Levister W. “Billy Boy” “Bill” Morehead
Levister W. “Billy Boy” “Bill” Morehead, age 77, of Newark, DE, passed away on Saturday, March 11, 2023.
Born in Mt. Vernon, NY, in 1945, he was the son of the late Calvin and Lillie Bell (Kitchings). Known to his family and friends as Billy Boy or Bill, he graduated from Mt. Vernon High School in 1963.
Bill was an avid New York Yankees and Dallas Cowboys fan. He also enjoyed his outdoor hobbies including hunting, fishing and the occasional round of golf. Bill worked in several production factories and security jobs in Delaware before finally retiring from the Christina School District as a Para-Teacher.
In addition to his parents Bill was preceded in death by his siblings, Calvin, Barbara, Willie Mae and Mammie. Bill will be dearly missed by his wife of 45 years, Brigitte; children, Janine (Stephen) and Levister Jr.; sister, Grace; grandchildren to whom he was affectionately known as “Pops”, Isabella, Kaeleb, Lilah, Levister III, Leila, Ellen; his first great granddaughter, Olivia; uncle, Hazel (Doris); sister-in-law, Tina; brother-in-law, Joe; and a host of extended family, friends and neighbors.
A visitation for family and friends will be held from 10 am until 11 am on Saturday, April 15, 2023, at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 275 East Main Street, Middletown, DE, where a memorial service will begin at 11 am.
3 Condolences for Levister W. “Billy Boy” “Bill” Morehead
Betty Kitchings Cheatham
To Brigitte, Janine, Levister Jr., Grace, the Morehead family and friends. We were saddened to hear about the transition of our Billy Boy because of his friendly, happy and loving ways. We will deeply miss him. Betty, Johnny(Denise), Peaches, Levi and family. Much Love, your Cousins from DC, MD and VA.
I am sorry to hear of your loss.
My condolences to all of the family
John H. Kitchings, Esquire
My condolences are sent to Brigitte, Janine, Grace, and all of the bereaved family. I’ve always told Billy Boy that: “You think that you are my father, but you are at least my Big Brother”. I will always remember our trips all over the country to sporting events and to the city of New Orleans. I also appreciate all of the advice and all of the fatherly guidance that you have always provided to me. I will miss you forever, but I’ve learned in this life that we must always “accept God’s will.” I love you man! Until we meet again, rest in power because that’s all that you know. Kisses!