Billy L. Powell

Billy L. Powell, 78, of Spartanburg, husband of Dianne Turner Powell, passed away on Sunday, July 29, 2018.

Born in Spartanburg, he was a son of the late Olin and Edna Powell.

In addition to his wife, Dianne, Mr. Powell is survived by one son Johnathan McCuen II of Pelzer; one daughter, Caroline Bohnenberger (Phillip) of Simpsonville; a daughter-in-law, Tammy Powell; four grandchildren, Brittany Cooke (Chad), Johnathan McCuen III, Annaliese McCuen, and Ellison Bohnenberger; and one great-grandson, James Nova Cooke.

He was preceded in death by one son, Randall Powell; two brothers and one sister.

The family will receive friends on Friday, August 3, 2018 starting at 2:00 PM at Cannon Funeral Home in Fountain Inn.

A Funeral Service will follow at 3:00 PM in the funeral home chapel.

Interment will be in Cannon Memorial Park.

Condolences to the family of Billy L. Powell

  • Jean Brannon
    2 years ago

    So sorry for your loss. I remember Billy fondly from my years of employment at Spartanburg Community College. Heartfelt condolences to your family.
    Jean Brannon

  • Weldon Fallaw
    2 years ago

    So sorry in your loss. My sister Pearl and I send our heartfelt sympathy to you and the family.
    God bless you in the days ahead.

  • Ray Switzer
    2 years ago

    Dear family of Billy Powell.
    I enjoyed my brief time of working with Billy at the Community College. I also enjoyed seeing and talking with him at the Peach Blossom during lunch on a number of occasions. Always an enjoyable time. Grace to all of you during this time and in the days ahead.
    Sincerely,
    Ray Switzer
    Spartanburg Community College

  • Mary Belcher
    2 years ago

    Dear family of Bull Powell, I am so sorry for your loss. Bill was a good person. I worked with him for many years at the college. God bless you all in the days ahead.
    Sincerely,
    Mary Belcher

  • Dr & Mrs Paul Morris
    2 years ago

    We enjoyed having Billy as a patient for many years, and his visits to the office! His visit always involved talking about Gamecock Football, and the latest political issues! He was a man who you knew exactly where he stood on any topic! We like that in a patient and friend! He was a good man and we count it a privilege to have known him in this life! Our condolences to the family! He is not dead who lives on in the hearts of those left behind!

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