Billy Gene Buckley

May 17, 1946 - April 19, 2019

Billy Gene Buckley, age 72 of Romney, died at home on Friday, April 19, 2019.  He is preceded in death by his parents, Olen M. Buckley and Estella Elizabeth (Ganoe)Buckley.

Billy is survived by his son, Adam T. Buckley of Texas; his brother, Irvin L. (wife Silvia) Buckley, Jr. of Romney;  his sister, Katy (husband Max) Keister of Springfield; (3) nieces, Beverly (husband Lee) Fincham of Romney, Christal (husband Josh) Runion of Petersburg, and Karen Buckley of Georgia; (2) nephews, William (wife Tracy) of Shanks and Hank (wife Tina) Keister of Woodstock, VA; and a special furry friend, Sarge.  Billy is also survived by numerous cousins and friends.

Billy was born in Romney and attended Hampshire County Schools, moving to Baltimore as a teenager where he graduated from High School in 1964.  Billy worked at various jobs before finding his niche in trucking.  He was his own boss and owned “B&B Trucking” from which he retired from after traveling many miles.  Billy was pretty serious about most things and enjoyed being the one making the decisions.  He worked hard and long hours, and when time permitted, he enjoyed trout fishing, TV and in earlier times he was into motorcycles.  He was a regular at the Mt. Top Truck
Stop and had many friends there who, along with his family, will dearly miss him.

A memorial for Billy will be held at a later date.

In honor of Billy, the family asks that memorial contributions be made to your favorite charitable animal organization.

Please direct inquires to Shaffer Funeral Home, 304.822.3511


Carter Wagoner April 23, 2019

2 condolences for “Billy Gene Buckley”

  1. To the family,

    My sincere sympathies for the loss of your dear loved one. Losing someone that means so much to you is very hard, but please know that God promises to comfort and sustain you especially during the days to come (2 Corinthians 1:3,4, Psalm 46:1). May you also cherish the memories you shared together as they too can be a source of comfort.

  2. I can remember you riding your motorcycle around Dundalk as a kid. You will be missed.

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