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Willie Bell Addison

March 14, 1944 — March 22, 2024


Willie Bell Addison, 80 of Bucyrus passed away on Friday March 22, 2024 at Signature of Galion.  Willie was born March 14, 1944 in Cookeville, TN to the late Veston and Birtie (Rogers) Stout.  She was also preceded in death by children Johnnie Ray, Ronda, and Jeff and former husbands, Roger Morgan, Buddy Adkins, and John Addison as well as 1 stillborn brother Faith.

Willie is survived by children Debbie (Jim) Mayes of Bucyrus, Roy (Kimberly) Addison of Bucyrus, and Todd (Annette) Adkins of Ashville, NC; grandchildren Brock (Alicia) Mayes, Kelsie (Bryce) Pfleiderer, Josh (Ashley) Morgan, Chris (Brittany) Morgan, Macey (Matt) Cotter, J.R. (Stevi) Addison, Nikki, Todd Jr., Jake, and Colton Adkins; great grandchildren Bristin, Breez, Crew, Case, Chyler, Oaklynn, Royce, Emmett, Zoie, Chloe, J.T., Wila, Lily, Jose, and Jaidyn. 

Roger Sturgeon was her special friend and they enjoyed spending time together.  Other special people in Willie’s life were Patty Wittington, her special niece, and cousin Shirley Pfleider, who was more like a sister.  Willie had a large extended family as well as her furry friend “Pappy”.

Willie lived nearly her entire life in Bucyrus and worked over 20 years at Liquibox in Upper Sandusky and worked at the Bucyrus YMCA front desk for several years.  She was a member of the Bucyrus Nazarene Church.

Willie worked hard to achieve her real estate license, being one of the first woman agents in Crawford County.  She worked for several agencies with ARK Realty being where she retired.  ARK Realty treated her like family.

Willie had numerous hobbies which included quilting, embroidering and crocheting.  She had a keen eye for design and color.  Willie was an excellent cook and often put you on the spot asking, “how does that taste?” which you knew always to reply, “yours is the best”.  She enjoyed trips to the beach, anywhere there was water, and going to Gatlinburg.  Watching movies and swinging on the porch were favorite pastimes which was extra special when her grandkids were there.  

Willie was very witty with one liners and loved laughter, hers was contagious.  Her memory of others and events was incredible.

Most of all Willie had a special bond with each of her family.  She loved family get togethers to listen and watch everyone.

Funeral Services will be held on Thursday at 11:00 am in the Munz-Pirnstill Funeral Home with Rev. Ray LaSalle officiating and burial to follow in Crawford County Memory Gardens.  The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Wednesday from 4:00 pm until 7:00 pm.  The family suggest memorials be made to the Bucyrus Nazarene Church or St. Jude’s Childrens Hospital and expressions of sympathy can be left at The family would like to thank signature care of Galion and Hospice Comfort Care Associates for their excellent care.

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