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July 24, 2023
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Randall “Bro. Loffus” James Williams, peacefully transitioned from death to eternal life with his heavenly Father on July 24, 2023 surrounded by his loving family. Born on October 21, 1941 in Aliquippa, PA, he was the oldest child of Harold Jr. and Anna Mae Turner-Williams and attended Aliquippa Public Schools.
Randy received Christ as his personal Lord and Saviour on July 21, 1990 and was ordained as deacon during services at Christian Lighthouse Ministries in Aliquippa and was currently a member of Out of the Box Ministries in Chesapeake. He loved family gatherings, especially cookouts and was an avid Pittsburgh Steeler fan. A self-trained remodeling contractor, Randall was employed at J&L Steel Corporation, Aliquippa for 40+ years. Following his retirement, he and his “best friend” relocated to Chesapeake, VA where he was employed by Chesapeake Public Schools for over 13 years.
In addition to his parents,he was preceded in death by two brothers, Erben and Arnold Williams and a sister, Selma; paternal grandparents, Harold Jr. and Elizabeth Williams; maternal grandparents, Jesse and Pearline Turner, and a grandson, Terence “Bud” Smith.
Cherishing wonderful memories are his loving wife, Bernice “Bunny” Revis WIlliams; three devoted children, Pastor Terence (Piding) Williams, Stacy (Coster) Thompson and Shawn “Wally” (Stacy) Williams; a sister, Darlene Giles; 17 grandchildren, many great-grandchildren and spiritual children; nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and life-long special friends, Raleigh “Ben” Doby, Pastor Alvin Flowers, Jethro McCoy and Jess Champ.