OBITUARY

William Francis Critcher

November 27, 1962February 1, 2019

On February 1, 2019 William F. Critcher beloved husband of Mary Lou Critcher; devoted father of Erin Nickles, Lindsay Critcher and her husband Adam Clifton, Pamela Critcher, and Anthony Critcher; loving son of the late William A. and Marguerite Critcher; dear brother of Rosemarie Critcher, Charlene McDaniel and her husband Grant, and Jean McDonald and her husband William; loving pop of Michaela, Bailey, Zachary and Carson; Godson of Joan Lewczak.

Relatives and friends may gather at Miller Dippel Funeral Home 6415 Belair Rd. Baltimore, MD 21206 on Sunday from 12 to 3 PM at which time the funeral service will begin. Cremation to follow. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to BARCS 301 Stockholm St. Baltimore, MD 21230 or at www.barcs.org. Online tributes may be left at www.miller-dippelfuneralhome.com

Services

  • Visitation Sunday, February 3, 2019
  • Funeral Service Sunday, February 3, 2019
REMEMBERING

William Francis Critcher

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william Dotterer

February 3, 2019

Carol and I met Mary Lou & Will @ a Parkville Rec. baseball game . There would be many more to follow . Anthony and our Grandson Geno were on the same team . They would later play on Eastern Tech's Varsity Baseball team together. Will and I cheered those great kids on and talked about our scoots and just ridding some place . Mary Lou was in charge of the peanuts , and did a good job . Ah , those were special times , with SPECIAL friends . MAY GOD BLESS YOUR FAMILY ! Bill and Carolyn Dotterer

Tom Meadows

February 3, 2019

I met "Wilbur" through Scott Torbit., and through riding motorcycles. Wilbur loved to ride no matter where the road would take him. When he and I would chat on the phone the last couple of years that's what he liked to talk about most riding. Wilbur had quite a few friends that enjoyed to ride as well and he will be missed.

Lois & Joey Munchel

February 2, 2019

Our sympathy goes out to Mary Lou and family. Although we did not know Bill, we know members of his family. His suffering is over and he is with his maker. Whenever you think of him, those memories will keep him alive forever in your hearts.

JoAnn Rogers (Née / Klipner)

February 2, 2019

I met Will in 1978 working at McDonald’s on Belair Rd in Fullerton. That is also when I met MaryLou (no one would have guessed at the time they would end up getting married). We had the BEST crew, so much fun was had every time we worked, we all became good friends, going out (or hanging out in the parking lot), going to Ocean City for Senior week in 1982 and my my brake line broke, Will fixed it for me, no problem, always there for anyone. He taught me how to drive a stick shift in his SS Chevelle, we went tubing down Loch Raven with a cooler tide to our tube full of beer (that was a fun day)!!
“Borrowing” quarter Pownder patties, rolls. Cheese, etc....by shoving it out the Drive Through Window to someone in wait so we could take it to the beach with us, lol that was priceless!
Wow, before I started typing this I hadn’t realized just how much we did together, it was a lot, and then times change, you get married, have kids and you don’t see each other, but I am soooo glad I randomly stopped by to see him and MaryLou last Spring, it was great seeing them, re-living our younger shenanigans and at the time Will looked great!
He was way too young to be taken from us but clearly God has better plans for him, he will be missed.
God speed and much love!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY