William Connor Loveless

June 19, 1997June 15, 2021
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William Connor Loveless, 23 of Atlanta Georgia passed away on June 15, 2021.

William was born in Birmingham, Alabama on June 19, 1997. He graduated from Grady High School in Atlanta. Mr. Loveless worked at Brooks, Berry, Hanie & Associates Electrical Company. He loved the City of Atlanta but also enjoyed traveling to places such as Europe, Alaska, The Grand Canyon, Zion National Park, Honduras, and Bryce National Park with family on backpacking trips. His friends and family will remember him as a “foodie” who loved to cook and who could find a friend in anyone. He told the best stories, was hard-working, motivated, generous, and had a laid back personality. His hobbies included playing lacrosse, hunting, spending time at the lake, fishing, backpacking, and spending time with family.

William Connor Loveless is survived by Fiancée Rachel Replogle of Atlanta, GA; Father Terry & Rebekah Loveless of Atlanta. GA; Mother Marie & Don Mathews of Birmingham, AL; Brother Jordan & Courtney Loveless of Dayton, OH; Nephew Rory Loveless of Dayton, OH; Grandmother Lucile Loveless Moore of Gardendale, AL; Step Grandmother Faye Teete of Carrollton, GA; Step Grandparents Neil & Betty Walters of Lilburn, GA; Step Brother Matt & Rob Mathews of Birmingham, AL.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held Sunday, 2 pm June 20, 2021 at HM Patterson Oglethorpe Hill Chapel. Rev. Andrew Covington officiating.


  • Rachel Replogle, Fiancee
  • Terry Loveless (Rebekah), Father
  • Marie Mathews (Don), Mother
  • Jordan Lyn Loveless (Courtney), Brother
  • Rory Loveless, Nephew
  • Matt Mathews (Rob), Step Brother
  • Lucile Loveless Moore, Grandmother
  • Faye Teete, Step Grandmother
  • Neil Walters (Betty), Step Grandparents


  • Visitation

    Sunday, June 20, 2021

  • Celebration of Life

    Sunday, June 20, 2021


  • Graveside Service

    Monday, June 21, 2021


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Nick Kosko

June 25, 2021

Prayers for the Loveless Family during this difficult time.

From IBEW Local 613 Staff

David Rivera

June 21, 2021

My sincere condolences Rachel & Terry

It was a pleasure sharing a job venture with you, even do you left too soon ,
I know you enjoyed every second you were here. And on this short time at work we shared with you , You have left lifetime memories in all of us , life will go on and the lighting division will always remember you , The BBH family was always glad to have you. Time will continue
And sun will go down at the end of every day
Just remember our saying that we will try again the next day,
Your dedication at work remain like an open book for generations to come , such a young person with a pasion for work , with a smile to share , there will always be a Connor , it will always be An Honnor to have worked along with you !
Rest in peace , you will be missed!

Tyler Franks

June 21, 2021

I’m so sorry to hear about Connor. He was one of my very best friends growing up. We spent many weekends lugging guitars back and forth to each other’s parents house, we wrestled the same weight class all through middle school together, and were always talking about or showing each other new music. No matter the situation, if Connor was there, it was nothing but smiles, laughs, and positivity. Such a great guy with a huge heart gone way too soon and he will be greatly missed by so many. Rest In Peace, my friend.

Andrew Day

June 20, 2021

I’m so sorry to hear about this, I haven’t seen Connor since probably the ninth grade in Birmingham but he was a great dude. Such a funny guy, he was always making everyone laugh and have a good time. He will be missed.

Amy Binion Brown

June 20, 2021

I remember meeting sweet Eunice, Jordan and Conner at Asbury Methodist in Birmingham. My boys are same ages and they adored Conner. They spent countless hours at each other’s homes, youth, and lacrosse. Conner was always happy and smiling with those big blue eyes and he made me laugh! They were always in some type of silly innocent mischief. We also spent countless hours praying for each other’s children. Conner was easy to love.
May you be comforted by knowing Conner is sitting with his sweet Jesus in Heaven. May he Rest In Peace.
Praying for Gods peace and comfort during this difficult time.
Much love,

Amy Binion Brown

gina replogle

June 20, 2021

We are so very sorry about Connors passing. Connor was a sweet guy and we were looking forward to him joining our family soon. Prayers for peace to his family and friends.
Steve, Gina and Tyler Replogle

Midge and Rick Vinson

June 19, 2021

Eunice and Terry,

We are so sorry for your loss. We remember Connor and Jordan as cute and sweet little boys at North Shelby Baptist Church.
We are praying for you and your families.
We love y’all always.

Nancy Bullock

June 19, 2021

I have many great memories of Connor and his family. We met them when Connor was 2 years old in the church nursery. Connor and my son , Jared, were great buddies. He was like one of my own kids
Many times Connor played at my house or my son was playing at his. We went to Heardmont Park and had picnics, played at McDonalds play place, and went swimming at the YMCA. Once on a beach trip, Connor bumped his age up 2 or 3 years to impress the girls. He was something else!! Every time I hear “Soulja Boy” I will think of Connor.
When he was older we watched Connor wrestle and play lacrosse. He was awesome.
Connor will be deeply missed. Prayers for God’s comfort, love, and peace that passes all understanding are being lifted for all of you. We love you. The Bullock Family

James Roberson

June 19, 2021

I had the privilege to teach this young man to drive a stick shift automobile. He was a fast learner so I had him driving like a pro after only three lessons. I found him not only a smart young man but also very courteous and attentive. We shared lunch during our lessons and I enjoyed our conversation and sharing some humor. I ask God’s peace for his family and friends. I remind them also that they may grieve with hope of a glorious reunion in the future.

Betty Wilson

June 19, 2021

We were just on the boat together a few weeks ago. I remember you smiling and laughing with Rachel. You were always so kind and sweet to us and our son. Our hearts break along with your mother, step dad, fiancée and family. May the Holy Spirit comfort all those who knew and loved you.
Bradley, Betty and Harrison Wilson