Queen Junious was born on Thursday, June 29, 1961 in Clarendon County to the late Ralph C. L. Junious and Bessie Ellison Junious.
She educated in the public schools of Clarendon County. At an early age she became a member of Greater St. Phillip R. U. M. E. Church, Pinewood, South Carolina.
On Tuesday, April 7, 2020, Queen Junious entered into eternal rest at Prisma Health Tuomey in Sumter, South Carolina. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by one sister, Victoria Junious Stevenson.
She leaves to cherish her precious memories; two daughters, Laticka Junious of the home and Tiffany (Darell) Parker of Georgia; two sons, Jeremy Junious of Columbia, SC and Herbert Junious of Sumter, SC; a grand-daughter that she raised as her own, Essence Junious Johnson; eight additional grandchildren, Kaliyah Parker, Keshawn Parker, Khamari Jones, Za’Kiya Livingston, Mikhail Randolph, Imani Junious, Brooklyn Junious, and Braylen Junious; two brothers, Charlie (Barbara) Junious and Joseph (Carolyn) Junious, both of New York; seven sisters, Rosa Mae Junious Williams of St. Paul, Margret Junious Simon of Florida, Patricia (Willie) Junious Canty of New Jersey, Mary Junious, Willene Junious, Lula Junious Brown and Annie Junious Babb, all of New York; a special niece, Joanne Williams of Virgina; a special nephew, Hazel Junious of Summerton, SC and a host of additional nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends.
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