Bill comes from a diverse professional background. At a young age Bill started working at the family gas station helping his grandfather on weekends and school vacations, it was then Bill started to develop his work ethic and his customer service skills. Bill worked as a MA correction officer and with over 20 years in the security industry Bill prides himself on his integrity, devotion, and strong work ethic and it shows! Later in life, Bill got the real estate bug, studied hard and got his real estate license. He thoroughly enjoyed meeting and working with clients to make a sometimes stressful time easier for them. After stepping away for a while, Bill has returned to the industry as a Photographer. He loves the new role of being able to assist clients and Agents alike. Bill is a Father and husband and resides in Central MA, where he has lived almost all his life. Bill is an extremely proud Father of a 22 year old son who serves in the U.S Air Force. He spends his free time riding his Harley Davidson and volunteering for veteran related charities.
What made you want to join Lamacchia Realty?
“I am actually friends with a current Lamacchia employee and I would see his posts on social media about what a great company it was. Everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves, successful and if having a hard time there was plenty of support and training. A true family atmosphere! I was very impressed and knew I had to be a part of such a great organization.”
Outside of Work I Enjoy:
“I am an avid motorcyclist and enjoy long trips to nowhere!”
Do you have a favorite charity?
“Former military and my Son is active duty in the Air Force so, anything to do with helping Vets and their families is number one in my heart. Animals and children’s charities as well.”
Do you have any pets?
“A one-eyed cat.”
My Favorite Sports:
“True Boston sports fanatic here!”
Favorite Part of My Job:
“The ability to provide first rate service to our agents and customers. I truly enjoy going the extra mile to make someone’s day better or their job easier.”