Lucious “Junebug” Williams, Jr.

Sunrise: August 5, 1941

Sunset: July 4, 2019

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.

Viewing Wednesday, July 10, 2019 Metropolitan Funeral Service 7246 Granby Street Norfolk, VA 23505 Service WATCH SERVICE LIVE ONLINE Thursday, July 11, 2019 11:00am Metropolitan Funeral Service Granby Chapel Interment Roosevelt Memorial Park 1101 Campostella Road Chesapeake, VA 23320

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    Deonna Espinal says

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time.
    “Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.”
    Matthew 5:4

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    Tawana johnson says

    My love for my Grandfather will always be alive.
    Although he is gone, his legacy will survive.
    In the things he taught me and love he would show,
    I am forever grateful, and it’s to him I owe.
    From the rain, to the dust, to the stars, and the sand,
    You will be among me daily, holding my hand.
    Your smile will always be etched in my mind.Another Grandfather like you would be impossible to find.I know your trip of life was fulfilled and long,For that makes this easier and helps keep me strong.Your life was a blessing to all you knew, But I know you’re up there now, making your big debut. RiP Grandfather ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

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    New Harrellsville Missionary Baptist Church says

    Our Deepest Sympathy
    New Harrellsville Chapel Missionary Baptist Church & Pastor Michael E. Hardy & First Lady Loretta Hardy
    We would like to extend our deepest sympathy to Mrs.Charlotte Williams & Mr. Lucious Children & Brother Deacon Clarence Williams, His Sister’s Deaconess Mildred Harrell & Mrs.Elizabeth Keller & His Entire Williams Family & Friends. We love U all, and if it is anything that we can do to help Yall through this time of Bereavement, please let us know.
    TO THE FAMILY: May Jesus take you all by the hand, and help you find relief, throughout this time of sadness, as U journey through your grief.May you all feel the healing touch, in every prayer that was sent with love, and sympathy from friends who truly care. We share. your lost. We Love You All Pastor Michael E. Hardy & New Harrellsville Chapel Missionary Baptist Church Family.????PRAISE GOD!!

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      Shirley & Russell Lassiter says

      To Mrs.Charlotte Williams & JuneBug Family, To My Son-N-Law Clarence Williams, and His Sisters Doll & Sister.We are Praying for Yalls Strength. God Is The Strength of Your Heart, may God Give Yall strength when yours is gone, may God’s Grace & Mercy carry yall on. May the unending love that God has for you all, revive your hearts, and see Yall through.We are ?ing much for Yall.?From Shirley & Russell Lassiter From Winton. N.C.

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    Veronica Williams says

    Our Prayers & Hearts is with U Charlotte,& Children, Clarence Doll, Sister & Tyrone.We Love You All From Clarence & Veronica Williams & Family. WE WILL MISS U My Brother- N ‘Law JUNEBUG
    U made our lives fun when U was around.Charlotte thanks. for takiing such Great care of him .You are A Great Lady.??

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    Carolyn Bolling says

    My deepest condolences to Charlotte,Mr Clarence,Doll,Sister,and Tyrone.and all his childen,nieces,nephews and in laws.Junebug was a family favorite.always the life of the party.he loved life and his family.but God said take your wings and fly high.and i know he is in heaven smiling down on you all.he fought the fight and won the race.now its time to rest.love you Junebug.Shelia, Carolyn,Deborah and Kathy McEachin.

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    Irwin E. Williams & Family says

    Please know we are thinking of you and your family during this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time

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    Toni Lawe says

    Wishing you peace and comfort. So sorry for your loss. Junebug will truly be missed. Thelma and family may God continue to bless you all. Keeping you all lifted up in prayer.

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    Stevan Williams says

    My condolences to the Williams family, God granted me the privilege of meeting Junebug through his grandson Mario who loved the ground Junebug walked upon. I pray that God blesses the family with a sense of comfort as they deal with the of their loved one.

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    Ricky Whitaker says

    My peace I give you my peace I leave with you. May God’s peace be with the entire Williams family in the words of our Savior. God Bless

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    Yvonne Lomans says

    To the family and friends of Mr. Lucious “Junebug” Williams, please except My Deepest Heartfelt Condolences. May The Lord God almighty comfort each and everyone of you on each side with God’s loving touch as only HE can in the matchless name of Jesus our Lord and Savior.
    Junebug was a dear friend to my family and he showed us much kindness and great laughter. He will always have a special place in our hearts and may his soul rest in peace.
    Yvonne Lomans
    (Widow of Monroe “Bo” M. Lomans Jr.)

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