William (Bill)-Akers-Obituary

William (Bill) J. Akers

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Just learned of Bill's death, I hope this message is read by the Akers family before it goes offline. We never met Bill personally, but had many wonderful conversations with him on the phone. We rented the Sun Glow condo in Daytona Beach from Bill for probably 20 years. After we stopped going to Daytona, I lost contact with Bill. Just wanted the family to know we thought he was one of the kindest men we had ever met. He made my husband and I feel like the condo was ours and he enjoyed hearing...

Willie was a great guy and a close fraternity brother of mine at Concord. He will be missed and I am so glad I was able to see him at the 2013 Concord Homecoming. He will not be forgotten.

My thoughts and prayers are with your family during this time. Bill was a very kind man who will be missed.

To the Akers family, i offer my sincere condolences. May we all find a little peace that Greg and Mr. Akers are together again. You all are in my prayers.

I would like to offer condolences to the family.May God give you peace as you continue on your journeys through life. When I lived in Princeton, I didn't live too far from the Akers home. I knew Bill and Danny. When I visited Princeton I would stop by the law office for a chat.Bill was quite kind.

the Saunders family has lost a good friend in Bill's passing. Well done good and faithful servant enter into your rest. I will miss you.

May God give you a special hug during this time We are praying for you Patty and the entire family. We enjoyed working with Bill Since I was kin to the Akers I called him cousin Bill. He always had a smile to brighten our day

I lived in the neighborhood not far from the Akers home. I knew Bill and Danny.When I returned to Princeton from my home in Cincinnati, I would stop by the law office for a chat.
I would like to express my condolences to the family. I pray that God will give them peace as they continue their journeys through life.

Our condolences from Mercer County Historical Society


William (Bill)'s Obituary

William J. (Bill) Akers of Princeton died peacefully on December 28, 2013 at Princeton Community Hospital surrounded by family. Bill was born on August 24, 1944 in Princeton and lived and grew up on Circle Drive. He loved sports and played football in junior high school and was nicknamed ?Tank?...

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