OBITUARY

William Anton Wisner, Jr.

Passed away on May 23, 2019
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William (Bill) A. Wisner, Jr., 86, of Tallahassee, FL, passed away on May 23, 2019.He was born in Hinsdale, IL in November 1932. Bill graduated from Florida State University and received his Bachelors of Science degree in Geology. He was married to Mary Faith Stuckey Wisner in March 2002 in the Virgin Islands.

Bill worked in Geology for the Florida Department of Transportation and Martin Marietta Materials. He also served in the Army Corps of Engineers for 6 years.

He had a passion for fishing, hunting, running, RVing and was an avid reader. He also enjoyed spending time with his family and close friends.

In addition to his wife Mary Faith, he is survived by his children William A. Wisner, III (Angie Wisner), Lori Chandel Nolte (Kurt Nolte) and Tracey Lynn Wisner; Step-children Catherine Weiss and Heath Hourdeqin; Grandchildren, Daniel Wisner and Jeremiah Wisner; great-grandchildren Caden Wisner and Orin Wisner as well as his sister Dawn Whitlock.

The family will receive friends at 10am on Monday, June 3, 2019 at Culley’s MeadowWood Funeral Home – 700 Timberlane Road, with the service to follow at 11am. He will be inurned at the Tallahassee National Cemetery that afternoon at 2pm.

Culley’s MeadowWood Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Services

  • Visitation Monday, June 3, 2019
  • Funeral Service Monday, June 3, 2019
  • Inurnment Monday, June 3, 2019

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Sharon Allen

June 7, 2019

I was so sorry to hear about Bill. Really nice buy and he will be missed. Extending our deepest condolences to the family. May the love of the Christ comfort you during this difficult time. John 6:40. A lot of great memories to treasure. Loving thoughts are with you.

Tom & Nicole UNDERWOOD

June 2, 2019

We met Bill and Mary Faith in Seeley Lake Montana. It was onvious from the first meeting that they were a great couple. Bill was a tall athletic man who could run long distance. He will be missed.

Stan Makielski

June 2, 2019

We were friends and fellow patients at Cardiopulmonary Rehab for a number of the last few years. He was always cheerful, thoughtful, and kind. I loved the way he brought to us geological specimens he had collected over the years to show and explain to us. I must say he was by far and away the brightest light in a place where many of us were struggling with our illnesses and our need to keep on struggling.
To say we are going to miss him is a painful understatement. I looked forward to seeing Bill every time I went to Rehab. That he won't be there is going to make it a sadder, less sunlit place than I have known.
God bless him. He was a truly good man.

Jeremiah Wisner

May 31, 2019

Jeremiab Wisner

May 31, 2019

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