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William McCoy Jr.

William Charles McCoy Jr., 57, of Carlisle, PA, passed away Wednesday, July 3, 2019. He was born to William C. McCoy and the late Doris H. Hess McCoy on December 20, 1961. Bill was an auto detailer and served in the U.S. Air Force.

He is survived by his father and stepmother, William C. and Mary Ann Toucho McCoy; his brother, David B. McCoy, all of Mt. Holly Springs; and his half-brother, Shawn L. Shanabrook of Placerville, CA. In addition, Bill is survived by his children, Taylor Nichole McCoy of Myrtle Beach, SC and Casey Wyatt McCoy of Camino, CA.

Services will be private and at the convenience of his family. The Hollinger Funeral Home and Crematory are handling arrangements. Visit www.hollingerfuneral@aol.com for condolences to the family.


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I wanted to write you on your birthday my friend, my best friend. As I used to call you One and you called me Deuce. I miss you One! Not a day goes by I don’t think of you and the times we had together. You were always there for me through the tougher times and I tried to be there for you. Wish you were still here buddy, but you are in a better place and hopefully at peace. Enjoying time with your loved ones and maybe talking NASCAR with my dad. I love you my brother and will see you again someday and maybe enjoy a cold pop together once again. Rest peacefully my brother. I love you and miss you dearly, your buddy Deuce

Dion DeMercurio Dec 20 2019 12:00 AM

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Cousin Kimberly Sep 9 2019 12:00 AM

Hey Dad I'm having a really hard time today. I miss you so much all I wanna do is call you and tell you that I finally made it back east. I'm with Taylor and I know you'd be happy about that. I just can't believe you're gone, I need you dad.

Casey McCoy Aug 14 2019 12:00 AM

Every memory you speak of tugged at my heart, Christi... And your characterization of Billy, yes. He was a deeply sensitive soul, full of the best of intentions and a bit of mischief. LOVED that guy! 🥺💔

Cousin Kimberly Jul 26 2019 12:00 AM

Please accept my sincere condolences in the loss of your son, Billy. I know he meant a lot to you and to have him gone must be very difficult.Just try to remember all the good times the two of you had as he was growing up. I know it will be difficult but they say time heals everything but the love for your child lives on.  Again, so sorry for your loss. Best of friends, Kirby.

Kirby Sheaffer Jul 20 2019 12:00 AM

Not a Bubbler around from the 80's can think of Billy and his 'Cuda driving through Boiling Springs---filled with laughter and not smile!  My husband says his Dad, (Joe Sr) looked forward to Billy stopping by Countryside Drive to visit and talk cars and his adventures back in the day.  He would wait by the driveway just to talk to Billy and of course, Billy always had time for Joe and spin around the block in that fast car! What a tragic loss for your family.  Please know he was thought of very highly in our little town and the Bubbler Family.

Liz and Joe Knouse Jul 17 2019 12:00 AM

David, I'm one of those persons who knew him and could say the same thing.  His concern for others was definitely one of his virtues.  You know your brother well...you were there for him and he was for you...he had a huge and loving heart and I, like you, know that he was a good person.  His gift to us is knowing him, leaving us with so many memories.  Our tears will be replaced with a smile some day when we remember his smile and what he meant to all of us.  David, thank you for your support and you have my deepest sympathy.  Knowing he is now at peace, can now be our peace someday.  He loved deeply.  Bless you little brother.

Rosemary Jul 16 2019 12:00 AM

Some of my favorite childhood memories involve baseball in Nana and Pap's field, eating popsicles while rocking on the porch rockers, boarding the "train" at McCoy reunions, riding the go cart around the circle, Christmas photos in front of the mural, and being so excited to visit our cousins on holidays or during the summer we didn't mind the 22 hour drive from Wichita to Holly.  Billy was always up for an adventure... from exploring in the creek, to playing a role in our Wild West Shows, he would flash that devilish grin and say "let's do it"!  A kind and generous soul who's huge heart was just part of his charm.  He loved deeply.... his sensitive soul ached in difficulty.... his compassion for others was powerful.  I will miss all of this and more sweet cousin.  May peace be with you and may you know the love that surrounds you. .

Cousin Christi Jul 13 2019 12:00 AM

Sincere Sympathy for Bill and your family in the death of young Billy, Only God knows the answers, May the next few days be filled with God's help to get you through the sudden passing of  your Dear Son. Just know he is at a Better Place...Love Don & Diana Jumper

Don & Diana Jumper Jul 13 2019 12:00 AM

Bill McCoy & Mary Ann,              I was so sorry to hear about the death of your son, My Thoughts are with you at this Sad Time, There arespecial moments and  memories that are yours alone that will help carry you through these difficult days. I Pray thatGod will comfort your Heart to a place of Peace.

Vicki (Snyder) Micholas.......Pittsburgh,Pa. Jul 12 2019 12:00 AM

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