Julius Childs

February 19,1957 - February 24,2019

Obituary for Julius Childs

Julius Stanley Childs of Fredericksburg, Virginia went home to be with the Lord on February 24, 2019 at 11 am.

He was born February 19, 1957 to the late Louise and Julius Childs. He attended Caroline County Schools.

He was preceded in death by his parents and one child, Aaron Childs. He leaves to cherish his memories, Beatrice Childs whom he raised as his own, one brother, Ronald Childs of Arkansas, five sisters, Venita Childs and Gaynell Lambert both of Virginia, Frances Childs of North Carolina, Juliet and Tarita Childs of Washington, DC, Mary Head a special friend and one uncle, Chester Pierce, one aunt, Dorthea Austin both of Virginia, one grand son Juleahl and one great grandson both of Virginia along with a host of family and friends.

Stanley worked as a construction worker as a laborer and building bridges for various Construction companies. He was known to be a hard worker and in his spare time was a “true” fisherman. Stanley lived his life to the fullest with a determined spirit and a made-up mind. During his early years he was a member of the Long Branch Baptist Church and participated in many activities and returned to the church of his childhood.




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Long Branch Baptist Church
14292 Long Branch Rd
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Long Branch Baptist Church
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Thinking of all Mr Childs sisters and brother at this time. God bless you. Janet Coleman
- janet coleman
- douglas brown
My condolences to the family and friends of Junior Childs, lovingly called. He will be truly missed. I could always, always depend on him for a good laugh, a big smile, cook outs and just plain fun. He always had an open ear to hear what was going on; an open heart and words to ease whatever it was that looked like trouble or pain. “Death is no enemy of man; it is a friend who, when the work of life is done, just cuts the cord that binds the human boat to earth, that it may sail on smoother seas. Weeping may endure for the night, but joy does come in the morning.” I am glad to know you are no longer suffering and in pain. I will miss your smile and will love you forever and a day, my dear cousin, rest in peace.
- Beverly Bey
So many wonderful memories from my childhood to now that we shared. You were a very big part of our family for years. Such an AWESOME uncle. I remember when you and aunt Penny use to live with me. I couldn't wait for you to come home from work so I could laugh constantly. The long and personal talks that we had over the past month gives me peace at knowing that you are ok and resting in heaven. RIP UNCLE STAN THE MAN!!! l LOVE YOU. Heaven has gained an Angel with a Funkadelic SOUL!!!!!!! PS.. I still have one of your cassette tapes....
- Denise Smith

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