With sincere compassion and concern, the Majestic Family stands hand in hand with the relatives of Mr. Willie Lee Williams as they prepare to celebrate his lasting legacy. Mr. Williams transitioned into eternal rest on last Monday afternoon after receiving his heavenly summons at UNC Hospital in Chapel Hill, NC.
Visiting hours for Mr. Williams will begin on Saturday, March 21, 2020 from 11am to 12pm at St. Paul AME Zion Church in Bolton, NC. A Service of Remembrance will begin promptly at 12noon in the sanctuary. During these moments, each participant and attendee can reflect on the fond memories of Mr. Willie and console his loving relatives as they say “farewell” to such a special part of their family. Following the services in the sanctuary, Mr. Williams and his cherished family will be escorted to the Spring Green Cemetery in Leland, NC.
Mr. Williams leaves to cherish his memories: five sisters: Barbara (Lester), Lina (Nutesie), DeRochelle, Michelle and Margaret (Elton); six brothers: Willie Marvin Williams, Ted (Bert), Alfred (Gloria), Horace (Dora), Delone and Levern; four grandchildren; five great grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends.
Guests are being received at 518 N. 10th St., Wilmington, NC where they will also assemble for the Prestigious Majestic Ebony Motorcade.
The professionals at Majestic Funeral Homes are accommodating each request and personal desire of the Williams and connected families.
In an attempt to still provide services to our families and abide by the Governor’s order of NO MASS GATHERINGS over 100 people, ALL ATTENDEES to both our funeral establishments and funeral ceremonies will be counted. NO ONE over 100 will be permitted to attend services whether on our premises or at a church. NO MORE than 50 people "for visitations" will be allowed in our establishments at a single time during this crisis. We are truly sorry for any modifications families are having to endure. It is NOT our desire to hinder families and friends from consoling each other during a passing, however, we MUST comply with our lawmakers orders.
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