William John Meese

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William John Meese of McLean, Virginia died on Monday, October 11, 2010 at Arleigh Burke Pavilion. He was the husband of the late Jessie Opal Meese; father of John Meese, Sr. of Knoxville, TN and Nancy Convy of Vienna, VA; grandfather of John Meese, Jr, Melenda Meese, Jennifer Meese, Heather Vliestra, Belinda Packer, William Meese, Allison Convy and Timothy Convy; great grandfather of Ava, Grant, Ali and Jack and brother of Carol Meese, Marge Krouse and the late Robert Meese.

Family suggests that Memorial Contributions be made to the National Kidney Foundation, 5335 Wisconsin Ave., NW Ste 300, Washington D.C., 20015.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Our memories of Bill are very precious. He was quiet at times and very laid back but he also could make you laugh. He and Jessie were a part of our family. They were there as our children grew up. They made it to all of Will and Kate’s special events even driving to New York for Kate’s first communion. We will remember him fondly and I can still picture him sitting by the villa or the pool in the Bahamas. We will miss you Bill.

  2. Bill and I met riding buses between NBS and Chillum heights Md. in the fall of 1951. We both worked in the Industrial Bldg. We introduced our families to each other Jessie and John 1yr old and Mary, Don 1yr old and Louise 1mo. at most. Welater carpooled together and went places together. The next year we moved to Chillum Heights Md living about two blocks apart. We carpooled, bought new cars, a vacationed together with our families, eventually buying houses next door to each other in 1956. We coontinued a lifetime of vactioning together and seperately the rest of our lies. My son Rick who still lives with me was born December 1966. We will both miss Bill and Jessie as well as my wife Mary who died July 29, 2008. We will also miss them when we go to the Bahamas where we vacationed together over 20 yrs. His children and grandchildren ar almost like the wer mine and Mary,s

  3. There are always people in your life that you immediately feel comfortable around. People that make you feel safe and comforted. Bill was always one these people for me. I know he lost his mother at an early age in life. My theory is that he became a mother to everyone else in his life after this. Thank you, Bill, for teaching me how to care. We will miss you! Love the Kaminski-Willard’s

  4. My first cousin Bill Meese and his wife Jessie mean’t a lot to me over the years. Although a continent away, I thoroughly enjoyed my visits to them peroidically throughout the years. My parents and grandparents had a very close relationship with him even prior to the time his mother Helen died at age 32 leaving Bill (age 6 or 7 at the time) and his younger siblings in my grandparent’s care for a year; my mother helped care for them, thoroughly enjoying it, and thereafter always felt so close to Bill and his devoted wife Jessie who did so much to enhance family relationships.

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