Aug 20, 2026 – Dec 05, 2011
Nelson POP” Kincheloe Jr. passed away at his residence in Mineral VA on Monday December 5th. He had served his country in the US Army; veteran of World War II with the 11th
Airborne Division he was a member of Forest Hill Baptist Church and was a farmer.
“Pop” was the son of the late William N. and Martha W. Kincheloe and husband of the late Doris Jean Kincheloe. He was also preceded in death by a brother Leo daughter-in-law Jeannie Kincheloe and his aunt Hazel Poteet.
Survivors include his sons Kenny Kincheloe Willie Kincheloe and his wife Shirley; a daughter Diane Wolfe and her husband Tim; eight grandchildren and seventeen great-grandchildren.
The family will receive friends from 6:00-8:00pm on Sunday December 11 2011 at Woodward Funeral Home; where a funeral will be held 9:30 am Monday December 12 2011; officiated by Pastor Kenny Kincheloe and Pastor Steve McClary. Burial will follow in Quantico National Cemetery; Quantico VA.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made in “Pop’s” name to Forest Hill Baptist Church; 4409 S. Spotswood Trail Louisa VA 23093.
Our heartfelt sympathy to family and friends.
There aren`t words that exist that can express just how much you`re loved! I couldn`t have selected a better grandfather myself! You`ve always had the biggest heart & the purest love in your eyes! You always gave the best hugs;& I`m not just saying that because I`m female; We all know you loved the ladies; HaHa & boy did they love you!I`m going to dearly miss seeing you in the back pew every Sunday morning & your hug every Sunday after church.You will always be loved by my family. I will ensure that my children always remember their Pop. Well, actually you were everyone`s Pop!I`m sure you are in Heaven dancing with Mamaw & my mom Memaw. Heck you`re probably swinging them both around on a dance floor!If I had to describe you in one word; genuine. A true genuine man is hard to find these days. I`m blessed to have had a few in my life & you`re definitely one of them! We love you Pop! & I just have to add…Go COWBOYS!I`ll be seeing you again someday.
MY DEEP AND HEARTFELT SYPATHY TO THE FAMILY. JUNIOR WAS A DEVOTED HUSBAND FATHER AND GRANDFATHER. HIS SERIVCE AS A PARATROOPER IN WWII WAS THAT OF A BRAVE, BRAVE MAN. ALTHOUGH HE LIVED A LONG LIFE HIS PASSING TOUCHES MANY LIVES.
Uncle Jr. you were a big part of my childhood. You always knew how to make me laugh. The memories I will cherish forever.
POP, we will miss you dearly