William James Fiddermon, Sr., was born on June 16, 1955 to Florence Allen Armstrong, of Snow Hill, MD and the late Roger Lee Fiddermon Sr. He was known to everyone as "Billy". He had a love for driving and spending many hours on the road. He also had a love for football and he would proudly let everyone know that he was a Pittsburgh Steelers fan.\n \n Growing up William attended public School in Worchester County and graduated from Snow Hill High School Class of 1974; afterward he enlisted in the in the United States Army and was honorably discharged in 1977. He later met his wife Sheree D. Banks of Cambridge, MD, in 1978 and from their union came two sons, William, Jr. "BJ" and Brian.\n \n He worked many jobs to provide for his family. Some of his places of employment were The Hartford Insurance Co., Country Pride, Inc. , Allen Food and PSI construction company. He spent more than 25 years of his career as a long distance truck driver working for an array of companies including, JB Hunt, Whorton Trucking and Wheatley Trucking before working as an independent truck driver.\n \n William was a proud member of Waugh Chapel United Methodist Church, where he served as an usher, member of the United Methodist Men, The Trustee Board and proudly sang in the Men's Choir.\n \n He was preceded in death by two brothers, Timothy Fiddermon and Terry Fiddermon and a sister, Jaki Lee.\n \n William is survived by his wife, Sheree; two sons, William, Jr."BJ" and Brian; mother, Florence Armstrong; mother & father in-law, Leon & Evangeline Banks; six siblings, Bobby Goodmon (Sandra) of NJ, Roger Fiddermon, Jr. of Baltimore, MD, Benita Copes of Snow Hill, MD, Janet Moore (Kerry) of Upper Marlboro, MD, Marlyn Fiddermon of Upper Marlboro, MD and Darrell Fiddermon (Lisa) of Fort Washington , MD; close cousin, John "Soldier" Marshall of Stockton, MD. William had abundance of nieces, nephews, cousins and other extended family and friends.\n \n His smile and storytelling will be missed, but he is much loved and will always be remembered by all of his family, friends and others whose lives he touched.\n \n Services will be Fri., July 13th 11am at Waugh Chapel UM Church 425 High St Cambridge with a viewing two hours prior. Interment in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery Salem, MD.