William Edward Weller, also known as “Billy Red,” “Dadders Spaghatters,” “Double-Double-ya” and “Billiam,” passed away gracefully on July 1 at the age of 62 in San Angelo, Texas.
Bill was born on April 14, 1952, in Valley Forge, Pa., to Colonel Robert and Mimi Weller.
He is survived by his daughters, Teddi Lynn (Neil) Phillips and Christine Weller; grandchildren Michael Stevens, Caitlyn and Joseph Phillips; sisters Veronica (Bob) Kistner and Maribeth Weller; and brother Bobby (Letty) Weller.
Bill was a talented carpenter for 44 years, who loved his work. His favorite pastimes included riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle, enjoying a cold one with his friends, going to the gun range and spending time with his beloved family.
Bill was a carpenter in Pinedale from 1980-83, working with Curt Young and Dale Sequera.
A memorial service was held July 14 at Cavalry Lutheran Church in San Angelo.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Wounded Warrior Project, Bill’s favorite charity.
The family would like to give thanks to Shannon Hospital and Dr. Anthony C. Demory for the treatment given to Bill and for the warmth and care.
In closing, in the words of Billy Red, “Don’t sweat the small stuff.”
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