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A lonely pensioner in England put a poster in his window asking for friends after the death of his wife left him feeling totally isolated. Tony Williams, 75, said he often goes for days without speaking to anyone after his wife Jo, also 75, passed away in May. But his loneliness may soon be ending.
After his heartbreaking story made headlines earlier this week, dozens of strangers have called and his inbox began bursting with friend requests. The retired physicist has no children and he said earlier that he often sits at home willing the phone to ring, "but it never does. Without any family nearby, Williams put two in his local newspaper in Alton, East Hampshire, looking for a friend to chat with, but didn't get any replies. Tony Williams has now put a poster up in his window asking for pals.
So, in a bid to find a pal to listen to music with or sit in the garden alongside, he had business cards made, to hand out when he went to the supermarket or out for a walk. Williams handed out dozens without receiving a call back, so has now put a poster up in his window asking for pals. The retired physicist has no children and said he often sits at home willing the phone to ring "but it never does" — and he said he feels "cursed" by loneliness.
My wonderful wife has just died, and I have nobody. All I want is for somebody to Lonely wife looking for friends the and phone me up. He met Jo, a legal secretary, in a bar more than 35 years ago, and their marriage was "perfect harmony". Williams met Jo, a legal secretary, in a bar more than 35 years ago, and their marriage was "perfect harmony".
The couple were unable to have any children, and have lived in Kempley, in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire, England, for 25 years. We had no secrets and we could be totally open with each other. We had no secrets and we could be totally open with each other - we really were soul mates.
It was the highlight of our day. We also had a huge, beautiful garden with an orchard. Everything was just perfect. They moved to near Alton last year so Jo could be closer to her sister, Beryl, But Jo fell ill with what turned out to be pancreatic cancer, shortly after they moved, and died suddenly, just nine days after the diagnosis. Jo passed away at home with her husband by her side, and Williams said he has lived in near silence ever since.
I find the unremitting silence hours-a-day unbearable torture. Can nobody help me? Williams said he isn't close to his late wife's family, and his own three siblings live far away. Fun stories about food, relationships, the great outdoors and more. Arrives Weekly.Lonely wife looking for friends
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