William T. Stiltner, Jr.

Born on 05/05/1947

Departed on 03/18/2017

Resided in Partlow, Virginia

William Tolbert Stiltner, Jr.,69, of Partlow passed away Saturday, March 18, 2017 at Mary Washington Hospital.

Mr. Stiltner was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran having served in Vietnam.  He had retired from U.S. Airways and was a member of Travelers Rest Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife, Cathy J. Stiltner; four children Tracy Petitt (Randy) of Chadbourn, NC, Nicole Leamond (Eric) of Partlow, Shelley Castillo (Chris) of Fredericksburg and Ryan Stiltner of Partlow; four brothers; two sisters; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, March 23 at Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg.

A services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, March 24 at Travelers Rest Baptist Church.  Burial will follow in the church cemetery.

14 thoughts on William T. Stiltner, Jr.

  1. Ken and Joanna Sekuterski on said:

    Heaven has gained another Angel. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers.

  2. Denise Hunt on said:

    You are in my thoughts and prayers.

  3. Mark & Susan Knox on said:

    We r so sorry 4 ur loss. He is safe in the arms of Jesus now. God bless & we’ll keep family in our prayers.

  4. James McCrary on said:

    You will always be remembered and in our thoughts for all the cooking, grass cutting and everything else you did while at FBT. No more pain, got a new body and walking the streets of Gold. AMEN AND AMEN.

  5. COL (R) John & Wanda Fortune on said:

    Blessings Family,
    Bill and I last conversation was about the War Memorial at Travels Rest Baptist. Bill was very excited about the Memorial. We will remember Bill at each service and ceremony. God bless the family for sharing Bill with us!

  6. Tina Walker on said:

    May God give you comfort!! Remember He will never leave you and He cares for you. Thoughts and prayers are with you MomC!

  7. Wanda Walsh on said:

    While heaven is rejoicing today, I am mourning because I lost a truly good friend. What gives me peace is knowing that Bill is no longer in any pain. My thoughts and prayers are with Cathy and the rest of Bill’s family.

  8. Donna Thompson. ( Wanda Walshs Mom ) on said:

    So sorry to hear of your loss, but he is with God now and what a wonderful place to be, and to look upon the face of God. My prayers go out to you and your family, may God bless you all and give you the strength you need now.

  9. Carolyn Kerat on said:

    Will miss Bill so much. We had lots of banter over the years at the Newington Forest Community Center and around the neighborhood. Always enjoyed his humor and his lovin’ life disposition!

  10. Tracy Petitt on said:

    Dad what can I say to you that you don’t already know?! You know I love you and always will! I will miss you forever and a day!! Until we meet again dad. RIP dad I love you!!! I’m so glad we got to talk after your surgery before the seizures. I know I have my own personal guardian angel and that you’ll be watching over me and my family! I just can’t say it enough…I miss you dearly and love you with all my heart to the moon and back. Rest in peace my sweet angel! Love your daughter,Tracy

  11. Mary Edenton on said:

    Nicole and family, please know our prayers of comfort are with you all at this time. God bless you all.

  12. Kitty Petitt on said:

    Tracy, Randy,Boys and family – Thoughts,love and prayers are sent to all to help comfort you and keep you strong during this horrendous loss of your father, friend and Papa. It’s hard to find ease for your heart but please know you were loved very much by your Dad and remember the smiles and great times you all shared. May God hold you high in his loving hands and help you walk through the next days and show you that Bill is now your own personal guardian angel. May God bless you all and give you the strength you will need and his love in your heart.

  13. Stephanie Jackson on said:

    Deepest sympathies to Cathy, Ryan and the girls. I was lucky enough to have known Bill as a neighbor first and then as a co-worker for many, many years. Bill was such a friendly, caring man and a good friend to me. I know Bill will be fondly remembered by the many people whose lives he touched.

  14. Josie Agee on said:

    Dear Cathy and Family, our prayers are with you all! You have wonderful memories about Bill that will remain in your hearts forever. Count on God and all your friends and loved ones to get you through this time of heartbreak. He never sleeps or slumbers and will never leave you or forsake you! Warmest Blessings, Josie and Family

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