William D. “Squeaky” Billings
June 4, 1930 -
September 23, 2013

Visitation

September 25, 2013
5-8 PM

Service 

September 26, 2013
1:00 PM

Interment

Obituary

Graveside service for William D. “Squeaky” Billings, age 83 of Mulberry, will be conducted Thursday afternoon at 1 PM at Mulberry Cemetery with Rev. Ennis Hyman officiating. Burial will be beside his wife Ruth Billings who passed away in 2006. Mr. Billings passed away Monday evening in Huntsville Hospital.

A native of Athens, AL but a longtime resident of Lincoln County, Mr. Billings was the son of the late Clifford and Clara Billings. He was a former truck driver for A&P Grocery, former employee of Walmart and volunteer fireman for Mulberry.

Survivors include nephews Jerry Billings and wife Gail of Hazel Green, AL, Cory Billings of GA, and C. B. Billings and wife Piper of GA, two nieces Kelly Billings of GA and Terry Sue Billings of SC, special friends and caregivers Faye, Gary and Danielle Keller and several cousins and friends.

In addition to his wife, Mr. Billings was preceded in death by a son Gregory Allen Billings in 2007.

Visitation with the family will be Wednesday evening 5-8 PM at Higgins Funeral Home.

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4 Comments

  1. Fay Keller

    Pops,We miss you already and I know your no longer suffering.You will always be in our hearts forever and we loved you very much and we new you loved us and many others.To know you was a treasure and to share your memories,tears and laughter will forever be with us.We met many of your friends and family and now you are with your loved ones that you missed so much. R.I.P. Pops (((hugs))) forever …

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  2. Kathleen Russell

    My papa was a great man, I loved him dearly… he will now be layed to rest with my grandma and my brother.. words cannot explain how bad I miss him and wish we were there at his services.. he was my papa, he will always be my papa… I love and miss you.. Rest In Peace Papa ♡
    – From his granddaughter Kathy and great granddaughter Jessica.

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  3. roger laster

    Bill was a good man to many, but will brought to answer for a few deeds only he knows. I send love to relatives and friends who could not be here for his service

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  4. Allyson Barnes

    Mr. Bill was one of the sweetest men around. I first met him while working for Judge Bob Parkes….many, many, moons ago….Judge and “Squeaky” could talk about Old Central Football forever…..then once I began working for John, he and I would meet Mr. Bill and “Clark” for lunch for good food and great conversations….Mr. Bill is going to missed and I am thankful I met him, got to know him and that I got to speak with him last week by phone….such a dear dear man. I know he is happy now as he is reunited with his loved ones.

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4 Comments

  1. Fay Keller

    Pops,We miss you already and I know your no longer suffering.You will always be in our hearts forever and we loved you very much and we new you loved us and many others.To know you was a treasure and to share your memories,tears and laughter will forever be with us.We met many of your friends and family and now you are with your loved ones that you missed so much. R.I.P. Pops (((hugs))) forever …

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  2. Kathleen Russell

    My papa was a great man, I loved him dearly… he will now be layed to rest with my grandma and my brother.. words cannot explain how bad I miss him and wish we were there at his services.. he was my papa, he will always be my papa… I love and miss you.. Rest In Peace Papa ♡
    – From his granddaughter Kathy and great granddaughter Jessica.

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  3. roger laster

    Bill was a good man to many, but will brought to answer for a few deeds only he knows. I send love to relatives and friends who could not be here for his service

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  4. Allyson Barnes

    Mr. Bill was one of the sweetest men around. I first met him while working for Judge Bob Parkes….many, many, moons ago….Judge and “Squeaky” could talk about Old Central Football forever…..then once I began working for John, he and I would meet Mr. Bill and “Clark” for lunch for good food and great conversations….Mr. Bill is going to missed and I am thankful I met him, got to know him and that I got to speak with him last week by phone….such a dear dear man. I know he is happy now as he is reunited with his loved ones.

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