Berry Lynnhurst Funeral Home & Lynnhurst Cemetery

2300 West Adair Drive, Knoxville, TN


Billy Charles Mounger

September 10, 1948July 17, 2019

Corryton - Mounger, Billy C. 70 of Corryton, TN joined his Heavenly Father suddenly Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at his home. He was a member of John Sevier Baptist Church. Bill was a proud Vietnam War Veteran who served in the US Air Force and he retired from CEMEX Corp after 40 plus years. He was preceded in death by father, Marshall J.; sister, Debbie Little; brother-in-law, Roy Seymour. Bill is survived by his loving wife and best friend of 53 years, Lou; son, Billy, daughter-in-law, Jeanie; daughter, Tamara; mother, Essie; brother, Glen and wife, Suzanne; sister, Betty Seymour; brother-in-law, David Little; grandchildren, Amanda, MaKayla, Kailey and significant other, Brandon McCleary; great grandson, Parker; special friend, Jayce Forester. Family will receive friends Saturday, July 20th from 6-8pm at Berry Lynnhurst Funeral Home. Graveside service will take place Sunday, July 21st at 1pm at Lynnhurst Cemetery, meeting at the graveside.


  • Visitation Saturday, July 20, 2019
  • Graveside Service Sunday, July 21, 2019


Billy Charles Mounger

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Michael Snow

September 16, 2019

Bill... you were a great friend and a heck of a Rook player. Remember at your home playing many Friday n Saturday nights over Rook and a cold drink.
Miss u brother.

Elizabeth Davis

July 31, 2019

I met Bill at food city he was always a joy to wait on he always had kind words to say he never failed to tell us thanks the food was good. He will be missed by food city bakery deli. Prayers to the family may God bless you.

Elizabeth & bakey deli staff

Gail Morell

July 21, 2019

Bill will be remembered as being the best coach ever for girls team at Gibbs. He was Linda Morell’s all time favorite. Thank you Bill.

Paris West

July 20, 2019

Sending my love. We had so many memories playing ball with Bill. Sorry i couldn't be there

Gracie Greenway

July 20, 2019

Billy was my buddy all through elementary school and high school. We played all the school yard games and you always wanted him on your team or you wanted to be on his...he was a scrapper on the playing field and he was good. Baseball, red rover, football...he could do it all!!! All my memories of Billy are filled with fondness. I remember his smile that could lift you up without his saying a word. Even though we remained friends as adults; in my memory, he is still that cute, curly-headed boy with the huge smile I met in 1st grade at John Sevier Elementary School...
Lou, I have no words sufficient to address the loss that I know you and the family feel at this time. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Eddie and Kathy McCarter

July 19, 2019

From Ed: it was great to see Bill last year at Homecoming after many years. Butch was 1 and I was 2 when the family moved to our property for a time. Butch loved to pull pranks. He was a great ball player. Butch was always laughing and joking.even when his health failed. I love you cousin always. Thanks for the memories. God bless Lou In your loss.
From Kathy: you welcomed me into the family and made me feel so comfortable. In the early years 1978- we had many conversation about you and Ed and Grandma Monger etc. I got to know about the wonderful Monger family through your eyes. Your sense of humor was precious , a gift from God. We played horseshoes and ball at some homecoming . You were there with your mother who I adore. I was able to see Butch twice recently and God blessed us all by that. To Lou I am so sorry for your sudden loss. There is no suffering in Heaven. Until we meet again, I love you

Guy Mounger

July 19, 2019

I was blessed to have Butch for my nephew and a friend we shared many wonderful times together as children and adults we both served in Vietnam back in 1969&70. So not only was he my nephew but a Brother in Arms going to miss your smiling face and pranks. But we will be together again never to part

Jane Mounger Leopper

July 18, 2019

Have many childhood memories of Butch. Love and comfort to Lou, Aunt Essie and family.

Linda Hall Norwood

July 18, 2019

So many fond memories of his sweet, loving self. I’m so sad for his loss. My love and sympathy to his dear Lou and family.