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William K. "Billy" Dellich III

Born: Tue., Jul. 26, 1988
Died: Sun., Aug. 19, 2018


Private Services


Visitation

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM, Fri., Aug. 24, 2018
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Fri., Aug. 24, 2018
Location: William F. Young Funeral Home


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William K. “Billy” Dellich III, age 30, of West Sunbury passed away unexpectedly August 19, 2018 at Forbes Regional Health Center in Monroeville.
Billy was born July 26, 1988 in Butler to William K. Dellich, Jr. and Amy Caporali Delllich of West Sunbury.  In addition to his parents he leaves behind his three beautiful children, Marryjane, Billiejean and William IV, his brother, Heath, his maternal grandparents, Ron and Carol Caporali, his paternal grandfather, William K. Dellich, and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
Billy was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Shirley Dellich.
A young man with so much to give this world.  One of the best heavy equipment operators ever seen.  Fueled by adrenaline and diesel, he was the happiest when working with his family pushing dirt and moving ground.  A brilliant mind that had a perfect vision of the outcome of the job.  Talk about a man that could drive or operate anything!  Could fix anything!  As honest as they come, wild as could be, daring, stubborn, determined, generous, loyal, adventurous, caring, kind, polite, great sense of humor, loving, with a huge heart of gold.  Always smiling and never held a grudge.  He always found something good in everyone!  Our Hero.  Made friends with everyone, could talk to anyone.  Would help anybody with anything.  He could talk anybody into anything at least once…sometimes twice, and you never knew if he was trying to get into or out of trouble, but did it with a smile.  
His journey was shorter than most but it was his and his alone.  They say only the good die young and that is an understatement here.  He wouldn’t want anyone to be unhappy because of him.  A favorite saying of his that we will miss the most: “Hey, how’s it going today?”  He always used quotes from songs, so here is ours to him: “It ain’t fair you died too young like a story that had just begun, but death tore the pages all away.”
To the best big brother and son, We Love You, we will  NEVER forget you and will miss you every day.  We know we will see you again and you will be watching over us.  Keep sending us signs.
Please join Billy’s family and friends at the William F. Young Funeral Home, 132 Main Street, West Sunbury on Friday, August 24, 2018 from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 for a time of remembrance.  A private funeral service for family and invited guests will follow.
In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made the trust fund to be established for his children in  care of Amy Dellich, 201 Findlay Road, West Sunbury, PA 16061

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CHASTITY CURRY
   Posted Tue August 21, 2018
TO THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF BILLY
YOU ARE ALL IN MY THOUGHTS AND I GIVE YOU ALL MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY. I CAN HEAR HIM SAYING "HOWS IT GOIN TODAY?!" THAT LAUGH OF HIS IS ALSO PLAYING OVER AND OVER IN MY HEAD. GREAT GUY WITH A GREAT PERSONALITY AND TRUELY A HEART OF GOLD!

Kim Brain
   Posted Wed August 22, 2018
I am so sorry for your loss. I will be keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. Kim Brain

Joe and Shirley Cupec
   Posted Wed August 22, 2018
We are so sorry for the loss of your son, brother and father. We didn't know Billy long, but he was always friendly when he saw us. His children are the sweetest little things, and we are so sorry for the loss of their Daddy. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers.

Vicki and Tom Beck
   Posted Wed August 22, 2018
Bill, Amy and Heath, My heart goes out to you. I was heartbroken to see Billy had passed. I remember that fun loving little kid who always wanted to go to work with his dad. I remember seeing him in high school one day when I was working and was so surprised when he came over and started talking to me and walked with me for a little bit. Not many teenage boys would do that with an old babysitter. It really touched my heart. He was such a good person. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Take care, Vicki

HOWARD W FRANK III
   Posted Thu August 23, 2018
You have my deepest sympathy. Prayers to you and your family. I am so sorry for your loss. Howard W Frank III

Bill McCarrier Jr.
   Posted Fri August 24, 2018
Bill, Amy and family, so sorry for the loss of your son. He was always a bright spot in everyone's day when he came into Interstate Pipe and Supply. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you.

Justin koebler
   Posted Sat August 25, 2018
So sorry for your loss he will be missed by many

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