William D. “Bill” Fellenbaum III
July 11, 1972 - March 26, 2023
It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of William D. “Bill” Fellenbaum III, a beloved father, grandfather, brother, uncle, and friend to many. Bill passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on Sunday, March 26, 2023, at the age of 50.
Born on July 11, 1972, in a small town in Pennsylvania, he was the son of the late William D. Fellenbaum, Jr. and Linda Jean (Killingsworth) Fregeau. Bill moved to Delaware at a very young age and developed a lifelong passion for fishing. He spent countless hours at ponds, lakes, and oceans casting his line and enjoying the serenity of nature. There was no time where Bill was happier than when he was fishing. He loved the serenity of the water and found peace in his hobby.
Another love in Bill’s life was the Pittsburgh Steelers. He never missed a game and was always proud to wear his black and gold. You would often find him cheering for them on Sundays during the football season. Bill’s proudest accomplishment was being a father to his daughter and a grandfather to his beloved grandson, even though he rarely got to spend time with them. He didn’t hesitate to show pictures of his Grandson with a huge smile on his face.
Bill is survived by his daughter, Kayla Marthers; grandson, Wyatt Marthers (both from NC); siblings, Michael Fellenbaum, Heather Kearney, James Layton; stepmother, Karen Comp; fiancée of many years, Lynne Ellis; and many nieces and nephews.
A private family service will be held to honor Bill’s life and legacy.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Bill’s memory to the Delaware Humane Association, as he was also a lifelong animal lover, 701 A Street, Wilmington, DE 19801 or online by clicking here.
Rest in peace, Bill. You will be forever missed and always remembered.
12 Condolences for William D. “Bill” Fellenbaum III
You will be missed 💔
So sorry for for your loss. Geri and Kristen Snover.
You are in heaven with the angels now my friend. I will always remembers the crazy nights and fun times we shared. May God bless your family and loved ones! Rest easy brother!
I am so sorry for the loss of Bill. He was a really great guy. I will always remember all the help. He gave me and Jessica‘s when we moved in the apartment and after. Love you girl keep your head on right I’m here if you need me. Marlene and Bob, send our condolences. Also, if you need anything just call you know my number love you.
May your soul find rest and eternity.
Billy was a big guy with a big ole heart and a laugh that is unforgettable. He’ll be missed by many. Sending prayers for all the family during this time. 🙏🏼
Wow I am just so sorry and shocked at the same time I grew up with Billy and his brother Mike of course he hung out with my brother. I am so sad. Billy was this big old teddy bear with a beautiful smile that would light up any room so full of life a great and wonderful person with a big HEART!!!! He is gonna be truly missed I love you Billy. God Bless you and may you rest in peace my friend.
Kayla, I am sorry for your loss. Prayers for peace and comfort.
So sorry a lot of memories we shared growing up I love you bro
The last couple months weren’t the best but that doesn’t mean I didn’t love ya! You will be missed. Rest In Peace William.
Wish you could have made that fishing trip this year that we were planning bro. I’ll cast my first line for you when I go & I know I’m going to catch a whopper as we used to say! Rest in peace brother.
May you Rest In Peace Big Bill. I know you’re now flying with the Angels brother. I will miss you my friend.