Dean F. Williams
August 12, 1970 ~ April 1, 2023
Hubbardsville-Dean F. Williams, 52, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, April 1, 2023, at Hamilton’s Community Memorial Hospital, following an apparent cardiac episode. Dean was born in Hamilton on August 12, 1970, the son of Fred and Joyce Kirk Williams. Dean was raised in Oriskany Falls and graduated from Waterville High, Class of 1989. On June 26,1999, he was united in marriage to Christy Dibble. Dean had retired as a Corrections Officer from the New York State Department of Corrections. At the time of his passing, Dean was enjoying his new career as a long-haul Tractor Trailer Truck Driver. He was currently working for TMC of Des Moines, Iowa. Dean was a fun loving person. He was a, “Harley Man” who loved long rides on his bike, traveling to different places and making new friends along the way. He was an outdoorsman who enjoyed fishing and hunting. He liked horseback riding in the State Lands of Brookfield. He was a devoted and loving father to his children. https://www.paulfuneralhome.net/obituary/Dean-Williams?fbclid=IwAR1NZPjMtacpLDDJPoY-gP2-9RzoDgzsGcnvFnhofF3B0_eJh-X6tu03EVw
IN THE MAIL
“Deb Conway sent me these pictures of some of the trash that was collected by the forty-one (41!) volunteers, including Boy Scouts, who participated in the Annual Rotary Club Earth Day Village Clean Up! “”Deb Conway sent me these pictures of some of the trash that was collected by the forty-one (41!) volunteers, including Boy Scouts, who participated in the Annual Rotary Club Earth Day Village Clean Up! “
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It was a hopping good time at the Annual Rotary Egg Hunt on Saturday! Congratulations to the finders of the golden eggs (including the one shared from one older egg hunter to a younger). Thank you to ALL of you who came out to enjoy a fun, celebratory morning! Special thanks to the Waterville Rotary Club for their years of expertise and effort in putting this event together!
Happy Birthday, Tom Barnes!
As the Hub of the Huddle archives life in our area, we are hearing countless stories and kind words being passed on about WCS staff who went above and beyond when things felt chaotic yesterday, on April 4th, while the bomb threat was handled at WCS. Those stories can quickly fade away as urgent matters are handled. But we would like to shine a light on those important helpers- teachers, staff, etc. With permission from the WCSD, please email Helper stories (even if you’ve already verbally shared it with us) to be included in the next post. Your contribution may be anonymous or signed. Email email@example.com
Mrs. Denton, Mrs. Sturr, Mrs. Roys, Mr. Elaqua, Mark Belfield, Mrs Heather Misasek, and Allison Rauch were all described as “Calm, encouraging, and truly heroes.” With their help and ability to remain calm and encouraging, they all have made a positive impact on a number of kids.