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William Stenson

William Stenson

Wednesday, January 31st, 1940 - Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020
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THE CASEY FAMILY IS HONORED TO BE ASSISTING AND CARING FOR THE FAMILY OF DOLLAR BILL STENSON

AFFECTIONATLEY KNOWN AS DOLLAR BILL


WATERBURY - William “Dollar Bill” Stenson age 80, of Waterbury, passed away unexpectedly on March 3rd 2020 at the Vitas Innovative Care Unit of St Mary’s Hospital surrounded by the love and comfort of his family after a brief illness. He was the husband of Cheryl Stenson.

Bill was born January 31, 1940 in Waterbury, CT, the son of the late William D. and Marjorie (Donahue) Stenson and was also predeceased by his grandmother. Lillian Hosey and aunt, Frances and uncle Bill Morrell, who both raised him. Bill attended
Sts. Peter and Paul Grammar School and Wilby High School in Waterbury and worked at Waterbury Buckle and Naugatuck Synthetic, where he was very active in the union and he retired from Platt Brothers. Bill enjoyed life! He loved to dance, shoot pool, play setback, scat and cheer loudly for his favorite team, the NY Yankees. He was a member of the AOH Club in Waterbury and was also a member of the Washington Hill Club. Bill was a coach of the Peter J Foley little league baseball team of Naugatuck and enjoyed playing softball for the Brown Derby in Naugatuck.

Left to cherish his memory and honor his love and legacy are his wife of 30 years, Cherie, his three children: Margie Bammann, Katie Torres, Bill Stenson and his wife, Darci of Torrington. Bill and Cherie were blessed with 9 grandchildren, Stefanie Dubourg, Richard and his wife, Carissa Carn, Gary Bammann Jr., Clay Torres, Sarah Baily, Madeline, William and Daniel Stenson and 5 great grandchildren: Derick, Briar Rose, Barrett, and Charley Jade.

A Private Memorial Service for Bill will be held at the convenience of the family. There are no calling hours. Casey’s Eastside Memorial Funeral Home 1987 East Main St Waterbury, Ct 06705 has been honored to assist the Stenson family. Memories endure only if you share them, so you are encouraged to leave a condolence, words of comfort or a personal memory with the Stenson family on Bill’s tribute page at www.eastsidememorial.com.
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Tom and Deb Morck

Posted at 08:29pm
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Patrick McKinney

Posted at 10:56am
Both Dita and I were sadden to hear of "Dollars" passing. We will always have fond memories of times spent with him. In particular I will remember good times with him at the WHAC. He was always great to be around. He will be missed.

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michael brunetti

Posted at 08:47am
Dear Cherie and the Stenson family, My good friend William ' dollar bill ', .The 40 years I known you were great the laughs we had in work and the outside. I would look forward to going to Howards bar every wed, I would come to work every Thusday not feeling to good.I would say to myself how does he do it, i guess he was more experience than me. When Bill and Cherie brought their house he made downstairs a party room. Linda and I love going over there for party's and dancing with the music coming out of that juke box. After he retired I still kept in touch with him enjoying that Christmas drink with him. I lost a great friend and will truly be missed. God Bless Love Mike and Linda Brunetti
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Ted Valentino

Posted at 08:57pm
Dear Cheryl and family,
We are very saddened to learn of Dollar's death. Teddy is so glad that he got to talk to him on his 80th birthday. He always enjoyed catching up with him. They both missed the Washington Hill Club and the scat games. We will keep Dollar and your family in our prayers.

With deepest sympathy,
Teddy and Sandie Valentino
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Linda Blais

Posted at 02:46pm
Cheri so sorry to hear of "Dollar's" passing. He was always so much fun to be with!! I can remember him dancing and swinging his legs up over the chairs. I always enjoyed the parties we went to in your basement and you and Bill were such welcoming hosts. There was never a dull moment when in his presence and his dry sense of humor always put us in a good mood. My condolences to you and the family and we will keep "Dollar" in our fondest memories.

Rick and Linda Blais
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