Condolence: We are honored to know the Mann family and call them friends. Mr. Mann was a card carrying member of the "Greatest Generation" and a town legend. He lived life simply, but always fully with his priorities being family, friends and service to others. The image of Mr. Mann, standing with his friend Basil, saluting the American flag during the playing of the National Anthem is an indelible image. He will be greatly missed.
Condolences to Mrs. Mann, her family and all of his many friends.
Condolence: Elisabeth and family... Bill will alays feel like part of my family too. Many years teaching CPR, many beers, some ambulance trips, many parades, lots of appointments to the police here, far too many meetings... but we still stayed close and warm frnds witjh all our families. The whole town is with you all!!!!
Condolence: I am sorry to hear of the passing of Chief! Mann, I had the privilege of starting my law enforcement career under his tutelage I wifi always remember his big smile and loud belly laugh and his dedication to the citizens of Medfield. He was one of a kind and will be missed, my condolences to the family on his passing
Condolence: I was saddened to hear of Bill's passing. I knew him from childhood..I am happy I developed a friendship with him
because of my Bill being Fire Chief. I enjoyed his sense of humor. He always asked how my Mom and Dad were.
Bill touched my heart when he and Elisabeth walked into my Mom's wake in Falmouth. I will never forget their kindness.
Please know I am thinking of you Elisabeth and your dear family