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Collins, David - Mooresville  
David Edward Collins "Dave" MOORESVILLE - David "Dave" Edward Collins, 53, of Mooresville, NC, passed away on Saturday, July 25, 2015, at his home. He was born on March 9, 1962 in Evergreen Park, IL to Ronald Daniel and Jacqueline Lang Collins. Dave graduated from Georgia Tech. He was a member of Knights of Columbus 3rd Degree. Dave began working in 1999 for Polymer Group Inc./Avintiv, Mooresville, NC as a Director of Global Strategic Sourcing. He was talented in many musical instruments including the saxophone, flute and clarinet. He was a great cook specializing in homemade pasta. He loved soccer and coached a soccer team. Dave was a member of Boy Scouts of America. He helped with many community events. His great sense of humor will be remembered by all that met him. Dave was a member of St. Therese Catholic Church. In addition to his parents, Dave is survived by his wife, Ann Maijub Collins; son, Michael Collins; brother, Dr. Kenneth Collins (Marianna) and their son, Matthew; mother-in-law, Annabella Maijub and father-in-law, Dr. A. Gabriel Maijub; brother-in-law, Dr. John Maijub (Elizabeth) and their daughter, Kendall. Visitation for family and friends will be on Tuesday, July 28, from 6-8 PM at Cavin-Cook Funeral Home. Mass will be on Wednesday, July 29, at 11:00 AM at St. Therese Catholic Church with Rev. Vincent C. Curtin, S.J. officiating. Burial will be at Mt. Carmel Catholic Cemetery, Parkersburg, WV. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the National Kidney Foundation, 4701 Hedgemore Dr., Suite 810, Charlotte, NC 28209 or the Autism Society Foundation, 4340 East-West Hwy., Suite 350, Bethesda, MD 20814. Cavin-Cook Funeral Home and Crematory is serving the Collins family.
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Published in Charlotte Observer on July 28, 2015
Coppedge, Mary - Charlotte  
Mary Raboteau Council Coppedge "Teau" CHARLOTTE - Teau Council Coppedge passed away July 25, 2015, after a brief illness. A resident of Southminster, Mrs. Coppedge was born in Lake Waccamaw, NC. The daughter of Louise Land Council and John Monroe Council, Mrs. Coppedge was a graduate of Hallsboro High School, Hallsboro, NC and Salem College, Winston-Salem. As a medical technologist, she was a member of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists. She was a member of the Mecklenburg Medical Auxiliary, and was an active member of Trinity Presbyterian Church, where she taught Sunday School and worked with the Crisis Assistance Committee. Mrs. Coppedge served on the Board of Trustees and as President of the Parents' Council at Charlotte Country Day School, and was active in the Salem Alumni Association. Mrs. Coppedge is survived by her husband of 67 years, Dr. Thomas O. Coppedge, Jr. She is also survived by her children, Thomas O. Coppedge, III, Marion (Patsy) Coppedge Bradley, John Council Coppedge, Anna Raboteau Coppedge (all of Charlotte), and Christopher Lewis Coppedge (Amarillo), their spouses, fifteen grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her grandson, Christopher Lewis Coppedge, Jr. A memorial service will be held Saturday, August 1, at 2 P.M. at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 3115 Providence Road, Charlotte, with a reception following the service. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: Trinity Presbyterian Church, 3115 Providence Road, Charlotte, NC 28211; Salem College, 601 S. Church St., Winston-Salem, NC 27101; or Lake Waccamaw Presbyterian Church, 301 Church St., Lake Waccamaw, NC 28450. Online condolences may be offered at www.HarryandBryantFuneralHome.com .
