Bill Gene Shockney

Born: Sat., Oct. 17, 1925
Died: Fri., Jul. 27, 2012


Graveside Service

11:00 AM Thu., Aug. 02, 2012
Location: Union City Cemetery


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NAME:   Bill Shockney               AGE:  86

ADDRESS:  Union City, IN

TIME OF DEATH:  Friday July 27, 2012

PLACE OF DEATH:  St. Vincent Randolph Hospital

DATE OF BIRTH: October 17, 1925          PLACE OF BIRTH:  Wayne Township, Randolph County, IN

PARENTS:  Theodore and Ruth Mason Shockney (PRECEDED)

OCCUPATION: Farmer and Westinghouse Tool & Die Repair for 34 years.

ORGANIZATIONS/CLUBS:  Wayne High School class of 1943 graduate, Bill also loved fishing and traveling.

SURVIVED BY:  wife of 64 yrs. Dorothy Jean Wood Shockney, three daughters; Arlinda “Lynn” Bond of Lynn, IN, Gena (Daniel) Sweet of Cambridge City, IN, and Penny (Charles) Anderson of Eaton, OH.  Grandchildren; Kathy, Tony, Robert and Denise Bond, Dillon and Emily Sweet, Kelsey and Nicholas Anderson.  8 Great Grandchildren.  1 brother;  J M.(Shirley) Shockney of U.C., IN.  Niece Jackie (Mike) Stump and nephew Allen Shockney.

PRECEDED BY:  Parents, one infant son; Richard Alyn Shockney

GRAVESIDE SERVICES:  11:00 AM Thursday August 2, 2012 at the Union City Cemetery         

OFFICIATING:  Rev. Matt Miller                                                

Burial:  Union City Cemetery

MEMORIALS:  In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Shockney Monument Fund which is a historic family icon that is being saved.  Envelopes will be available at the Funeral home or send by mail to; Shockney Monument Fund (c/o Jim Cox) 1439 W. 900 N. Ridgeville, IN 47380.

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Max and Pat Hylton Teegarden
   Posted Tue July 31, 2012
Dear Aunt Dorothy , Lynn, Gena, Penny and families,
I am so sorry for your loss. Uncle Bill was a wonderful Uncle to me and friend to everyone. When I went to visit Uncle Bill earlier this year, I ask him about his thoughts on God. He smiled and said, "He is my Lord and Saviour". That was awesome to hear. He told me when he was young he used to attend church but had gotten away from it, and that now he had rededicated his live to God. I had a great time that day visiting with him. I will always be glad I went.
Uncle Bill will be waiting to see us all again in that "Great Reunion" in heaven led by our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ:) Oh what a day that will be. Oh what a time he's having right now with all our loved ones who have gone on before us. This life is just a moment’s vapor compared to spending all eternity with God. With all our love and caring,
Pat and Max Teegarden


Garry Patterson, LPN
   Posted Wed August 01, 2012
My deepest sympathy for your loss. To the daughter I got to meet, your Dad was a wonderful man! After being out of long term nursing for nearly 10 years, on my return I vowed to not get attached. Boy did he prove me wrong! I will miss him for sure. One of my last conversations with him was about what a wonderful singer I am!!! OMY what a laugh!!! He hoped that my "singing lessons" wasn't too expensive LOL!! I sure will miss him

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