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Linwood W. Ott Funeral Home Inc.

111 North Reading Ave, Boyertown, PA

OBITUARY

William B. Mauger

March 21, 1928June 26, 2020

William B. Mauger, 92, of Pottstown. Husband of Carmeletta Mauger. Passed away in his residence on Friday June 26, 2020. Born in Pottstown he was the last surviving child of Helen (Beam) and Arthur Mauger. Bill was the owner and operator of Mauger’s Heating and Air-conditioning for over 35 years until his retirement in 1990. He was a member of the Church of the Nazarene in Royersford. Bill was an Army veteran of WWII and joined the Elite Ranger Division and attained the position of Jump Master. He is survived by his children, William B., Jr. husband of Mary Mauger of Boston, MA and Jean A. Koch companion of Steven Kocik of Gilbertsville. Grandchildren, Kori L. wife of Bruce Ritter, Nicole wife of Jay Flood and Matthew Mauger. Great Grandchildren, Kali, Thomas, Joelle and Tyler. Bill is predeceased by his brothers, Russell and Lee. Gravesides services will be held in the Limerick Garden of Memories, 44 Swamp Pike. Limerick, PA 19468 on Tuesday June 30, 2020 at 2:00 PM. Arrangements by the Linwood W. Ott Funeral Home, Inc. 111 North Reading Ave. Boyertown, PA. Online condolences may be made at www.lwottfuneralhome.com

  • FAMILY

  • Carmeletta Mauger, Wife
  • William B. Mauger, Jr. (Mary), Son
  • Jean E. Koch (companion of Steven Kocik), Daughter
  • Kori L. Ritter (Bruce), Granddaughter
  • Nicole Flood (Jay), Granddaughter
  • Matthew Mauger, Grandson
  • Arthur Mauger, Father (Deceased)
  • Helen (Beam) Mauger, Mother (Deceased)
  • Russell Mauger, Brother (Deceased)
  • Lee Mauger, Brother (Deceased)
  • William is also survived by his great-grandchildren, Kali, Thomas, Joelle and Tyler

Services

  • Graveside Service

    Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Memories

William B. Mauger

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Dave Urner

July 2, 2020

I want to share a fact that Bill and I had in common. This may be little known but we were both apiculturalists. We were both bee keepers. It is quite a hobby to be involved with when there is an appreciation of nature. Bill was an advocate of the importance of eating “raw honey”. That refers to honey that has not been processed with the use of high temperature. The mineral benefits are enhanced when heat is kept low. Bill saw the age many don’t live to see....could raw honey be a factor??

Diane Winn (Emery)

June 29, 2020

Growing up in our church, I have many wonderful memories of Bill. From his warm and heart felt smile and playful banter each Sunday in church, to a teen work day at he and Carmel’s home. I was blessed to have known such a good man. My sincere condolences to Carmel and family.

David Urner

June 28, 2020

I will never forget my association with Bill. My respect for Bill goes far beyond his excellent knowledge of heating and air conditioning be it old or new working. When I learned that he flew in gliders in WWII and how dangerous those missions were and how productive they were in the war effort...my hat was tipped to him a hundred times over. Bill introduced me to Franklin Stove Hydro-heaters which he helped me install in my home. He replaced my oil boiler with a new one. When I decided to go out doors with an Outdoor Wood Burning Furnace, Bill said, I'll do it if you'll be my helper. Bill's penmanship was second to none. So neat, He did everything off the top of his head. I missed him when he retired and I doubly miss him now. Bill is just over in the Glory Land but we'll meet up again. I know where but I don't know when. May the peace Bill has now be with his family.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY