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William Henry Pfahl, V

Date of Death: February 4, 2020
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Mount Hebron Cemetery
305 E. Boscawen Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Monday 2/10, 11:00 am

William Henry Pfahl, V, 75, of Shenandoah County, Virginia passed away Tuesday, February 4, 2020, at Martinsburg VA Medical Center. Mr. Pfahl was born in 1944 in Arlington, Virginia, son of the late William Pfahl, IV and Margaret B. Pfahl. He graduated from Arlington High School and was a veteran of the United States Army.Continue Reading

John Claffey left a message on October 3, 2020:
I was a friend of Bill's since 1989, he worked with befriended and was highly respected by all who knew him in Ireland. we had numerous hourly chats and debates on the telephone and FaceTime across the atlantic . He was a good friend , i will miss him.
Cheryl Smith left a message on September 10, 2020:
Your kindness and friendship will never be forgotten.
James Bird left a message on June 7, 2020:
I remember Bill well and will miss him. My brother Ron and I visited him at his farm. We three went to the aviation museum together some years ago. I met Bill when my brother and I were Instructor pilots in Miami at Opa locka airport Bill was my brothers student. We often had a beer together after the days flying was over..
Tom Kelly left a message on April 7, 2020:
I am extremely saddened to learn of Bill's passing. I attempted to call him this morning and found the number disconnected. I last spoke with Bill around the new year. Bill was a friend of mine from back at Mackey Airlines/Sunny South back in the late 70's in Gainesville, FL. Bill was a great friend, a man's man and a superb pilot. I will miss our late night phone conversations with his distinctive Virginia drawl. If there is a family member that I could speak with, I would appreciate the opportunity to speak with them (I am at He made a couple of wooden spinning tops for my twin boys when they were young and I will always treasure them. In our profession, we refer to a pilot's passing as having "flown west". RIP Bill...until I fly west and see you again....
William Ryan left a message on March 16, 2020:
It is with heart sorrow that my friend and flying buddy has passed. He called mr from a hospital in NYC and that was the last we spoke. His passing, especially for us old folks, is a reminder reminder how precious each day is. I miss his "colorful" interchanges. Rest in peace Bill
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William D. Pfahl left a message on February 19, 2020:
Condolences to the Bauserman family . My wife, Denise and my son Will and I are sad at hearing of Bill's passing. Bill and I spent time in Pittsburgh at the Heinz History museum in the maps and geneology department finding out about where our common relatives, the Pfahls lived and worked. We traveled to many places in the city tracking down the home of his grandfather in Ben Avon Heights-where we got a tour by the architect owner. Bill had us down to his farm where I was so impressed with his wood shop and the beautiful furniture he made. He built my son a beautiful cherry work table. Always kind to us and a gift for myself and family to have known him. Again sad to see him pass so quickly.
Christine Bauserman left a message on February 9, 2020:
R.I.P. Uncle Bill.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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