Karletha Devon Dickerson – Siler City, NC
Farewell my Son
One of the greatest gifts that God has given me was you my son. I never knew how long you would be with me, but I was blessed to have you for 40 years. Karl, you grew into a man that I was most proud of. Your wonderful heart and warm smile. Your love for me, and mine for you, was so amazing not only for me, but all your family and friends. Karl, you will be missed. Our love for you will be everlasting. “Rest my son,” for one day we will all be together again.
Love Forever and Always,
Karletha Devon, 40, of Siler City, NC formerly of McDowell County, WV was called home by God Wednesday, November 25, 2020. Born November 16, 1980 in Welch, WV, he was the son of Arnetta Taylor.
Karl was a 1999 graduate of Mt. View High School. He was a fun loving man whose smile was a quality that would light the hearts of everyone he met. One of his greatest achievements was professionally cooking for several restaurants. He was most recently employed with EKG Security in Siler City. Karletha’s life and world revolved around spending time with his children and family. He was a loving son, brother, father and friend and will be missed by all that knew him. Karletha was preceded in death by one sister, Anitras Smith. Stepbrother, Jerome Taylor. Grandfather, James Dickerson. Aunts: Drema Christopher, Kate Dickerson and Phyllis Thraster. Uncles: Ulysses Scott and James Hamilton.
He leaves a lifetime of cherished memories to his sons: King Dickerson, Kevon Dickerson and Kayshawn Farrington of Hillsborough, NC. His mother, Arnetta Taylor and stepfather, Michael Taylor. Brothers: David and Elder Caroline Dickerson of Winston Salem, NC. Michael Taylor of Centerville, VA. Grandmother, Castella Dickerson of Keystone, WV. Aunts: Rhonda (Pat) Logan of Winston Salem, NC. Jacqueline and Elder Daniel Johnson of Columbus, OH. Patricia and Rev. Mark Clark of San Diego, CA. Armentra and Marshall Eskridge of Knoxville, TN. Former wife, Cheri Dickerson. Kim Eubanks who is someone special that was always by his side. Niece, Anitras Dickerson and a host of cousins as well as extended family and friends.
A Home Going Memorial Service will be held Saturday, December 5, 2020 at 1:PM in the New Vision United Holy Church, Northfork, WV with Elder Charles Hawthorne officiating. Repast will immediately follow the service in the church. The family will receive visitors for awalk-through visitation/viewing from 11:AM until 12:30PM in the Widener Funeral Home Chapel, Northfork, WV. Social Distancing enforced. (Masks are required). In honoring the wishes of Karletha Devon Dickerson, cremation will occur immediately after the visitation.
Assisting the Taylor, Dickerson Family is Widener Funeral Home Northfork, WV.