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William Robert Dagger

William Robert Dagger

February 28, 2015

William Robert Dagger, 83, Russellville, passed away Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015, at Helen Keller Hospital.

He was a native of England, but lived in Russellville for the past 18 years.

The family received friends on Monday, March 2, 2015, at Pinkard Funeral Home, Russellville.  Memorial service followed with Daniel Welborn officiating.

Survivors include wife, Jean Dagger; children, William Dagger, Stephen Dagger and wife, Jill, Wendy Keller and husband, Howard, Carol Pace and husband Mike, Elaine Fretwell and husband, Jeff; sister, Dororthy Barnes; grandchildren, Philip, Jason and Stephen Dagger, Kristin Hileman, Anida Mackens, Michael Keller Freddie Swinney, Chase, Chance and Cade Fretwell; great-grandchildren, Sydney, Kiernan and Macy Dagger, Brynn and Will Hileman, Montanna Dagger, Markcus Keller, Allie and Brandon Mackens, Brayden and Cayton Swinney; several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by parents, Walter and Elizabeth Dagger; grandson, Michael Keller.

Special thanks to Dr. Brian Richards and Russellville Home Health.

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