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William May III – March 29

William James May III “Billy” of Brewster, NY, passed away Friday March 29, 2024, in Danbury, CT at the age of 26.

Billy was born August 16, 1997, in Bronxville, NY, son of William J. Jr. and Johanna (Grimaldi) May of Brewster, NY. He graduated from Brewster High School, class of 2016. Billy was working for the Pelham Manor Department of Public Works for the past five years, he also worked with Eight4Five Services in Brewster. Billy was a proud member of the Brewster Fire Department since 2020, he loved golfing and most of all loved his nieces and nephew.

Besides his parents Billy is survived by his Paternal grandmother, June May of Brewster, NY; sister Jennifer Davidson and her husband Kevin of Milford, PA; brother Christopher May of Brewster, NY; nieces Isabel and Faith; nephew Hunter; Aunts Cheryl Nagel and her husband Tom of PA, AnneMarie Hildreth and her husband Billy of New Fairfield, CT, Susan May of Washington and Uncle Stephen May and his wife Kathy of Washington. He was predeceased by his Uncle Michael Grimaldi.

A mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Saturday April 6, 2024, at St. Lawrence O’Toole Church in Brewster, NY, at 10:00 am, followed by the interment in Milltown Rural Cemetery in Brewster. Calling Hours will take place Friday April 5, 2024, at Beecher Funeral Home, 1 Putnam Ave., Brewster, NY from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm.

In Lieu of flowers contributions in Billy’s memory may be made to the Brewster Volunteer Fire Department, 501 North Main Street, Brewster, NY 10509.

Editor’s note: This obituary was provided by Beecher Funeral Home.

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