William G. Showers

March 3, 1951March 20, 2021

William G. Showers, 70, of Kutztown. Passed away in the Manor Care in Bethlehem, PA. On the morning of Saturday March 20, 2021.

Born in Reading, PA. He was a son of the late Shirley M. (Nagle) and William C. Showers.

Will worked as a window installer for many years.

He is survived by his sisters, Pamela S. Shenenberger of East Petersburg, PA. and Sandra L. O’Conner of Reading. Along with their families. He is predeceased by his brother, Gary W. Showers.

He was loved and will be missed by his two living sisters, they are now at ease that he is no longer suffering.

Services are private at the convenience of the family.

Arrangements by the Linwood W. Ott Funeral Home, Inc. 111 North Reading Ave. Boyertown, PA. 19512.

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Sandra O'Connor

March 27, 2021

I miss you Will. I can not believe your gone. Time moves so quickly it seems like we were just living together on Charlotte street. I know you had some troubling times over the years but you conquered them . through everything you still had faith. You had such a good heart. I love you very much. I know your looking down on us with Mom and Dad and Gary and watching out for Pam and I. I know God took you home so you were not suffering anymore. Until we see each other again, love always

Coralyn Eggerling

March 23, 2021

I can't express the pain I feel just hearing that you're gone. I loved you uncle willy, and the kids loved you just as much. They were always happy to see you and come up and spend time with you. I thank you for all the time you spent with them. I know you loved them just as much. Wish you could meet the newest baby hell be here soon. I love you will wish you were still home with us. ❤️

Pam Shenenberger

March 23, 2021

My Brother Will, had a rough life. Through it all he still believed in Jesus and relied on him for help. He now has met his mom that died of cancer when he was just a baby. He also can see his brother ,Gary, again. Will was a troubled but very kind guy that could never say no to anyone. Through it all I loved and supported him . He will be missed , tho I am relieved he is no longer in pain. He fought a good fight ,but his strength was gone. God said "I am here Will to take you home".❤