Billy L. "Bill" Ledgerwood Jr.
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Billy "Bill" L. Ledgerwood, Jr., 77, of Augusta, KS, passed away Monday, March 22, 2021. Bill was born in Winfield, KS on June 11, 1943, to Barbara Joan (Brown) and Billy L. Ledgerwood, Sr. He taught Social Studies for nine years in Denver and Evergreen, CO, and Augusta, KS. He was a business owner for over 40 years specializing in RV's. He enjoyed sports, fishing, and delivering a good joke. On March 14, 1964 he married Janelle Irene (Wulf) in Cheney, KS who survives him. He is also survived by: sons, Darren Ledgerwood (Paula Webster), and David Ledgerwood (Sally); daughter, Deann Kinsch (Shane); grandchildren, Tristen Niblett (Josh), Alysia, Darryk, and Davyd Ledgerwood, Reid Ledgerwood (Ashten), Hunter Ledgerwood (Katelynn), Natalie Drake (Logan), Corbin and Carson Kinsch; great-grandchildren, Kaden Hall, Bosten, Emma, Landen, and Savana Niblett, Oliver Ledgerwood; mother, Barbara Joan Ledgerwood; sister, Julie McCallister (Scott). He was preceded in death by: father, Billy L. Ledgerwood, Sr.; sister, Nancy Sperry.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to First Christian Church, 1600 State St., Augusta, KS 67010, or New Generation Children's Learning Center at First Christian Church.

A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, April 17, 2021 at First Christian Church, Augusta, KS. Inurnment will be at Cambridge Cemetery, Cambridge, KS.

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Published in Pine River Times on Mar. 30, 2021.
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March 31, 2021
Done some business with him and darren got 2 new campers from him he always went out of his way to get me financing they had a great dealership r I p my friend
Henry harvey jr
March 29, 2021
Bill will be missed greatly. I will always remember how nice he was to me when my dad worked for him. Rest in peace sir and prayers for comfort for the family.
Kristan Cox
March 27, 2021
Get it done kinda man from good family. Lit up the room!! Saddens both Rita and I. Chased lots of foul balls with the pack at town team ball games. Great memories.
Alan Smith
March 26, 2021
As a classmate from Cheney high, Bill was a natural leader ,Who , has a football quarterback, lead us to victory against our neighboring rival. Peace to his family
Gordon Butch Woolf
March 25, 2021
Rest in peace Bill
Stan Williamson
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