Bill E. Poynor

KEENE — Bill E. Poynor passed away peacefully Thursday, June 25, 2015, at the age of 92.
Graveside service: 10 a.m. Wednesday in Laurel Land Memorial Park. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Brown Owens & Brumley Family Funeral Home.
Bill served in the U.S. Army during World War II, fighting in both France and Germany. Over the course of his life, he was a Mason, served as president of the Burleson Mounties Riding Club, and worked for Lockheed Martin for 39 years.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Hardee and Pearl Poynor; wife of 70 years, Pauline Poynor; brother, Preston; and sister, Jewel.
Survivors: Daughter, June Greer and husband, Don; grandchildren, Dana Spoonemore and husband, Kurt, and Kim Goff and husband, Mike; great-grandchildren, Kevin, Sam, Hayley and Hanna; and many friends.

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#1 Comment By Colleen ( Bell) Gann On June 29, 2015 @ 3:23 pm

Dear June, Don, Dana Kay, and Kim- there will never be a finer man than Bill. Loved him dearly and know he will be missed and he is in Heaven dancing with Pauline! .
My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time of sorrow. Love you guys so very much, Colleen ( Bell ) Gann

#2 Comment By Katrina Bell On June 29, 2015 @ 9:14 pm

Heaven has gained another fine cowboy. Bill always had a quick wit about him, a good story to tell and a twinkle in his eye. He loved his family so much and I know he is happy to be with Pauline again. I’m gonna miss you alot……til I see you again, Bill.

#3 Comment By Jack Schooley On December 13, 2015 @ 11:13 am

Dear June and family,

I am so sorry about your dad’s passing. I had tried for several months to contact you to see how he was but was never successful. Bill was one of a kind and I admired and respected him more than most people I know. The world is a lesser place without him. I have miles of memories about Bill. Such a great role model and a heart of gold. He and Polly are tearin’ up that heavenly dance floor I’d bet. I love you Bill.