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Published in Charlotte Observer on July 30, 2015
Covington, Ellen - Charlotte  
Ellen Joyce Covington "Joy" CHARLOTTE - Joy Covington, age 88, passed away peacefully on July 30th, 2015, at The Pines in Davidson, North Carolina. Born on December 9th, 1926, Joy and her family lived in Rockingham, NC. During her childhood, they moved to Charlotte, NC where Joy lived for most of her life. She graduated from Harding High School and then attended Brevard College. Joy was a longtime employee of Weeks, Williams & Devore in Matthews, NC, where she held the position of Bookkeeper. She is survived by her sister, Mary Grace Covington of The Pines at Davidson, NC; cousins, Thomas L. Covington of Leicester, NC, Dr. Shirley Covington of Lafayette, LA, Van B. Covington of Raleigh, NC, Helen Covington Rash of Biscoe, NC, Archer Ravenel Covington of New York, NY, Simmons Covington Lettre of Bethesda, MD, Amelia Mills Lettre of Bethesda, MD, and McKinley Covington Lettre of Bethesda, MD; and special family friend, Anne Forrest of Concord, NC. She was preceded in death by her parents Richard Hobson Covington and Grace Dunlap Covington. A graveside service is scheduled for 11:00 a.m. Monday, August 3rd, 2015, at Evergreen Cemetery, 4426 Central Ave., Charlotte, NC with Pastor Ben Wilson officiating. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Joy's life. The family would like to thank the kind and caring staff of The Pines at Davidson, as well as, Hospice & Palliative Care, Lake Norman. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Music Department of Calvary United Methodist Church, Charlotte, NC. Condolences may be offered at www.HarryandBryantFuneralHome.com .
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Published in Charlotte Observer on Aug. 1, 2015
Craig, James - Charlotte  
James Craig CHARLOTTE - Mr. James Craig died on July 22, 2015. Funeral services will be Wednesday, August 5th, 12 noon at Progressive Baptist Church, 1600 Clanton Road, Charlotte, NC. Visitation at 11:30am. King's Funeral Home, 4000 Beatties Ford Rd., Charlotte, NC (704) 394 28722 is serving the Craig family.
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Published in Charlotte Observer on Aug. 3, 2015
Crosland Jr., Mr. John (Featured) - Charlotte  
When John Crosland Jr. gave $1.1 million for a new, 6-acre Dore School, renamed The John Crosland School, he surprised the late-summer 2012 ribbon-cutting crowd with a revelation. "I thought it important – really important – to help people with learning disabilities," he said in a prepared statement. "I have one. I know how difficult it was in the early days in school." Crosland Jr., for decades one of the most prominent real estate developers in the state, went on to share his philosophy, which friends say was the secret of his long success. "Don't be bothered by what other people will say about you," he said. "…if you try hard enough, you can overcome anything." Crosland died Sunday at home after a long battle with Parkinson's Disease. He was 86. Close friends always called him Red Man, for his high Scottish coloring. "Red Man recognized that he was not an Einstein," said Jake Wade, a roommate of Crosland Jr.'s at Davidson College. "But he never gave up. He would say, 'I can handle that job. I'm going to work harder than the next person. I'm going to meet the mission. Get out of the way. I'm coming through.' " "He was my hero." Bank of America's retired head Hugh McColl worked with Crosland on several projects, including the revitalization of property near the airport. "John never went off half-cocked," said McColl. "When he came into a debate, he was well-prepared. He had studied, and he had his facts down." Crosland's father, John Crosland Sr., a Richmond County native, was the son of the second-largest cotton planter in North Carolina. He moved to Charlotte in 1919, and after several other business ventures, founded the John Crosland Co. in 1937 in a one-room office in downtown Charlotte. His philosophy: Keep an eye on the books and stay out of debt. One of Crosland Sr.'s early ventures was Club Colony, a tract off Selwyn Avenue, near Myers Park Country Club. Soon he was building in Myers Park, Plaza Hills and Fair Meadows. Crosland Jr. was born Sept. 20, 1928 to John Sr. and Lillian Floyd Crosland. He was their only child. "John (Jr.) grew up in well-to-do circumstances, but he was driven to succeed as though he had grown up in nothing," said lawyer Jim Cobb, a long-time friend and distant cousin. "He didn't just build a great company," said Gov. Pat McCrory. "He stayed involved with the