William Bill Unger II Obituary(1955 – 2024), Heartfelt Farewell To A Beloved Citizen, USA, PA – Death Notice

Death: Bill Unger Obituary – William O. “Bill” Unger, II, 68 years old, passed away at UPMC Hanover Hospital on Tuesday, March 26, 2024. He was a resident of Littlestown. He had been married to Donna M. (Weaver) Unger for a period of forty-five years. William O. and Francis R. (Leonard) Unger, who both passed away before Bill’s birth on December 10, 1955 in Fort Sill, Oklahoma, were his parents. With a degree from Delone Catholic High School, he graduated in 1973. Later on, Bill became the owner and operator of Superior Fabrication, which is also located in Littlestown. Prior to that, he worked as a metal fabricator for M & M Tool & Die in Littlestown.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by his daughter, Christina M. Unger, who resides in Littlestown; his son, Matthew T. Unger and Kaitlyn, who reside in Carlisle; his grandson, Asher Unger; and his sisters, Valerie Krug of Hanover and Lori Hager of Abbottstown. As a previous president of the parish council of St. Aloysius Catholic Church in Littlestown, Bill was a member of the congregation and served in that capacity. In addition to that, he was a member of a number of committees and a church lector.

At the Hull Pottery Association, Bill was a member of the board of directors. Bill has a strong passion for collecting pottery. As a man who cared about other people, he was a wonderful and compassionate person. He had a deep affection for individuals and delighted in bringing joy and laughter to their faces. He was talented while remaining humble, and he took great pride in his work. He was always willing to lend a helping hand to those in need. Not only did he never take himself or life too seriously, but he also had a talent for considerate gestures that demonstrated that he was also thinking about you.

He had a good time and made the most of his life. Consequently, it is the perfect time to embrace your loved ones and give them a hug.  Always keep in mind that you only get one earthly mother and father, and that they are most likely doing their best to provide for you. Give them some grace and acknowledge that some of the things that you may consider to be a significant issue with them are, in reality, not that significant in the grand scheme of things in life. Allow them to tell you the stories they’ve told you a hundred times without rolling your eyes so that you can listen to them.

You should keep the voicemails that they left for you because you will want to listen to them in the event that you are unable to call them. Whether you go and spend time with them in person or you call them on the phone, you should make time for them. You should never stop reminding them that you love them and are thankful for them, and you should hug them constantly. Talk to them frequently. On Tuesday, April 2nd, at 9:45 AM, the viewing will take place at Little’s Funeral Home, and the funeral service will take place at 11 AM at St. Aloysius’ church, both of which are located in Littlestown, Pennsylvania.

As an alternative to sending flowers, Dad has asked that memorial contributions be made to either the Shriners Hospitals for Children or the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital rather than sending flowers. We would appreciate it if you would keep him and us in your prayers as we grieve our loss but also rejoice in his memories and the blessing of the time we were able to spend with him thanks to your prayers.

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