Herman Nathaniel Tolliver (Big Boy) was born January 27, 1955 to the late Bennie Tolliver Sr and his surviving mother Evelyn Tolliver.
Herman graduated from Fluvanna County High School in 1974. Him and his twin brother Bennie Tolliver Jr (PeeWee) were the first twins to break the schools record running the 100 and 200 meter dash at Fork Union Military Academy. They’ve also broken records at Fluvanna County High School as well.
He joined Cloverdale Baptist Church at a young age.
“Big Boy” loved to dance, he tore up plenty of grass in Cloverdale. He enjoyed shopping faithfully every Saturday and Sunday at his favorite local grocery stores. He was always watching his old time tv shows like “In the Heat of the night”, “Matlock and Perry Mason”, and his favorite football team the Washington Red Skins. "Big Boy" loved helping others, he may have been fast at the task but he enjoyed lending a hand when in need.
Herman was a hard worker, he worked at Ranson Supermarket in Fork Union VA along with his brother PeeWee. He also worked at the Pants factory in Fork Union VA for many years and was currently working at MACAA Food Pantry in Palmyra VA. Herman dedicated all of his time at MACAA, he never missed a day of work, took any vacations, or time off. That place was his second home and he was adored and loved there by all of his employees and customers.
Herman is proceeded in death by his brothers Leroy Lacy, Bennie Tolliver Jr (twin), and Michael Tolliver Sr
He leaves to cherish his memories, his son Delontia "Lil Bit" Woodson Sr of Buckingham VA( two grandchildren Karmen Brown and Delontia Woodson Jr.) ; daughter Kim Stovall of Buckingham VA, ( one granddaughter and two grandsons) Four brothers Wallace Lacy, of Fork union; Billy Tolliver (Laurie) Palmyra VA; David Tolliver (Cora) Buckingham VA: Terry Tolliver of Fork Union; Three sisters Bernice Williams, of Buffalo NY, Eleanor Tolliver of Fork Union VA and Rose Tolliver (Wallace) of Fork Union VA
Host of nieces, nephews relatives and so many friends.
Special friends Joe Miller (Connie) and Bertha Armstrong (William)
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