April 28, 1941 - October 30, 2023
Visitation: No Visitation
Service: 11AM, December 9, 2023 at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 60 Rochester Rd., Freedom, PA 15042
In Loving Memory of William Norman Hewlett Jr.
April 28, 1941 – October 30, 2023
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of William Norman Hewlett Jr. on October 30, 2023. Born on April 28, 1941, in Camden, New Jersey, Bill, as he was affectionately known, and Mr. Bill to some, led a life filled with passion, dedication, and numerous accomplishments.
Bill had a love for his country, which led him to serve in the United States Air Force. His time in the military instilled in him a sense of discipline and honor that he carried throughout his life. He studied electronics and computer science in the Air Force and became an instructor of the same. After his military service, Bill embarked on a successful career in the computer field with RCA and later was to start his own business in S. Texas in computer sales and service. Upon moving from Texas to the Pittsburgh area he became a member of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church and was involved in various activities and positions on church council.
Bill was a beloved husband to his surviving spouse, Joyce Kristoffy Hewlett. Bill is also survived by his daughter Holly Dawn Hewlett and stepdaughter Heather Coward Slack. Also his sister Louise Gulmantovicz and grandfather to John Michael Hewlett and Nasha Hewlett and step grandfather to Victor, Viveanne and Henry Slack. Together, they shared cherished moments and created a lifetime of memories.
As we gather to honor Bill’s life, we invite friends, family, and colleagues to join us in celebrating his remarkable journey. A memorial service will be held at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church on December 9 at 11:00.
In this time of grief, let us remember the legacy that William Norman Hewlett Jr. leaves behind – a life well-lived, relationships deeply cherished, and an unwavering commitment to his country and loved ones.Send Flowers Shop Gifts Print Obituary Share Obituary