William F. Stuczko " Mister Bill "
William "Mister Bill" Stuczko, 61, of Worcester died December 6 surrounded by his family . He leaves a daughter, Harley Stuczko of Worcester; two brothers, John Storms and his fiancée Millie Hannula of Auburn, Edward D. Stuczko and his wife Gail of Auburn; and a sister, Denise D'Allessandro and her husband Alan of Worcester. He also leaves two nieces, April D'Allessandro-Andrews and her husband Matthew of Worcester, and Sarah Stuczko of Worcester; and two nephews, Alan D'Allessandro Jr. of Millbury, and Zachary Stuczko of Auburn.
He was born and raised in Worcester, the youngest son of John Stuczko and Helen (O'Rourke) Stuczko and graduated from North High School in 1977. He worked for a local beer distributor, C&S Wholesale Grocer as well as different local paint companies and coffee vendors. He owned and operated Bill's Drain Service and was a member of Teamsters Local 170.
He loved to fish and riding his Harley "living the life". He also spent many days at the Ivy Cafe playing Keno and yelling at "the little man in the TV who hates me". He always joked that he wanted to go to Hell because all of his friends will be waiting for him. If you knew him, raise your next drink and toast him.
There are no calling hours. A graveside service will be held on Friday, December 11th at 12:30 PM, at Worcester County Memorial Park in Paxton. In lieu of flowers, donations in his name may be made to the American Diabetes Association.
Graham Putnam & Mahoney Funeral Parlor is assisting the family with arrangements.
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