William Lee ‘Bill’ Iversen, 55, a prankster who had to dance when music played

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bill iversenHeaven gained a beloved angel early Tuesday morning, an amazing husband, father, pawpaw, son, brother and friend to all.

William Lee “Bill” Iversen, born Feb. 19, 1961, is survived by his wife and best friend Mary Shook Iversen; daughters, Allyson Iversen and Paula Corralejo (John); granddaughter, Savannah Corralejo; father, Leonard Robert Iversen Sr. “Ike”; brother, Bob Iversen; sister, Annette Osterbind (Toney); mother-in-law, “Mama Kay” Shook; brother-in-law, David Shook (Lisa); sister-in-law, Donna Shook Seay (Ricky); nephews, nieces and a large extended family.

He was preceded in death by his mother Pauline Iversen; sister-in-law, Debby Iversen; and father-in-law Dennis Shook.

Bill was a graduate of Lafayette High School Class of 1979 and worked at Camp Peary for 29 years. Bill always enjoyed spending time with family and friends. He was the kindest, most caring man who loved making everyone smile and laugh.

Bill was always being a prankster, and if there was music playing … that man was dancing! Just sayin’!!

Bill was always there for everyone. His passions were hunting, camping, NASCAR, softball, volleyball and riding his Harley. He will be missed dearly by all, to include his chihuahuas, Margarita and Poncho.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Law Enforcement United Team Victory Riders. Please make sure payments are directed to Team Victory Riders, care of Pastor Sam Frye or James City-Bruton Volunteer Fire Department, 3135 Forge Road, Toano, VA 23168.

A Celebration of Life will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday March 26, 2016 at First Simple Church 16401 Chickahominy Bluff Road,Williamsburg, VA 23185.

Service and reception immediately following outside on church lawn. Please bring a covered dish to share. Carpool if possible, as there is limited parking on site. Per Bill’s request, please dress casual and ride your motorcycles if you would like.

Thank you to everyone for your prayers and kind words!

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