William J. Schlosser
December 30, 2014


Life Legacy

SCHLOSSER, WILLIAM J., 83 of Sebring, FL died December 30, 2014. He was born in Sebring, a graduate of Sebring High School and served in the U.S. Army. He retired from Eight Air Depot and Lesco. A member of Sebring Historical Society; Highlands Lakes Region Antique Automobile Club and a member of St. Catherine Catholic Chruch. He is survived by his wife, Mildred Schlosser; daughters Donna Harrison all of Sebring and Carolyn (Ed) Franklin, Waynesboro, TN; grandson, Dustin (Alicia) Harrison; great grandchildren, Kinley Arin Lordie, Kally Harrison and Dylan Harrison; niece and nephews. Visitation 9:30 am with a service to follow at 10:30 am at Morris Funeral Chapel. Burial will follow at Lakeview Memorial Gardens. Memorials are suggested to Sebring Historical Society.

Condolences or Life Stories may be expressed in his Guestbook. Morris Funeral Chapel, Sebring, Fl.

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Survived By

Mildred Schlosser, Wife
Donna Harrison, Daughter
Carolyn (Ed) Franklin, Daughter
Dustin (Alicia) Harrison, Grandson
Great Grandchildren
Kinley Arin Lordie, Kally Harrison
Dylan Harrison
nieces and nephews


Place Of Birth: Sebring, FL
Place Of Death: Sebring, FL
Date Of Death: December 30, 2014


Visitation 9:30 am with a
service to follow at 10:30 am
Morris Funeral Chapel.
Burial will follow at Lakeview Memorial Gardens.


01/03/2015 - Jerry and Elli Million

Dear Mildred: I just sat down to read the Saturday Highlands newspaper at 1:15 PM and saw Bill's obituary. Jerry and I are so sad. Bill was counted as one of our dear friends.
We shall get in touch with you as soon as you have had time to rest.


01/03/2015 - Paul Franklin

Love you Papa Bill. I will never forget you and the rides you took me on in the old model A.


01/06/2015 - Michelle Rodgers

Papa Bill also has 3 other grandchildren not mentioned..Michelle Rodgers TN, Torrey Franklin TN, and Paul Franklin TX..and a great-grandson Kris Rodgers TN, and a great-granddaughter Isabella Franklin, TX. Love you papa..Have many great memories of you...Will never forget you..I know you're in a better place!


02-20-2015 - Debbie Schlosser-Bauer

I am so sad to not have the health to attend my Aunt or Uncle's funerals. My brothers and I have so many fond memories of our summer trips in Sebring. My Uncle Bill was always fun, making Donald Duck sounds and being playful with my brothers and I. He had the most amazing memory of anyone I have ever met! Not only could he remember dates but also what day of the week the event occurred on! He had such a gentle and quiet spirit and will be tremendously missed. I feel so blessed to have known both my Uncle Bill and my Aunt Mill. Thoughts and prayers go out to my cousin Donna and her family.