Daddy, we love you and miss you.
Name of Deceased : Walter M. Dye
Date of Birth : Friday, December 20, 1946
Place of Birth : Gaston Co., NC
Date of Death : Tuesday, March 27, 2007
Place of Death : Residence
Name of Deceased: Walter M. Dye
Address: Address Edited for Privacy
Date of Death: 3-27-2007
Place of Death: Residence
Native of: Gaston Co
Parent’s name: Late Hubert W. and Ozelle Marie Sherrill Dye Roberts
Funeral Time and Day: 3PM Friday, Mar 30, 2007
Funeral Location: Stowe Memorial Baptist Church
Burial Information: Hillcrest Gardens, Mt. Holly
Visitation time/day/location: 7-9:00PM Thursday, Carothers, Belmont
Biographical Information: retired truck driver with G&P Trucking, Charlotte.
Member Stowe Memorial Baptist Church where he served as a Deacon. Member of Lowell Masonic Lodge 590, AF&AM.
Survivors: wife, Joan B. Dye of the home, daughters and son in laws,Catherine Ann Spargo and husband Andy, Belmont, Julie D. Summey and husband Doug, Dallas, Heather D. Brabble and husband Daniel, Mt. Holly, four grandchildren, Jennifer Hughes, Jessica Summey, Jonathan Summey, Landis Summey, brother
Forrest W. Dye, Sr, Charlotte, sister, Doris M. Caldwell, Belmont, beloved animal companion "Ginger"
Preceded in death by: parents
Pallbearers: Chuck Sherrill, Tommy Sherrill, Jonathan Summey, David Hellinger, Mike Cook Sr., Mike Cook Jr., Gerald Harvey II, Gary "Buck" Buchanan.
Officiating Clergy: Rev's Alan Harris, Keith Johnson, Gerald Harvey, Sr. and David Cobb.
Memorials: Stowe Memorial Baptist Church, PO Box 21, Belmont, NC 28012
My daddy was a good man. Kind and gentle, he was always there to lend an ear, or a helping hand to anyone who truly needed it. He believed in God, and he served the Lord with all his might. He worked very hard to support his family. He worked some very long hours some days, yet he was always there when we needed him. I know that he loved us, and I know that for him to know that he was about to leave us alone in this world must have been hard for him, but I also know that he would not want to come back to this earth. He is with his Heavenly Father now. He is not in pain, he is not suffering. No more dialysis, no more shots, no more medication, no more doctors, no more worrying about mama, worrying about him, no more pain, no more suffering. I won't lie, it is very hard to reamin here on earth without him, but knowing that his painful journey is over, and that he is where he always dreamed of being, helps me make it through. My daddy was a good man indeed, there are not many good men left in the world, but he was one of them.
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