Virginia Lee Joyner

Sunrise: August 11, 1948

Sunset: January 3, 2020

Virginia Lee Joyner “Fats or VA” gained her on wings on Friday, January 3, 2020. She was born on August 11, 1948 to Vivian T.
Williams and the late Ernest Williams Sr. in Norfolk, VA. Virginia was married to the late Willie Joyner for 37 years. Virginia was
raised in the Lamberts Point section of Norfolk, VA. Virginia retired from TRT/HRT. Virginia was a loving, outspoken and giving woman. If you knew Virginia, she loved entertaining, cooking, playing Lottery and shopping on Wednesdays “Senior
Citizen Day” you could catch her in Roses, Ross, Dollar Tree and Piggly Wiggly.

Virginia was predeceased by her father, Ernest Williams Sr. two brothers; William H. Williams and Roosevelt Williams, one
sister, Clarastine Williams.

Left to cherish her memories, one daughter, LaShan W. Privott of Chesapeake, one son, Willie M. Williams of Port Arthur,
Texas, one devoted son-in-law, Andrew Privott of Chesapeake, granddaughter, Aprique Williams (Eric) of Atlanta, Georgia,
grandson, Kirk Williams (Shenita) of Virginia Beach, two greatgranddaughters, Jashia Godfrey and Ny’La Turner of Atlanta,
GA. her mother, Vivian T. Williams of Norfolk, VA, two sisters, Carolyn Williams of Warren, MI. and Evangeline Williams of
Norfolk, VA, one brother, Ernest Williams Jr. of Norfolk, VA, a special nephew, Phillip Williams of Norfolk, VA, a host of special
friends and special cousins.

Viewing Friday, January 10, 2020 Metropolitan Funeral Service 7246 Granby Street Norfolk, VA 23505 Service WATCH SERVICE LIVE ONLINE Saturday, January 11, 2020 11:00am Metropolitan Funeral Service Granby Chapel Interment Roosevelt Memorial Park 1101 Campostella Road Chesapeake, VA 23320

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    Katrina Gray-Parker says

    “In times of sorrow, when words of comfort are needed most, it seems they are most difficult to say”….I’m praying for you and your brother.

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    Chevelle Wason says

    Sending my condolences To The Family of the late Ms Va. I was heart broken to hear of her passing.. Se was a special friend to me… Sorry I missed your last call to me, But rest on now my Beautiful Friend. Heaven has gain a Angel

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    Cordelia Perry says

    My condolences go out to the Joyner Family of your loss of two beautiful people that I was able to know. Virginia and Crow will be greatly missed, but they are in a better place with the “LORD”.

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    Mrs Jo Ann Ashe and family says

    In Sympathy , Condolences to the Joyner family in the loss of your parents… Remember that God’s always there.. Turn to Him in prayer… For He is the rainbow above us. May God Bless your family

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    Phyllis A Stith says

    We saw each other in Walmart on December 28th, hugged and told each other we loved one another. Glory be to God that this was out last blessed encounter.

    I am going to miss you, your smile and our phone conversations

    Rest on SiSTAR!

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    Monroe artist (peewee) says

    My condolences and prayers are with you may strengthen you 23rd Psalm

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      Felton Munro Artist (pee-wee) says

      My condolence and prayers are with you 23rd psalms King James Version

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      Monroe Felton Artis says

      My condolence and prayers are with you. 23rd psalms KJV

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    Monroe Felton Artis says

    My condolence and prayers are with you. 23rd psalms KJV

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    Laura says

    Sending love and prayers of peace to the family and friends of Mrs. Joyner.

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    Debra Hayes says

    Forever in my thoughts and heart! Love you Mrs. Virginia and Mr. Crow!

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    Kimberly Hayes says

    Both of you are truly in Prayers and Thoughts and I will Never forget you guys. Rest In Heaven. Love you Mrs.Va and Mr.Crow.

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