Bill lived in Groveland, Mass but spent a great deal of time in Vermont. Bill had worked as a dairy equipment salesman and in 1959 took a Pierce-Arrow sedan as payment for equipment sold to a Morrisville milk processor.
He soon after added several Packards, Model A Fords and an assortment of other makes for a collection of a dozen or so cars.
Bill originally kept his collection in a building on the Stowe-Morrsville road but later moved them to an old Chevrolet Garage in Richford where he often hosted the VAE members.
The collection was definitely eclectic and spanned teh spectrum of auto interest. One of the more memorable cars in Bill’s collection was a 1937 Ford Paddy Wagon.
Never tiring of a discussion relating to cars, Bill was very much in evidence at all the shows and meets until his death and usually drove either his 1929 Model A Touring or his big red 1931 Packard Super Eight Sedan.