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William Krick

William Donald Krick

Sunday July 18, 1943 - Saturday April 4, 2020
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William “Bill” Krick, 76, of Zionsville, was called home to be with our Lord on April 4, 2020. He served as a Corporal in the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. He traveled across the United States during his time as a truck driver. He could give you directions to any place you wanted to go and where to get a good cup of coffee along the way. If you couldn’t find him on the road he was usually under a car or fixing something. Many will remember him as the owner of Upper Milford Auto Repair. He was a hard worker that could never sit still. Always quick to make you smile and laugh. He has always been described as a good man with a kind soul.

He is survived by his “Cowgirl” which whom he celebrated his 50th wedding anniversary, his wife Paulette (Mumbauer) Krick. Bill and Paulette’s happiest times were spent in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. He is also survived by his daughter Stacy (Krick) Smith and her children: Kate and Mason; brother in law, David J. Warren; stepdaughter, Donna (Slemmer) Long and her children; sister, Louise Seiden, brother, Robert Krick; and his beloved dog, Pita. He was met on the rainbow bridge by his best pal, Pee-Wee. He will truly be missed by the lives he has touched. “Rest in peace my Cowboy”.

There will be a gravesite memorial where he will be honored by the United States Marine Corps at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Falk Funeral Homes & Crematory, Pennsburg, 163 Main St., Pennsburg PA 18073. To offer online condolences, visit his “Book of Memories” at falkfuneralhomes.com.
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Jolene Wentz

Posted at 10:50pm
Uncle Bill,
My world stopped and my breath paused so long I barely caught it back as my dad asked me two months ago if I had heard and then everything shattered. I know Great Aunt Berta was waiting with the others who love you as you left those who love you here. My two most favorite people... gone. I read just now Aunt Paulette’s words and she’s right, there were so many things even those who knew you didn’t know about you but anyone who met you will always remember your soft spoken voice, that chuckling one of a kind laugh... I could run a list for days. Rocky still has that drawing you did way back when. And the water fight you took the rough end of at your’s & Diane’s birthday party back when the locks weren’t so gray still makes me smile. But our last real good conversation, just you and me... my stars I needed to hear what you said that day my whole life and I didn’t get the chance to thank you. So I’m saying it now, you made all of the anger and hurt go away that day if you only knew. I wish you could have known just how proud I am to be your niece and just how important you were and still are to me and in my life. I was pretty lost until that talk. I love you so much, thank you... it might not have seemed like much to you but it meant everything to me. I’m not ready to go just yet but when I do??? I’ll be looking forward to saying hello to my Alien, Aunt Berta & my favorite uncle EEEVVVERR! XO, Jolene

Aunt Paulette, I’m sorry this is so late. In all honesty my entire life was hacked so I don’t have communication with anyone anymore so I only just found out and I am still trying to swallow this one. It’s even harder than Aunt Berta. I’m so sorry, not just losing Uncle Bill but everything. I was pretty harsh. I was an angry kid. Rightfully so but to blast like I did... it wasn’t ok.

Stacy, Girl I am still stunned. The two I thought would live forever because they are just epic and truly golden, no platinum, people. I KNOW your loss is... is... I can’t even put it into words actually. Daddy’s girl is all I can say and it says it all. Doesn’t matter distance or time spans, I love you lady. If you ever have an incling to catch up with your cousin, I haven’t drifted off just yet. And I’m close by. Your dad leaving kind of hit a nerve, every nerve actually that crippled my wings in a couple of ways, one having stated already and the other is dad & mom. They aren’t getting any younger or healthier.

To the rest of my family? We all took a hard hit this time and my thoughts and prayers, though delayed, are with ALL of you. Love, Jolene


Posted at 06:49pm
so many more things about Bill that could be said.People have no idea about him. he was a great artist.. He played guitar,
played harmonica, wrote and sang music.he loved music.his favorites where Elvis ,and Johnny cash,only to name a few.
He loved his coffee at the Trivet and the guys at the counter. He loved Jakes and always found a matchbox car to add to his collection. He had 7 grandchildren,trish,tara,theresa,keith ,amanda,kate,and mason. he also had 12 great grandchildren.


Gloria Morgan

Posted at 07:52pm
May god bless you and your family in this time of sorrow!!
Gloria Morgan

Dean Mohr

Posted at 08:36am
Paulette, I'm so sorry to hear of your loss.
-Dean Mohr

Marie Toth

Posted at 01:44pm
Still in so much disbelief. A man with a great heart, loving, laughing, joking, teasing about my 57 Chevy. Our dinners together, little lunches, quick snacks when we could get together. Was never a dull moment. A man that really appreciated his Marines and his live as an American. His loving pets that he spoiled and helped anyone who needed help when he could. Our time together no matter what will never be forgotten, but missed. You were loved by so many and appreciated. I know you will watch over Paulette and you dog from above, continue to give them strength & love as you have here on earth.

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