Bill Musick

July 27, 1960 ‒ December 14, 2020

Lexington, Ohio

William Joseph Musick peacefully passed away in his Lexington home following an extended illness on December 14, 2020.

Bill was born July 27, 1960, in Lucas, Ohio the son of William Joseph Musick, Sr. and Iona (Shindeldecker) Musick. He was a 1978 graduate of Lucas High School. Bill worked with Shiloh Manufacturing for over 27 years until they closed the plant. He then found a new passion in truck driving and greatly enjoyed his job.

Bill was a “people person” who loved visiting people and spending time with friends and family. Above all, he loved being outside in the sunshine and liked to sit by the pool. His favorite meal was a steak dinner and he enjoyed listening to 70s music and rock & roll. Bill will be remembered as a man who always had something nice to say and who always spread positivity with a big smile ever-present on his face.

He is survived by his loving partner of 12 years, Dustin Lambert of Lexington, Ohio; son and daughter-in-law Tyler & Kasey Musick of Leavittsburg, Ohio; daughter Tiffany Musick of Gahanna, Ohio; granddaughter Aubree Musick; sister Janet Musick; niece Stephanie Broyles; nephew Bobby Broyles; and his adorable pet Chihuahua: Chanel.

Bill was preceded in death by his parents William & Iona Musick.

Although in accordance with Bill’s wishes there will be no public service, his family hopes you will remember him in your own special way. Think of Bill next time you feel the warmth of the sun and spread positivity in his memory.

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  • Bill we are all missing you already,never will forget you best son-in-law ever,love you for always being there for Dustin I know you two loved each other with all your hearts.I know all you had to go threw and so sorry,such a good person to haft to go threw it.I love you and will miss you very much,so go now know more pain in heaven and I know your family is waiting on you R.I.P Bill will miss your smile.

  • So sorry to hear this, Bill was always a great guy at work. I remember when he took that janitor job, he was so happy. Gone way too soon. Condolences to his family.

  • I remember Bill as a very hard worker. He got along with everybody, witch in it self was a monumental task given the amount of people we had in the day. He could take a prank and give one as well! He was always there for a friend in need. He will be missed. Bill was my friend, and I have no complaints.

  • I was the young one on the block so I didn’t work directly w/Bill. He seemed to be a hard worker and got along w/all the employees. Gone way too soon. Condolences to his family.

  • Such a great friend!! 38 years and never a harsh word between us.. hard worker..great son!! Excellent father..just a awesome human being,,, I will miss him. Took for granted that he would be here forever! Hindsight is a awful thing.. but he was loved by everyone that really got to know short of time on this earth for such a special person.

  • So sorry for your loss Janet. Bill was never without a smile. Although no one is as close as we use to be, we are still family. Love you

  • Bill could always bring a smile to your face. He kinda grew up at our house, he and Janet were here a lot Love them both. You are missed already. Love to your family Bill, they are missing you so much.

  • Gone way too soon. Bill had your moms outgoing personality and the good heart of both his mom and dad. Janet you were blessed with such a loving family. My sympathy to you and your family.

  • Janet, I’m sorry, this was out of blue for me, didn’t know Billy was Ill, but then we haven’t kept in touch. Will remember his constant smile

  • Condolences for Bill’s family and friends. Growing up he was was always a prankster and always kind. Favorite memory: he was told to finish washing the pots and pans. He took them them in that large pantry and hid them in the bottom cabinet. I was so worried about getting into trouble. He said every day he took a pan out of hiding and put it in the sink and never got in trouble for it!

  • I’m so very sorry to hear of Bill’s passing. He was such a nice person and it was always so much fun to be around him!
    I’ll never forget him quickly agreeing to play the role of the opposing team’s homecoming queen for one of our pep rally skits waaaay back in the late 70’s! He played it up so well! He was so hilarious that most everyone had tears from laughing so hard.
    You both have the same kind-hearted spirit, Janet, and I pray that God showers you with His consolation and pours out His peace to all who are grieving Bill’s passing.