William Schreiner

Obituary of William J. Schreiner



William (Will) James Schreiner born in New York City on December 3, 1938, to William James and Mabel Schreiner passed to the Lord on February 13, 2022.


Will was a graduate of Trinity College (Hartford CT) and held managerial and executive positions with the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York and the Colonial Penn Life Insurance Company.


Will came to Washington, DC in 1981, where he worked as an Actuary for the American Council of Life Insurers until his retirement in 2004.  At the Council, he represented member insurance companies before various regulatory bodies, including the Internal Revenue Service, the Financial Accounting Standards Board, and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.


He was a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries.  A frequent contributor to the industry and professional meetings, he served as Chair of the Society’s Financial Reporting Section and as a member of the General Committee of the Actuarial Standards Board.


He enjoyed many years vacationing with his family at Cape Cod, was an avid reader of mystery books, loved crossword and jigsaw puzzles and traveled overseas and throughout the United States with his beloved wife, Pat, who he was married to for 24 years.


Survivors include his wife Pat, three children, Carrie Ceresi, Leslie Beaulieu

(Richard) and Amy Bouman (Scott) and five grandchildren.  He also leaves three stepchildren, Julie Bourgeois (Marc), Steven McClelland (Michelle), Kimberly Van Pelt (Jason) and eight step-grandchildren.


Will and his wife, Pat, were ushers together at the Church of the Epiphany Anglican in Chantilly, VA.  A memorial service for Will is to be held at the church in the Spring.


It is requested that any memorial donation be made to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, 2361 Hylan Boulevard, Staten Island, New York 10306 In Memorium, telephone 1-718-987-1931, at donations.support@t2torg.


Wounded Warriors at 1120 G. Street Suite 700 Washington, DC 20005, telephone 1-202-558-4302, at https://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/donate.

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