William E. McAfee

May 4, 1938March 4, 2021

William E. "Bucky" McAfee of Wexford passed away on March 4, 2021. He was 82 and beloved husband of Mary Jean (Fiscus) McAfee. Loving father of Bob (Linda) McAfee, Carole (Rich-deceased) Lopez, Sue (Chris) Creel, and Bill (Leah) McAfee. Proud grandfather of 11 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Brother of Robert McAfee. He was a U.S. Army veteran and owner of McAfee Automotive. He was a lifetime member of the Wexford Volunteer Fire Company. Bucky was also a Pine Township Tax Collector and Supervisor for over 20 years. There will be no services.


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Carole Hetrick

May 2, 2021

Dear Bucky's Family ,
Sending my deepest sympathy on the passing of your dear husband, & father. I grew up with Bucky, went all thru Pine School together , then Mars High together. What wonderful memories in those years. I was sooo saddened to read of his death. I moved away from Wexford shortly after my marriage , didn't see him much in our later years.
My maiden name Carole English.

Arlene Klonowski

March 17, 2021

Dear Mary Jean, I am so sorry for your loss. Bucky was a great husband and father. He was also, such a hard worker. And I think of you often, and you have always been the best person... and a person who always gives so much. I will always love you and Bucky. Wishing you comfort. Love, Arlene

Lisa Marshall

March 14, 2021

Mary Jean,
We were so sorry to hear of Bucky's passing. He was a special person who everyone loved. He certainly helped us out enough with fixing our cars and our camper over the years. You are in our thoughts and prayers. We miss you!
God Bless,
Rich and Lisa Marshall
(Forestville Church Friends)

Susan Bumbaco

March 14, 2021

Mary Jean,
I am sending you my deepest condolences on the passing of Bucky. You two were a blessing to know. Our church family will miss you and I will miss you stopping by the house. Love to you and your family.
Sue Bumbaco

Forestville United Methodist Church

March 14, 2021

Mary Jean,
You have our deepest sympathy in the passing of Bucky. You both are a special part of our church family here at Forestville United Methodist Church. You were always ready to lend a hand at spaghetti dinners or just time on sunday morning talking after church. Bucky and you made many friends here. We are keeping you and your family in our prayers and we will always remember Bucky.
God's peace to you, we love and care about you,
Your church family at Forestville United Methodist Church

Theodora Kellogg

March 14, 2021

Mary Jean,
On behalf of the Elmer Sestric, Donna Lees and Jack and Clara Hetrick families, please accept our deepest sympathy on the passing of your beloved husband, Bucky. It was always a special time when we meet at Forestville Church and talked about how my Dad, Elmer, would buy gifts at the shop you worked in Wexford, soda pop cap purses and seat buckle belts! Bucky went to school at Mars with my Mom, Donna, and had youth group together at Salem UMC in wexford, and all your visits with aunt Clara and Uncle Jack on your way to Florida, and years spent as friends in Wexford.
I always enjoyed working with both of you at our spaghetti dinners at Forestville UMC. You working the takeout door and Bucky making the spaghetti! You both were a special part of my immediate family as well as our church family. We are heartbroken at the lose of Bucky and we love and miss you Mary Jean. God's peace to you and your family,
Theo Kellogg

Robert Uebele (Tempe,Arizona)

March 13, 2021

I was saddened to hear of Bucky's passing from his brother Robert. I worked with Bucky at Matt's Auto Body in Wexford in the early 1970's. I always enjoyed his sense of humor and masterful skills at auto body and painting. My condolences to the family and to his brother Robert, my great friend. Peace and love to all and God bless.