William Warren Northrop

May 24, 1944July 14, 2021

William Warren Northrop was born on May 24, 1944 and passed away on July 14, 2021 and is under the care of Hanes Lineberry Funeral Home.

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Paulina Northrop

July 27, 2021

“In loving memory of William Warren Northrop.
This is for the memory of my beloved ex- husband , William Warren Northrop and the father of my two daughters , Alexandra hanna and Talya Sarah Northrop.
May your good soul rest in peace and may your good heart be remembered by all
You will be missed by all of us.
You were one of the most intelligent knowledgeable people I have ever known. You took interest in every person and were generous & kind -
A true gentleman.
Paulina Northrop”

Susannah Turner

July 22, 2021

Bill was my neighbor on Colonial for many years. I will miss him dearly. I thoroughly enjoyed sitting on Fannie's screened in porch with Bill and talking about anything and everything. He was such a great conversationalist. Such an intelligent man. One of my favorite memories is when he would join us on the porch and say, "I guess you're all wondering why I have called this meeting." Bill liked to pretend to be a grumpy old man, but he was such a loving nephew to Fannie and a really wonderful addition to my life on Colonial Avenue. When I moved away, he told me that he would miss me and when I would see him, he would tell me every time that he missed me. Well, Bill, I miss you, too. Cheers to you.

Love, Susannah

Stephen Wilkerson

July 18, 2021

Bill and I were class mate's at Oak Ridge together, we became friends along with Jim Savage, the things we did and didn't get caught at you could make into a book. Bill was a wonderful person and a true friend he helped me during my new days at the RIDGE, and in later years I sat on the board for a short period of time with Bill and Jim. I will cherish the memories I have during our Oak Ridge days and I have also found some pictures. To the girls, your father was a true friend, you should be very proud of him.