OBITUARY

James L. Biller

August 3, 1957November 23, 2021

James L. Biller, age 64, of Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania passed away on Tuesday, November 23, 2021. James was born August 3, 1957.

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James Biller

November 30, 2021

One of the best memories I have is when dad took me out hunting when I was 12. Never shot a shotgun before and there was a squirrel sitting on a branch. He said “ here you go” gave me the shotgun. Then “bang” . I went flying into the tree behind me. Got up and said “well, did I get the squirrel”. He says” I don’t know you gotta go look”. Walked over and there it was. My first squirrel. Got it mounted on the wall

Haylie Quiros

November 28, 2021

Daddy,
You taught me so much over the years. I know I fussed about doing them at first, but as time went on I began to appreciate all that you taught me. I still remember when you were my soccer coach. You were so proud of me during a game when I took a soccer ball to the chest during a goal kick. I may of gotten the wind knocked out of me, but I remember looking up from the ground as you were trying to help me breathe. I will miss you daddy, I will raise your grandbabies to know that you loved them very much and that you will always be here watching over them.
I love you,
Haywee

Dave Biller

November 27, 2021

Hey Bro,
All of us biller kids fighting as kids. Playing hockey in the backyard with everyone from Hammondville.. Renting the school bus for everyone to go watch Pens games. Sliding down the first hill backwards in that old Pontiac Catalina up Kregar. Spending a 1/2 a day jacking the car up off a boulder and down off a bank. Trout fishing in Bakersville. Winning Lil’Rich’s hunting license money playing poker at mom and dads place. Letting him panic for a bit before he gets it back…. It was all Priceless. We’ll see ya again when I get the call and do it all over!

Iverson Cyleena

November 27, 2021

Although I just met him, my uncle was a very caring and fun man.
When he showed me his chickens, I knew then I would love my uncle.
I will miss you so much.

Richard Biller

November 27, 2021

Growing up I was blessed with quite a few good uncles both sides of my family. Many good memories with them all but with you I have the most. From football to hockey fishing hunting spending weeks at your house during the summers and playing cards all night. There so many I will always be grateful for having you in my life. All the memories of playing bubble hockey in your basement blades of steel on Nintendo and our amazing ability to play a whole season of tecmo bowl in one weekend lol love you uncle will always miss you. Love little Rich

Jennifer Phillips

November 26, 2021

Jim was a friend and an excellent carpenter. He built a beautiful toy box for my children that we had for many years. He will be greatly missed.
May his memory always be a blessing for his family.

Trina Biller

November 26, 2021

I remember the first time I met Jim. He was wearing shorts and flip flops. He had the thickest hair, and the most beautiful eyes. He wasn't the type of man who cared if you liked him or not. No matter what he wore or said you liked him or you didn't, he just didn't care. If my husband liked you, he would give you the shirt off his back to help you if you needed it. If he didn't like you, he wouldn't have anything to do with you. Jim loved and adored me, and I loved and adored him in return. My world is shattered now that the love of my life is gone. I will never be complete again. I love you Jim, now and forever. Your loving wife - Trina