Shannon A. Justice
Wednesday 12th of August 1981 - Saturday 29th of December 2018
Shannon A. Justice, 37, passed away December 29, 2018. Shannon was born to Noland Hudson and Beverly Justice in Lexington, Kentucky on August 12, 1981. He is a member of Consolidated Baptist Church, a mentor, a carpenter, and a true humanitarian. Shannon was a firm believer in giving back to his community. He was the owner of Justice Properties and worked tirelessly to rehabilitate existing homes in the Lexington area. He loved to travel the world and spend time with his family. He was well liked by his colleagues and greatly admired by friends and family. Shannon’s greatest life accomplishment and pride were his two sons, Talen and Trenton. He will always be remembered for his genuine smile, loving spirit, and dedication to his family.
In addition to his parents, Shannon is survived by his loving wife, Dawn Justice; sons, Talen Justice-Rice and Trenton Justice; brother, Noland (Brittany) Justice; sisters, Evonne (Devin) Justice-Sanford and Nola Justice, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.
Family will receive friends for visitation Saturday January 5th from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm at Consolidated Baptist Church located at 1625 Russell Cave Road, Lexington, KY. Funeral service will commence at 1:00 pm with Pastor Richard Gaines presiding.
To share a remembrance of Shannon or offer condolences to his family, please visit milwardfuneral.com.
I’m so sorry to hear this. Our sons used to play on the same football team. There are no words that will change how you feel. Continue to pray and I will keep you all in my prayers.
Your family lived around the street from my grandmother. Shannon and my cousin were good friends way back when they were in elementary school. I grew to know Shannon again as an adult and worked with him as well as the work he did around the city. He will truly truly be missed. He was an awesome guy and that giggle was my favorite. He was so kind. My family sends condolences to your family during this time. God be a comforter.
I sincerely give my condolences to Shannon's wife, children, and family in this time of need. I've been knowing Shannon since elementary school and he was always a kind and laid back person. May God keep you all covered and comfort you.
Shannon brought smiles to everyone he encountered at Beaumont Middle. My deepest condolences to your family.
I work with Shannon at Yates he was the most kindness gentle person that you could ever meet. You always know that no matter how good or bad your day was going Shannon would come through the door or down the hall with that big bright smile and your day just got better I just want to say I am sorry for your loss I Thank god I had the pleasure of knowing Shannon heaven has a angel that’s made a lot coworkers and kids days may you Rest In Peace my friend.
To the family I pray that God will comfort you during this time of grief and shower you with his love. I never got the chance to meet Shannon but through working with his sister Nola and the love she holds for her family has made me feel the love for him and the rest of you. Prayers and my love sent 💕