OBITUARY

William Tillman Ivey

January 10, 1932November 6, 2018

Mr. William “Bill” Tillman Ivey, Sr., age 86, longtime resident of Mobile, AL, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, November 7, 2018. Mr. Ivey is preceded in death by his parents, Wesley T. and Nellie Gertrude G. Ivey, sons, William T. Ivey, Jr. and Frank T. Peralta, and sister, Virginia Lanell Ivey Smith. Mr. Ivey served his country honorably in the United States Army attached to the 82nd Airborne Division. He spent his life serving his country, government and community in law enforcement. He began his career as a deputy sheriff with the Marion County, Florida Sheriff’s Department and as an investigator with the State of Florida. Bill retired after 22 years of service an ATF Federal Agent Pilot. He served with dedication, honor and integrity. Bill is survived by his loving wife, Dorothy Scarborough Ivey and sons, Robert Peralta (Jill) and Jack Peralta (Robin). He is also survived by his four grandchildren; William J. Ivey, Benjamin L. Peralta, Megan L. Peralta and Candace Conner. He will also be greatly missed by his loving companion “Millie”. A Celebration of Bill’s life will be announced at a later date. Condolences may be offered at www.radneyfuneralhome-mobile. com.

  • FAMILY

  • Dorothy Scarborough Ivey, Wife
  • Robert Peralta (Jill), Son
  • Jack Peralta (Robin), Son
  • William J. Peralta, Grandson
  • Benjamin L. Peralta, Grandson
  • Megan L. Peralta, Granddaughter
  • Candace Conner, Granddaughter
  • Wesley Taylor Ivey, Father
  • Nellie Gertrude Goings Ivey, Mother
  • William Tillman Ivey Jr., Son
  • Frank T. Peralta, Son
  • Virginia Lanell Ivey Smith, Sister
  • Millie the Puppy, Special companion and friend

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