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Valerie and Debbie, I am so sorry for your loss though I am certain your father is in a better place. Take care...

I was 17 when Bill taught me how to accept The Lord as my personal Savior. Thank you Bill for helping me make the most important decision of my life. Bill spent hours teaching me about the Bible. He called me his adopted daughter. I was the first person he Baptised. Bill was our first Pastor. He performed our wedding ceremony on Nov 7, 1970. He loved to sing The Man on the Middle Cross was My Lord. Now he is walking with Jesus in Heaven. Thank you Bill for your Christian testimony...

To Deb and Val
Thank you for letting me be a part of your family all these years and sharing Bill with me.

I was 17 when Bill taught me how to accept The Lord as my personal Savior. I will be forever grateful for that. He spent many hours teaching me the meaning of the scriptures. He said i was his "adopted daughter". I was the first person he Baptized. Bill was our first Pastor. He performed our wedding ceremony Nov 7, 1970. We are grateful for the Christian influence he had in our lives. He always sang The Man On the Middle Cross was my Lord. Now he is singing with Jesus. ...

God bless cousin Bill. My prayers go out to his wife and daughters. I'm so sorry for your loss. I am grateful for his closeness to my father, his first cousin Harold Unsworth. It is a sad day when you loose your parent and my condolence go out to you. I remember hearing stories about cousin Bill and my father as children in Atantic City. They were like brothers! I am also thankful to cousin Bill for praying for my father at the time of his death. I know the two of them are in heaven...


I miss you, Pop. Aidan misses you too. Tennis lessons and birthdays and everything else we do just won't be the same. Most of all, I miss your sense of humor ... you somehow found a way to laugh and make jokes all the way to the end. xoxo


Dear family of Bill Unsworth,
I only met Bill a few times as a friend of Ozeta's. He was so loving and kind to me. Gentleness is a key word when I remember Bill. I am grateful for the brief time I knew him. May your family be covered with the love of Christ at this time of sorrow. Rick and I pray for you all and for Ozeta. You have a joy knowing you will be joined with Bill in eternity. God bless you all, Pam and Rick Gennari

My dad, we can't believe you're gone. You will be in our hearts forever. He loved going to church and singing the old hymms. Dad was a born again Christian and I can imagine he is with the Lord now singing his praises. Until we meet again Dad,
Your loving daughter, Debbie.

Pop will always remain in my memory as the most caring, thoughtful and loving person I have ever known. The family will truly miss having such a pillar of strength and love, but knowing you are now with God will give our hearts peace. You will be missed by the grandchildren and the entire family, thank you for loving the family as you did, we love you Pop.


Willliam's Obituary

UNSWORTH, William, 79 of Tampa was called home to be with the lord on November 1, 2012 with his loving family by his side. Bill is survived by his wife, Ozeta; daughters, Debbie and Valerie both of Tampa; stepchildren, Misty, Tia and Mark; 6 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. He loved...

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