Located in West Boylston, Massachusetts
1 W Boylston St, West Boylston, MA
Burial service, Funeral service, Cremation, Pre-arrangements, Grief supportWebsite
Located in West Boylston, Massachusetts
When not involved in the day to day business you can usually find Bill somewhere in town involved in many organizations. Bill is a member of Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, West Boylston, the AOH Division #36, The Emerald Club, The Knights of Columbus, Alhambra Council #88, where he serves as the President of the REC&B Board and was the Grand Knight in 1977, the Main South American Legion Post #341, where he serves as the graves registration officer, The Elks #243, National Funeral Directors Association, former board member of the Massachusetts Funeral Directors Association and a founding member of the Greater Worcester Funeral Directors Association.
He was a former member of the St. Patrick"s Day Parade Committee, and also Our Lady of the Angels Church where he served on the Restoration board. was born and raised in Worcester. He graduated from St. John's High School in Shrewsbury in 1993 and received his Associate's Degree at Mt Ida College in 1995. Bill has been around the funeral business from his earliest days working with his father and grandfather.
Bill is a member of The Worcester Country Club, The Worcester Rotary Club, Knights of Columbus – Alhambra Council #88, The First Friday Club – Worcester, The Worcester Canal Diggers Road Race, The Worcester Lodge of Elks #243, The West Boylston Lions Club, The Main South American Legion Post, #341 Associate Member and The Worcester Athletic Club.
Bill and his wife Tamara were the 2012 Worcester March of Dimes Ambassador Family award recipient. is a fourth generation funeral director. He has been involved with the Worcester Rotary Club. Chester lives in Worcester and has two children, Stonleigh and Chase (Chester IV). was first licensed as a funeral director in 1958 after attending the New England Institute of Anatomy.
He has taken courses in Public Health Administration at Quinsigamond Community College. Ron owned and operated the former Johnson Funeral Home at 129 Lincoln Street, Worcester from 1958 until 1979. Ron and his wife, Melinda, have resided in Paxton since 1965, where they raised their three sons, Ronald Jr., Russell and Ross.
They also have 4 grandsons. Ron has served 38 years in the Town of Paxton as a Selectman, member of the Board of Health, member of the Cable Commission, and member of the Paxton Cemetery Commission. Ron was one of the cooperators of the Worcester County Drug Collation and the Worcester County Mental Health Association. Ron is a member of the Morning Star Lodge of Masons, 32-Degree Scottish Rite Mason and a member of Aleppo Temple, member and past president of the Paxton Lion"s Club, past president and treasurer of the Odin Club of Worcester, member and past president of the Wachusett Booster Club, and a member of the Board of Directors of the Nordic Heritage Club.
Having a large family and working full time keeps Ann very busy, but during her free time she enjoys spending time at the YWCA, the beach, and traveling. Now that her children are older and more independent, she cherishes the rare opportunities that they can all spend time together as a family. "As a second generation funeral director, I was exposed to the family business at a young age.
I watched with admiration as my funeral director parents helped people at the most difficult times of their lives. I am deeply rewarded by being the gentle guiding support a family needs during their time of loss." For more than 30 years, David has helped families create meaningful funeral experiences to honor their loved ones.
David is sensitive to the fact that no two families require the same type or amount of guidance during their loss. He is determined to identify and meet each family"s unique need. David"s incisive knowledge of the countless personalization products and mementoes available to families is an expertise he offers as a director.
A graduate of Marianapolis Prep School, Thompson, CT and the New England Institute of Applied Art and Sciences of Boston, David is the former Co-Owner of Britton Funeral Homes of Auburn and Shrewsbury, MA., as well as a Senior Funeral Director with Miles Funeral Directors of Holden and Sterling. In his spare time, David has given countless hours over the years to the communities in which he has worked.
Whether as a board member of several local non-profits, including the Auburn Youth and Family Services, the Board of Directors of the former Auburn VNA or as a longtime member and Past President of the Rotary Club of Auburn, he has always felt that being an active part of the community is essential. Six generations of the Fay family have served the Worcester area since 1870.
Today the firm is operated by William J. Fay, and his son William J. Fay II. The Fay family strives to provide the highest level of ethical professional and personal service to the families we serve. In 1992 the Fay family opened a second funeral home, located in the center of West Boylston. Since that time, the West Boylston facility has been completely renovated and is continuously being improved.
In 2003 the Fay family merged with longtime friends the Lundins. Walter and Robert Lundin have owned and operated the Lindquist Lundin Funeral Home for more than 30 years and the home has served the Worcester area since 1899. We continue to maintain the same professional service, that they have provided for many years. In November 2008, We are pleased to announce the addition of an experienced licensed funeral director, Ronald E. Johnson to our staff.
In May of 2014, The Caswell King Funeral Home located at 474 Grove Street in Worcester joined with the Fay Family and relocated their business to our Main Worcester Office. The Funeral Home was renamed Callahan Fay Caswell Funeral Home, 61 Myrtle Street Worcester.
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