William T. Boone

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William T. Boone

Washington - William T. Boone 62, of Washington IL, formerly Geneseo IL, passed away August 31, 2021, at his home.

William or Bill as he was known by most, was born June 15th, 1959, to Waynetta (Candy) F. Anderson. He was known for his wonderful sense of humor, and always had his loved ones in tears with laughter. Bill loved to do Carpentry work and was great with his hands. His biggest passion was cooking. He loved to create his own masterpieces and people were never let down when he did. He was a protector and best friend to his little sister (Moni as he called her) most all his life. As little children & well into adulthood, you could always find her not far behind, if not right beside him. Their bond was incredibly special as was his bond with his daughter Nakia Keefer, his grandchildren, great granddaughter and his brother-in-law Scott Bonynge, whom he loved very much. That loving bond also included his nephew Ron Stage (wife Kerri) who have many cherished memories with him as well.

He will be deeply missed by his Mother, Waynetta (Candy) Anderson (Richard) of Apache Junction, AZ, his little sister Monica Bonynge (Husband Scott) of Colorado Springs, Co, Daughter Nakia (Paul Keefer) and grandchildren Haley, Ciara, Emily, Pierce, Brynlee and great granddaughter Kambreigh, all of Washington, IL, Nephew Ron Stage (Kerri) of Poynette, WI.

He was preceded in death by his grandson Kamdon and his Aunt Kathy Jackson who shared his sense of humor.

Posted online on November 20, 2021

Published in Geneseo Republic

Obituaries in Geneseo, IL | Geneseo Republic

William T. Boone

William T. Boone

Washington - William T. Boone 62, of Washington IL, formerly Geneseo IL, passed away August 31, 2021, at his home.

William or Bill as he was known by most, was born June 15th, 1959, to Waynetta (Candy) F. Anderson. He was known for his wonderful sense of humor, and always had his loved ones in tears with laughter. Bill loved to do Carpentry work and was great with his hands. His biggest passion was cooking. He loved to create his own masterpieces and people were never let down when he did. He was a protector and best friend to his little sister (Moni as he called her) most all his life. As little children & well into adulthood, you could always find her not far behind, if not right beside him. Their bond was incredibly special as was his bond with his daughter Nakia Keefer, his grandchildren, great granddaughter and his brother-in-law Scott Bonynge, whom he loved very much. That loving bond also included his nephew Ron Stage (wife Kerri) who have many cherished memories with him as well.

He will be deeply missed by his Mother, Waynetta (Candy) Anderson (Richard) of Apache Junction, AZ, his little sister Monica Bonynge (Husband Scott) of Colorado Springs, Co, Daughter Nakia (Paul Keefer) and grandchildren Haley, Ciara, Emily, Pierce, Brynlee and great granddaughter Kambreigh, all of Washington, IL, Nephew Ron Stage (Kerri) of Poynette, WI.

He was preceded in death by his grandson Kamdon and his Aunt Kathy Jackson who shared his sense of humor.

Posted online on November 20, 2021

Published in Geneseo Republic