Vernon E. Souza, Jr.

November 3, 1943 - November 20, 2011
Vernon E. Souza, Jr.

Vernon E. Souza, Jr. 68 of Wilmington passed away Sunday, November 20, 2011.

He was born in Dallas, TX on November 3, 1943. His parents were Vernon E. Souza and Anna Mae Blewett Souza.

Vernon is survived by his wife, Cynthia Haigler Souza; two sons, Sean Souza and Vernon E. Souza, III; brother, Clinton Souza, two sisters, Mary Ann Smith and Annette Rold; step children, Kelly Faulk and Mark Williams.

A celebration of life ceremony will be 1 pm Wednesday, November 23, 2011 at Wilmington Funeral Chapel.

Memorial donations should be directed to the Lower Cape Fear Hospice, 1406 Physicians Dr., Wilmington,NC 28401.

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  • April 05, 2014
    Julie Souza Ramberg says:
    My step dad from 1975-1994? You taught me how to do too many things, very young. You were fun and terrifying at the same time. RIP Vern.

  • November 23, 2011
    Kelly Faulk says:
    Over the years Vern really grew on me . He will be very missed by my family especially my mother , Cynthia. Knowing he is with Christ in Heaven where there is no cancer or pain gives us all peace. If there are boats in Heaven, I am sure that he is already boating and enjoying his eternal life.

  • November 22, 2011
    Mary Ann Souza/ Smith says:
    Dear Brother, There is a place for my name in your album.There is a place for my love in your heart.There is a place for us in heaven.Where loved ones never part. Your Loving Sister Mary Ann

  • November 22, 2011
    Tasha Souza says:
    No one would ever say that Vern (my uncle) didn't live life to the fullest. His spirited charm and charismatic energy allowed him to follow various paths in life touching many along the way. I feel grateful that I had him as my uncle and, whenever he was near, I felt I also had him as a friend. He will me missed by many. Lovingly, Tasha

  • November 22, 2011
    Clint Souza says:
    As usual big brother you have gone and led the way to some new and exciting adventure.Only the two of us can and could understand and appreciate the spoken and unspoken conservations we had together over the past 66 years. At times you were not my brother but my father and at other times my son. I will miss all three of you. Your loving little Brother Clint