POWELLSVILLE, NC – William Quinton “Billy” Liverman, III, age 51, of Bethlehem Church Road, passed away on Sunday, January 10, 2021 at the Vidant Roanoke Chowan Hospital of Ahoskie, NC.
Billy was born on May 2, 1969 to William Quinton Liverman, Jr. and Martha Eaton Liverman in Ahoskie, NC. Billy worked as the maintenance supervisor for NCDOT. He was a loving devoted husband and father to his family. He was a dedicated member of Powellsville United Methodist Church. Billy was a true Christian man that loved to show others about God through his life. He enjoyed his motorcycle, painting, drawing, and doing things with his children such as the fun trips to Busco. He was a true friend to many and will be deeply missed.
Along with his parents, Billy was preceded in death by his twin sons, Andrew & Ben Liverman.
Left to cherish Billy’s memory is his wife Tina, a son, David Liverman; a daughter, Alyssa Liverman, all of the home; a sister, Sylvia Lamm and husband Wayne of Rocky Mount; four nieces, Sarah Lamm, Christina Saunders, Aleini Saunders, and Micah Saunders; and a special aunt, Ann Mizelle of Ahoskie; along with numerous extended family and friends.
The family will receive friends Wednesday evening, January 13, 2021, from 5:00 pm until 6:30 pm at Garrett-Sykes Funeral Service, Ahoskie, NC, and other times at the home.
Due to the restrictions and precautions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic the family ask that everyone wear face coverings and follow social distancing procedures. We will also be conducting a temperature check for those attending the visitation.
A celebration of life graveside service will be held on Thursday, January 14, 2021, at 2:00 pm at the Highland Memorial Gardens, Ahoskie, NC, with Rev. Walter Johnson officiating.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation, National Headquarters, ATTN: Financial Operations, 733 Third Avenue, Ste. 510, New York, NY 10017, or online by clicking here
Garrett-Sykes Funeral Service – Ahoskie Chapel is handling the arrangements for the Liverman family and online condolences can be directed to the family by visiting www.garrettsykesfs.com.
We are deeply saddened by Billy’s home going.
May God strengthen your family.
Mrs. Liverman, so sorry to hear of your loss. Didn’t know your husband, but by reading the other posts, I now understand why JaeMarien and I were immediately attached to you when he was in the 4th grade. Your spirits were captivating. God bless and know that we are praying for you and your family….. Sincerely, Patricia Johnson and JaeMarien Harrell..
I offer my sincere condolences at this time for the entire Liverman family .I am at a lost for words totally heartbroken. But I dare not question the will of God. I am the manager at Burger King where Billy came everyday for breakfast.always a kind young man who loved his family dearly. He will truly be missed..We will continue to keep your family uplifted in our prayers.God Bless You.
Tina, David, and Alyssa. Billy will surely be missed and it will be hard to fill that void in my heart. We shared many issues at work, off the job, and more. The love he had for every individual he encountered was amazing. He would bend over backwards to lend a helping hand to anyone. May God give you all strength to endure day by day. I pray that God will allow those great memories you had with Billy to comfort you. God bless
Nothing but love for you my brother.
Tina, David and Alyssa..no words..just know..have great memories of you guys coming to Sylvan Heights! children were a joy to have around! Prob not children any more..Have your family in my prayers..
Tina, David & Alyssa ~ Micah and I have you in our prayers. Billy was such a wonderful man. I’m so sorry for your loss.
Tina, I am so sorry to hear about Billy. I always had the pleasure talking with him at Ms. Anne’s house when she was babysitting Michael. If there is anything you need, please let me know.
When Tina’s biological Dad (Harold) and I (the step-Dad) walked her down the isle, we sensed that Billy would be a good Husband. We did not realize how great a Husband and Father this man would be. Tina knew. The years have proven that Billy was the kind of man that every Father wants for his Daughter and wants his son to be like. That walk down the isle was one of, if not the most, significant and successful acts I have ever participated in. Thank you Billy❤️
Billy & I grew up together. He always treated me like I was his little sister. In his teenage years he came to my house and played cards with my Grandma (Grandma Russell to everyone) for hours. When she passed away, Billy was right there to lend his support, even though we hadn’t seen each other in years.
To all of Billy’s family we hope you know Billy is still with you. I knew him and Sylvia as children when they lived at the end of Godwin Rd. and many years later met you all at Ridgecroft when David and Alana were classmates. David learned well from his Dad how to be a gracious and caring person. We are so sorry to lose a truly good person when we need all those we can get.