William James Sexton ’42, a former Perry, Ga., city councilman and one of the founding trustees of the Westfield Schools, died November 28, 2005, in Macon, Ga. He was the chairman of Davis Oil Company. He was also a past board member of the Georgia Oilmen’s Association. He taught Sunday school at Perry United Methodist Church, and was also a member of the church’s administrative board and the church’s board of trustees. A past president of the Perry Kiwanis Club, he was also the club’s man of the year. A trustee of the Westfield Schools, he was a recipient of the school’s Heritage Award in 2002. Survivors include his wife, Billie Davis Sexton, 1411 Park Ave., Perry, Ga., 31069; four sons, Davis Cosey, William Sexton Jr., Mayo Sexton, and Colton Sexton; and seven grandchildren.