Billy O'Neil Carver

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Billy O'Neil Carver, 61, of Monte Vista Rd., Candler, died on Friday, August 14, 2009, at the John F. Keever Hospice Solace Center. A native of Haywood Co., Mr. Carver was a son of the late Jesse Homer and Frances Hannah Carver. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Judy Louise Carver, who died in 2001. Mr. Carver had worked as a truck driver for Peak Energy. He is survived by daughter, Angela Holloway and husband Robert, of Candler; sisters, Margaret Lindsey, of Fletcher, and Pat Banks and husband Glenn, of Asheville; brother, Robert Carver and wife Shirley, of Dallas, NC; grandchildren, William, Charles, Elizabeth, and Casey Holloway, and Christopher, Regina, Miranda, and Melissa Banks; and great-granddaughter, Kayleigh Beck. A memorial service will be at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday at Victory Baptist Church, Black Mountain, with the Rev. Kevin McClure officiating. Interment will follow at Beaverdam Freewill Baptist Church. His family will be receiving friends at the home of Pete and Diane Stamey, 520 Old 19-23. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, 120 Executive Park #1, Asheville, NC 28801.

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  1. Dear Carver Family,
    It was indeed my pleasure to be associated with Billy thru Felkel Oil Co. He was always a joy to talk to and he smiled everyday when he came into our office. He always had a kind word for all. We will miss him as I know you already do. God bless each of you as he carries you thru this valley.

    Prayers & Blessings,

    Sheila Walden

  2. Family of Bill….
    I worked part time @ the oil company with Myra and Bill was such a special man. His love & caring for his wife was priceless. I am thankful I knew him, God be with you @ this time of sorrow…

  3. To Bill’s Family:

    Bill and I worked together for several years at Peak Energy and I came to know a very special individual. Behind Bill’s gruff exterior was a heart of gold and a work ethic that I came to admire very quickly. An earlier comment mentions his care for his wife. I came too late to know her or his time with and care for her, but the stories told were of incredible devotion. We were all devastated by the news of his illness and by watching his heroic battle. We will miss him greatly. A good man lost way too soon.

  4. Angie and Carver family,
    There is no words that can come close to explain feelings that was shared between Mr. Bill and myself. Me and Bill had a lot of fun times at the oil company and I will hold onto them forever. My heart is broken that I will never get to talk to him again but my heart also rejoices for the reward he has now entered into. What a fight he fought, Mr Bill I Love you dearly.
    Carver family my thoughts are with you guys and I love each and everyone of you.
    Myra aka Morris

  5. Mr. Carver used to deliver our oil to us. He was always so nice and pleasant to talk to.I am deeply sorry for your loss,but just rest assured he is in a much better place.
    Our thoughts and prayers
    go out to the Carver
    The Browns

  6. Daddy you are my Hero and i love you and miss you so much being with out you takes alot of getting used too they say you leaarn to live with it but i dont want are my heart and soul good bye daddy… love your Angel

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