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William J. Anzenberger

December 2, 1965 — May 12, 2024

Westwood, MA

William J. “Will” Anzenberger of Westwood Massachusetts died Sunday, May 12th. The son of the late Marjorie and Robert Anzenberger, and brother to Bob, Mike, and the late Pete Anzenberger. Born in Rochester New York in December 1965, Will was raised in Acton Massachusetts and attended Acton Boxborough Regional High School. He was a graduate of Boston College and held a Masters degree from the University of Virginia as well as a JD/MBA from the University of Wisconsin Madison.

Will was intensely loyal to the people and causes he cared about. He utilized his skills and education in many ways, most notably in animal welfare, where he led fundraising for animal shelters and related organizations in California, Hawaii, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Florida, Michigan, and Massachusetts. In addition to his academic and fundraising accomplishments Will was a Boston guy to the core, even if he wasn’t living there. He maintained his love for the Bruins by using his ingenuity to get Boston-based stations no matter where he was living. He was also a professional photographer who would attend his friends’ events to take photos for them whenever requested. He was a late-blooming hockey goalie, a world traveler, and could never quite give up his dream playing guitar in a rock band. In addition to his cherished relationships with people around the country, Will left behind his beloved French bulldogs Pi and Poly, who are in the process of being adopted through one of his associated charitable organizations – French Bulldog Village.

Details for a memorial service will be announced at a later date. If you would like to make a donation in Will’s memory, please donate to French Bulldog Village, Massachusetts SPCA - Angell, Dane County Humane Society, Valley Humane Society - Pleasanton or your local SPCA.

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