William Joseph Sexton, Jr.

22 janvier 196328 mai 2020

William Joseph Sexton, Jr., 57, of Lindenhurst, NY, passed away on May 28, 2020 in Staunton.

William Joseph Sexton, Jr. was born on January 22, 1963 in Oceanside, NY to Willam and Elizabeth Sexton. He graduated from Lindenhurst High School in Lindenhurst, NY. He married Rachelle Renna on September 21, 1991 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Lindenhurst, NY.

He was preceded in death by his father, William Joseph Sexton and his step-father, Walter Springsteen.

He is survived by his wife, Rachelle Sexton; daughter, Rachelle and Lily Kines; son, William III; daughter, Regina and Griffin Wade; mother, Elizabeth Springsteen; sisters, Cynthia and Gary Theiss and Teresa and John; and numerous nieces and nephews.

There will be no public service, viewing or visitation at the funeral home.

The family of William Joseph Sexton, Jr. wishes to extend our sincere thanks to Augusta Health Hospice of the Shenandoah.

Relatives and friends may share condolences and memories with the family online by visiting www.reynoldshamrickfuneralhomes.com


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William Joseph Sexton, Jr.

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Regina Wade

juin 2, 2020

Hey dad. I miss you.

Alice Mannette

mai 30, 2020

Rachelle, Rachelle, William, and Regina,
Our family sends our love to all of you. We will always remember our cherished memories with your family.
Alice, Mark, Ruel, Aidan, and Ben Mannette

Elizabeth (Lizzie) Glass (Riecker)

mai 29, 2020

Buster was like a brother to me. He and my brother Tommy and their friend Jeff were the closest friends I think I’ve ever witnessed. They were closer than brothers I have so many amazing memories. My heart is sad for his family but happy knowing he is now at peace ❤️❤️❤️🙏🙏🙏Rachelle, you were an amazing wife to Buster and he adored you and your children❤️❤️❤️🙏🙏🙏

Dana M. Eastman

mai 29, 2020

My dear sweet family - I am so very sorry for your loss. I only met Buster a few times, but he was friendly and kind. My heart is full of love for you and wish I could just come over to hug everyone of you.

Robert Salerno

mai 29, 2020

My memory of Uncle Buster is when I was a kid, living on Long Island. I remember him in my back yard, and he kneeled down next to me and he told me to watch a ball he was holding. He threw it up and I could have sworn I saw it leave his hand and go up, but it never came back down. I was so amazed by that. I didn't really get to spend much time with him, but I always remember that day and how he took time with a boy who didn't have a Dad. It really impressed on me. I was devastated to hear of his passing. I remember a man who loved family.