Bill Bibik

29 November, 19325 October, 2021

Bill Bibik, age 88, of Whiting, New Jersey passed away on Tuesday, October 5, 2021. Bill was born November 29, 1932. William E. Bibik, age 88, passed away on October 5, 2021. He was born in Hillside, NJ to the late Emil and Anna (nee Kolody) Bibik. Bill proudly served for 12 years in the US Navy as Pay Master. He worked for Industrial Valley Bank, Registrar & Transfer Co., and at America’s Keswick for the past 37 years.

He was a member of the Mid-Atlantic Securities Transfer Association, Christian Youth Cinema, Children’s Church of the Air radio program, Lancaster Bible College Corporation, InterMission Gift Annuities Administrative Secretary, and National Planned Giving Association, Board Member Christian Children’s Association.

Bill is predeceased by his parents, Emil and Anna Bibik, his first wife Reba (nee Meyers), and his brother Paul.

He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Grace L. (nee Stark); children Joy Stoll (Dick), Lori Yates, Richard Lockhart (Valerie), Ruth Schmidt, and Robert Lockhart (Teo); 17 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and sister Carol Fabianovicz.

Viewing and burial are being privately held for family only. A memorial service will be planned for a future date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to America’s Keswick, 601 Route 530, Whiting, NJ 08759.

A committal service with military honors for Bill will be held Wednesday, October 13, 2021 from 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM at BrigGenWmCDoyleNJVeteransCemetery, 350 Provinceline Rd., Wrightstown, NJ 08562.

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  • Committal Service with Military Honors

    Wednesday, 13 October , 2021


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ernest brummer

17 October 2021

always enjoyed seeing him at mens meetings and any other time we were at keswick. rest in Jesus arms my friend

Carlene M. Thomas

13 October 2021

So grateful to have traveled from Texas, and spent time the summer of 2021 with dear friends, Bill and Grace Bibik, at America's Keswick Bible Conference. Bill and Grace were so gracious to pick me up at the Philadelphia Airport, and carefully drive me back a week later to return home to Texas. Oh how the fellowship of that ride with them will stay in my heart as one of many acts of kindness, sharing their love in Christ. Bill had such a servant's heart, was a help to many organizations and businesses over the years; and touched so many lives in the ministry of America's Keswick and Colony of Mercy in almost 4 decades. My husband, Tommy and I first meet the Bibik's in a Colony of Mercy Testimony Conference held in Lancaster, PA. We then became long-time friends. I am praying for Grace, and dear relatives and friends, that God in His mercy will bring peace and comfort at the Homegoing of her dear husband to Heaven. He left a legacy of Christ Likeness and Servitude; and will be very, very missed by many! Because of God's Love, Carlene Thomas, Liberty Hill, Texas. Psalm 23.

Carolyn Hibbard

13 October 2021

Bill was a gracious, godly friend. …. Someone who could be counted on for his friendship and prayers. John always enjoyed his fellowship, as did I. It is hard to imagine being at Keswick and not seeing his great smile. Only eternity will reveal the lives he touched. Can’t wait for the heavenly reunion!

Lenabell Manning

13 October 2021

Bill was a very precious soul my uncle and I always enjoyed seeing him when we were at America's Keswick and after any dinner concert or any function where we sent a donation to America's Keswick Bill would be faithful to call us and say thank you for your contribution I loved when he was in the celebration choir he would open with a reading and he was just such a blessing and a joy to be around. Bill will be greatly missed by one and all

James Kennedy

13 October 2021

Grateful for the many years of friendship with Bill and Grace. Bill was always pleasant and kind to me. He loved to joke and I loved to joke back with him. He was helpful to me with many things over the years and I always appreciated that. He helped me a lot with the things that I had to get accomplished with my mother in her last years as well. Thanks Bill for who you were and what God did through you. Do you think that there will be a blue container in heaven waiting for you?
Much Love and Gratefulness,
Jim Kennedy Phil 1:3-4

Ray Beach

13 October 2021

Bill and my Father, Jack Beach, always had a joke for each other. I'm sure my parents, Jack and Adele Beach are greeting him on the other side!

Karen Meyers

7 October 2021

Family 4th of July picnics at the Meyers house.
Uncle Bill had great stories , jokes and he played horseshoes. He was fun to be around.
He loved the Lord!!!
Also, it was great to be able to sing with him up on the platform at Davisville Church when KESWICK had there Hymn Sing it was a-lot of fun, he had a good voice and the group did great! That was a fun night!
Also, when he invited us to KESWICK to there dinner concerts
(always a-lot of fun) and had a chance to learned about there ministry.
Great Times!!
Loved him and he will be missed but it is a comfort that I will see him again!
Niece-Karen Meyers

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