Bill "William" Wade Youngman

William 'Bill' Wade Youngman

Bill was just 60 years old, born on May 5, 1954, passed away May 25, 2014, at his home located in Temple, Georgia. Bill left his earthly home after fighting long and hard with liver disease. He gave it his all, just like he did with everything in life. Bill grew up in the Cuyahoga Falls and Kent areas of Ohio and eventually ended up in Georgia. Son of a brick mason, he was also a tradesman, owner, general contractor and employed in the hospitality management industry throughout his final years. He is survived by his loving wife, Katie,; daughter, Alissa Ebert,; sister, Sally and her husband Hugh Guthrie; son, Randy and his wife Malinda; son, Ryan, along with his loving grandchildren, nephews, nieces and longtime friend, John Miller. Anyone who know Bill understood his craving for the "Need for Speed". Bill had to have the fastest car, truck , boat, and anything else that had wheels or a motor. Bill enjoyed the water as much as he did the land. You could often find him literally flying around the lakes on his speed boat, cruising in his house boat or cracking the throttle on his Harley. Bill held his family close and would help any of them. Some fathers don't gain the love of their children but this man had more love for and from his sons, wife, daughter than anyone could imagine. Bill wouldn't hesitate to give a genuine hug or strong handshake, you knew where you stood with him, he was man of his word. He was a compassionate man willing to help anyone who could help themselves whether it was by putting them to work, getting them a job, or even a place to live and expected nothing in return. His favorite charity was a boy's orphanage, where he helped raise donation and volunteered his time. God Speed Bill! You family knows you are in God's Speed Boat, with Cody Bear, Gram Go, Gram Millie, and Carol, flying around the lakes of Heaven listening to classic rock. No More Pain, You will be forever loved, remembered and missed by all your family and friends who knew you. The family has asked that donations be sent to PO Box 174, Temple, Georgia 30179.

(West Georgia Crematory 404-725-7687, RC 6-28-14)

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