Joe Richard Stovall Jr.

June 8, 1948 - April 11, 2023

06/08/1948 - 04/11/2023

Joe Richard Stovall Jr., born in Chesapeake, Virginia on June 8th 1948 and passed away on April 11th 2023 in Norfolk, Virginia at the age of 74. He was the loving son of Joe R Stovall Sr and Blanche Stovall and brother to Martin Stovall who preceded him in death.

Joe was a devoted member of his family and community, who had a passion for bowling and spent much time at the lanes. Joe was a graduate from Booker T. Washington High School and a member of New Mt. Carmel Baptist Church in Norfolk. After 37 years, Joe retired from his job at Norfolk Southern Railroad where he served as an electrician. He proudly served his country as a member of the Army.

Joe is survived by his son, Joe R Stovall III and sister, Karen Massie & her husband (Elbert Sr); He will be dearly missed by his host of family members and friends and also his bonus daughter, Jamie Greene whom he cherished deeply.

Services for the deceased will be announced at a later date.

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K.L. Gainey
9 months ago

My condolences to the family and friends. An awesome man to many,who will be missed.
Success rarely comes easily and all of us are familiar with struggles, throughout their life. So let us lean on God, through this time of remembrance of Joe.
Don’t let your heart be troubled. For the believer will dwell in God’s house forever.

deborah
9 months ago

Lil Joe, I just want to let you know your dad loved you very much.
Karen, Joe admired you as his little sister with a big heart and always willing to help.
It’s hard to believe that our loved one, Joe, is gone. He brought us joy, made us laugh, and showed us love.
Even though he is gone, his spirit will always live on. It’s okay to reminisce, cry and laugh.
Blessings, Deborah

Carl Krippendorf
9 months ago

Rest in peace, Joe, dear friend. My condolences to family and friends.

fred weigle III
9 months ago

Worked with Joe at NS. Always had good word to share. Used to help him with rides to work on occasion. Thoughts and prayers to family and friends. Rest In Peace.

Rodney Jones
9 months ago

Rest in Peace Joe. IBEW forever

S N Jobe - Norfolk Southern RR
9 months ago

My prayers are with the family. I worked at the Railroad with Joe for several years. Joe was always a nice man and I am sure he will be missed.

Paul Montgomery
9 months ago

Condolences to all Of Joe’s family and friends.

Ken & Kimberly Share (N&W)
9 months ago

Condolences to family and friends. Sorry for your loss.

Trey Freeman
9 months ago

Rest in peace Joe

Bill McFadden
9 months ago

Rest in Peace my old friend.