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He drugged girls and locked them up and sold them.
Bill was a good dude. I was his roommate for bout a year and a half....Real good caring dude he will be missed
We have so many wonderful memories I will hold on to for the rest of my life. We are a great friend and companion. Love always, Jamie
I will be your voice and I will fight for you..Im so sorry that this happened to you but I'm glad they got the killer..Wish me and your Grandson were closer we haven't seen you in 4 years..But at the end of every day you're still my Daddy and I made sure to take care of you..I arranged everything glad you are here in Fernandina so I can visit you and Mom at the cemetery whenever I want with or without your Grandson Gage..Deep down I loved you but had to keep my distance from you due to circumstances..Daddy I will do everything in my willpower with all I jave to make sure your killer gets the maximum years in prison for taking your life..I want justice served...We love you we will see you again someday..Your Daughter, Jennifer.. Your Grandson, Gage Scott
T C Bryant
Bill just wanted you to know what a great business partner but more importantly friend you've been. Man! you are going to be missed big time!!!
Debora Ponce de leon
I got so sad by hearing this sad news , bill was the funniest man I enjoy working with him for seven years in the auto insurance agency he loved making people laugh with his funny jokes bill always honored his mom every time she came to the office he was always happy to see her very respectful to he’s mom . May the LORD HONER THAT , he was a hard-working man he like he’s music alright lol and he loved to have everything in order bill will be missed , may God have him in his glory Rest In Peace
Bill, you've always been a great person. You will truly be miss, my prayers and condolences to the family
Bruce Jenn Annjenny & I bust out laughing everytime about that trench coat!!!😂😂 it don’t matter if it’ was hotter then Satan toe nails outside u were still gone put on the 🧥!! The family gone miss u so much most of all you being the life of the party that one dance u would do is turn around put one hand on the floor and bounce it or break dance took the cake everyone would just fall out with laughter I wish I could post the picture!!!!!!!!!😂😂😂 Everyone loved u for who you were.
Virginia Goodman Mother
My Son: I forgot to tell you something. Your daughter Jennifer decided to move you from Tampa to Fernandina Beach and hold services for you. She amazing job with getting all your certificates your degrees your honors discharge your pins she has ll your pictures flags she even went by the house and got your favorite suite and TRENCH COAT !!! LOL she also took one of your and put on the back porch. She did all this because of her LOVE FOR YOU and I know how deeply you love her and love mom.....
Oh, Bill...13yrs we spent together..we had our ups and downs,but love got us through ...this is tragic and heartbreaking..just remember, I , Jenna and Jessi truly loved you...I wish we'd been stronger...so many memories...good and bad...may you rest in peace...❤️
Deborah Biggs & Duke Lebold
Jenn, our thoughts and prayers are with you and Gage at this very sad time. You can take solace in knowing that your Daddy was loved and respected by many, many people. He also served our country honorably and was an amazing patriot! He is looking down at you right now and smiling at his beautiful baby girl!
Virginia Goodman Mother
My son although I cannot be with you at your service, you know I am with you in spirit. You will never know how deep my love goes for u and will always be there for you. After talking to all your friends son the same comment came up : He was a good man ," "He helped me" It made .e u h prouder to hear those comments. I watched grown men cry; oh how you were/are loved. Bill you remember Jesus said it's better to cry at birth & rejoyce at death? Well I can hear u ow telling me " mom rejoice I'm with Jesus REJOICE" Well son I m doing my best. I want to make you proud! We shall see each other again. Meanwhile I'll keep telling people about JESUS. I love and miss you.
Mary Ann draper aka. (DEIA)
The Bill that I knew, was a handsome intellectual and wonderful man that treated people with respect and love the Lord and Country may you rest in peace with the Honors that you have received in your life with all due respect thank you for your service
To my dearest friend (BEST FRIEND) I really don’t have much to say because words will never express how I feel’ I will always remember you for who you were and that was loving honest fun exciting fearfully and wonderfully made.. you have earned your stripes and respect I salute u always and forever with the up most respect last but not least I ❤️ YOU… 8732 WHAT IT DOOOO?? #InYourVoice#Salute
William Bruce Koenig
William Bruce Koenig, 59, received his angel wings at Tampa General Hospital at about 4 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 9, 2021.
He was born Oct. 6, 1962, in Charleston, W.Va., to Virginia Vickers Goodman and Joe Koenig.
He loved the outdoors and several sports. As a child, he played football, baseball, basketball, and participated on the swim, cross country and track teams. He graduated July 25, 1980, from Chamberlain High School in Tampa. As a teenager, he also built a 7-foot-tall ramp for skateboarding at Fishburne Military School in Waynesboro, Va., where he attended school, and he attended Staunton Military Academy in Staunton, Va.
He earned an associate degree in general studies from Central Texas College in 1986 and a Bachelor of Arts degree in business from the University of Maryland in July 1986. He signed up for the U.S. Army in the 1980s, and he was a proud airborne ranger in the 75th Ranger Regiment. He also loved his country and was patriotic. He left the Army before 1990.
He was predeceased by his father, Joe Koenig, and former wife, Yon Ok Tsay.
He is survived by his mother, Virginia Vickers Goodman; daughter, Jennifer Ok Koenig; grandson, Gage Mason Scott; a few uncles and aunts; and many friends.
A viewing will be 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 21, at Oxley-Heard Funeral Home with chapel service at noon. Our U.S. Army airborne ranger veteran will be laid to rest with military honors 1-1:30 p.m. at Hughes Cemetery, 29-1471 Oak St. in Yulee, Fla.
All veterans are welcomed to attend. This is a public service. Let’s honor our Army veteran. Close friends and the community are welcomed to attend.