William Harold Futch Jr.

October 4, 1949January 6, 2019
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Mr. William Futch Jr., 69, entered into rest on Sunday, January 6, 2019.

Mr. Futch was a member of Fleming Baptist Church but attended Trinity Baptist Church. He was passionate about Harley Davidson and his Volkswagens. Mr. Futch was a jack of all trades and enjoyed working on anything that had a motor. He was someone who never met a stranger.

Mr. Futch is preceded in death by his parents, William Harold Futch Sr. and Dolores Futch; brother, James Everett Futch; and step-son, Billy Brunty Jr. Survivors include his children, Kelli James, Ray Harold “Bug” Futch (Dana), and Rebecca Futch; siblings, Mark Futch (Rebecca) and Lisa Reid (Chris); his care-taker and companion, Johnnie McDaniel; grandchildren, Meghan Lowe (Marc), Shane Thompson (Kristen), Maci James, Maggie James and Elizabeth Futch; nieces and nephews, Amy Williamson (Mark) and their children Bryce and Cole, Christopher Reid (Mollie), Jennifer Reid (Matt Connor) and Jessica Reid; and his best friend, John Price.

The family will receive friends on Wednesday, January 9, 2019 from 6-8pm at Elliott Sons Funeral Home on Columbia Road. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, January 10, 2019 at the Columbia Road Chapel of Elliott Sons Funeral Home at 11am with Rev. Joe Woods officiating. Pallbearers who will honor Mr. Futch are Jerry James, John Price, John Whitledge, Mark Williamson, Kevin Masserant and Bryan Nimmons.


  • Jerry James, Active Pallbearer
  • John Price, Active Pallbearer
  • John Whitledge, Active Pallbearer
  • Mark Williamson, Active Pallbearer
  • Kevin Masserant, Active Pallbearer
  • Bryan Nimmons, Active Pallbearer


  • Funeral Service Thursday, January 10, 2019

William Harold Futch Jr.

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Sheila Reel

January 10, 2019

Harold was my brother in law for many years. I remember seeing him everyday with his cup of coffee in hand and a pack of Kools. Wishing his family peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. Harold will remain in our hearts forever. Sheila Reel

Terry Bowden

January 9, 2019

I will always have many fond memories of Harold. We were good friends back in the day in our neighborhood in South AUGUSTA. He was a kind person and I looked on him like an older brother. He will be missed for a while. Yet, someday we will see each other again in Christ’s Kingdom. That is my comfort.

Moose Riddle

January 8, 2019

You will be missed by many. Rest In Peace. A better place awaits you.

Tom and Martha Lamb

January 8, 2019

Harold Jr. Was one of a kind never met a stranger always a smile on his face.He will be missed now and always. Our thoughts, love ands prayers for his family. Love, Tom and Martha Ellen

Susan Metz

January 8, 2019

Although I’ve only met Harold twice, he was a pleasure to be around. He will be missed his family and community.

Susan Metz

Wanda Meyers WIlliams

January 8, 2019

I remember Harold fondly as one of my classmates at Sego and Butler. He was a fun loving guy. Been years since I have seen him. RIP Harold.

Mary Coombs

January 8, 2019

Harold, Jr. Always had a smile on his face and could make you laugh. We were very close growing up and had a lot of fun when we were all together. I know he will be missed. My love and prayers for Lisa, Mark and all of his family at this time. Love and miss you all.

Greg Glover

January 8, 2019

Can’t believe he’s gone. Though time took us in different directions, love and friendship kept us close. A great family friend. I can’t remember life without the family. My heart sorrows.

Korey Plewinski

January 7, 2019

It was an honor to help take care him. He made it thru some incredible challenges. Even with those challenges and being ill, all he wanted to talk about was his family, and getting back on his bike. Lincoln and I are praying for you all.

Stephanie New

January 7, 2019

I loved our phone conversations Diddy. R.I.H.