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Herbert Marvin Howington Jr.
January 28, 1951 ~ February 3, 2024 (age 73) 73 Years Old
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Herbert Howington Jr. Obituary
Mr. Herbert Marvin Howington (Buddy) Jr., of 1304 Rice Rd Lumberton, NC was born in Robeson County to the late Herbert Marvin Howington Sr. and Reather Jane Thompson Howington. He departed his earthly home on February 3, 2024.
In addition to his parents, Mr. Howington was preceded in death by his brother Anon Spencer Howington.
Mr. Howington leaves to cherish his memories with his wife Cheryl Howington of 47 years. One son Scottie Howington (Angela Howington) of Lumberton, one daughter Heather Chavis (Sean Chavis) of Fairmont. His sisters, Brenda Bruce of Winston Salem NC, Rosalyn Locklear of Vanceboro NC, Marla Heeks (Bobby Heeks) of Raeford NC, Kim Wright (Paul Wright) of Rockfish NC, two brothers, Darryl Howington of Hope Mills NC, and Horace Denton Howington of Maxton NC. He also leaves to cherish his memories with his grandchildren Cole Lowe, Rachel Locklear, Caleb Howington, Nicholas Locklear, Savannah Chavis, Brooklynn Howington, Sean (SJ) Chavis Jr, and a host of nieces and nephews.
Mr. Howington served on the Deacon board at Burnt Swamp Baptist Church. He loved his church and his church family and he loved playing golf with his brothers in Christ. He was also a beloved Duke Basketball fan and he shared this with his son Scottie. Mr. Howington loved the Lord the most and his life was a direct reflection of that.