Louis Majors, Sr.

  • Born: January 28, 1936
  • Died: May 13, 2019
  • Location: Alexandria, Virginia

Greene Funeral Home

814 Franklin Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

Tel. (703) 549-0089

Tribute & Message From The Family

Louis James Majors Sr. was born on January 28, 1936 in The Plains, Va., to December Lambert and Nathaniel Ford. At an early age Louis moved to Alexandria Virginia and stared attending Joseph's Catholic School and Church. He later converted to Catholicism and remained an active member of St. Joseph's until his health failed him in 2013.

Louis met the love of his life at the age of 18, Shirley Norton, and after a brief courtship, they were united in Holy Matrimony on October 28, 1954 by Fr. John Malloy at St. Joseph Catholic Church. From the two of them, Louis Jr., Kenneth, June, Patricia, Sharon, Curtis, Anthony, Eric and George were born.

On Monday, May 13, 2019, Louis departed his earthly home to spend eternity with his Heavenly Father. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife of 47 years, Shirley DeLois Majors, his sons, Louis Majors Jr., Kenneth Majors Sr., George Ward and a son-in-law, Larry Webster, Sr. Also preceding him in death were his siblings Irene, Rosie, Gladys, Nathaniel, Margaret and Leroy.

He leaves to cherish his memory his children, June, Patricia, Curtis, Anthony and Eric. Three daughter-in-laws, Amanda (Anthony), Stephanie (George) and Sherenna (Kenneth). His sister-in-law, Phyllis Norton and his brother-in-law, Joseph Boutte. A dear cousin-in-law, Sister Mary Katharine Brent, O.S. P., and a host of grand and great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

He also leaves to cherish his memory a longtime dear friend, Kizzie Smith and extended family, Rose and "Rae".
And last but certainly not least, his tried and true, trusted and faithful, there till the end, his four-legged "BEST" friend…..BARRY WHITE SMITH-MAJORS!!!


Condolence & Memory Journal

Uncle Louis,

I have a lot of memories of you when I was growing up. Me and my sisters, wanted to spend the night at the house with you and aunt Shirley. We had fun playing with our cousins, laughing, joking, talking, and eating together. There is a lot more good times, but to much to type. I will cherish and hold the memories, I had shared with you and aunt Shirley for the rest of my life! I will always love and miss you! You will be truly missed! May God continue to bless all of us!

Lots of love,


Posted by Linda Baxter Mornot - Stafford, VA - Family   May 16, 2019