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William "Will" Chambers
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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William V. Chambers William “Will” VanMeter Chambers, 49, of Winchester, Virginia died Sunday, January 2, 2011, in his home. Mr. Chambers was born in Germany in 1961, the son of Dr. Beverly Noe Chambers of Port Angeles, Washington and the late Anne H. Chambers. He was a self employed Horse Trainer, avid fisherman and writer …
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Blair left a message on January 30, 2013:
Just so sad. The trainer who recovered my hunter ride and got me to move on with in my riding career has past away. Cheers to Will Chambers. One of the greatest hunter jumper trainers of our time. I will miss our evening chats and training sessions... Love your last rider that you trained. Thanks for all you gave me and for that I am forever in your debt and you are in my heart.. Simba AKA "The Last Jedi" misses you as well. The song that reminds me of Will is "Fishn' in the dark" by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Blair Thompson-Reinke Ashburn, VA
Samantha left a message on January 30, 2013:
Will, I remember your passion, pure generosity, and kind words at every horseshow...you could make the most stressed rider smile and come back to earth. I'll never forget our conversations delving into the psychological aspects of our sport, or your signature "trainer's leg kick" every time you watched a rider you cared about. I regret that it's been so many years, but thank you for having been there for me as a horseman and as a friend. Rest in peace; many will miss you.
Mary left a message on January 30, 2013:
Dr. B. Chambers, You have always been there for us for many years. If it helps you in any way, please know we think of you oftenwith fondness. Our hearts are grieving with and for you and yours. Mary Ann and Richard Posey
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Will was a great horse trainer, riding trainer, and inspiration to many. I appreciate all the help he has given me, not only with horses, but with life. His memory will remain with me forever. I will never forget the many laughs we had while training horses together, or setting up jumps.
Blair Thompson-Reinke left a message on January 8, 2011:
Just so sad. The trainer who recovered my hunter ride and got me to move on with in my riding career has past away. Cheers to Will Chambers. One of the greatest hunter jumper trainers of our time. I will miss our evening chats and training sessions... Love your last rider that you trained. Thanks for all you gave me and for that I am forever in your debt and you are in my heart.. Simba AKA "The Last Jedi" misses you as well. The song that reminds me of Will is "Fishn' in the dark" by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Blair Thompson-Reinke Ashburn, VA
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Samantha Arnholt left a message on January 8, 2011:
Will, I remember your passion, pure generosity, and kind words at every horseshow...you could make the most stressed rider smile and come back to earth. I'll never forget our conversations delving into the psychological aspects of our sport, or your signature "trainer's leg kick" every time you watched a rider you cared about. I regret that it's been so many years, but thank you for having been there for me as a horseman and as a friend. Rest in peace; many will miss you.
Mary Ann and Richard Posey left a message on January 9, 2011:
Dr. B. Chambers, You have always been there for us for many years. If it helps you in any way, please know we think of you oftenwith fondness. Our hearts are grieving with and for you and yours. Mary Ann and Richard Posey
Lindsey Parker left a message on July 19, 2011:
Will was a great horse trainer, riding trainer, and inspiration to many. I appreciate all the help he has given me, not only with horses, but with life. His memory will remain with me forever. I will never forget the many laughs we had while training horses together, or setting up jumps.
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