Willis W. Hunter, Jr.

Sunrise: April 12, 1973

Sunset: May 21, 2018

Willis Wyndell Hunter, Jr. was born in Winfall, NC on April 12, 1973. He was the son of Willis Wyndell and Laura Hunter.  

Junior was married to his best friend and biggest supporter, Veronica Williams-Hunter.  He departed this life May 21, 2018. He was blessed with three beautiful children. Junior joined Bethel Abundant Love Ministry in 2008 and also fellowshipped with Mt Sinai at an early age.

Jae was an avid Dallas Cowboys and Cleveland Cavaliers fan and will best be remembered for his unselfish caring heart, outgoing personality, his tremendous strength, courage and unwavering faith. He leaves to cherish his precious memory his wife, Veronica Williams-Hunter; his parents Willis and Laura Hunter; his children Ja’len Cromwell-Hunter, Tiana McKan, and Amani Hill; one brother Troy Hunter (Tresa), one sister Yolonda Davis (Gregory) along with a nephew, nieces, a great nephew, uncles, aunts, cousins, and a host of friends.

Viewing Thursday, May 31, 2018 Metropolitan Funeral Service Berkley Avenue Service WATCH FUNERAL LIVE ONLINE Friday, June 1, 2018 11:00am Metropolitan Funeral Service Berkley Avenue Interment Riverside Cemetery 1000 E. Indian River Road Norfolk, VA 23523

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    Nicole says

    I’m truly sorry for the loss of your loved one. May you gain comfort, Revelation 21:4..sickness pain and death will be no more

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    To You and Your Family with Heartfelt Sympathy : It’s never easy to let go and say a last farewell. To someone who has meant much more than any words can tell. But may it bring some comfort and help ease your sorrow , too, To know that warmest thoughts are there with every one of you.

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    Rodney & Laureen Green says

    Veronica and family you have our heart felt sympathy. We will truly miss our friend Jae. We love you but God loved you more. No more suffering my friend. Please know Veronica we are here for you.

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    Malcolm Johnson says

    Rest In Everlasting Peace cousin.

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    La Toya Hunter says

    To one cool cousin!!! I am going to miss you Jr. You always been so kind, humbled and loving. Your laugh will just make anyone laugh and your smile always light up any room. Now you are laughing and smiling up in heaven!!! To my Aunt and Uncle and my cousins and Cousin N Love (your wife)…Love you guys and I will always have your back. Rest in his arms Cousin! See you when I get there

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    B. Stickney says

    To my niece Tiana I thank God for the time you were able to share with your father may God continue to bless you keep you strong just know he was proud of the young lady that you are. Love Aunt Gail

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    Yolonda Johnson says

    To my family, condolences and prayers. Cousin Jr is resting in peace. I have fond memories of my cousin, so cool and very loving. Loved his smile. It’s hard to believe that he is gone, but never forgotten. RIEP, until we meet again. Love you.

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    Ryan Latham says

    To my first best friend: Words can’t express how grateful I am to have known you all these years. You always looked out for me when we were kids, and would always check on me, even up to the present day. My sincere condolences to your family. We lost a king on May 21st! Rest In Peace brother.

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    Joycelyn Harris and Nautica Jordan says

    Be strong and keep your faith.

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    Debbie and Derrick says

    I did not have the pleasure of meeting this hansome young man My son and I were at Riverside and we met I do believe his Mother Laura and his Brother Troy my heart cries for the families loss and his wife and children Please except my compassion and comfort.Sunshines flowers bloom birds sing on Angel Wings

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