loved my Wonderful Dad. I couldn’t be happier or more blessed to have had the privilege of having you as my Dad, I want to say Thank You for the great start in life. Even though you are no longer here with us, you will forever be in all of our hearts. All our Love to you Dad.

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4 responses to William E. O’Keefe

  1. Nancy West says:

    So sorry for your loss, he sounds like a wonderful man. Such a great loss for you friends and family.
    God Bless!

  2. I’m so sorry for your loss.

  3. Liz Chadwick says:

    My fondest memories of Bill are from years ago, when the kids were young and we were trying to keep up with them. He was a loving husband and father. A true Family Man, self sacrificing, hardworking. A spiritual man, who loved Jehovah and his congregation. Can’t wait till he’s back and can run again, chasing a baseball, or a grandchild, healthy and happy. My condolences to Chris and the rest of his family.

  4. To Christine and the family. It saddens me to hear you have lost your beloved husband and father. I remember he always had a big smile on his face always joyful. Sean beautiful words to your dad. Remember all that he stood for. We will see our love ones soon in the new system. Much Christian love to the family.

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