Luther Bennett Justice

February 7, 1937 - June 9, 2020
Luther Bennett Justice

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Luther Bennett Justice, 83, of Wilmington passed away Tuesday evening June 9, 2020 at the Lower Cape Fear LifeCare in Wilmington.

Ben was born in Elizabethtown, NC on February 7, 1937 the son of the late Joseph Earl and Eliza Viola Jones Justice. Preceding him in death are his wife of 32 years Ann Ward Justice, brother Joseph Earl Justice, Jr. and sisters Margie J. Malpass, and Clara J. Minor.

Ben grew up in Burgaw and attended Burgaw High school, and at the age of 17 enlisted in the United States Navy. He was known for his many skills in the community and could fix and repair most anything. He could be seen in Leland at the flea market each week, and was a master lawn mower repairman. He attended the Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall on South 16th street.

He leaves behind many friends including sisters Cynthia Justice, Frances J. Malpass and husband George, and Sandra J. Wells.

Services are being planned and will be announced soon.

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  • June 12, 2020
    John and Nancy Edwards says:
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you. May The Lord be with you . Love you all!

  • June 12, 2020
    Wesley & Jo Lynn Quick says:
    We were so sorry to hear of Ben's passing. He was such an wonderful person. He always was there is you needed him. He was such a fabulous person when Wes was diagnosed with Cancer. We will truly miss him. The famliy will be in our thoughts and prayers. May Jehovah wrap you all up in his arms and give you the comfort you need at this time (1 Peter 5:10). Soon Ben will wake up and not have any health issues (Isaiah 33:24) (Acts 24:15) Love, Wesley, Jo Lynn and Fran Quick

  • June 16, 2020
    Gordon and Mary Riseborough says:
    We are so sad to lose our dear friend Ben! He was the kindest gentleman you could ever meet... and had the warmest smile you could ever see!! He can rest now from all his hard work. We'll carry on the Ministry until we have the joy of hugging him again.

  • June 24, 2020
    Cindy Newman says:
    My late husband, Gerald, called Ben, "Gentle Ben." He was such a humble, kind man and we will miss him very much. We enjoyed service and sharing times at K&W.

  • July 21, 2020
    Elijah Glover says:
    I miss my friend Ben we a lot of great time together,talk about his career,also how much came to Love Jehovah,he told spent over year 50 in year other religion, he said true religion when got too know Jehovah and his purpose, he has been a great friend I talk to Ben the beginning of June we talk good time and how he was feeling, tell me he appointments coming up. Sorry for your family loss a Brother,Uncle,and friend. He Loved his sister he,wish they would come to know the ture God Jehovah like he did still hold out hope for them and all his family. Isaiah 26:19,25:8,9, John 5:28,29 11:26