For nearly four decades, Jack Williams has defined New England news. Check out these flashback photos.
“For 14 years, one of my closest co-workers has also been one of my closest friends. He’s like the big brother I never had.”
Looking back on his years working with Jack Williams, former WBZ sports anchor Bob Lobel shared memories of his friend and longtime colleague.
“We’ve come to rely upon you. We trust you. We know you know the story inside and out.”
“You spend one minute talking to Jack, you very quickly realize that Wednesday’s Child is so deep in his heart.”
Former WBZ-TV arts and entertainment anchor Joyce Kulhawik said Jack Williams had the ability to capture any audience.
“When I walked in the door here ten years ago, Jack Williams was the first guy to come over to me and say ‘welcome’.”
“There are things people don’t know about Jack…”
“If you can walk away from this business and say I affected a lot of people’s lives, and I changed the trajectory of a lot of people for the better – well he did it.”
NightSide on WBZ NewsRadio 1030 host Dan Rea said Jack Williams had the ability to laugh at himself, while also providing meaningful news coverage.