Buford Wilson Worley, Jr.

Died: Tue., Nov. 26, 2013

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Buford Wilson Worley, Jr. - BREVARD, NC -

B.W. "Buster" Worley, Jr., 58, beloved father to B.W. "Bow" Worley III (Emily) and Corrie Nevada Worley, both of Brevard, NC, passed away after a short illness of liver cancer November 26, 2013 at the VA Hospital in Asheville, NC.  He is predeceased by his father B.W. Worley Sr., his mother Shirley Nevada Love and youngest sister Felita Lorraine Worley Butler.  He is survived by his children (referenced above).  Additional survivors are his oldest sister, Mona Lisa Worley of Orlando, FL, and his twin sisters, Sherrie Worley McClung (Mike) of Brevard, NC and Claudia Worley Adams (Leland) of Aiken, SC.  B.W. was a navy veteran of 13 years and worked as a general contractor in the Brevard NC area.  He loved his NC mountains and enjoyed cooking, hiking, music and most of all his children.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent in loving memory of BW Worley, Jr. to Four Seasons Hospice, a non-profit organization, 571 South Allen Road, Flat Rock, NC 28731. 

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   Posted Tue December 03, 2013
I am so sorry for your loss.The best comfort is in the Bible.Revelations 21:4,"And he will wipe all tears from their eyes and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry or pain be anymore. The former things have passed away."I hope you find comfort in this hope.For more information go to our website: www.jw.org

Dawn "Jones" Coller
   Posted Wed December 04, 2013
I was so sorry to hear of Buster's passing. I love the photo here because it so captures his personality. He was my first love in elementary school. I so wish I had kept in touch. We camped close to Brevard many times and I would have loved to visit him. He was so funny, mischievous, cute, etc. I know he will be greatly missed by his family and those who loved him. Again, so sorry for your loss.

larry lashley
   Posted Sun December 08, 2013
I really liked Buster when he was growing up. I neve knew him as a man but I am sure he was a good one. I can tell by his picture that he was a happy person. I shaare the loss for his children and sisters.

Matt Ratliff
   Posted Sun December 08, 2013
A good friend is hard to find. I lost a very good friend when Buster passed. Although I knew him for only a couple of years I considered him a close friend. Some things I will miss: Eating Dinner at his house, Drinking coffee, Listening to Music, talking about music, watching the Sun drop behind the mountains, watching the stars, watching the seasons change, going swimming at Looking Glass falls, eating ice cream at Dollies, going to Lowes, cutting firewood, talking about just about anything, and the list goes on. Such a good guy to have as a good friend. I will all miss him very much.

Matt Ratliff