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Willie William Brunson

August 21, 1958 ~ October 1, 2021 (age 63)

Obituary

Mr. Willie William Brunson, affectionately known as “WW”, was born to the late Mr. Sam and Mrs. Frizell Amaker Brunson on August 21, 1958. He passed at The Regional Medical Center on October 1, 2021.

 

      WW graduated from Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School in 1976.

 

He grew up assisting his family with their Brunson Hardwood Flooring business. He also worked at several local manufacturing plants and Sunbeam Bakery. He later retired from Zeus in Orangeburg.

 

 WW was baptized as a Jehovah’s Witness on April 29, 2000 and he continued to serve faithfully.

 

 His favorite hobbies were fishing and making candles for family members on special occasions. He was also the “handy man” for many.

 

WW leaves to mourn: his wife, Wanda Williams Brunson; two sons, William M. Brunson and Brenden M. Brunson; two daughters, Ebony T. Jenkins and Cassie V. Brunson; one brother, Sam Brunson, Jr.; three sisters, Carolyn Dianne B. Salley (Hercules), Mary Frances B. Randolph and his affectionate shadow baby sister (also known as his virtual twin) Vivian B. Hart (Kelvin). WW also leaves to mourn 12 grandchildren, who at one point even nicknamed him “mom”. He loved his grandchildren and he attempted to spend every waking moment he could with them.

 

WW also leaves to mourn special spiritual close friends Thomas Branch and Leroy Washington; his adopted spiritual parents, Alfred (Rea) Swanson, his close cousin, Beverly Colter; friend, Cheryl Shuler; special honorary children, David Aiken, Jeremy Reynolds, Keisha Simpson, Yolanda McMichael, and Lauren Robinson.

 

WW will truly be missed by many.

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Memorial Service
Saturday
October 9, 2021

2:00 PM
Edisto Memorial Gardens Pavilion

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