"Sometimes it's hard to why some things have to be, but in his wisdom, God has planned beyond our powers to see"
On Friday, September 4, 2020 in Hartsville, South Carolina, God knocked on the door and chose another one of his precious children, the soul of Mr. Willie Edward Major Jr.
He was born on October 27, 1953 in Sumter S.C., a son of the late Mr. Willie Major Sr. and Mrs. Lula Mae Major.
He attended the public schools of Sumter County. He was formally employed as a Truck driver, Browns mobile home towing, and The Sound of Sumter.
"Push" as he was affectionately called was a delight to his friends and a joy to his family.
In addition to his parents Willie Major Sr. and Lula Mae Wright Major he was preceded in death by two sisters: Jeanette Vaughn, Deborah Ann Major, two brothers, Abraham Major and Isaac Major. one grandson Anthony Logan Jr.
Push leaves to cherish his precious memories: four daughters: Dorothy Davis and Tela Franklin of Sumter, SC, Shakema Logan of Charlotte N.C. and a bonus daughter Valarie Logan of Sumter, five sons, Cedric Simon, Anthony Logan and Leon Logan, Quintez (Yulanda) Ford all of Sumter, Kenneth (Tamika) Franklin of Fayetteville, N.C, one sister, Carolyn Major Of New York, twenty-three grandchildren including Shaniqua "Boo" Holliday, Draya "Sunshine" Brown, and Jordyn Jackson, twenty-four great-grandchildren a special nephew Gerald Vaughn and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends that are deeply grieved by his passing.
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