Dear Lois and Family
I met Bill at age 24 working for him as his Mdse Asst in the Sears Albany Group office. Bill taught me a great deal about merchandising/marketing and I was so grateful to be under his wing. He was so skilled. Eventually I transferred to the Home Office in Chicago thanx largely on Bill sponsorship which I was always so grateful for. We remained friends right up until his retirement as he often had to come to Chicago for meetings etc. It was a joy to spend time with him. We exchanged Christmas cards annually for the 40+ years I considered him my friend. God Bless Bill Bolger.
With our deepest condolences,
Mark and Cathy Manock
Dear Lois and Family...... So sad to learn of Bill's passing. We were acquainted and became friends after meeting and working together at Sears. He was one af many people that devoted their lives to the people/company we all loved. It was a pleasure to know Bill, and will long be remembered as "BJ" to his many friends.
May he Rest in Peace. Our condolences to you and your Family.
We were saddened to hear your Dad passed away suddenly. Hoping memories of times spent together at The Shore and in Florida will bring you comfort in the days ahead. May his Memory be Eternal! Love, Barb & Tim
Lois & Bolger Family,
We are so sorry to hear about Bill’s passing. May you be blessed with strength and fond memories. I played Bocce with Bill and remember what a fine competitor. Every morning on my way to work I would see him walking and he always waved back. Maryann would see him walking by our house and would wave to him as well. Most recently, I gave Lois a telephone number for them to make their vaccine appointment at the Moorestown Mega site. He will be missed but not forgotten. May he Rest In Peace. Our deepest sympathies.
Ron & Maryann Cefalone
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