God saw the road had gotten rough; the hills were hard to climb; He gently closed his loving eyes and whispered, “Peace Be Mine.” His weary hours, his days of pain are past; His ever patient worn out frame Has found sweet rest at last.
Today we celebrate the Life of a husband, father, son, brother grandfather, uncle, cousin and friend, Lucious Williams, Jr. (Junebug). Lucious was born on August 5, 1941 in Harrellsville County, N.C. to Lucious and Lillian Williams. His father, Lucious, mother, Lillian, sister, Lillian, “Ann”, and brothers, Melvin “Barr-Ray” and Rufus “Snoot” Williams preceded him to heaven. He put off all the pain and sickness that this life had to offer and gained his new place with the Lord on July 4, 2019 in Norfolk, VA.He was a well- respected man who loved our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will all his heart and soul. He made it known that in the last
of his days that he was truly ready for what the Lord had planned for him. Through his pain and suffering, he accepted his place in heaven.
Lucious (Junebug) leaves behind his loving wife, Charlotte L. Williams of Norfolk, VA.; one aunt, Maria Gatlin of Harrellsville, NC; four sons, LaFonso Tremont Williams, Melvin Williams, Alfonzo Williams, Jimell Williams; one son, Alucius Williams(deceased); two daughters, Amanda M. Keeling (Ronnie), Laverne Williams; two sisters, Mildred Harrell (Delmar) and Elizabeth Keller (Harrellsville, N.C.); two brothers, Clarence Williams (Veronica)of Ahoskie, NC, Tyrone Davis (Linda) of Chesapeake, VA; two brothers-in-law, John and James Cross; one sister-in-law, Gladys Smith-Williams on his Wife’s side and a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends who will continue to cherish his memory. If Lucious (Junebug) could speak to us, he would say “I
know that you will miss me, but do not weep for I am healed delivered and set free from the pain and suffering of this world. I am at peace with my Father who art in heaven.