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William C. McComsey

Born: Tue., Oct. 25, 1949
Died: Mon., Mar. 11, 2019


Private Committal


Visitation

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Fri., Mar. 15, 2019
Location: Oxford


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William C. McComsey of Oxford died March 11, 2019 at Ware Presbyterian Home after a long battle with Dementia. 

He was the husband of Deborah Phelps McComsey with whom he shared 45 years of Marriage. 

He is survived by his wife, two children, LeAnne of Philadelphia, Jeffrey (Samantha) of Lancaster, two grandchildren, Brendan and Ethan, one sister, Marilyn Deaver (Chuck) and One niece, Melissa Ebeling (Sean) of Downingtown and their two children, Cooper and Renna. He is also survived by his brother in law, Albert C. Woods of Wilmington, Delaware. 

He was predeceased by Mother and Father, John and Frances McComsey and his sister in law, Phyllis P. Woods. 

In earlier years Bill worked at his family business Charles J. McComsey & Sons where he learned lawn and garden mechanics, after the business closed he went to Sebastian's Auto for one year and then to Pinno Pontiac for 20 years where he became a certified ASE Master Auto Technician ending his career at D'Ambrosia Chevrolet in Oxford. He then worked at Miller Edge in West Grove where he retired in 2015. 

He loved crabbing, Nascar, and in later years developed a passion for Trap shooting. He is a member of the Oxford Union Fire Company No. 1 and a lifetime member of the Oxford Gun Club. 

The interment will be private and at the Oxford Cemetery. 

In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to Willow Tree Hospice, Kennett Square, PA 19348 

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Michael L. Urbanik
   Posted Sun March 17, 2019
I am sorry I missed Bill’s Viewing. I did not hear of his passing till today. With the Passing of Ron Griffith, it seems like our era at Oxford Union is fading into the history books. Bill was an excellent engineer. He kept everything running at the firehouse. I can still see his sign over the Engineer’s Room at the firehouse. Bill you always watch out for the new members at Oxford. I will always remember the calls we ran together.

Debbie: Bill was a good man, friend and husband. I am sorry for your loss

Till we meet again

Wayne & Mary Anne Reisler
   Posted Thu March 21, 2019
We extend out deepest sympathy to all the family. Bill was one of the good guys - always friendly and pleasant - always ready to help anyone - always the best he could be. We knew him since he was a kid and had great respect for him. He will be missed by many.
Sincerely,
Wayne & Mary Anne Reisler

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