Wilbur Good

It is with deepest sadness that we announce the passing of Wilbur (Bill) Good Jr. of natural causes on June 4, 2013 at the age of 48.
As a paraplegic struggling with Spina Bifida and hydrocephalus for much of his life, Billy faced adversity, but persevered with strength, courage, and a fiercely independent spirit.
Family, friends, acquaintances, and care-takers will remember his kindness, humor, and will always cherish his love and friendship.
He is survived by his parents Reta and Wilbur Good, his sisters Pamela and Carol, his nephews Alan Covert, Christopher Delaney and Mike Delaney, and many life long friends.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to:
Bill Good Memorial
Freedom Gardens for the handicapped
1680 Strawberry Rd.
Mohegan Lake, NY 10547

Date Of Service
Saturday, June 8, 2013 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm

Location Of Service
Libby Funeral Home,Inc. 55 TellerAve. Beacon, NY 12508

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  1. Leroy & Mary Ellen says:

    Bill was a very courageous and inspiring young man. He will be missed by many. Our heart goes out to Bill, Rita, Pam, Carol, and the rest of the family.

  2. Ken and Gail Good says:

    SO SORRY TO HEAR OF THE PASSING OF BILL. WE ARE KEEPING YOU IN OUR PRAYERS. WE LOVE YOU VERY MUCH. KEN AND GAIL

  3. Ellie and Dave Burke says:

    Carol and family, Sorry about the loss of your brother. May all the good memories carry you through this difficult time.

  4. Rosemary & Bob Jameson says:

    We grieve with you over the loss of your son and pray you will find comfort in the love of our Lord Jesus. Bill is probably running and dancing in heaven; happy and well.

    May God bless you and your family. You are in our prayers, Rosemary & Bob

  5. Don and Bonnie Wright says:

    Reta and Bill….
    Will always remember the funny times we had with Bill Jr.
    You are in our thoughts and prayers.
    Don and Bonnie Wright
    JR Group

  6. Debbie Wood Flood says:

    I am so very sorry for your loss. Bill was a great guy. My brother Billy Wood had a great time growing up with your Billy at the Peekskill Presbyterian Church. We will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers.

  7. Norman Haight says:

    A note of condolences to the whole Good family on behalf of myself, my sister Holly and all the \’kids\’ of the Peekskill Presbyterian Church who knew and loved Billy. A prayer of peace for you all knowing he is in God\’s ever loving care and a thanks for the life of Billy who blessed everyone of us.

  8. Doris-Jane Smith and Glen scott Smith from Lincolndale, N.y. Ol St. Agnes Kids says:

    Rita and Bill I was saddened to read of Billys passing. I have and so does Glen-Scott so manyfantastic memories of the kids at St. Agnes in the old days. Also our P>U>S>H> activities that brought us all together for support. Those kids will always have a place in our hearts and surely Billy will now have even a bigger place in our memories. May your memories sustain you at this sad time, Love \’The Smiths

  9. Bob Weeks Jr says:

    Billy was a great brother-in-law! I remember the first time I met him at Bill & Reta\’s house for Thanksgiving 1990. He had the word, CRASH, carved into the hair on the side of his head and a big smile on his face. What a character!

    Another year, while driving to our house with another wheelchair-bound person, they got lost and his car broke down. Finally, they made it. Just another adventure for Billy.

    He had so many challenges, yet he tried to deal with them in his own way, independently.

    Billy, I appreciate how you accepted me as a member of your family like your parents and siblings. I\’ll miss you.

    Love, Bob

  10. Pamela Good says:

    Written by Pamela Good on June 4, 2013 on the occasion of her brother, Billy Good, passing.

    Billy\’s Free

    Expected, yes
    Yet unexpected.
    Just a breath away,
    It crept up upon you.
    With cat-like stealth,
    It stalked you
    Without so much as
    A \

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