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William C. “Bill” Lambroukos

Respected computer engineer “expert”

William C. “Bill” Lambroukos, 45, of Hudson, NH, but formerly of Lowell, died Thursday April 14, 2015 unexpectedly at his home.

Born in Lawrence, Massachusetts, May 19, 1970, the beloved son of Alexander and Penelope (Carson) Lambroukos, he attended Lowell schools and was a graduate of Lowell High School in the Class of 1989.

A self-taught and well known computer engineer who also wrote code, Bill (or “Lamby” to his computer co-workers), was currently working for the Broad Institute, a division of MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) in Boston.
 
Previously, he began his career at F.T.P. Software in Andover a well-known innovator in the industry. Later he worked at Navisite in Andover and Paymentech in Salem, NH.

In addition, Bill was a graduate of the Lowell Police Academy and formerly served as a Deputy Chief of the Haverhill Auxiliary Police Department. He was also a Master Electrician.

Among his many interests, Bill loved the outdoors, the mountains, many parts of Northern New England and was an avid ham radio operator.

Besides his parents, Alec and Penny of Tewksbury, Bill is survived by his sister Amy E. Lambroukos-Silva and her husband Chris of Boston; a brother Kurt A. Lambroukos of Methuen; two nieces, Olyvia and Isabella Lambroukos and a nephew Preston Silva; and several loving aunts, uncles and cousins.

He was also the beloved fiancée of Kathleen Dumais of Hudson, NH.

( Friends may call at the O’DONNELL FUNERAL HOME 276 PAWTUCKET ST. at Fletcher from 4 to 7 P.M. Tuesday.  Funeral and Committal Services will be held privately for the family at a later date. E-condolences/directions at odonnellfuneralhome.com. Those wishing may make contributions in his memory to the Children’s Hospital, 300 Longwood Ave., Boston, MA 02115. Arrangements by Funeral Directors James F. O’Donnell, Jr. and John W. Crane (866 or 978) 458-8768.     
 

 

Condolences (7)
  • Terry Dever  - Condolences and peace to Bill's friends and family
    I worked with Lamby at FTP Software from 1993 thru 1997. When I was new to the company, he was 1 of the first people to take me under his wing. He was a very well liked, extremely well respected co-worker, funny, great guy to be around. He was a very creative problem solver. He always went out of his way to help customers, even the ones who were irate. He led by example. As a matter of fact, his method of being a self-taught expert is something I carry with me in my career to this day. He & I shared an office for about a year and a half. We laughed non-stop every single day. Lamby was a great guy. He will be greatly missed. Any and all who were lucky to be Bill's friend or family member were just that--lucky--because he was unique.
  • Kenneth Taylor  - Our deepest sympathy
    So very sorry for your loss and our deepest sympathy. God bless the family and Kathleen Dumais and all of Billys friends.I met him while I was plastering the basement ceiling for them in Hudson, N.H. May god bless your soul, Billy.
  • Dr. Chuck Koknos  - alex and famly
    we at our office are so sad at your sudden loss.... cannot believe how much you were laughing at the office earlier on that day ...only to go home and find out this devastating news best chuck and staff
  • Gale Manning  - My deepest sympathy to all family members and Kath
    Grief, like a wave, comes sweeping in, then it recedes leaving us with some peace and with the treasures of memory, love and strength. Until grief recedes and peace sustains and loving memories remain, my thoughts, prayers and blessings with be with all of you. With deepest sympathy, Gale
  • John & Nancy Veiga  - Condolences to Kathleen and the Lambroukos family
    Our deepest sympathies go out Kathleen and Bill's family. May God give you the comfort and peace that you seek and may the soul of your loved one rest in peace. John & Nancy Veiga
  • Angela Occhialini  - prayers and peace to Bill's loved ones
    I worked with Lamby at FTP. He was a great person, always wanted to learn and do the best for his customers and co-workers. A natural leader that would go out of his way to protect his coworkers if any issues arose. He presented those in management many laughs with creative issues to work through... for example when he was working a shift for the Police in Haverhill before or after his FTP hours, what to do with his police equipment since he couldn't leave it in his car or desk. When we had problems to solve, he stepped up with a smile. He loved sharing great stories with us. It is sad he has left so soon. I wish his family and loved ones prayers and peace.
  • Kathleen  - My Love, My Forever
    I love you forever.
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