William H. Chambers, age 66, of East Haven, passed away at Yale-New Haven Hospital on August 17, 2018. Born in New Haven on March 31, 1952, he was a son of the late Walter H. and Mary (Andrews) Chambers. He is survived by his daughters; Tabitha & her husband Ivan Torres of East Haven and Dawn Farrell of Port St. Lucie, FL; three grandchildren, Ivan W., Brielle and Layla Torres; his sister, Patricia Shaughnessy of Fall River, MA and his brother Walter D. Chambers of Warwick, RI. William was predeceased by his sister Valerie Jacobs and brother Robert Chambers. A longtime resident of East Haven, he worked as a welder and metal fabricator for nearly his entire life. He greatly enjoyed dancing and weight training. He was a very spiritual being, keeping his faith until the very end. Friends may visit with his family at BEECHER & BENNETT FUNERAL HOME, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden on Thursday, August 23rd from 12:00 noon until 1:00 PM, at which time his Prayer Service will begin. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers contributions in William's memory may be made to Animal Haven, 89 Mill Rd, North Haven, CT 06473.

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  1. Bill man, there’s so much to be said about our shared friendship that I can’t put it all into words, but I know you feel the energy. Thank you for your spiritual words, your always on call assistance in WHATEVER was needed, our REAL man to man words, and the guided help in the building and the shaping of Kourtney. Your love for him and the rest of us was tried and true. This isn’t good bye. This is .I’ll catch you on the flip side Bruh!.

    Love and light,
    Preston and Huck

  2. Bill was a very friend and I was honored to have known him. He always gave me such big hugs when I saw him. He was my spiritual friend as well. We were always lifting each other up. I will miss you, Bill. May you Rest In Peace and give Daddy a hug from me, until we all meet again.
    Love always,
    April Langston

  3. My man! Always the most positive being in the room! Thank you for all your wise words & lessons through out these past years! You will always be bright! Have a great travel in the astrals my good friend! Till then! Love & Light<3

    Scott~

  4. RIP Uncle Billy. I will always remember the times you came to Newport with you Camaro and that loud horn. You will be missed. Love you – Johnny

  5. may William H . Chamber rest in peace the angel took him on their wings to a better place he was a friendly nice person I only knew him a short time. may God bless the whole family threw these ruff times. Georgia Myers

  6. First time I met you and the last time I seen you, your radiance was always the same. Master craftsman you were as well. Thanks for sharing time and space. Travel safely. Wholeness. Love. Light.

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