Junior “Blue” Croom, 32, of Wallace left this earthly life for his eternal rest on Friday, September 29, 2017.
Born on November 4, 1984 in Duplin County, he was the son of Roger Lee Croom, Sr. of Spokane, WA and Pam Rivenbark Register and husband, Ray of Wallace. He was predeceased by his maternal grandfather, Edward Carraway, his paternal grandparents, Lawrence and Elizabeth Croom and step grandfather, Billy Register.
Surviving in addition to his parents, is his daughter, Carleigh Croom; the love of his life, Beth Lunsford of Willard; his brother, Tyler English (Ashley); sisters, Tammy Bowen (Jason) and Frankie Croom (Perez); maternal grandmother, Shirley Carroway and step grandmother, Janet Register; step-sisters, Victoria Register and Kayla Register; step-brother, Mathew Register and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family and friends.
Junior or "Blue" as he was affectionately called, was a fun loving young man who loved life and had a heart of gold. He enjoyed fast cars, four-wheeling, motorcycles and drag racing. With a friendly personality and witty spirit, “Blue” was a joy to be around. He loved to play jokes and was a great prankster to his family and friends. He enjoyed being outside; working in the yard and building things. “Blue” will surely be missed but treasured memories will forever remain in the hearts of those who knew and love him.
Funeral service will be held at 12 Noon on Thursday, October 5, 2017 at Quinn-McGowen Funeral Home Wallace Chapel with the Reverend Jimmy Johnson officiating.
Burial will follow the service at Riverview Memorial Park, Watha.
The family will receive friends from 11:00 to 12 Noon, one hour prior to the funeral service at the funeral home.
You may share your memories and send condolences to the family by selecting our “Guestbook” or “Share a Memory” above.
Quinn-McGowen Funeral Home and Cremation Center of Wallace, NC 910-285-4005
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Submitted by Tammy Bowen on Oct 24 2017 06:59:01 PM
It was a Honor to be your step dad.You were loved & will be missed.
Submitted by Ray Register on Oct 17 2017 02:06:07 AM
You brought so much love, joy, and laughter to all that knew you . You had a heart of gold. Always willing to lend a helping hand . You were my World , having you and being blessed to be your Mother I will always be grateful for . You will never be forgotten and live in our hearts forever . I hope you and your father David are having a blast in Heaven. Until I see you again . Your Mother
Submitted by Pam Register on Oct 17 2017 02:01:56 AM
Beth Lunsford lit a candle for Junior “Blue” Croom
Beth Lunsford lit a candle on Oct 16 2017 01:09:59 AM
Frankie Croom lit a candle for Junior “Blue” Croom
Frankie Croom lit a candle on Oct 16 2017 01:08:31 AM
I heart goes out to you all. I seen all the pictures and got to see who you were to your family and how much you mean to them. You were loved and loved them right back. I prayer for your family to get through these moments because are so very hard. I've been through it. You are always in their hearts and I know you will always be right their with them. You went way to soon just as my son did. You were a special angel God needed too. I'm here fir you Tammy and Mrs.Pam if you ever need a ear. Hugs to you all and I'm thinking of you. Bless you all. Remember he is always right there with you. Hugs.
Submitted by Lisa Lopez on Oct 5 2017 08:56:04 PM
I’m trying to wrap my mind around this...you were my best homeboy in school. I stayed on you about your school work and told you that you will graduate, I’m not giving up on you (you did, buddy!) Always cracking jokes made my day when I was stressed out. Our memories of laughter and fighting will always remain in my heart. Rest on baby, no more pain until we meet again...
Submitted by Jessica Lewis on Oct 4 2017 02:09:23 PM
kimberly wiiliams & Toni Bain lit a candle for Junior “Blue” Croom
kimberly wiiliams & Toni Bain lit a candle on Oct 4 2017 09:05:22 AM
im stil in shock. i just seen you. i pray this day would never come... we had alot of fun growing up... alot of happy memories... i am going to miss you more than you wil ever know.. i love you junior till we meet again rest in peace my friend... i know il see you again.. prayers to ms pam Beth and family.
Submitted by Kimberly Rivenbark on Oct 4 2017 08:59:01 AM
Our deepest sympathies go out to your family. May treasured memories of precious moments together help ease the pain in this time of sorrow. May the peace of God soothe your hearts and bring comfort as you rely on him to help you through the difficult days ahead. Philippians 4:6-7
Submitted by Mike and Donna on Oct 4 2017 07:22:52 AM
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