Condolence: With a twinkle in his eyes-
Rose to his cheeks, the Mann I knew of,now silent in sleep. The Blue for strength,now worn in solem-For a life well served, the Lord has called him.
Our memories many- with Kindness and Love,
Take solice in knowing,he's now up above.
A smile and tear only strengthen our hearts,how he'll be remebered,will keep us going,while we're apart.💙
In Deepest Sympathy, and Remberansce
Condolence: My mother, Sue Bryce, worked for Billy for a number of years and always praised him highly. It was hard for her to retire because of him. She and Billy were friends way before then. When my mother moved out of Massachusetts, Billy asked to have her license plate because it only had 6 numbers - 85166. Perhaps it is now on one of his family's vehicles! He was a Medfield icon and one of the nicest people anyone could know. He will be missed by many!
Condolence: To Mrs Mann.. That’s what my family called you ... so sorry to hear of the chiefs passing.. He was an icon in Medfield. We all looked up to him and you as well. You were the crossing guard by our house. For all he did for Medfield and for all you did. Thank you
Mary Henry ( wife of ) Tidal B. Henry
Condolence: Elisabeth and family, the Chief had a very positive influence on my career in Law Enforcement and I owe a lot to him. He was an honest and hardworking Chief that I had the utmost respect for, he will be greatly missed. John Wilhelmi-Medfield Police
Condolence: Amazing man; fond childhood memories of when respect and admiration widened my eyes, where lessons were learned. Chief Mann may have even given me a ticket, or threatened a conversation with my Dad. Thank you for the memories