William "Bill" Leo Wilcox

Born in Springfield, Ohio on December 26, 1961

Departed on September 30, 2017 and resided in Springfield, Tennessee

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    William “Bill” Leo Wilcox, Sr. age 55 of Springfield, passed away on September 30, 2017 at his home.

    He was born on December 26, 1961 to the late Hap and Irma Wilcox.

    Mr. Bill lived in Springfield, Ohio before moving to Springfield, Tennessee. He was framer by trade working for different construction companies through the years.

    In addition to his parents, Bill is preceded in death by his daughter, Kandy Briane Wilcox and brothers, Larry Alan Wilcox, Kenneth Dale Wilcox, and David Anthony Wilcox.

    He is survived by his sons, William Leo (Angie) Wilcox, Jr. and Patrick Allan Wilcox; three grandchildren; siblings, Clarence Robert (Connie) Wilcox, Timothy Lester (Pam) Wilcox; Clara (Gary) Moore and Darrell Dewain Wilcox; special family, Julia (Roy Brown, Jr.) Walke, Marcia Kirk, Theresa Spriggs, and Marsha Moore, step-children, Joshua Moore, Timothy Moore and Robert Moore and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins.

    A Life Celebration will be held at a later date.

    In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the American Cancer Society: 2000 Charlotte Avenue
    Nashville, TN 37203.

    These arrangements were entrusted to Springfield Memorial, Funeral Home and Cremation Center: 4005 Memorial Blvd Springfield, Tennessee 37172- 615-384-5437.

    8 Comments to Mr. William "Bill" Leo Wilcox

    1. Joy Holt says:

      I’m so sory for your loss. I’d like to share some real hope with you. In John 5:28 and Acts 24:15 the bible promises a resurrection of our loved ones back here to earth. When Jesus resurrected Lazarus from the dead, he brought him back here to earth. He’s going to do that on a much larger scale in the future. In Pslms 37:11+29 it tells us man will live forever on the erath in peace. That was God’s original purpose, for man to live forever in the garden of eden. God’s purpose hasn’t changed. That’s why he provided his son to die for us, John 3:16, so we could have everlasting life. In Revelation 21:4 it tells us there;ll be no more pain or death. Is there pain and death in heaven? Of course not so that’s talking about here on earth. Please go to our website JW.org and click on to the publication “what does the bible really teach”. It will answer questions like “where are the dead” and “why does God allow suffering”.

    2. Wanda Snyder, Clara, Jo and Carson. says:

      We are sorry Clara for you and your loved ones. We love you.

    3. Heather White says:

      I would like to say sorry for your loss on behalf of my Dad Ralph Mattox and my mom Sandy Springs because they are his friend

    4. Amber says:

      I’m so sorry for everyone’s loss. Bill was a great person and an interesting character. I will never forget our many hang outs up in his room or down in the basement of Mammaw and Pappaws house not the great advice he always gave me.

    5. Rosina Henestofel says:

      I’m So sorry for your loss, I am related to Clara Moore she married my cousin.

    6. William l. Owen says:

      Wow was starting to get to know him again .I have memories as a kid when we was all younger .rest in peace. Cusion.

    7. Terry Mr. .Smith says:

      I have the same sentiment as Mrs. Joy Holt. One can find comfort in the true teachings of the bible for hope and the promise of the grand resurrection for the ones asleep in death. All my deep sympathy to Darrel’s family and friends. Darrel was a great guy. 🙂

      • Terry Mr. .Smith says:

        My sincere apology. I feel horrible about the fact that I got Billy’s name mixed up with his brother’s name, Darrel. All my deep sympathy to Billy’s family and friends. Billy was a great guy. 🙂

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