William H. Schellenger

July 28, 1941October 30, 2018

William H. Schellenger, 77, passed away on October 30, 2018 in San Antonio, Texas. He was born on July 28, 1941 to William and Theda Schellenger in Richland, GA. William is survived by his loving wife of 43 years, Olga; his sons, Michael Schellenger, Tony Schellenger, Terry Schellenger, Ronnie Schellenger and William Schellnger, his grandchildren and great grandchildren. He is preceded in death by his daughter, Melissa Iana (Schellenger) O'Connor. William served his country proudly in the US Army and was a retired United States Border Patrol Agent. The family will receiving guests from 5:00-8:00pm on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 at Sunset Northwest Funeral Home, 6321 Bandera Road, San Antonio, Texas. Funeral service will be at 10:00am on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at Sunset Northwest Funeral Home. Interment to follow at Sunset Memorial Park.

In lieu of flowers please make donations in William Schellenger's honor to the Leukemia Foundation.


  • Visitation Tuesday, November 6, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Wednesday, November 7, 2018
  • Interment Wednesday, November 7, 2018

William H. Schellenger

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Richard Herrera

November 15, 2018

Bill will be missed by our family. Our condolences to the Schellenger family. Mr. & Mrs. Schellenger were great friends over the years, and cared for our eldest daughter when she was an infant. What a wonderful life he lived. We will miss you!

Fred Stevens

November 7, 2018

It was great working with you. Until Valhalla! From just another Soldier.

Bill Selzer

November 4, 2018

Bill and I worked together at Laredo Texas. Bill was a fine friend and I cherish his memory. Bill

Benito Lopez

November 3, 2018

Bill was a great friend and boss. We worked together for many years together and he was a fair and respected individual. We will miss you at our monthly luncheon, Bill. Another loss to our BP Family! Honor First!
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Benito “Benny” Lopez

Humberto Reyna Jr.

November 2, 2018

Tio Bill was always nice to us. He loved his family and we loved him. When my brother and I were younger, I think I was about 11 and my brother was 7, Tio Bill was in Dallas for a border patrol training seminar and we lived in Dallas. He called and invited me and my brother for an ice cream cone since he was in town. He could have done a lot of other things like toured the city, etc. Our mother and father worked a lot so we didn't get out much as kids, so it was a real treat for an uncle of ours from out of town to suddenly look for us and take us out for an ice cream cone. I've always held on to that memory. It was a lonely time for us kids, I never got the chance to tell him how much I appreciated that gesture, but I hope he knows. Later on, in my adult years, we talked about the Bible and I prayed for him he and he prayed for me. Something that I haven't done with any other uncles or aunts. I always had the utmost respect for him. He was a good man. A positive man. In am finding my strength in the book of JOB. God bless everyone during this difficult time

Opal (Brady) Davidson

October 31, 2018

Terry, Debbie and family. I am so sorry about Bill. I have many memories of him and our youth group at church. So sorry and will be praying for all of you🙏

Peggy Rabalais

October 31, 2018

I am so sorry for your loss. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers!