December 27th, 1933 - May 27th, 2020
Stillman Orace Young, age 86 of Hamilton, passed away on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, at Hospice of Hamilton. He was born in Upshur County, West Virginia, on December 27, 1933, the son of the late Sidney and Carrie Davidson Young. On December 23, 1987, Bud married his wife of over 32 years, Juanita Reist. Bud was a US Navy Veteran on the USS Wisconsin. He worked for Pillsbury for over 15 years and retired from Beckett Paper after 17 years. Bud loved golfing, hanging out with his family, hunting and spending time at his cabin in West Virginia, caring for his yard, and cheering on his grandchildren at their sporting events.
Bud is survived by his devoted wife, Juanita; sister, Sheila (Mark) Cogar; son, Ed (Roy Yoshimatsu) Young; daughter, Kathy (Steve) Duckworth;stepson-in-law, Rick Wertz; stepdaughter-in-law, Kathy Booher; grandchildren, Joe (Nikki) Duckworth, Aaron (Stacey) Duckworth, Jennifer (Joe) Sackenheim, Christine (Herminio) Carrasquillo, Stephanie (Heidi) Jorgensen, Tyler Wertz, Julie (Chris) Hobbs, Patrick (Kristin) Reist; and 16 great grandchildren. In addition to his parents, Bud was preceded in death by his three brothers, George, Jack and John and two sisters, Gladys and Kay, all of West Virginia; stepdaughter, Cindy Wertz and stepson, Gary Reist.
Jim & Nancy Brunner
|Sorry for your loss Juanita. I really enjoyed working with Bud at Beckett's. Nancy also loved seeing you at the dental office. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.|
Kimberly Tarzia ( Young)
|Sorry for your loss Juanita and family. Prayers coming your way God Bless. My Uncle Bud was the best he loved to tell story's about him and his brothers and sisters he loved hunting with his brothers in Wva and family reunions was the best because we have a great time when we all get together. Love you all so much Kimmie|
Linda A. Brashear
I’m so sorry for the loss of your husband Juanita. You have my deepest sympathy. I’m sending love and prayers
Ron and Dee Young
|There are many memories to share and keep alive celebrating your life Uncle Bud. I am sure that over the past few days and for years to come they are and will be shared. Our thoughts and prayers to your family. I share this verse that has always helped me at these times in our lives, "Go now in peace faithful friend of God, as you take your love into paradise. God's holy angels will lead you home, to the wide, waiting arms of the Lord." Amen|
Rosie Sandragorsian and Saty McDaniel
|Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this very difficult time.|
Will and Lisa Phillips
|Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Have so many wonderful memories of you Uncle Bud. The cabin and of turkey hunting with your brothers. Young Family reunions. You will always be in our hearts and mind. Sending our love and prayers to you all.|