Ted Williams' son, cryonics believer, dead at 35

Howard Lovy's NanoBot alerts us to the death of John-Henry Williams, son of baseball great Ted Williams who was put in a cryogenic deep freeze in 2002. Apparently, John-Henry and his sister signed a pact with their father declaring their desire to be frozen. No word though on whether John-Henry went through with it.
Update: bb reader Bryan Maloney points us to an ESPN.com article that says: "The Boston Globe and the Boston Herald, citing family sources, reported John Henry Williams' remains were delivered to the Alcor Life Extension Foundation in Scottsdale, Ariz., where his famous father's body has been stored since his death."