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Warren "Mike" W. Williams, II
Date of Death: November 14, 2018
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Amherst Chapel
1600 Amherst Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Saturday 11/17, 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

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Omps Reception Center
Amherst Chapel

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Tuesday 11/20, 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Metcalfe & Shaver Funeral Home
504 Wyoming Avenue
Wyoming, Pennsylvania

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Tuesday 11/20, 12:00 pm

Metcalfe & Shaver Funeral Home
504 Wyoming Avenue
Wyoming, Pennsylvania

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Tuesday 11/20

Wyoming Cemetery
155 Wyoming Avenue
Wyoming, Pennsylvania


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Blue Ridge Hospice
333 W. Cork Street, Suite 405
Winchester, Virginia 22601

Warren W. “Mike” Williams, II, 74, of Frederick County, Virginia passed away Wednesday, November 14, 2018, at Blue Ridge Hospice Inpatient Care Center. Mr. Williams was born in Kingston, Pennsylvania, the son of the late Elizabeth and Warren Williams. He attended Wyoming High School and Penn State University. Mr. Williams retired from the Internal Revenue …
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Peter Kahn left a message on November 26, 2018:
I trained Mike for many years. He worked hard was dedicated, consistent, and always in good humor. We talked about Penn State football, soccer and sports reports on his family. The last day we trained together, which was three weeks before he passed, he was still lifting at his peak. I gave him an A+. I really miss him and will always remember him. Thank God for the pleasure of having known him.
Tony and Mary Dorrzapf left a message on November 18, 2018:
Mike or Warren At one of the first meetings, of the Chantilly Soccer Club, many people told me I had to meet “Warren, the coach of the other CSC ’69 team. You need to meet “Mike”. WOW! 2 new coaches – sorry for me, it didn’t happen. Great for the kids. A coach who knew and loved the game –and – the kids. On the Coach’s team, the excitement of being on the field, trying to do what he was teaching, Years passed and we entered another phase of Soccer, watching from the sidelines. Mike always expressed his opinion of the Ref’s calls more loudly than me. Therefore, so as not to bias the ref against us. A little more often we did not see the end of the game. So, my memory of Mike as a strong parent and coach is before any physical changes for either of us. At half time, in a game we were enjoying, we moved to the far upper corner of the stands, Row Z, seats 98 and 99. There has to be a plaque there reading – These are the farthest seats from the field that any coaches – both of them – received RED CARDS that showed their love for the game and each other.
Brett Darling left a message on November 17, 2018:
In many ways, Mike was like a second father to me. He would take me fishing even when Warren wasn’t around. We’ve waded creeks and rivers together. We cruised around lakes in his bass boat, not catching anything but a cold. We definitely had different fishing styles; Mike taking the run and gun approach, while I was typically more patient and directed – it made for interesting trips! I crashed at his place when I first moved to Virginia while waiting for my apartment to get ready. My family and I spent a Christmas Dinner with him when our travel plans got snowed out. We had an amazing week in northern Canada together with Warren and one of Mike’s buddies. One of my favorite memories that still makes me chuckle is when Mike took Warren and me fishing. Mike was trying to back his boat down this narrow ramp and was having all kinds of difficulty. Warren and I stood clear and just kind of smiled silently while Mike was cussing up a storm and yelling, trying to get that boat in the water. It was probably 20 minutes of silence on the water before someone spoke. Warren and I just exchanged quiet smiles. Don’t poke the bear. Stephanie was a Williams’ car-pooler for a while when they all worked in DC. Since she had parking available, she would drop them off and then go park the car. One morning, she drove the car under a low-hanging ceiling and kind of wedged it in there. Steph was fretting all day about telling Mike and Peggy about it, but they were so nice and comforting telling her it was no big deal. You are so lucky to have had a man like that in your life. From the first time we met them, Mike and Peggy have treated us like family. We love Mike and will miss him dearly. Love, Brett and the Darling Family
Susan E Heine left a message on November 16, 2018:
I remember your quiet sense of humor and the warm way that you and Peggy welcomed me into your home as I awaited the birth of my daughter, Maggie, in July of 1987. Also remember all of those humorous IRS tales.
Joyce P. Lamoreux left a message on November 15, 2018:
In memory of Mike Williams II.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Joyce P. Lamoreux left a message on November 15, 2018:
In memory of Mike Williams II
Joyce P. Lamoreux left a message on November 15, 2018:
In Memory of Mike Williams II.......To you Peggy are not alone! My Deepest Condolences on Mikes passing. When someone you love dies you never quite get over it. You just slowly learn how to go on without them. But always keeping them tucked safely in your heart. In memory of your husband Mike.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
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