Respectfully, we honor the life of , Mr. Wiilie Lee Edwards, Jr. Affectionately known to all as, "Pee Wee", he is a resident of Ruffin, South Carolina.
Son of the late Willie Lee & Annie Lee Edwards, Sr.; Willie was born March 11, 1964. Educated in the public schools of Colleton County, Willie graduated from High School class of 1982. Entering the work force upon completing his educational studies, Willie was a supervisor over the custodians at the Hendersonville Elementary School in Walterboro, South Carolina. Confessing his faith in God and accepting Jesus as his Savior, Willie became a member of the Indian Creek Holiness Church of Ruffin, South Carolina, under the leadership of Apostle Kenneth Broughton.
Understanding he who findeth a wife, findeth a good thing, Willie was joined in holy matrimony to Mrs. Melanie Howard Edwards. Affectionately known as “Pee Wee” by all who knew and loved him; he was a loving husband, father, brother, grandfather, uncle and so much more. He possessed a love for horses, outdoors and his family.
On Friday: January 31, 2020, at the Trident Medical Center, Willie entered into his eternal rest. He has left a void on this physical side, however, his portraits of life shall forever live on.
Preceding him in death is one daughter, Kimeyata Linder.
Left to cherished fond memories are: wife, Melanie Edwards: children; Dominique Edwards (Belgrave), Deonte Dicks, Felicia, Pierre, Deshaun Holmes, Danziel “Weezy” Chapman, Phylicia “Lee Lee” Thomas, Kiondra Edwards, Latrell Fryar, Shaye Edwards, Keneyata Linder, Phillip Harley and Trayvon Harley: twenty six grandchildren: step-children, Brittany (TC) Muckelvaney and Jerry Rowell: two sisters; Iris Edwards and Zelda (Benjamin) White: aunts, Janie Edwards, Gertrude Jamison, Mable Broughton, Angie Givens, Lula Broughton, Joann Jones and Mildred Yates: uncles, Bishop Howard Broughton and Lewis Jamison: special nephew, Donovan Edwards; along with a host of numerous other relatives and friends.
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