community and helped make Charlotte the city it is today. He never turned his back on Charlotte." Crosland Jr. was a born salesman, according to his friends. Retired Charlotte pediatrician Bo Roddey, another of Crosland's roommates at Davidson College, recalled how, as a student, Crosland Jr. worked as a sales agent for Milton's Clothing Cupboard in Chapel Hill. Roddey remembered Crosland standing up after lunch in the fraternity house to announce that Milton was coming to town. Shirts? Ties? Blazers? How many of each did the brothers want? "There was a lot of kidding about it, but it never fazed him," Roddey recalled. "That was his start in the business world." Another Crosland talent, friends said, was his ability to laugh at himself. Roddey recalled a trip with Crosland Jr. and a few others to the historic Homestead resort outside Hot Springs, Va. The group spent most of its time playing tennis. "John hit the ball well and looked pretty good on the court," said Roddey. "But he couldn't get his serve in." The group agreed to give Crosland three serves to their one. A crowd gathered, according to Roddey, puzzled that one man was allowed more serves than the others. "It didn't faze him," Roddey said. "He was happy to get those extra serves." In 1951, he graduated from Davidson College and, in December, married Parker Shackelford. In 1954, after two years with the Army in Korea and Japan, he joined his father as vice president of the company. Five years later, he was elected president of the Charlotte Home Builders Association. "John goes before boards," recalled former Observer business editor M.S. Van Hecke, "and he's red-haired and doesn't have much of a manner about him. He gradually mellowed over the years – I wouldn't say he became suave – but he became quite a competent public speaker." "He was a gentle giant," said McCrory. Hugh McColl and wife Jane bought a John Crosland house in Beverly Woods when they moved to Charlotte. "John gave you a good house for a good price," said McColl. "While his neighborhoods were comfortable and affordable," said Van Hecke, "they lacked architectural styling." In 1971, Crosland Jr. was named North Carolina Builder of the Year and soon took over as president and chairman of the John Crosland Co. By the time Crosland Sr. died in 1977 at age 79, leaving an estate of $2,249,299, the Crosland Co. had built 6,500 houses. After two children, Crosland Jr.'s first marriage ended in divorce. In 1978, he married Judith Elza McClamroch. In 1980, the average price of a house in Charlotte was $61,000. Crosland Jr. realized that many younger families couldn't afford to pay that much. He decided to build houses that families moving up from their first home could afford. By the next year, he had bought 250 acres at Park Road and Sharon Road West and built 232 houses in the $45,000 range and 213 houses in the $58,000 range. "Despite a nationwide housing slump that has cut new-house construction to the lowest level since the Depression," wrote Van Hecke in 1982. "Charlotte's John Crosland Co., sold more homes last year than ever before in its 45-year history and made a profit at it." "John Jr. was not easygoing," said Jim Cobb. "Even though a very nice business was handed to him, he was determined to make it bigger and better than his father had." More and more, Crosland Jr. turned to multi-family housing, and, in 1987, he sold the home-building operation to Centex Homes. By July 1999, he named a successor from outside the family-owned business to succeed him after 34 years at the helm. Crosland Jr. remained chairman of the board of the company. At that time, the Crosland Co. assets and property under development exceeded $400 million. "While the city grew in prosperity, he (John Jr.) never turned his back on those in need," said McCrory. "He really made Charlotte's Habitat for Humanity one of the role models for the nation. That's a real compliment to his character." In 2007, Crosland retired as chairman of the family-controlled company. A few years before he retired, Crosland decided to build a community "out in the middle of nowhere in South Charlotte," according to Van Hecke. "It wasn't anywhere near any sewer lines, so he set up his own sewer plant, which was not a raving success. "He told me that sooner or later, it was going to be a hub of activity," Van Hecke went on. "I don't know why he grabbed hold of that idea, but he certainly did. He was absolutely dead right. He eventually got sewer lines and a lot more. The once-remote area now is filled with shopping centers and upscale neighborhoods. "When that area – Blakeney – came alive, he was right there."
