Overseer William Junior Russell
Overseer William Junior Russell, 71, of the Eastwood Community, West End, North Carolina, died Friday, September 18, 2020, at his residence.
Overseer Russell was a US Army veteran and Pastor of Stone’s Chapel Baptist Church.
Survivors: Wife, Carolyn Russell; children, Evette (Pastor Chad), Chris (Dee), Wanda (Phillip), and Brian; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; five brothers, Stanley (Deborah), Gary (Ann), Dwayne, James, and Benjamin; one sister, Tomasine Kyle; and many other relatives and friends.
The family will receive friends at 155 Woodgreen Drive, Aberdeen, North Carolina.
Public Walk-Through Viewing:
Thursday, Sept 24, 2020
12:00 Noon - 2:00 PM
Stone’s Chapel Baptist Church
2236 US Hwy 15-501
Carthage, North Carolina
Thursday, September 24, 2020
Stone’s Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery
Corner of Hwy 15-501 & Red Branch Road
Carthage, North Carolina
My deepest sincere condolences Pastor Carolyn and family of the loss of a great man...Overseer Russell. He will always be a part of my family and I... He and his staff built the foundation of my Habitat home in 1996 in Taylortown. You all will be in my heart and prayers. Bridget Cotton Taylortown Town Councilwoman
Loving memories of a life forever. I will always miss you. -1st Cousin Rufus Russell and Family
It is with a heavy and sad heart that we bow in humble submission to the will of God in the passing of our dear friend Overseer William J. Russell. Our sincere and heartfelt prayers and condolences are extended to the Russell family. Overseer Russell was a wonderful man of God and welcomed our family to Moore County with opened arms of love. Should you need us for anything, please do not hesitate to contact us. Bishop Tavaris Johnson and First Lady, Evangelist Whitnei Johnson. Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal.
VERY SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS, A TRUE FRIEND, GOD BLESS YOU FAMILY.
My prayers are with you all.
To my Uncle. Although we didn't spend a lot of time together the times we had were very special to me. I always made it a priority to visit you and the family when ever I was in town. One of my most favorite memories was from my last visit. You were trimming up my hair and as you were cutting you had a smile on your face and looked at me with ao much love and said "your hair is just like your father's". At that moment I knew just how much you loved him and me. I am so sorry I never told you how much I love you and how much you mean to me while you were here. I love you Uncle William and always will. REST IN PEACE Unc. Until we meet again.
Very sorry for the loss of a wonderful friend and man of GOD. Be Blessed