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Anderson Funeral Home

40 North Main Street, Springboro, OH

OBITUARY

William "Bill" H. Dulaney Jr.

November 4, 1933October 10, 2019
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William H. ("Bill") Dulaney Jr. , age 85, of Springboro, OH; died Thursday October 10, 2019 at Kettering Memorial Hospital. Bill was born in Cincinnati, OH on November 4, 1933 to the late William H. and Edna (Clark) Dulaney. He served in the US Air Force and retired as President of Danis Building Division. Bill is survived by his wife, Betty J. (Tackett) Dulaney; a son William H. (Charlotte) Dulaney III; a daughter Kelley (Dulaney) Suttles; grandchildren, Wm. Haston (Nichol) Dulaney IV, Jessica (Stephen) Savage, Rachel (Marius) Monnig; Zakary, Daniel, and Lauren Suttles; a great grandson Wm. Haston (Liam) Dulaney V; sisters, Betsy Lawrence, Peggy Edwards, and Karen Pearon; and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. Visitation will be Monday October 14, 2019 at the Anderson Funeral Home 40 N. Main St Springboro, OH from 5-8pm. Burial will be in Kirker Cemetery in West Union OH with a private graveside service officiated by Reverend Chuck Reeves. Please visit www.anderson-fh.com to send an online condolence.

  • FAMILY

  • William H. Dulaney Sr, Father (deceased)
  • Edna Dulaney, Mother (deceased)
  • Betty J. Dulaney, Wife
  • William H. (Charlotte) Dulaney III, Son
  • Kelley (Dulaney) Suttles, Daughter
  • Wm. Haston (Nichol) Dulaney IV, Grandson
  • Jessica (Stephen) Savage, Granddaughter
  • Rachel (Marius) Monnig, Granddaughter
  • Zakary Suttles, Grandson
  • Daniel Suttles, Grandson
  • Lauren Suttles, Granddaughter
  • Wm. Haston Dulaney V, Great Grandson
  • Betsy Lawrence, Sister
  • Peggy Edwards, Sister
  • Karen Pearon, Sister

Services

  • Visitation Monday, October 14, 2019

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William "Bill" H. Dulaney Jr.

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John Gerstner

January 29, 2020

So sorry to have recently heard of Bill passing. He was a great neighbor to my parents in Springboro. As my parents were getting older Bill seemed to watch over them. He would bring them sweets from Graders, get their mail and take the garbage can to the corner for them. He and his wife also visited them at the nursing home when they finally had to leave Villa Point condos. Just wanted to let his family know that his kindness was greatly appreciated.
John Gerstner

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