• The next Association meeting will be held on September 14, 2022 at FS40 and on Zoom. The meeting will start at 6:30pm. Information for joining the meeting via Zoom will be sent out via email and be available under the Member Resources tab prior to the meeting date. Hope to see you there. Have a great summer.

    The next Association luncheon will take place at the IHOP in Leesburg on July 13, 2022 at 1:00pm. Come on out for some food and fellowship. Hope to see you there.

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  • Jack (Jackie) Biller
    Updated On: Jun 21, 2022
    A Celebration of Life Service will be held for Jack "Jackie" Biller on Saturday, July 16th, 2022, from 1100-1400, at the Annandale Volunteer Fire Station #8, 7128 Columbia Pike, Annandale, Va.. The family is asking active and retired Department personnel to wear Class A uniforms if possible. 

    Cards of Condolence can be sent to Jack's wife, Jean Biller, 443 Indian Spring Road, Woodstock Va, 22664. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Cancer Society, https://www.cancer.org/involved/donate.html or the Humane Society of Shenandoah County, www.hsscva.org .

    In Loving Memory

    Jack “Jackie” Ernest Biller

    October 2nd 1935- June 8, 2022

                                                                                                                                           

    Jack (Jackie) Ernest Biller of Woodstock, Virginia passed away June 8, 2022 after a hard fought battle with cancer.  He died peacefully at home surrounded by his family.

    Jack was born in Berkley, West Virginia, grew up in Annandale, Virginia and graduated from Fairfax High School. He lived, worked and played in Annandale, Virginia until his retirement, when he moved to Woodstock, Virginia, because he always loved “The Shenandoah Valley”.

    Jack proudly served the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department as a young volunteer firefighter and,  at the age of 32, became a career firefighter for another 23+ years. He was a role model for many firefighters. In 2016, Jack Biller’s name was placed on the Driver’s Door of the Seven Corners Engine 28 out of respect for his service to his community and, of course, his outstanding driving skills. His love for the fire service influenced his son and grandson to follow in his footsteps.

    Jack had a talent for taking care of the yard and garden. He grew up with his parents having a small garden in Annandale and carried on that tradition all his life. He had a knack for sharing everything in his garden with neighbors, family and friends. He was a coin collector, had fun watching his grandsons play baseball, enjoyed visiting events in Woodstock and appreciated the retirement life he worked hard for.

    Jack lived a full life. He worked as the assistant manager of A&P grocery store , drove a taxi cab and school bus, delivered papers and flowers, and was a part-time painter. He got to see Elvis live, rode in hot air balloons, visited Hawaii and Yellowstone National Park twice. Caught a 45” Virginia Citation Striper fishing. Being a huge sports fan, he enjoyed  the Washington Redskins winning 3 Super Bowls, the Bullets winning the NBA title, the Capitals winning the Stanley Cup and the Nationals winning the World Series. One of his greatest memories was watching a no hitter at Nats Park with his family. Jack attended his 50th High School Reunion (Fairfax High). He found true love at the age of 80 and married his “girl friend” Jean.

    Jack was preceded in death by his parents, his sister Sally and his two sons Steven and Timothy. Jack is survived by his wife Jean, daughter Terrie Lynch, and son Tony, four grandchildren, Ryan and Stephanie Lynch, and Thomas Biller and Kathryn Zimmerman, seven great-grandchildren, Ethan, Emily, Ridge and Orrin Zimmerman, Cameron and Hudson Biller, Leah Lynch.


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