William J McLean

william mclean
William John McLean “Bill” of Danville KY, (for the past year and a half,) formerly of Levittown PA, died Friday April 5, 2019, due to complications from a severe heart attack suffered on March 30, 2019. Bill was 55 years old, and a 1981 Graduate of Neshaminy Maple Point High School. Bill was a devoted son, husband, father, brother, grandfather, and friend to many. Bill loved coaching children\'s softball, telling stories of his past, making people laugh, and an extreme animal lover. Always willing to put himself out there to those in need. He started his career in the US Navy, as an Electronics Technician. After serving six years on a Destroyer, he was honorably discharged and ready to take on the world, working 32 years as a Nuclear Medicine Engineer & Imaging Specialist. Bill was regarded as one of the best in his field. Born May 9, 1963 to Evelyn (Earl) McLean “Lynn” and the late John William Mclean. He is survived by his wife Carin Sue (Jimerson) Mclean for which he was married to for 33 years. Three children, Jennifer McLean and Fiancée Sean Cornine, of Bristol Pa, Andrea McLean of Levittown Pa, and John McLean of Danville KY. Also Kevin Wombacher of Morrisville Pa, whom Bill and Carin loved and cared for like their own son. One granddaughter, Addyson Cornine whom he cherished, and another on the way with Andrea McLean and Jaime Gonzalez. Bill is also survived by his Mother, of Fort Pierce FL, three siblings, Michael McLean, (Jo Ann) of Danville KY, Karen McLean of Langhorne PA, and George McLean of Levittown PA. Four nieces, Mariah and Luke King, and Madison McLean of KY, and Kristina and Alyssa McLean of Langhorne. Mother and Father-in law MaryAnn and Ed Jimerson, sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law Joanne and Tim McDade, Edward and Pamela Jimerson Jr, and nephew Anthony Jimerson. Not forgetting the many friends, Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins. Two remembrance services are to be held. The first service will be near his new hometown of Danville, KY, on Saturday April 13, 2019 at 11a.m. at Lancaster UMC, 200 Stanford Street, Lancaster KY 40444. The PA service time and location TBD, but tentatively late May early June. In lieu of flowers please make donations to the American Heart Association or the Humane Society or to an education fund which will be created for Bill’s 13-year-old son, John. Memorial Service:  11 a.m.,  Saturday,  April 13, 2019 Lancaster United Methodist Church

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  1. I am so sorry for the sudden loss of your terrific and devoted family man. I served with him in the Air National Guard and know the obituary is absolutely right – he would talk with anyone and he loved everyone, especially his family. My deepest condolences to all of you.

  2. I knew Bill since age 11 when I moved next to door him. He was always a wonderful caring person. My heart breaks for his family that he has been taken so early. I always remember the fun times we had growing up playing street hockey and manhunt. You will be missed my friend.

  3. Carin, Jenn, Andy and John there are really no words to express how very sorry we are for your loss. We hope that memories of Bill’s love for you all, his great story telling and his sense of humor will see you through this very difficult time. Love to you all.

  4. I worked with Bill at Inspira. There was never a time when Bill passed me in the hall, came into Radiology or saw me in the cafeteria when he didn’t say hello or even ask how I was doing! He loved his job and took such pride in his work! He was truly a great guy and never went without a smile or pleasant conversation. I was sad when he was leaving but he made an appoint to say bye when it was his last day. He kept in touch briefly after moving and couldn’t wait til the family moved down. I was so happy for the opportunity he got with a new job in Kentucky. I am deeply saddened by the news of Bill’s passing! Please know I am truly praying for you all and wish that I could be there for his service! May God comfort you during this time and know that he truly touched the lives of people who knew him! God bless and I am so so very sorry for this loss!!!!!

  5. My deepest sympathies and condolences go out to Bill\’s family. The Bill I first knew was in our early 20s serving aboard a Navy Destroyer and even though we lost touch for 25 years, I am grateful we\’ve connected and shared memories for the past decade. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. He will be missed.

  6. Dear Carin and family, My heart goes out to you all for the loss of your husband and father. It seems like he touched and effected a lot of people. What a wonderful testament to him. My prayers are with you all.

  7. We are truly saddened to hear of Bill’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Bill will surely be missed, he was so kind and friendly. May he rest with the angels and protect you all.

  8. I had the privilege of serving with Bill on the USS Comte de Grasse a lifetime ago. Although we hadn\’t seen each other in many years, I was grateful to be able to reconnect with him on Facebook. Bill was an outstanding sailor and was well liked and respected by all of us who knew him. I am so sorry for his loss. You are relieved Bill. We have the watch. Fair winds, shipmate

  9. Dear Carin and Family, we bumped into someone today here in Levittown and were given the stunning and heart-wrenching news of Bill\’s passing. There are no words. The memories we have of our adventures to your home in Norfolk, and then to Annville, and finally, in Levittown, will always remain and be cherished. Like the day we came to visit in Norfolk and we all went to play tag football and left the meat in the soy marinade too long! Saltier than the Atlantic itself! But of course, always the Navy gentleman, Bill razzed us a little, but he ate every morsel. We will always remember that so vividly. But more importantly, we will remember the love you shared as we were privileged to bear witness to your courtship, your wedding day, and the building of your lives together with your beautiful children and grandchildren. We are praying so hard for all of you. We will wait to hear about the services in Levittown. Please…. whatever you need…. All our love, Theresa and Bob

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