William Samuel Waters Jr.

2019-07-04T06:01:31+00:00

In Loving
Memory

William Samuel Waters Jr.

May 25, 1945 – Oct 03, 2018

Mr. William “Bill” Samuel Waters Jr. went to his heavenly home Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018 in Goochland, Va.

Bill is survived by his loving wife Judy Waters, daughters Stephanie Overstreet and Kelly West, and son Jamie Waters. Son-in-laws Brian Overstreet and David West, and his grandchildren Charis Overstreet, and Katie and Cody West. Bill is also survived by his brothers Gene, Darrell, and Jimmy Waters and their respective families.
Bill’s life bore witness that he lived as the hands and feet of Christ. He is remembered for his strong faith and love for others.
A memorial service followed by a visitation will be held at 4:00 pm Friday, Oct. 12th at Salem Baptist Church located at 465 Broad St Rd Manakin, Va. 23103. 1-804-784-1919
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made out to Salem Baptist Church for the (memo line) “Broad St Building Fund” or the “Gideons”. Please visit online guest book at www.lacyfuneralhome.com

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4 Comments

  1. Bernie KIrsch July 16, 2019 at 7:36 am - Reply

    My deepest sympathy is extended to the Waters family at the loss of our beloved Cradock family member.

    May he be remembered for his kindness and may he rest in peace.

  2. Martha Joyner July 16, 2019 at 7:36 am - Reply

    I still am in shock over the untimely loss of this great man, Bill Waters. It was my honor to meet him and Judy through their precious daughter Kelly, my friend. My heart hurts for all of you . Even though the hurt is deep, we can all be assured Bill is with our Lord Jesus. He was a wonderful servant for the Lord. Rest In Peace dear Bill. Judy, Kelly, and family, know that you are loved much. Prayers continue.

  3. Kathy Myers July 16, 2019 at 7:36 am - Reply

    Uncle Billy Sam. How do I summarize what he meant to me that’s befitting to the man that he was? The first thing that comes to my mind is his kind and easy smile. I’m reminded of his gift of gab and his calm demeanor. I know that he was a loving husband to my aunt and a terrific father to his children. Moreover, he was a man that was moved by his faith to serve others. While he’ll be terribly missed, we rest in the knowledge of his ascension to heaven. The last time we spoke was when Aunt Judy called to see how we were faring in Houston through Hurricane Harvey. It was so cute as it took me a minute to realize both Judy and Bill were on the phone. They caught me up on everything that was going on with my cousins and the grandchildren. Everyone knows how proud they are of their legacy and well they should be. That phone call meant the world to me and I will not forget it. I am saddened that this would be the last time we talked. Uncle Billy Sam, you were a life very well lived. What a blessing you’ve been to your family, your church, your friends, and your community. You’ll be sorely missed but we rejoice your graduation into glory.

  4. charles hughes July 16, 2019 at 7:36 am - Reply

    Judy, I am so sorry for your loss. While Bill and I were not real close I enjoyed being with you and Bill at Providence and your home. I know Bill and Callie Hughes thought the world of Bill. Chuck Hughes

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