Willie J. Prince was born on January 28, 1941, in Pittsburgh, PA. He was the son of the late Detroit Prince and Gladys Lee Cambric and was also raised by Ira Cambric, Sr (Step-father). The loving brother of Ralph Prince, Horace Prince, Alfred Cambric and Ira Cambric, Jr. (Manny).
He attended South Vo-Tech High School where he graduated with honors and was a part of the National Honors Society. He retired from University of Pittsburgh after 32 years of dedicated service.
Those whom he knew would declare him to be a man of integrity, ethics and good character. He had a deep profound love for his Savior Jesus Christ as well as his family.
He took Pride in being a son, husband, father and brother. There wasn't anything more important to him than family. His character, values, love and memories will live on within each and everyone of us. As he would say, "GOD broke the mold when HE made me".
He is preceded in death by his mother, Gladys Cambric, father Detroit Prince, Step-father Ira Cambric and brothers Ralph Prince and Horace Prince.
He leaves to cherish his memory a loving wife Sherdina Prince, two children, a son Willie D. Prince (Matearia) and daughter, Ronelle Lynn Stevenson. He also leaves to moun six grandchildren, Danielle Stevenson, Dominique Stevenson, Cameron Moultrie, Briana Prince, Wilina Prince, William Prince, two nieces Dedra Cambric, Danean cambric-Brown and two nephews Eric McGhee and Ira Cambric., III. A host of great nieces, great nephews, among other relatives and friends whom will cherish him and the memory of him forever.