William Lloyd “Bill” Stillwagon
July 01, 1944 ‒ April 26, 2015
Mount Vernon, Ohio
Together again …….
William L. “Bill” Stillwagon, age 70, of Mount Vernon, was reunited with his loving wife Cindy (Columber) and long trusted canine companion “Rusty” on Sunday April 26, 2015 at the Wexner Medical Center at Ohio State University. Surrounded by family and friends, Bill slipped away peacefully into the waiting arms of Cindy, with a chicken McNugget for Rusty.
Bill was a devoted son, loving husband and brother and was always thinking of and doing for others before himself. Bill was born July 1, 1944 in Mount Vernon, He graduated from Mount Vernon High School in 1962 and had spent his lifetime in the Mount Vernon area. He was retired from Columbia Gas Transmission in Bangs. Bill served with the United States Army during the Vietnam War. He was a member of Colonial City Moose Lodge where he earned the Fellowship Degree, and was a life member of the Am Vets in Mount Vernon.
Surviving are his mother Celesta “Dutch” (Joris) Falter, his sister Cynthia “Sam” (David) Gorsuch of Gambier, nephews Zachary Gorsuch of Gambier, and Isaiah Columber of Mount Vernon; niece Chelsey Brady of Mount Vernon; mother-in-law Jeannette Columber of Mount Vernon and brother-in-law William (Sarah) Columber of Mount Vernon. Bill was preceded in death by his wife Elizabeth Lucinda “Cindy” (Columber) Stillwagon, his father William L. Stillwagon. Father-in-law Dale Columber, and his faithful canine companion “Rusty”.
The family would like to extend a special thank you to Bill’s longtime friends Dick and Gail Dabb for their presence and support.
Friends may call Thursday April 30, 2015 from noon until 2PM at the Flowers-Snyder Funeral Home 619 East High Street, Mount Vernon where funeral services will follow at 2PM. Burial will follow at Mound View Cemetery.
Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Knox County.
To send a condolence or share a memory of Bill visit, www.snyderfuneralhomes.com.
The Flowers-Snyder Funeral Home in Mount Vernon is honored, to have been chosen, to serve the family of William “Bill” Stillwagon.