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Published in Charlotte Observer on Aug. 3, 2015
Crosland Jr., John - Charlotte  
John Crosland, Jr. CHARLOTTE - John Crosland, Jr., a leading Charlotte-based real estate developer and a dominant force in affordable housing and philanthropy, passed away on August 2, 2015, after a courageous battle with Parkinson's disease. John was a man well-respected and admired by friends, family and employees. He truly believed in the power of the home within the community and devoted the later years of his life to addressing the need for more affordable housing. His passion for affordable housing began in the early 1960's when he became convinced that safe, affordable housing opportunities were the cornerstones of viable neighborhoods and community development... "I've always believed that the most important thing that I could do to truly make a difference in the lives of others would be to fight to make sure that people have access to homes that they can afford. Affordable, quality housing stock is the foundation of a strong community and a healthy root system, so this is a fight that we cannot give up." John was born on September 20, 1928, the son of Lillian Floyd Crosland and John Crosland, Sr., one of Charlotte's leading homebuilders. He attended Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Virginia, before matriculating to Davidson College, from which he graduated in 1951 with a business degree. He married Parker Shackelford in December of that year. Two children were born of this marriage, Mary ("Molly") Parker Crosland and John, III. This marriage ended in divorce. After service with the Army in Korea and Japan, John returned to Charlotte in 1954, and began working with his father at the John Crosland Company. He married Judith Elza McClamroch in 1978. John suffered from dyslexia as a child, which made reading very difficult for him and he credited his Mother and teachers at Episcopal High School and Davidson College for believing in his potential and helping him overcome this challenging condition. He learned that while dyslexia could not be cured, remedial programs led by teachers knowledgeable in the field could place students with such challenges on nearly equal levels with other students and this knowledge prompted him to establish such programs at both of these schools. John was named CEO of his company in 1971, and served in this position through 1999, when he became Chairman of its Board. His professional career spanned nearly six decades, and his professional accomplishments were many. He led the John Crosland Company through a tremendous transition, creating large residential developments while maintaining integrity and quality throughout. These subdivisions included: Beverly Woods, Fairmeadows, Edgebrook, Huntingtowne Farms, Foxcroft East and College Downs, among others. Under his leadership The Crosland Company built over 20,000 multi-family units in the region and more than 13,500 single-family homes in the Southeast before he sold this division to Centex Homes in 1987. John served as President of the Charlotte Home Builders Association from 1959 to 1960 and as President of the North Carolina Home Builders Association from 1965 to 1969. He was named North Carolina Builder of the Year in 1971 and Charlotte Builder of the Year in 1975. He was a founding member and Chairman of the Charlotte Real Estate Building Industry Coalition (REBIC) from 1977 to 1985. He served as Chairman of the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency from 1977 to 1989, and during his term some $119 Million in loans and grants were made available to finance 5,000 single family homes and 2,250 multi-family units for North Carolina families with low and moderate incomes. He was one of the first inductees into the North Carolina Housing Hall of Fame. As an actively involved member of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), John served in various roles from 1969 to 1992, including vice president, member of its National Housing Policy Task Force and co-chair of its Mortgage Roundtable. He was appointed a Life Director in 1968, and inducted into the NAHB Housing Hall of Fame in 1989. On a national level, he was named Builder of the Year by Professional Builder Magazine in 1985. John believed in hiring the very best qualified individuals he could find and was an influential mentor to all of them - many of whom are today prominently engaged in various aspects of the North Carolina Real Estate Industry. John's life was lived with a set of fundamental principles, including that all people, regardless of race or income, should have access to safe and quality housing. He was often celebrated for his personal integrity, his stewardship, his sense of community and his passions for homebuilding and home ownership. He was a member of Christ Episcopal Church and in the past served on its Vestry and as a Junior Warden. He was a Founder of the Charlotte Chapter of Habitat for Humanity, having served as its chairman from 1982 to 1989 and received its Founders Award in 2002. The Charlotte Region Commercial Board of Realtors awarded him their Cornerstone Award in 1999 and he was the recipient of the prestigious Whitney M. Young, Jr. Award from the Charlotte Mecklenburg Urban League in 2002. In 2003, he was awarded a Doctor of Humane Letters Honorary Degree from UNC Charlotte. John endowed the John Crosland, Sr. Real Estate Chair at UNC Charlotte's Belk College of Business in honor of his Father, and was a driving force in initiating