Love and memories last forever...
  • 55 years old
  • Born on July 16, 1963 .
  • Passed away on March 4, 2019 .

William “Bill” McFeeley, Jr., age 55, of Mullica Hill, NJ, formerly of Wenonah, NJ passed away on March 4, 2019 at Cooper Hospital.

Bill was the beloved husband of Carolyn M. McFeeley, devoted father of daughters Chelsea and Chandler, and son Chase McFeeley, all of Mullica Hill, loving son of William, Sr. and Natalie (Marsilio) McFeeley, dear brother of Michael McFeeley of Greensboro, NC and Jeff (Denise) McFeeley of Pittsgrove, NJ, and uncle of Casey, Devon, Kelly, Kassidy, Keri and Gabriel McFeeley.  Bill was predeceased by a brother, Christopher McFeeley.

Born in Camden, NJ, Bill was raised in Wenonah with his three brothers. He graduated Class of 1980 from Gateway Regional High School and from Catawba College, Salisbury, NC with a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration.

On July 25, 1992 he married Carolyn, the love of his life and was blessed with three wonderful children.

He was employed with Western Termite and Pest Control, ATX Telecommunications, Broadview Networks, and finally The Breaker Group, where he became VP of Sales and Partner.

Bill loved watching his children play sports, especially Chelsea’s field hockey games and dance recitals, Chandler’s field hockey games and Chase playing Lacrosse. His favorite place was his home in Cape May, NJ, enjoying being together with his family, fishing on his beloved boat, “Chase-n-Bills”.  He was an all-around sportsman, and a loving and devoted husband, father, son, brother, uncle and friend.

Visitation Sat., March 9, 2019 from 9-11 am at the Catholic Community of the Holy Spirit Parish Center, 17 Earlington Ave., Mullica Hill, NJ 08062, where Funeral Mass will begin at 11:30 am. Interment private at the convenience of the family.


Posted by LINDA SIECZKOWSKI on March 8, 2019
Although we only met Bill a few times, we feel like we've known him for years through his daughter Chelsea and our son John. Chelsea always spoke so lovingly about him, and my son had a wonderful relationship with him. They always had fun down the shore on the boat, fishing, swimming and just hanging out. We will have the McFeeley family in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Love and Peace, The Sieczkowski Family
Posted by Rich Scheid on March 8, 2019
I worked with Bill at ATX as a sales professional attending customer meetings, company sales recognition trips over a 10 year period as I started a new career. There are many people I owe my success to in different ways and Bill is one of them as when you are in front of a customer you need to be knowledgeable about what you are presenting and Bill was one of the best. We butted heads occasionally but if you needed help on an important customer meeting he was always there to assist with his knowledge, expertise and ability to make someone comfortable doing business with you. When my sales career ends and I look back, Bill will be one of the first I think of who made an impact on the success I had .
Posted by Richard Goldfarb on March 8, 2019
I had the distinction of working with Bill for 10 years.
Bill was loud, aggressive and everywhere but in a good way.
Upon my arrival at ATX Bill took an instant liking to me and was very impressed with my work.
Whenever he had a large deal on the table he always gave me the heads up to be ready.
He put a lot of good words out about me to several of our colleagues’ and connections thru-out the industry.
Bill had great relationships with his customers, educated them very well and most of all they were outstanding to work with.
A few years after my arrival Bill, myself and a handful of others created an Enterprise Level Organization at ATX which we carried over into Broadview.
Upon sharing my memories of Bill with some other people since his passing we all remember how at times Bill could be very tough, some even felt to tough to work with.
Bill was never afraid to challenge anyone. No one ever saw Bill run from an issue. Always resourceful. A master closer. Held everyone accountable.
In the end, we were all better off for him.
Perhaps the best way to remember Bill is to quote Joni Mitchell, “You don't know what you've got till it's gone.”
Posted by Bob Lowdermilk on March 8, 2019
I had the privilege of knowing Bill while I was a faculty/staff member at Catawba College, from which he graduated. I taught him in an ethics course, in which he was passionate for persons to learn what they believed to be true but, the reason or basis for that truth. He had a contagious spirit outside the classroom and a laugh that almost always made me laugh in return. He brightened my days and was helpfully involved in so many aspects of campus life. It's been fun to follow his journey. I am deeply saddened to learn of his death.
Posted by Michael Tranchina on March 6, 2019
Billy and I were best buddies in elementary school before he moved away from Glassboro.
Billy was special...He was always happy and had a great smile...I am sorry we lost touch after he moved. I am sure he was a wonderful husband and father. I am very sorry for his family...
Posted by Maryann Hoppe on March 6, 2019
Sincere sympathies from the Hoppe family. Natalie was teacher to several of us, but we all knew her. One of my brothers was probably in Bill's class. On behalf of the entire family, I express condolences to the McFeeley family. God bless all of you.
Posted by John Gallagher on March 6, 2019
Bill will be forever missed as he was the consummate professional. Our industry was better with him as he represented himself and his employers
with the utmost respect and had a calming influence with potential new customers that felt comfortable with his solutions. Consultative selling was his middle name long before it became fashionable. We wish his family our prayers and hope they remember him best with great memories of a great husband, father, son, brother and friend. The Gallaghers
Posted by Bernice Smith on March 6, 2019
Beloved Family
May your Treasured Memories of your Beloved Billy give your Lovely Family Peace and Comfort.
My Love and Prayers,
Bernice Smith, Gateway Retiree
Posted by Bobbi Groves on March 6, 2019
Bill was a wonderful neighbor and friend. I knew him about 20 years. He was such a wonderful father who treasured his love and wife Carolyn and was such a wonderful father. I called Carolyn one day at the shore and said I need to crash with you at your Capemay place. Oh and by the way I have a couple friends with me... so funny at the time. The next morning Instead of kicking us out , Bill made us the best breakfast cooking eggs Benedict... so gracious his was to us and then I saw his nurturing special soul. Love the family , always doing their hair at In The Village Salon. From there my oldest daughter became their nanny and we had the pleasure of us all being involved in their beautiful life through the years... was very honored to have had the pleasure of this specials mans company....
Blessings and love,
From our family to yours,
Rob Bobbi Jen Brittany and Robby Groves
Posted by Elizabeth Green on March 6, 2019
Although we never met, we feel as though we know you through Chelsea and John. She shared many life stories about her Dad, Mom and her siblings. We know what a wonderful loving family she comes from and the love and respect that you all have for one another. We saw many pictures of you all through the years which we always enjoyed. May the love and caring of family and friends help to ease your sorrow at such a difficult time.
Love, Betty & Dale Green
Posted by Lisa Clark on March 6, 2019
I met Bill my FIRST day in college. I can honestly say that he is the reason I stayed. He was fun and exciting and he made being away from home for the first time bearable. As the year continued, Bill and I spent a lot of time together. I honestly considered him one of my best friends. I knew that he would graduate and go on to be a wonderful husband and loving father. I spoke with him just before the holidays (2018) and he filled me in on his life. He adored his beautiful wife Carolyn and he could not stop talking about his three incredible children. Though I do not know you personally, I feel as though I do. And I do know that your father loved you and was more proud of you than any father I have ever had the pleasure of spending time with. My thoughts and prayers may seem hollow at this time, but please know that mine are with you. And I also want you to know that your father brought goodness and sunshine to me - and I suspect to all that he met. I hope to meet you all one day. And I wish you all the best as you continue your lives and continue to make him as proud as he was when we last spoke. Please take care and know that you always have friends in Salisbury North Carolina.

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