Wilbert G. Musser

Born: Thu., Aug. 18, 1921
Died: Wed., Nov. 8, 2017


Visitation

12:00 PM to 2:00 PM, Tue., Nov. 14, 2017
Location: Hill Funeral Home


Funeral Service

2:00 PM Tue., Nov. 14, 2017
Location: Hill Funeral Home


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Wilbert G. Musser

    Wilbert G. Musser, 96, of Chillicothe, passed away peacefully on November 8, 2017 at the Hospice of Hope Ohio Valley Inpatient Center after an extended illness. He was born on August 18, 1921, in New Berlin, PA, the son of the late Lamont and Hilda (Geise) Musser.

    Wilbert is survived by his children, Alan (Patricia) Musser, of Hillsboro, Thomas (Myra) Musser, of Wheeling, WV, and Ginny (Bill) Brown, of Kingston; seven grandchildren, Shawna, Jay, Chad, Cara, Alison, Angeline, and Matthew; and eight great-grandchildren, Kendall, Briella, Arlington, Addelynn, Emerson, Courtland, Jayce, and J.J. Wilbert was also preceded in death by his loving wife whom he missed dearly, Ann E. (Eaton) Musser.

    Wilbert proudly served his country in the U.S. Army Air Core during WWII. He served in the European Theatre and was a mechanic on B-17 bombers. Wilbert worked for the Federal Prison System as a Lieutenant and was known for his excellent woodworking and carpentry skills.

     Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, November 14 at 2:00 p.m. at the HILL FUNERAL HOME, Kingston with Rev. Barry Bennett officiating. Burial will follow in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery with military honors. Calling hours will be held on Tuesday from noon until the time of the service at Hill’s. Condolences can be made on Wilbert’s online guest registry at www.hillfhkingston.com.

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Suzette & Charles Mueller
   Posted Fri November 10, 2017
Dear Ginny, Alan, Tom & families,

We are so sorry to hear that Uncle Bill passed away. Sending our prayers and love to you at this difficult time! So many fond memories of your Dad & your family!

Love,
Suzette & Charles

Judy & Don Everitt
   Posted Sat November 11, 2017
Alan, Tommy & Ginny; We are so sorry to read of your Dad's passing in The Daily Item today. We had completely lost touch w/ where he was since it must have been at least 25 years or more since we saw him w/ his horse in Mifflinburg so long ago. We both remember Bill as a gentle man (a true gentleman) and an all around upstanding fellow. I wish we'd known him better and all of you too, whom we never really knew because there was such an age difference. Lamont and Hilda Musser were my (Judy) aunt and uncle; Dorothy Musser Spaid was my mother and the sister of Lamont. I guess that makes you and me (Judy) second cousins? It's sad that the reunions held @ Hilda and Lamont's cabin have become an event in our past. I still have photos of all my aunts and uncles who attended those reunions. Our sincere sympathies for your loss of a wonderful father and a really "cool" man.
Judy (Spaid) Everitt and husband Don Everitt.

Roger A. Matz
   Posted Sat November 11, 2017
Tom, Alan, & Ginny...I am so sorry to learn of the passing of your Father; my Dad also worked for the Federal Reformatory in Chillicothe, and I remember the Christmas party they always had each year for the employees and their families. I had forgotten that there was a Wheeling, WV connection in your family; my wife Jenny & I also live in Wheeling (in the North Park section); may God give you strength during this very difficult time. Sincerely, Roger A. Matz

Tom and Toni Willis
   Posted Mon November 13, 2017
Ginny, Bill and family, We were saddened to hear of Bill's passing. He and Annie were such good friends with Jack and Blanche. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Don Graves
   Posted Mon November 13, 2017
Our deepest sympathy and condolences are with you and your Families in this time of deep sorrow. Bill will be greatly missed. My Mother and he enjoyed back fence conversations a lot. Keep his memory alive by recalling all the memorable times that you enjoyed with your parents as you were growing. May God keep you strong in this time of grief.

Donald, Greg, Tyler, Tiffany, Wes and Ellie (Your back fence neighbors.)

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