William J. Wiernicki

William “Bill” Wiernicki, 89, of Lancaster, passed away on Saturday, August 24, 2019 at Hospice & Community Care of Mt. Joy.  He was the husband of Ann Igo Wiernicki with whom he was married 63 years.  He was born in Shenandoah, PA.  He was the son of William and Margaret Wiernicki.  He was a graduate of Shenandoah Catholic High School Class of 1942.  Bill proudly served in the United States Air Force during the Korean War.  Bill retired from Federal Mogol Corp. after 36 years of service where he was a Tool & Die maker.  Bill enjoyed fishing and hunting all his life traveling to many lakes and mountains to do so.  He also enjoyed cooking, reading, anything to do with nature, watching old black & white cowboy movies and  going for rides with his wife and children and watching the Dallas Cowboys. He was a member of St. John Neumann Church, VFW and American Legion Post.  He is also the oldest member of the Shenandoah East End Club.  He is survived by 4 children: William & David of Manheim & Michael of Manheim Twp. & Deborah wife of William Pocklington of Lansdale.  He has 3 grandchildren, Tyler of York & Adam Wiernicki of Lititz and Samantha Pocklington of Lansdale.  Funeral Services will be held at St. John Neumann Church, 601 E. Delp Road, Lancaster, 17601, on Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019.  The family will receive friends from 9:30 -10 followed by mass.  Interment will be private in Conestoga Memorial Park.  Please omit flowers.  Contributions for those who desire can be made to Hospice & Community Care, 4075 Old Harrisburg Pike, Mount Joy, PA 17552.  To Leave an on-line Condolence please visit www.CremationLancasterPA.com

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  1. Although we came from the same town and attended the same school Wimpy was a bit ahead of my time.
    I only knew you from coming up to the Tioga Co. hunting camp, but we had a lot in common including a love for the woods, primarily hunting and fishing. Your stories regarding your outdoor adventures were extremely interesting and funny and will always be remembered. You could tell a tale better than anyone I have ever ran into. Your outdoor knowledge told me you were one of, if not the best, sportsman I’ve have ever been associated with. I wish I could have enjoyed some of your experiences alongside of you. Will miss you buddy and hope someday I will be with you to test the endless fields and waters that God will now grant you.

  2. susie williams cromer

    I have wonderful memories as a child of “Uncle Wimpy” and “Aunt Anna” who were good friends of my parents, Dick and Pauline Williams. I remember lots of fun and laughter when they were around and I recall them visiting us in our home in Baltimore after my dad’s job moved us away. I send my prayers for Ann and for the family.

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