Meet Will

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Will is a true “Cape Codder.”  The Crockers settled in the Town of Barnstable with the first families in 1632; seven years before it was incorporated.    Will was born in Hyannis and raised in West Barnstable.  Will graduated from Barnstable High School in 1975 and attended Cape Cod Community College, subsequently graduating from the University of Maine in 1980. 

Will worked in the Broadcast Communications Industry for over 30 years in Radio and Television reporting on important local issues. You may remember hearing him on WQRC, WOCN, WFCC and WXTK. Through most of those years, Will taught High School Speech and Debate after school. In 2011, Will left broadcasting to pursue a full-time career in Education.  He currently works at the Bristol County House of Correction helping inmates to attain their High School Diplomas and to obtain employment after their release.

In 2013, Will was elected to the Barnstable Town Council and represents Precinct Six in Centerville.  He currently Chairs the Roads Committee, sits on the Appointments and Charter Review Committees and is the Council Liaison to the Conservation Commission and the Community Preservation Committee. In addition, Will was recently appointed to the town's Committee to Analyze the Impact of Illegal Drugs on the Barnstable Community.

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Both Will and his wife Judy are extremely active in their community and have spent many, many years volunteering and serving on various boards and organizations.

Will serves as a Trustee at Cape Cod Community College, a Trustee on The Barnstable Historical Society and has served for many years on the Parish Council of St. Michael the Archangel Orthodox Christian Church.  

Will was a highly recognized High School Speech and Debate coach and earned a spot in The Massachusetts Speech and Debate League Hall of Fame and served on its Executive Board for many years. 

Will lives in Centerville with his wife Judy.