William Louis Schneckenburger, age 69 formerly of Akron, Ohio passed away May 1, 2019 peacefully at his home in Bedford, Texas. William (Bill) was born on December 30, 1949 in Akron, Ohio to the late Harold and Josephine (Bamonte) Schneckenburger. He attended the University of Akron and was a lifelong supporter of the Cleveland Browns and the Ohio State Buckeyes.
He served as a Deputy Sheriff / Detective with the Summit County Sheriff's Office in Akron, Ohio for many years before moving to the State of Texas where he was employed as a Deputy Constable with the Denton County Constable's Office and later retiring from the Department of Homeland Security.
He will be remembered as a husband, father, grandfather, big brother, uncle and good friend to all that knew him. He was full of life and could make a room erupt in laughter with his wit and charm; depending on who you asked!
As a proud Navy veteran, William took great pride in being the recipient of many military service and war medals received after active duty in the Vietnam War.
Bill is survived by his loving wife, Pamela (Camp) Schneckenburger; children, Mathew (Elizabeth) Schneckenburger, Fort Worth, Texas; Megan (Ted) Stone, Toledo, Ohio; Lori Winstead of Keller, Texas; the late Danielle (Troy) Flud; siblings, Mary Jo Schneckenburger and Robert (Denese) Schneckenburger, Akron, Ohio; grandchildren Sophia Schneckenburger, Myles Schneckenburger, Grant Winstead, Lauren James Winstead, and Hunter Bayerl; nephews, Nicholas Schneckenburger and Brandon Schneckenburger – whom he adored; mother-in-law, Carmen Camp; brother-in-law Jeff (Annie) Camp; nieces, Sarah Camp and Elizabeth Camp. Bill is also survived by his three amazing strong aunts, Dorothy Ash, Eleanor Harget and Ann Marie West (godmother to William) all of Akron, Ohio.
A Memorial service will be held on Saturday, June 15, 2019 at 1 p.m. at the Anthony Funeral Home Kucko-Anthony-Kertesz Chapel, 1990 South Main Street, Akron, Ohio 44301. Family and friends may call from 11 a.m. to 1p.m. at the funeral home. (Kucko-Anthony-Kertesz Chapel, Akron)