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William "Bill" Snyder Keyton, Sr.
Date of Death: February 18, 2018
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Amherst Chapel
1600 Amherst Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Thursday 2/22, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Amherst Chapel
1600 Amherst Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Thursday 2/22, 7:00 pm

William “Bill” Snyder Keyton, Sr., 88, of Stephens City, Virginia, died Sunday, February 18, 2018, at his home. Mr. Keyton was born in Martinsburg, West Virginia, the son of Iris Louise and Benjamin Harrison Keyton. He was a retired produce manager with Safeway Grocery Store, starting on Braddock Street then moving to Valley Avenue. Over …
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Mary Ann Pullen left a message on February 22, 2018:
My deepest sympathy to you Nancy. I loved working with Bill at Omps. He always had a joke to tell and a big smile when he greeted you. Such good memories i will always have.
Cindy Hoover left a message on February 22, 2018:
Uncle Bill will be missed. He joins two loving sisters.
Cindy Hoover left a message on February 22, 2018:
Uncle Bill was always so thoughtful and kind when he visited my mom, Franceshis sister. My thoughts are with his children. It is really hard to lose another one of them.
Jerry Metheny left a message on February 21, 2018:
My prayers and thoughts are with you. I will always consider my hours at work with Bill at Omps a blessing! No matter the time or stress of the moment a smile and a chuckle could always be counted on around Bill. A fine, fine man who will be missed. Gods speed to all the family!
Joseph & Jessica Dilleree left a message on February 21, 2018:
William “Bill” Keyton You were a true friend and loving family member to many, a man with a gentle heart and soul, a man who would and always did for others, and a man with a one of kind sense of humor. I will forever remember Bill for his strength, dedication, faith, and of course his love of gardening. He was someone you could always talk to (just sometimes you had to say it more than once for him to hear you). He was someone that would give you honest and heartfelt advice when asked. He would be the first to lend you a helping hand, a tool or equipment if needed and always shared the fruits of his labors from his garden. He was never without a good laugh, smile and joke of the day to share. I know people often say that one could be known for giving the shirt off their back if needed…but with 100% certainty and without hesitation Bill Keyton really would. Bill Keyton may of had his share of struggles in life, but his success with his faith, family and most of all countless friends, out way it all. To the family of the man I had the greatest pleasure in knowing, I wish you peace and comfort throughout this time. To Bill, my friend, I wish you a peaceful journey on your new heavenly path. I will never forget your smile and laugh, the life lessons you have shared and the example you set of a truly great man. Bill, we will never forget you. May God bless you William “Bill” Keyton, Joseph & Jessica Dilleree
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Shane Grimes left a message on February 20, 2018:
Nancy - both you and Bill were so nice to my father (Jerry Grimes) while at Lyncarre. I only met you a few times when visiting from Chicago but y'all made an impression. I just wanted to let you know that you were in my thoughts. Bill was a bright spot on our journey to the end with Dad. And you too - thank you for everything you did for my dad and the many others around. Shane Grimes
Tim Stotler left a message on February 20, 2018:
Paul, very sorry to hear about your dad, he had such a kind and gentle spirit. I know that he will be missed greatly by his family and community. May the Lord give you and your family peace during this time. With sincere condolences, Tim Stotler
Dan and Diana Agnew left a message on February 20, 2018:
Nancy, Just wanted to let you know that you and the family are in our thoughts and prayers. Bill was a special fellow and will be missed by all who knew him.
Joan S. Mowery left a message on February 19, 2018:
I will always remember Bill's pleasant demeanor. We always had a good time working on the Community Meal at church. He will be missed.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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