William "Bill" Emmett Kenmore

April 15, 1959August 31, 2021

William Emmett "Bill" Kenmore, age 62, of Macon, Georgia passed away on Tuesday, August 31, 2021. Family will hold a memorial service on Saturday, September 18 at 11 o'clock, at Thomaston Road Baptist Church. Friends and family will remain to visit and gather, following the service.

Bill was born in Macon, Georgia, to the late Marvin Thomas and Ann Rebecca Werden Kenmore. He earned his Bachelor's degree from Georgia College and State University, specializing in real estate law. Bill worked for his father's business, Marvin Kenmore, and later Calder Pinkston. His last employment was with Martin Snow, LLP. Bill loved his dogs and friends and found peace on the water, often boating or skiing. A true Georgia boy, he loved NASCAR, the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons, the Georgia Bulldogs and the Allman Brothers Band.

Bill was preceded in death by his parents, and is survived by his longtime friend, Minnie Mae Vaughn, numerous cousins, 1 aunt, and a tremendous host of friends.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Kenmore family.


  • Marvin Thomas Kenmore, Father (deceased)
  • Ann Rebecca Werden Kenmore, Mother (deceased)
  • Minnie Mae Vaughn - Longtime Friend
    Numerous Cousins
    1 Aunt
    Tremendous Host of Friends


  • Memorial Celebration of Life

    Saturday, September 18, 2021


William "Bill" Emmett Kenmore

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Elizabeth Jordan

September 13, 2021

My deepest condolences. I met Bill years ago in the Superior Court Clerk’s Office Record Room. Ben was a true friend, we could talk about anything. We shared many valuable moments and memories in the record room in Superior Court. I will forever cherish our friendship and just the pure heart of him being a true overcomer.

Jim Rish

September 10, 2021

The memories of all the weekend parties will be treasured forever. Though we drifted apart I will always remember the good times we had! Rest In Peace.

Melba Byington

September 9, 2021

I am so sorry about Bill. Had not seen him in a couple of years but remember him when I worked at Mincey and Kenmore. When he was going to Georgia college he would come into the office and would sit and joke with us girls. I also worked together with him doing real estate work. May he rest in peace.