October 18, 2018

Mr. William “Bill” Ellis

William-Ellis-1438616463 (1)Mr. William Franklin Ellis (Bill), 65, of Roopville, Georgia, passed away peacefully August 2, 2015 after a lengthy battle with cancer.

William Ellis was born September 7, 1949 in Douglasville, Georgia to the late Thomas Glen (T.G.) Ellis, and Myrtle Ruth Ellis (Thomas).

He was a hard worker, and was an incredible mechanic, retiring from Blossman Gas in 2010. He was also very giving, and loving, as he was well renowned for helping anyone, from family to a stranger without asking for anything in return.

In addition to his parents, Mr. Ellis was preceded in passing by his sister, Annie Compton, and former wife, and mother to his only child, Sarah Beth Ellis, from Kansas City, Missouri, along with two brothers, Thomas Glen Ellis, Jr. and Jackie Glenn Ellis, who passed in infancy.

Survivors include, son, Grady Ellis, of Carrollton, Georgia; Sisters, Barbara (Ellis) Jones of Carrollton, Georgia, Diane Osborne of Franklin, Georgia, RoseMary Ellis of Carrollton, Georgia; brothers, Fred (Gale) Ellis, of Mableton, Georgia, Rocky (Risa) Ellis, of Carrollton, along with a special niece, Heather Cross, of Carrollton, Georgia, and very many nieces and nephews, whom he all loved and adored.

He will always be remembered lovingly and deeply missed by all. Mr. Ellis will be cremated, and a Memorial will be announced at a later date.

Messages of condolence may be sent to the family at www.jones-wynn.com.

Jones-Wynn Funeral Home, Inc. and Cremation Services of Villa Rica in charge of arrangements.

 

Comments

  1. Blossman Gas & Appliance says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with the family! Buchanan – Blossman Gas

  2. Sam Nelson says:

    All of us who knew Bill will miss him. He was one of the smartest people you’ll ever meet and could figure out just about anything mechanical.

    Stuart Weidie
    President, Blossman Gas

  3. Henry Bodie says:

    Bill Ellis was a good propane man. He knew how to fix everything. If Bill could not make it work it was not broken.

  4. Dexter Stanley--- Gainesville Ga. 30501 says:

    Bill Ellis was one of those people that when you met him you would soon realize you had a friend. Bill was always ready to help what ever the need was. He would make you feel like what ever you needed was the most important thing he could do for the day. I will never forget Mr. Bill Ellis (Wild Bill From Roopville)

  5. Buck Stanley says:

    I really will miss wild Bill he was one of a kind. Like Henry said if he could not fix it it was not broken.

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