We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Armstrong Funeral Home
Michael Charles Wills, 71 of Arnett, WV left this Earth to be with the Lord on May 28, 2022 after a long battle with Leukemia. Michael was a Christian, Loving Husband, Father, Grandfather and Great Grandfather. Michael lived and enjoyed the simple things in life, an outdoorsman who always looked forward to spending time with his boys in the woods or on the river. He enjoyed working in his garage on anything with wheels and was a collector of hot wheels. Michael was born in Arnett on January 20, 1951, he is the son of the late Joe R. Wills, Sr. and Helen Lucas Wills. Michael was preceded in death by his step mother, Theda J. White Wills; father-in-law, George Krall; mother-n-law Mary Krall and brother Joe R. Wills Jr. (Sandy) and Joey L. Wills.Those left to cherish his memory include his wife of 45 years, Dorothy M. Wills.Children; Michael G. Krall (Buffy) of Keedysville, MD, Starlight C. Baker of AR, Michael J. Wills of Arnett, WV, Jassawa C. Wills of Arnett, WV, Joe R. Wills (Lisa) of Australia, Pammy Wills of OH and Dana Wills of OH. Grandchildren; Robert E. Alderman of Fairmont, WV, Zachary T. Krall of Martinsburg, WV, Breanna H. Krall of Martinsburg, WV, Cadence P. Krall of Keedysville, MD, Kain and Jade Baker of AR, Izabella Wills of Australia, Crystal A. Wills of Arnett, WV, Jasmine, Yazeed, Lana, Iman Al-Refaei , Jamil Hadad, and Alexis Veverka of OH.Great Grand Children; Tuesday Baker of AR. Sister; Joetta Withrow of Hedgesville, WV. Brothers; Steve Wills (Juanita) of Arnett, WV, David Gregory Wills of Quincy, MA and Vanden Wills (Denise) of Jacksonville, FL. All are invited to attend Michael’s viewing on June 2, 2022, from 2:00 – 4:00pm at the Arnett Chapel located at 4472 Coal River Rd, Arnett, WV 25007. The viewing will be followed by a short service with Rev. Earl Cooper officiating and a gathering of family and friends in the back of the chapel for food and fellowship. Michael’s wishes were to be cremated and laid to rest beside his parents.
The day the Lord called you home A part of us went with you So you didn’t leave alone. It broke our hearts to lose you We didn’t want to see you go I hope you knew we loved you More than you will ever know. Heaven must be so beautiful He always takes the best He knew that you were tired So he lifted you to rest. Your pain and suffering is over No more will it be known We celebrate your new life As you worship by God’s Throne.
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