William B. Terrell – March 26, 2015

William B. Terrell, 54, of Kingsland passed away Thursday, March 26, 2015 at Southeast Georgia Health System in Brunswick.

Born August 12, 1960 in Waynesboro, VA, he was the son of the late Wilmer and Carol Lee Courtney Terrell.

William had resided in Camden County since 1995, and was a Constitutional Officer with the Camden County Sheriff’s Office from 1998 to 2015.  He had also been employed with the Tribune and Georgian for several years  prior to his move to the Sheriff’s Office.

William was an English major having written many manuscripts, and loved photography, hiking, and was a big nature enthusiast.   He was a Bell Ringer at Christmas time for the Salvation Army for many years, and was of the Orthodox faith.  He was a veteran of the United States Marine Corp, serving his country honorably during the Korean Conflict.

A Celebrations of William’s Life will be held on Sunday, March 29, 2015 at 2pm at Allison Memorial Chapel in St. Marys.  A visitation with family and friends will follow the services.

Survivors include his wife, Heidi Butler-Terrell of Kingsland; three children, Bethany Terrell of Kingsland, Caleb Terrell of Waynesboro, VA, and Sophie Terrell of Kingsland; two brothers, Robert Terrell of Lodi, CA and Terry Terrell of Waynesboro, VA; two sisters, Lisa Pennington and Sherri Terrell both of Waynesboro, VA; former wife, Dawn Terrell of Kingsland,  several nieces and nephews.

Allison Memorial Chapel and Funeral Home of St. Marys is in charge of arrangements.

2 thoughts on “William B. Terrell – March 26, 2015

  1. Lisa

    I miss you my brother. There is a whole in my heart that will never heal. Rest in peace until we meet again.

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  2. Denise M Bond

    For me… There are ‘No words’. But, I’m going to try…..You are missed. You will be missed forever by very many. Thank you for everyday, every hour every mile you invested in this county and it’s amazing people. For every interaction, every buffer, every highlight, and yes every photo. I didn’t have the honor of knowing you near as long as many nor even comparably close as so many. But to me, You’ll be a Legacy here a long long time coming. RIP Good man. Rest in Peace

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