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William Lloyd "Billy" Warrington, age 61, of East New Market, MD, died Sunday, November 22, 2009 after being stricken ill at his home and being pronounced at Dorchester General Hospital.
Born on June 16, 1948 in Cambridge, Dorchester County, MD, he was the son of the late Lloyd Warrington and Sara Casper Warrington and was raised in the Neck District area.
Billy, as he was known, was a member of Beckwith United Methodist Church in his earlier years.
On September 22, 1979, he married the former Melissa Ann Kirby.
Billy had worked at several places throughout his life. He had been a farmer, waterman and owner of Four Seasons Lawn Care. Billy had been employed as a machinist and welder for Earl Pritchett, Shenton's Auto Body, G. Nelson Jones, J.L. Marshall & Sons, Tieder Electric, all Cambridge businesses; Orion Safety Products of Easton; and his latest employment with Camtec of Church Creek, MD.
Billy loved the water in general and spent many enjoyable hours aboard his boats. His one boat was named after his business, Four Seasons. He was an avid fisherman, hunter and always liked to keep his hands busy working in his shop at home.
Billy was a member of Ducks Unlimited and Cambridge Moose Lodge #1211.
Surviving is his wife of 30 years, Melissa A. Warrington of East New Market, MD; a son Bobby Booze of Cambridge, MD; maternal grandmother Frances Spedden Casper Lowe of Cambridge, MD; two nieces Aimee Barr, Kristen Corbin; a nephew Ted Kirby; aunts Hilda Lee Marshall, Helen Barnett; cousins Sara Louise Peters, Patti Sue Webster and her fianc Jack Glessner, Steffie Webster, Ryan Peters, Tommy Barnett and his wife Beverly, Barbara Warrell and her husband Norman, Mike Barnett and more cousins; a sister-in-law and brother-in-law Lacey and Dale Weber of Hanover, PA; brother-in-law Grayson Corbin of Kingsville, MD; life long friends Gordon Thomas and Billy Beckwith, both of Cambridge, MD; and a host of remaining friends.
Preceding him in death besides his parents were his maternal grandfather Robert Casper; paternal grandparents Leon and Eva Warrington; a twin brother Richard "Dicky" Warrington; an aunt Edith Gregory and her husband Norman; two uncles Dick Marshall, Robert Barnett; a sister-in-law Mary Corbin; cousins Mary Burns and her husband Edmund, Walt "Grant" Barnett and a host of friends.
Billy was cremated. A visitation was held at Curran-Bromwell Funeral Home, P.A., on Saturday, November 28th from 11:00 to 2:00 p.m. There was no formal service, just this time to visit among family and friends.
In lieu of flowers, memorial offerings may be made to Beckwith U.M. Church, c/o Mr. Harold "Skip" Miller, 5730 Morris Neck Rd., Cambridge, MD 21613.
Saturday November 28, 2009 , 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at Curran-Bromwell Funeral Home
Death: November 22, 2009
Alita Harris So sorry for your loss! 07/02/2010 Klaus & Anne Liebig Dear Melissa, Please know that our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. It is always difficult to understand why someone so young is suddenly taken away from us. Your faith will carry you through these difficult times. Your friends and family will remain steadfast at your side. May God Bless You always. 11/28/2009 terry & hill billy i thank you for all that you have done at camtec, thank you for tranning me on all those michines in the shop an for all your hard work, an fixing everything we messed up rest in peace 11/25/2009 Alan & Lynn Mitchell Melissa so sorry to hear about your loss, we had so many good times as neighbors, Bill was a good friend way back in the school days, always willing to help anyone, especially me when I was borrowing one thing or another everytime I came to visit. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help you in this time of sorrow. 11/25/2009 Rachel Harrison Mellisa we are so sorry for your lost. Billy was a great man, he would always make you laugh no matter what mood you were in. We will miss him greatly, but he will never be forgotten. 11/25/2009 Patti Webster We will miss you very much Billy. Even though we didn't see each other much, when we did, it never felt like any time had passed. I am so thankful for the time you and Melissa spent with my grandmother the other week. It meant so much to her and she still talks about how nice it was to see you. The hug you gave her that day when you left, will forever be in my heart and hers. I loved how you always called her Aunt Lee. Melissa, we love you and we will always be here if you need anything at all... 11/24/2009 Payton & Ethel Hurley We are so sorry to hear about Billy. We've been friends since grade school and he always stops and talks whenever he sees either one of us. I'll miss seeing him. Call us if you need anything. Loving thoughts, Payton & Ethel. 11/23/2009 The Todd's Mr. Warrington was such a friendly and lively neighbor. He was the first ones to greet us when we moved next door. He was always outside doing something, cleaning up the yard, working on something in the garage, bringing a boat in or out, or even helping us chase down our dog. We were so shocked and upset to hear of your loss. Please let us know if you need us to do anything. Feel free to call or just stop by, 410-228-7219. Again we are soo sorry!! Justin, Jeanell and Kailie Todd 11/23/2009
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