and funding the University's Real Estate Department. John's career and the company he grew were celebrated in 2005 with the publication of The Builder: The Croslands and How They Shaped a Region. He took great pride in Charlotte. He was intensely devoted to his community and a driving force in shaping the City. This hometown pride served as one of the primary motivations for his implementing a unique succession plan in the year 2000 designed to assure that his company would continue operating indefinitely into the future as a for profit business with a significant portion of its annual profits being distributed to a charitable foundation for the benefit of the schools he attended and various community interests in and around Charlotte/ Mecklenburg which had contributed most to his happiness and to his career, thereby assuring that he left his hometown a better place. For that plan, he was awarded the Johnson C. Smith Arch of Triumph award in 2010. Other laurels John was accorded included the HUD Commissioner's Award for Involvement in Affordable Housing, and the highly coveted and nationally recognized Hearthstone Builder Humanitarian Award created to honor, on an annual basis, a home builder who has demonstrated a lifetime commitment to helping others and making his communities better places in which to work and live. John was preceded in death by his parents and his daughter, Mary ("Molly") Parker Crosland. He is survived by his loyal, loving and devoted wife of 37 years, Judy; his son, John Crosland III; his stepsons, William (Rocky) and Michael McClamroch, and their five children, Megan, Will, John, Matthew and Michael. The family would like to extend heartfelt appreciation to John's longtime friends and assistants, Maggie Gamble, Juanita Miller and Fredia Thomas, his longtime friend and physician, Dr. Stuart Garner, and his caregivers in his later years, Melinda Athey, Bob Williams, CeCe Udeh, Haley Taylor, Daimen Moore, Jorge Moran, Pablo Alva Herrera, Wade Mullis and Patrick Abee -- who truly made a difference in the quality of his life. Services will be held on Wednesday, August 5, 2015, at 1:30 p.m., at Christ Episcopal Church, 1412 Providence Road, Charlotte, North Carolina. A reception will be held in the Church's All Saints Hall following the service. Memorials may be made to Charlotte Habitat for Humanity, 3815 Latrobe Drive, Charlotte, N.C. 28211 or to The John Crosland (formerly Dore) Academy, 5146 Parkway Plaza Blvd., Charlotte, N.C. 28217. Harry & Bryant is serving the family.
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Published in Charlotte Observer on Aug. 3, 2015
Culbreth, Linda - Mooresville  
Linda Horton Culbreth "Lynn" MOORESVILLE - Linda "Lynn" Horton Culbreth, Mooresville, NC passed away on Thursday, July 30, 2015 surrounded by friends and family. She was born in Mecklenburg County, to the late Herman Lester and Ruth Walter Horton. Mrs. Culbreth was a graduate of Myers Park High School in Charlotte, attended Peace College in Raleigh, The University of South Carolina and later received her Bachelor of Science in Business Education from the University of South Florida in Tampa. She was President of Blair & Horton Tire Company in Charlotte from 1979 until her retirement in 2008. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church in Mooresville and a member of the SC Alpha Chapter of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women. A lifelong lover of animals, especially her beloved Tennessee Walking Horses, Lynn and her son, Michael, bred, raised, trained and showed horses throughout the Southeastern United States winning numerous Championships and State High Point Awards over the years. Her spirit and love for life was an inspiration to many. Everywhere she went, she developed meaningful relationships and, like her bountiful vegetable garden, she cultivated those relationships with love, compassion and generosity. She was an avid member of the North and South Carolina Walking Horse Associations, the NC Walking Horse Ladies Auxiliary, the TWH Breeders & Exhibitors Association and the Walking Horse Owners Association. She also served on the Advisory Council for the NC State Fair Horse Show for the past several years. As a testament to the effect that her life had on the lives of others, the membership of the NCWHA had voted to award Mrs. Culbreth with both the prestigious Ed Hubbard Memorial Sportsmanship Award and the Senior Horseperson of the Year Award in recent years. In addition to her horses, she enjoyed gardening, cooking, canning vegetables, listening to and dancing to beach music, vacationing to the beach and had traveled to many other parts of the world including Europe. She was a loving mother, grandmother and friend to so many. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Watkins Pierce "Bud" Culbreth. Mrs. Culbreth is survived by her son, Michael Winder Culbreth, his wife, Mabel and her grandchildren, Carter and Cadence Culbreth. A Celebration of Life will be held at 1:00 PM on Saturday, August 8 at First Presbyterian Church in Mooresville, NC. The family will receive friends immediately following the service in the church fellowship hall. A graveside committal service will take place at 5:00 PM at Centre Presbyterian Church in Mooresville. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Lynn Culbreth Memorial Scholarship Fund, 170 Culbreth Lane, Mooresville, NC 28117. Cavin-Cook Funeral Home, Mooresville, is serving the Culbreth family. Condolences may be made to the family at www.cavin-cook.com .
