William Wallace Aycock, Jr., of Elgin, SC passed away in Columbia, SC on Friday, April 7, 2023.
Bill was born in Greenville, NC to William Wallace Aycock and Lillian Mullen Aycock on June 29, 1937.
He attended Fayetteville High School where he was a multi-sport athlete. Following high school, he attended Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC on a football scholarship. In 1961, he graduated from Wake Forest University School of Law. He served in the US Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps from 1961-1963 before moving to Tarboro, NC where he practiced law for 31 years. He continued his law practice in Fayetteville, NC in 1994, before retiring to Holden Beach, NC and Elgin, SC. After retiring from the full-time practice of law, he continued to work as a court mediator and a consultant for others in the area. He loved living in Holden Beach, where he was a member of Holden Beach Chapel. A music lover, Bill always praised the talents of the Chapel Choir and was also a member of the finance committee. He enjoyed spending time with his family and, upon moving to Elgin, SC, he especially loved chauffeuring his 2 grandchildren to and from school. He was an avid sports fan, but golf was his passion.
He leaves behind his wife of more than 20 years, Donna Webb Aycock; his children, Anna Chilton (Donnie), Will Aycock (Anna Ryals), stepdaughter Amy Harrell Kiefer (Ron); grandchildren, Lindsey Ann Chilton, William Patrick Chilton (Heather), Reagan William Kiefer, and Alexander Wilson Kiefer; great grandchild, Jakoby Ansley. He also leaves behind his sister, Priscilla Aycock Blum (Jim); brothers–in-law Milton Webb, Jr. (Connie), & Daniel Webb, & sister-in-law Deborah Webb Sharpe (Larry).
There will be a memorial service held on Saturday, April 15, 2023 at 2:00pm at Macclesfield First Christian Church, 200 East Green Street, Macclesfield, NC. Visitation will immediately follow the service. The children will also greet friends Saturday at 6:30pm at 605 S Howard Circle, Tarboro, NC.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Macclesfield First Christian Church (PO Box 41, Macclesfield NC 27852) or Holden Beach Chapel (107 Rothschild Street, Holden Beach, NC 28462).
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