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

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My love and heartfelt sympathy for William and all his friends and family for the tragedy they suffered on that day and have suffered ever since. I hope for justice.

*** Posted by Craig Jenkins on 2011-04-24 ***

Bill and I were in the same graduating class from Chatsworth High — 1973. He was a warm and generous friend, always involved in drama class, plays, and whatever other trouble we all could get into.

The world is a darker place because your light has gone out.

*** Posted by Dawn Daymude on 2011-03-31 ***

I worked with Bill for a number a years while I lived in Boston (working in the film industry). Two days after the 9-11 attacks, when I saw Bill's name "crawling" across my TV screen at the bottom of CNN news, my knees buckled on me. I had worked with Bill while at September Productions.... Bill was one of the nicest people I had ever known. We had many good times.... We produced many good projects together. I had known his wife, Lisa, since I started in the biz as a P.A. ... My heart still hurts.... I miss his sense of humor....

On this Thanksgiving, I give thanks to have had the opportunity to have known him and to have worked with him....

*** Posted by Tony Mariano on 2010-11-25 ***

Uncle Bill,

We miss you a lot, and Aunt Lisa and Zoe are lost without you!

*** Posted by Kaydee Donnes Cooper Ose on 2010-09-14 ***

This is my third time writing (last time I was 14!). I still love you so much, God bless you and God bless America.

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2010-09-11 ***

I worked with Bill a few times in Miami with my co-worker Liz. I remember we took to him immediately, as he was one of the first producers I had worked with. He was a true professional, but he was also warm and kind — showing that you don't have to be a tyrant to get the job done. Bill was a true family man, always showing pictures of his wife and daughter and telling stories from back home.

I recall one particular time when the PA was not available to drive him and the bigwigs up to the studio, so I was elected. It was so early in the morning, and feeling a little groggy, I got off the exit and took the first left instead of the second. I was going the WRONG WAY on the street. Bill chuckled and was calm. He asked, "Are you sure you're going the right way?" OMG! I immediately turned around and got back on track, apologizing the entire time. He was very sweet about it, whereas most people would've had your head for such a stupid mistake.

I take Bill with me every time I hear about the events of 9/11 and make a point to say a prayer for him and his family every year on the anniversary. It is a sin that it happened to such a good, funny man. He had a warm heart, and although I worked with him only a total of a month, I still feel the stab when I hear his name associated with such a terrible day.

You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers, Bill. I know you're in a good place, my friend.

*** Posted by Lisa Gigliotti on 2010-09-11 ***

Thinking of you today, Bill.

*** Posted by Eric Korsh on 2010-09-11 ***

My first day, he asked me if I could drive a car. (I was 25.) I said, "No, but I have seen it done." He cracked up. To this day I think about the time I made Bill laugh—and the many times he made me blow milk out of my nose with his dry, very dry, yet so smart, humor. What a waste of brilliance! Why did it have to be Bill? Good-bye, Bill—you were one of the good ones.

*** Posted by Bob Marks (Kelp) on 2010-03-11 ***

I wish everyone would remember all who died on 9/11 everyday. I feel that this was the greatest tragedy of all time. My heart aches for all the families and friends of all who died. My prayers everyday.

*** Posted by veronica on 2009-09-11 ***

My uncle was a nice guy to friends and family, and we will miss him a lot!

Kaydee Donnes Cooper

*** Posted by Kaydee Donnes Cooper on 2009-03-20 ***

I knew William in California, as we attended the same church, during our college years. He was a brilliant and intelligent person, gifted in friendship. He was also very funny.
  God bless his family.

*** Posted by ethel on 2008-09-11 ***

My Uncle Bill, a great guy and a loving father and hubby and a great uncle. We will miss you lots.

*** Posted by Kaydee Donnes Cooper on 2008-04-11 ***

Bill was a great friend. He was the best guy to go to the movies with ever! I miss him every day. I hope that I can be as kind and thoughtful as Bill was--a great man, father, and husband. I feel lucky to have known him.

*** Posted by Dan Lincoln on 2007-12-10 ***

William Weems

William Weems

*** Posted by Anonymous on 2007-12-09 ***

New England Studio Mechanics, IATSE Local 481 represents the technicians that Bill hired for his commercials in the New England area. Many of our union members knew him from his days at Cinemagraphics, Shooting Gallery, September Productions and Picture Park. His senseless death shocked and angered us all. Since 9/11, we have organized a blood drive in his memory, usually at a film studio during January. If you'd like more info about the blood drive, contact Central Booking Service at http://centralbookingservice.com/index.html

*** Posted by Phil Reilly on 2007-12-09 ***

I, too, worked with Bill back in the 80's at CinemaGraphics. He was a man of spirit, compassion, laughter, and commitment. God bless his memory and his family.

*** Posted by Beth A. on 2007-09-19 ***

My uncle Bill was a great guy!

*** Posted by Kaydee Donnes Cooper on 2007-09-18 ***

hi its me again...im turning 14 this summer...its been forever...sometimes I worry about forgetting bill...and because it was so tramatic I forget what his face really and truely was like but I do remember his warm hugs and sneeks he wore with any outfit...i also remember his computer screen because the background was always that school years picture of his daughter zoe...i still love you and think about you all the time Bill...i just know your my gaurdian angel...thanks for looking out for me

*** Posted by tesia on 2007-03-20 ***

I had the pleasure of working with Bill in Boston in the late 80's - when he worked at Cinemagraphics(?). He was always so encouraging and pleasant. I looked up to him - and think of him often.

*** Posted by kathleen penny on 2006-10-24 ***

I was a storyboard artist that worked with Bill many times. He was so generous throwing work my way and connecting me to many people I would not have met. I worked with Bill on a project that was taking him to LA that day, and today 5 years later I am thinking of him and still thanking him for the professional connection we had.

*** Posted by Karin S on 2006-09-11 ***

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