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In Tribute to William M. Weems
46 years old.   Residence: Marblehead, Mass.
Passenger of Flight 175

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Another year has gone by and it still feels surreal. You are missed (a lot) by your family and friends. You were such a professional and a great guy to work with. Rest in Peace...

*** Posted by Tony Mariano on 2012-09-11 ***

Bill was one of my true favorites. I miss talking to him - I often think of him and this day. He always stood out to me - a really genuine person. For many years he was a client that I would call on from his days on the Production Company side to his Agency days. To Zoe and Lisa: I hurt very much for your loss - I wish you peace. With Love, Phil McIntyre

*** Posted by Phil McIntyre on 2012-09-11 ***

I workrd with Bill in Boston. He was a great guy. I hate that he became a face...a personal link to 9-11. I feel and send love to his family.

*** Posted by PWK on 2012-01-07 ***

Such a funny, sweet man. Miss you...

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2011-09-29 ***

I worked with Bill at Mullen where his cheerful attitude made him a friend to all. I will always remember his smiling face. Thinking of Bill and his family...

*** Posted by Kathy Martin on 2011-09-12 ***

The last time I worked with Bill was on a shoot for Fox Sports with Lane Advertising. The location was my house. The spots were hysterical and Bill enjoyed every minute of it. It was also the last time I saw Bill. Years later I worked with Lisa and in some ways it was like working with Bill again. The love they had for each other was amazing. He was the kindest, gentlest soul and I think of him often.

*** Posted by Penny Schuler on 2011-09-12 ***

I only had the pleasure of working with Bill once, on a Purina job with September. He showed me around Boston, he introduced me to my first (and last) cigar. He was so kind and funny, and such a pleasure to collaborate with. He was just obviously a really good, decent guy. I look for his name every September, and remember him so fondly. Blessings on his family, you must miss him terribly.

*** Posted by Liz H. on 2011-09-11 ***

Thinking of you today. I miss you buddy!

*** Posted by dan lincoln on 2011-09-11 ***

I worked with Bill many times. He was a lovely man. A delight to work with. He became a good friend through my wife Gail Desmond who was a producer at the time.
I sit here on this morning with tears in my eyes cos I will never see that smile again.
He was a beautiful man. He is a beautiful spirit
My heart goes out to his family.
Bill you will never be forgotten

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2011-09-11 ***

I remember Bill from living on Hines court. My daughter and I met this wonderfull family while tric or treeting. Bill and Lisa came to the door that night to hand out candy. Asked how old Amanda was and than told us about Zoe. Both girls were shy but Lisa and Bill aranged play dates for them at their house. We think of Bill often and always remember Zoe and Lisa. Lisa, Zoe I am so glad that I found this page. We are thinking of you often but exspecialy today. Brenda and Amanda

*** Posted by Brenda/Amanda on 2011-09-11 ***

Today is such a beautiful day, much like it was ten years ago, when you boarded that plane and flew straight to heaven...
My friend, you are often in my thoughts and forever in my heart.

*** Posted by Brenda Coffey on 2011-09-11 ***

I use to talk to Bill on Fridays about his next productions discussing costs. I knew he was flying out and still shocked to be honest.

*** Posted by MJ on 2011-09-11 ***

I visited New York from Washington on Sept. 16. I saw hundreds of missing person fliers. I photographed one. It was of Bill Weems. I cherish that photo because it put a human face on this tragedy.

*** Posted by Graeme on 2011-09-10 ***

I worked with Bill at September Productions for many years, while he the BEST executive producer anyone could hope to work with!
He was always bright with a smile, very smart, extremely kind, and grateful that I always came in "under the budget"! We did many huge projects together, and I will always remember the joy I felt working on his team!

My son and I had just moved from Boston to LA a week before Sept.11th, 2001, hoping to start my freelance wardrobe styling career (working with Bill again I hoped) once we settled in!

Our worlds changed forever that horrific morning! I was doubly devastated to learn that our dearest friend, great husband, and father had been taken from us! TOO SOON!
Not once, have I stopped praying for his soul and his beautiful wife Lisa and his lovely daughter Zoe, for these past ten years.

Bill I will always miss you and will always remember your smile and your contagious laughter, and your friendship!

God Bless You and all your Loved Ones...


*** Posted by Amy Looker on 2011-09-10 ***

I worked with Bill many times over the years.
An extraordinary professional and a wonderful human being.
Bill still lives in many of our hearts today.

*** Posted by Keith D. Lane on 2011-09-09 ***

Had the pleasure of dealing with Bill on a professional level when I worked at Sparks and he worked at September Productions, and was heartbroken to tell my former co-workers of his untimely death. I still say a prayer for all that were touched by this senseless tragedy.

*** Posted by Lisa Whiting-Rose on 2011-09-09 ***

I so loved working with Bill. He was funny.He was a great producer. I spoke with him the day before 9/11. He was on his way to L.A. to do a job. I will always miss him!

*** Posted by Mark Zekanis on 2011-09-08 ***

Oh I am so sad to just discover this...Bill Weems was in my Drama class at Chatsworth High School, and we played opposite each other as love interests in a very funny Neil Simon Play called Black Comedy circa 1972. Bill was a great guy, a funny guy...that play was among my fondest memories of high school. God rest his beautiful soul.

*** Posted by Pamela Craig Adkisson on 2011-06-30 ***

Billie was my step-brother, but I loved him like he was my true brother. I have known him since we were young teenagers when our parents were friends. My mom and dad and his mom and dad got divorced and some years later my dad Don married his mom Elaine. They were married for over 25 years. My Dad, Don, died in 1998 and mom Elaine died in 2000. Billie was there for us when Dad died and then 2 years later when Elaine passed on. All I can say is I am so glad that she died before he did because she wouldn't have been able to handle it. Billie was one of the kindest people I have ever known. He had a fabulous sense of humor and no matter how down mom was after Don died he could make her smile. His smile, I will never forget his smile, more like a smirk cause you never quite knew what he was going to say. Billie and I were the executors of our parent's estate and unfortunately on 9/11 he was flying out to LA and coming down to the desert so we could go through all of their stuff and decide what we were going to do with everything. I was out playing golf that morning and my partner Joy was home when Billie called from the plane. All she heard was screaming and then silence. Joy loved Billie too and always called him the brother she never had. To this day she wears a small gold American Flag every day in his memory. He was such a great dad to Zoe. He was so proud of her and would do anything for her like being her room father at her school. He had so many funny stories about being the room dad. We keep everything that Billie gave to his mom. He always sent her flowers and he sent her an Easter Bunny candle that we put out every Easter in his honor. We also have a pop up Christmas ornament that he gave her. Some day if Zoe would like them she is welcome to them. I can not even imagine the loss that Zoe has had to endure for the last almost 10 years. I know how hard it is missing Bille, my brother, my friend. He will always be remembered and never be forgotten.

*** Posted by Pam Hawley on 2011-05-02 ***

Bill looks very familiar to me, but only really remember him as a passing smile! It sounds as though he was a wonderful man! So sorry for your loss, to all who knew and loved him. We went to High School together. ;^)Cheryl

*** Posted by Cheryl Rowley on 2011-05-02 ***

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