Walter Louis Williams Jr.
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HAMPTON - Sgt. Walter Louis Williams Jr. 63, died Saturday, Nov. 14 at the Veterans Hospital in Hampton, VA. He was the widow of Janice Curry Williams. He is survived by his children Christina Spruill & Antoine Williams both of Hampton, VA. For info about services please contact Christina Spruill (daughter) at 806-441-5757 or Latosha Thompson (niece) at 757-660-1715.

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Published in Daily Press on Nov. 22, 2015.
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April 21, 2021
There is not a day that goes by that I don't miss you, but I know you are okay. Love you
Christina Williams Spruill
Daughter
November 26, 2015
I just spoke with Chuckie a few weeks ago, and I am so sorry to learn of his passing. We have known each other since high school and have lived near each other a couple of times over the years. Your family has my deepest sympathy and prayers.
Bonita Everett Williams
November 25, 2015
Super guy, dad, athlete, airman, great sense of humor and friend. He will be missed by us all. May God bless and comfort your family.
Joe Edwards
November 25, 2015
I remember Chuckie as a smart, cool, likable, social, physical and friendly guy. I am a classmate of Eugene's. He and Eugene looked like twins at times. Chuckie moved on from Huntington to Newport News High, but remained friends in the East End. Even though I had not seen Chuckie over the years, he will be missed as he was often thought of. May God bless and comfort each of you as you cope with this significant loss.
Be encouraged.
Beulah Mitchell Davis
November 25, 2015
The family of Walter "Chuckie" Williams have my deepest condolences on the passing of their father, uncle, brother. I remember the smile that was contagious. He is in a better place. Let you love and memories carry you.
Brenda Johnson-Revelle
November 24, 2015
We were classmates at Huntington...Chuckie was such a nice person! I remember him playing football. My prayers go out to his family.
Paula McGowan Smith
November 24, 2015
To Christina. I am so sorry for your lost. My thoughts and prayers will be with you and the family. If you need anything I am here for you.
Michelle Lambert
November 23, 2015
Ernell Thompson
November 23, 2015
To christina n Antoine my deepest sympathy sincere sorrow for the lost of your father n my closet friend n brother. Our heart n prayers with y'all always. Sam lewis n Lewis family.
Sam Lewis
November 23, 2015
Christina Spruill
November 22, 2015
Really missing you right now but I know that you are in a much better place. I going to miss calling you old man and listening to you tell us to do better and take care of ourselves. I hope the family was there to welcome you into the pearly gates. I can see you now with your parents and brother having a great time. I love you Uncle Chuckie R.I.P.
Asj'a Williams
November 22, 2015
You are truly missed. You always seemed vibrant and filled with joy. Hearing that you were a man that everyone looked to amazed me. I hope the man of my dream is just like you. Always caring loving wise and strong. love you much
Angelique Preston
November 22, 2015
Wow can't believe your really gone but I'm glad you don't have to suffer anymore. I hope the rest of the family was there to help welcome you home when you got to the pearly gates. I love and miss you uncle
Asj'a
November 22, 2015
In reading today's obituaries, seeing the nickname 'Chuckie' confirmed . . . this picture was indeed, one of the younger guys who brought their basketball skills to the 'rec' on 29th and Wickham Avenue, back in the proverbial day.

It has been, Lo! over forty years . . . thoughts are with Chuckie's family, as he now, ever/ rests from labor to reward.
Charles Sullivan
November 22, 2015
Daddy, I'm missing you like crazy but glory to God were holding it together ❤ thank you for being such a great father
Christina spruill
November 22, 2015
Chucky as we all knew him, graduated with me from NNHS. He had that infectious smile which was a shining light for all his friends. This was so hard to read this morning. My deepest sympathy to the family and all for losing such a wonderful person. I am so blessed to have been his friend.
Jennie Easmeil Alexander
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