Calling Hours:
Monday, April 19, 2021, 1:30-3:00pm
Bethel Life Worship Center
246 S. Mercer St., Greenville, PA

Celebration of Life Service:
Monday, April 19, 2021, 3:00pm
Bethel Life Worship Center
246 S. Mercer St., Greenville, PA
Rev. Kent Bell, Rev. Greg Terry, Rev. Bill Terry,
and Rev. Jeff Johnson, officiating

Inurnment will be private in Hadley Cemetery.

All in attendance are required to wear a mask.

Bill Chenault, age 79, of Hempfield Ave., Greenville and formerly of Richmond, VA, passed away Sunday, April 11, 2021 in UPMC Hamot, Erie after an extended illness.

He was born in Richmond, VA on January 22, 1942 to John B. and Myrtle E. (Tyler) Chenault. On March 26, 1962 he married the former Sally Stallard, and they would share the next 59 years together, she survives.

He was employed in outside industrial sales for thirty-eight years, working for Smith Courtney Co. and James McGraw Inc. After retirement, he was employed in sales for seven years with Red Wing Shoe Co.

Bill was an avid archery and turkey hunter, bass fisherman and follower of blue grass music. He also enjoyed watching sports and hunting shows and most of all he truly loved his family, especially his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Bill was a man of faith and dearly loved sharing his journey in life with all who would listen, even a complete stranger. He had personally experienced the saving grace of the Lord and drew on “God’s Promises” as his daily source of encouragement. Bill loved to mentor others, especially the young men God placed in his life. He served the church and especially enjoyed using his gift of music to bless the people in the Nursing Home Ministry. He was an active member of Bethel Life Worship Center.
Surviving is a son; William R. Chenault and his wife Julie of Midlothian, VA, a daughter; Holly C. Terry and her husband Greg of Greenville, a brother; John W. Chenault of Richmond, VA, six grandchildren; Jill, Jenna, Jordan, Grace, Annie and Adam and four great-grandchildren; Berkley, Brynn, Caroline and Thomas.

He was preceded in death by his parents, a sister; Brenda Brooks and two brothers; Steve Chenault and Warren Tyler.

The service will be available via live-stream at https://youtube.com/c/BethelLife or the Bethel Life Greenville PA Facebook page. Memorial Contributions may be made to Bethel Life Worship Center 246 S. Mercer St. Greenville, PA 16125.  Arrangements have been entrusted to Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc. 366-368 S. Main St. Greenville.



  1. Chuck Bolster Chuck Bolster
    April 16, 2021    

    My condolences to Bill’s family. I knew him through working out at CMPT and always enjoyed talking to him. May he rest in peace.

  2. Dave, Terri Livingston and family Dave, Terri Livingston and family
    April 19, 2021    

    Sally, Family & Friends,
    We are so sorry we cannot deliver our condolences in person. Please accept our deepest sympathies to each and everyone of you. I’m so glad Dave had an opportunity to visit with Bill when he came up to the farm to fish, I guess one last time. I’m only sorry I missed our usual chat when he called to tell me he was coming up.
    I trust he’ll be not only visiting with loved ones, but he’ll be telling Tur & Doris some great stories about things since they left this earth.
    Praise God for giving us the opportunity to have you and he become such a special part of our family.

  3. Glenda, Bumpass, VA Glenda, Bumpass, VA
    April 19, 2021    

    Such a beautiful writing in Bill’s memory, my heart, my soul my prayers, are with all of his family. Bill and Sally lived around the corner from my deceased husband, David, around the corner from us. So many many wonderful precious moments, and have seen Bill and Sally, and keep in touch, but would see them of course during hunting season which Bill and my David so enjoyed . I am with you all send his service at my daughters home with heartfelt sympathy and precious memories. I love you all so so much, God bless you Bill, and rest in peace. I want to say thank you too for all you did for people to enlighten them with your love and caring for others so much .

  4. Ashlea Barton (Morris) Ashlea Barton (Morris)
    April 19, 2021    

    Ms. Sally, Holly, Billy and Family,
    I’m so sorry to hear about Bill’s passing. It stunned me a little when I read Greg’s post on facebook and heard the news. It’s been awhile since I have seen you all but not terribly long ago did talk to Bill and Sally VIA facebook. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Sally, having known your wonderful family practically all of my life, I know you are surrounded by strength and support beyond measure. Bill was such a special person and was certainly special to me. I’ll never forget my Nanny telling me (I believe it was the first year since you had moved to PA) that you and Bill would not be there for Easter and the first thing that came out of my mouth was “If Bill won’t be there, who’s going to say the prayer?”. Of all the wonderful memories I have of Bill, from him and my Pawpaw shooting acorns with slingshots across the street and pinging them off the metal chairs in the yard to Bill picking on me and laughing because his stuffed bobcat in the den freaked me out when I was younger, I think I will always remember Bill as the man who said the prayer. He had such a presence about him. His strength and faith shined in everything that he did. I believe that year, Nanny called and he said it over the phone. Haha. IT was quite the change for me. One of the last times I saw you guys, shortly after my Nanny passed, you gave me a book from Bill (who was hunting I believe) “God’s Promises For Every Day” and I keep that book in my nightstand and it is very dear to me. I have since purchased that book and given it to someone else and I think Bill would have really liked that. I’m thinking about you and praying for you.

    Love and miss you so much!

  5. Scotty Scotty
    April 19, 2021    

    Sally, Billy, Holly and family,
    Sincere heartfelt condolences on Bill’s passing. Had the good fortune of seeing Bill when he was at Paul’s for some good turkey and deer hunting.

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