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Published in Charlotte Observer on Aug. 2, 2015
Damon Jr., Wilton - Monroe  
Wilton Evans Damon, Jr. "Sonny" MONROE - A much-loved husband, father, grandfather and brother, Wilton Evans "Sonny" Damon, Jr., 70, passed away peacefully at Hospice of Union County on Monday, July 27, 2015. He was born in Mecklenburg County on December 12, 1944, son of the late Wilton Evans and Louisa Wood Damon. Although born in Mecklenburg County, Sonny loved Monroe and everything about it. He was the owner of W.E. Damon and Associates and was previously co-owner of Carolina Appraisal Company for over 25 years. He served on the City of Monroe's Board of Adjustments and Land Development Committee. He served on the Rolling Hills Country Club Board of Directors for many years and also governed as president. Sonny was a diehard Carolina Tarheel fan, loved Carolina Panther football, NASCAR racing and playing golf with his sons, Hal and Evans and his close knit group of friends. His sense of humor was both witty and priceless. Sonny was loved by all and never met a stranger. He had the ability to put others around him at ease and leave them with a smile. His love for his grandchildren was immeasurable, as they were the center of his life. Nothing made him smile brighter than his grandchildren sitting on his lap. Memories with Sonny will last a lifetime and he will be dearly missed. Funeral services will be Friday, July 31, 2015, at 11:00 AM in Central United Methodist Church, followed by burial in Lakeland Memorial Park. The family will visit with friends and relatives following the graveside service. Mr. Damon is survived by his loving and devoted wife, Rennie Peay Damon; sons, Hal McKnight Damon and Wilton Evans Damon, III and wife Nikki; daughter-in-law, Lori LeAnn Damon; sister, Margaret Damon Desio; grandchildren, Dory Anna Damon, Catherine McCall Damon, Nicoleous Bryant Damon and Harper Grace Damon and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. The Damon family would like to thank Laura Peacock, RN with CMC Union Regional Home Care and Hospice of Union County for their love and support during this difficult time. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Union County, 700 W. Roosevelt Blvd., Monroe, NC 28110 or Central United Methodist Church, 801 S. Hayne St., Monroe, NC 28110. Online condolences may be made at www.gordonfuneralservice.com . Gordon Funeral Service and Crematory is caring for the Damon family.
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Published in Charlotte Observer on July 30, 2015
Deason, Paul - Charlotte  
Paul Edward Deason CHARLOTTE - Paul Edward Deason, 89, of Charlotte, died Wednesday, July 29, 2015. Paul was born in Union County, NC, on December 22, 1925, the son of James Samuel and Ellen Richardson Deason. Drafted April of 1944, he served in the Army Air Corps during WWII in the South Pacific Theater. On April 7, 1945, he married Elsie Morgan and together they owned and operated "Insurance World". He was active in charity, running the tape ministry for Hickory Grove Baptist Church, and an avid ham radio operator, call sign K4HRX. Most of all, he loved his family and friends, and he will be missed by those who fondly recall his cornball sense of humor and his giving spirit. Paul is survived by three children: Kathryn Deason of Charlotte, Terry (husband Lindsay) Abee of Harrisburg, and Philip Deason of Charlotte; grandchildren: Amy (husband Walter) Bundy of Concord, David (wife Lorissa) Griggs of Granite Quarry, NC, and Jeffrey (fiance Jessica Caldwell) Abee of Harrisburg; great-grandchildren: Austin, Justin, Jeremiah, Codie, Dallas, Brooklyn, and Caleb; and a brother, Robert "Bob" (wife Reba) Deason of Meridian, Mississippi. He was preceded in death by his wife, Elsie, in February of 2014; a daughter, Paulette; and brothers: "JW", Neal, and Rev "Billy" Deason. Funeral services will be held at 3 PM on Saturday, August 1, at Hickory Grove Baptist Church, 6050 Hickory Grove Road, Charlotte, NC, with visitation one hour prior to the service. Interment will take place at a later date at Gethsemane Memorial Gardens, Charlotte. Lowe-Neddo Funeral Home is privileged to serve the family, please visit www.LoweNeddo.com or call 704-545-3553 for more info.
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Published in Charlotte Observer on July 31, 2015
Dendy-McClinton, Gladys - Charlotte  
Gladys Dendy-McClinton CHARLOTTE - Gladys Dendy-McClinton, 67, passed on July 24, 2015. Funeral Service will be Saturday, August 1, 2015 at 12 noon at Mayfield Memorial Baptist Church. Visitation will be from 11 to 12. Burial will be in York Memorial Park. Alexander Funeral Home is serving the family.
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Published in Charlotte Observer from July 29 to July 30, 2015
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