Julius Enoch Denny, Jr.

By April 20, 2015 Obituaries

Julius Enoch Denny Jr. (better known as “Buddy”), 68, of Goose Creek, SC, passed away on April 17, 2015.
He was born in Norfolk, VA, to the late Mary Pendleton Denny and Julius E. Denny Sr.
Buddy retired after 30 years of service with Ford Motor Company/ Norfolk Assembly Plant and was currently employed by ABM as a parking maintenance employee.
He is survived by three children, J.E. “Little Buddy” Denny, III and his wife, Ashley, Lindsey Denny and Benjamin Denny; and his wife, Tammy.
Also survived by his sisters, Joyce Denny Stroud, husband Shelton, Jeanette Denny Fussell, and his brother, Jimmy Denny and wife, Jennifer. He is also survived by many cousins, nieces, and nephews. Buddy was also predeceased by his brother in law, Joe Fussell.
A celebration of Buddy’s life will be held on April 23rd at 2:00 p.m. at Simplicity Lowcountry Cremation and Burial Services: 7475 Peppermill Pkwy, Suite E North Charleston, SC 29418; phone number 843- 767- 8057.
Friends and family visitation will be held at 1p.m with a service at 2p.m. He will be laid to rest at Parks Cemetery, Summerville.


  • gloria johnson says:

    so sorry for loss in your family.took a long time to find this.my prayers are with all.

  • Paris Polite says:

    I had the pleasure to met and work with Buddy at Republic Parking System and ABM Parking Soultions, he was a great guy, that I’ve gain a relationship with over the years. He would always give great advice when needed, often time we shared work, and personal stories. He was a dedicated employee that worked hard. He was a pleasure to know. May God continue to give the family strength during your time of breavement. psalm 30:5 “Weeping May endureth for a night, but joy cometh in the morning”. Earth has no sorrow that God can not heal, may God add strength to the family daily.

  • Tom Bradley says:

    I worked with Buddy maintaining the cameras in the parking garages. I would always help him download important videos of incidents. Sometimes it would take forever if they requested a long span of time and we would always sit and talk about anything and everything. He would always talk about his daughter and ask about my wife and kids. There will never be another Buddy. He literally did everything in those garages. He will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.