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Palm Eastern Mortuary & Cemetery

7600 S Eastern Ave, Las Vegas, NV

OBITUARY

Willie Flowers Jr.

January 2, 1953May 12, 2020
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Willie Flowers Jr. was born on January 2, 1953 in Brundidge, Alabama to Agnest Mitchell.

After graduating from high school in 1972, he and a close friend, Ronnie McKinley, went to St. Paul, Minnesota where they enlisted in the Navy. Willie retired from the Navy after serving his country 24 years. He then began work as a security guard at the Hilton, which is now the Westgate Hotel and Casino.

Willie was preceded in death by his mother Agnest; brother James; and son Miguel.

He leaves to mourn his wife Mary; daughter Tia (Joseph); two sons James and Sakata (Biannka); two granddaughters Destiny and Alexis; grandson Zion; sister Mary Ellen (Robert); and a host of nieces and nephews, including Paxton (Delana) and their children, with whom he was very close.

Willie was a freehearted man, willing to help anyone in need. He loved watching old movies and westerns. Every year for his birthday and Christmas, he would have his daughter buy him a plane ticket to go back to Alabama. He loved seeing his old friends, classmates, and he kept in close contact with his old shipmates.

All will dearly miss him.

Services

30 May

Visitation

8:30 am - 10:00 am

Palm Eastern Mortuary

7600 S Eastern Ave
Las Vegas, Nevada 89123

30 May

Funeral Service

10:00 am

Palm Eastern Mortuary

7600 S Eastern Ave
Las Vegas, Nevada 89123

30 May

Committal Service

11:00 am

Palm Eastern Mortuary

7600 S Eastern Ave
Las Vegas, Nevada 89123

Memories

Willie Flowers Jr.

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Jarrett & Patricia Taylor

May 28, 2020

Our uncle Willie was a jolly, kindhearted man that loved life. His hospitality was second to none! Although we didn’t get to see him often, we kept in touch through social media. He will be sorely missed! We’re sending prayers to the family❤️

Joseph Lang

May 28, 2020

I will always have great memories of Willie cooking for us on Sundays and talking football with him, especially Alabama football. What a blessing it was for me to have him as a father-in-law! Rest In Peace Willie. ROLL TIDE!

Christopher Henderson

May 28, 2020

It Didn't Matter Whom Crossed Your Path How One lived or What they didn't Have Your treated others the Way that it Should Thanks for Your Service Rest Well Pops You had Your Business In Order .............. Your Were BAMA to Me

Tina Ely

May 27, 2020

I am going to miss you sooooo much. Our lives will never be the same. It was an honor being your daughter. We always went to dinners and celebrated every milestone. Life will never ever ever be the same. Now you’re with your mom and Miguel. RIP we love you sooo much.

Pamela Givens

May 22, 2020

Our Sincere Sympathy and Prayers for the passing of your Loved one.

Matthew 5:3–5
“Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted. Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth.”

Pamela and Timothy Givens, Sr and Family

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Biography

Willie Flowers Jr. was born on January 2, 1953 in Brundidge, Alabama to Agnest Mitchell.

After graduating from high school in 1972, he and a close friend, Ronnie McKinley, went to St. Paul, Minnesota where they enlisted in the Navy. Willie retired from the Navy after serving his country 24 years. He then began work as a security guard at the Hilton, which is now the Westgate Hotel and Casino.

Willie was preceded in death by his mother Agnest; brother James; and son Miguel.

He leaves to mourn his wife Mary; daughter Tia (Joseph); two sons James and Sakata (Biannka); two granddaughters Destiny and Alexis; grandson Zion; sister Mary Ellen (Robert); and a host of nieces and nephews, including Paxton (Delana) and their children, with whom he was very close.

Willie was a freehearted man, willing to help anyone in need. He loved watching old movies and westerns. Every year for his birthday and Christmas, he would have his daughter buy him a plane ticket to go back to Alabama. He loved seeing his old friends, classmates, and he kept in close contact with his old shipmates.

All will dearly miss him.

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