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William Woycik Sr.

GORDONSVILLE, Virginia

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I will always remember Bill's words of wisdom in my difficult times. He had a heart of gold beneath his beautiful rough facade.

We recently moved to the area and Bill made us feel right at home. He was a nice man and will be missed.

Wanda and family
So sorry to hear of Bill's passing, our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Bill will be greatly missed at the Montpelier Station Post Office.
Prayers go to Wanda and family.

My thoughts & prayers go out to the entire family. May you all feel the Lords presence during this difficult time.

Wanda and family, So sorry for your loss. I remember many good weekends at Bill's preserve hunting and hanging out with him and my parents (Lee & Claudia Winter). Between running the fields, gigging frogs, hanging out at the goldfish pond,hunting, or just eating and listening to the stories of the day I had many wonderful times. I can especially remember him telling me to stay away from "those hairy legged boys" made me laugh every time:). My thoughts and prayers are with...

I have many fond memories of my Uncle Billy. When I was a child, my dad (his brother, Chuck) and mom would take us for a fun weekend to Uncle Billy's farm. It was always a treat and I will forever treasure those times. Uncle Billy's nickname for me was his "little Hopey flower".

I enjoyed shooting with Bill and our conversations riding some to Horseshoe together .

Wanda, I will miss Bill very much. He could always make me smile even on what had been a bad day for me.

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Woycik, Sr., WilliamWilliam "Bill" Wakeford Woycik, Sr., 74, of Orange Died monday, April 29, 2013 at the UVa. Medical Center. Born November 24, 1938 in Washington D.C., he was the son of the late Peter and Ruth Moore Woycik. He was also preceded in death by a Brother; Charles Thomas...

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