Obituaries for Carolina Funeral Service & Cremation Center Obituary for Kathleen Caywood WrightKathleen Caywood Wright Mrs. Wright, 90 of Charlotte, passed away on Friday, May 1, 2015 at Levine-Dickson Hospice at Southminster in Charlotte surrounded by her loving family as a result of congestive heart failure. Kathleen was born in Sullivan County, Tennessee on February 27, 1925 and was the daughter of the late Joe and Maggie (Price) Caywood. Besides her parents, Mrs. Wright was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents Charles Caywood and Mary Ketron, her maternal grandparents, Will Price and Mary Shelton. the Caywood Line was already in Sullivan County, Tennessee at the first US Census in 1790 and they are all descendent from Stephen Caywood, who emigrated from the Yorkshire area of England to Tidewater, Maryland in the late 1600s. Kathleen married Marion Wright on October 30, 1941 in Gate City, Virginia and they moved to Charlotte in the 1950s. Mr. Wright passed away in Charlotte on August 30, 1981. Throughout her entire life, Mrs. Wright was a devout Christian who valued family and took great pride in gardening and preparing holiday meals. She had been an active member of Hawthorn Lane United Methodist Church for over 50 years. Mrs. Wright had close relationships with all three of her children and is survived by them, Kay Sharpe of Gastonia, Ronald (Toni) Wright of Matthews and Sandra Wright of Midland. She is also survived by her five grandchildren, Kim Moore and Cathy (Phil) George of Gaston County, Amy (Russ) Efrid of Charlotte, Kenny (Monica) Greene of Liberty, NC. and Dr. Tony Wright of Gulf Breeze, Florida, as well as eight great grandchildren. for Daniel Joseph BallsDaniel (Danny) Joseph Balls of Charlotte passed away peacefully on Monday, April 27, 2015. Danny was born on January 31, 1953 in Charlotte and was the son of the late Daniel T. and Rita C. Balls. He was a graduate of Winston Churchill High School in Potomac, Maryland and received his associate’s degree from Central Piedmont Community College. Danny worked for Northern Tool & Equipment as warehouse manager for many years. For the past thirteen years he was employed by HomeTeam Pest Management Services where he was the honored recipient of numerous employee-of-the- month awards for outstanding customer service. He loved reading, playing golf, fly fishing, hiking, camping and all holidays. Danny will be remembered for his love of life, caring and generous approach toward others, adventurous nature and an affable demeanor. He will be greatly missed by family and friends alike. Danny was preceded in death by his parents and his sister, Carroll Champlin. He is survived by the love of his life and childhood sweetheart, Ellen Ingolia of Charlotte, his brother, John (Jack) Balls and his wife, Greta of Charlotte, his brother-in-law John Champlin of Supply, NC, two nephews, John Michael Champlin of Raleigh NC, and Thomas Champlin of Woodlands, Texas and many great nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Hospice & Palliative Care-Charlotte Region . A service will take place Friday, May 1, 2015 at 10 AM at St. Gabriel's Catholic Church 3016 Providence Rd. Charlotte, NC. for INGEBORG MARIA DEANINGEBORG MARIA DEAN Ingeborg Maria Dean was born March 11th, 1930 in Tegernsee, Germany. On April 26th, 2015 she passed away peacefully in her sleep. Inge is preceded in death by her Father and Mother - Leonhard Hagn and Maria Margareta Hagn. Also by her Husband and Son - William and Micheal (Micky) Dean. In Germany she met and fell in Love with a young U.S. Solider William Dean to whom she would later marry and move to Fayetteville, N.C. As their love grew stronger the Lord blessed them with three amazing kids, Michael (Mickey), Terrie, and Heidi. Inge was a very Loving, Nurturing, Caring, and Courageous Mother who loved her kids deeply. Always wanting them to have the best Life she could give. As time passed her kids would eventually grow up leave, get married and start their own families. Where Inge got to further give her Love to her grandchildren by gracing them with her smile, love, care and just sheer enjoyment to be in their lives. She would enjoy the simplest things like playing cards, board games, doing arts and crafts, and crossword-puzzles. As long as everyone was having fun she was happy. As time moved forward Inge made the move to Charlotte, N.C. to be closer to family and loved ones. While in Charlotte Inge got to enjoy family cook-outs, holidays, and to enjoy family on a day to day basis spreading her Warmth, Love, and Compassion to all the multiple generations that are here because of her. On Sunday April 26th, 2015 Ingeborg Maria Dean passed away peacefully in her sleep. She was surrounded by people she loved and who loved her deeply. Inge is survived by her eldest daughter Terrie Simone and her husband, Richie Simone. Also, by her youngest daughter Heidi Dean and fiancé Jimmy Pappas. Her Grandchildren Cristy Dean, Jason Weaver and fiancé Jennifer Merritt, Lisa Weaver and fiancé Brandon Forbes, and Allison Simone, And by her Great Grandchildren Jackson Weaver and Paisley Forbes. for Bishop H. P. HancockBishop Hancock, 85, of Charlotte died at home on April 22, 2015. He was the son of the late R.L. Hancock and Marie Hancock. Bishop Hancock is survived by Frances Major Correll, John Major, Jr., Roger Major, Elaine Hancock, Ricky Hancock all of Charlotte, Joan Major Armstrong of Fort Mill, Lynn Major Kinney of Concord, Bonnie Gay Major of Rock Hill and many grand nieces and nephews. He is also survived by his church family and close friends Betty Cline and Tina Cox. He was predeceased by 7 brothers and 3 sisters. Bishop H.P. Hancock dedicated his life to the Lord at sixteen years of age. He had many musical talents, a very giving heart, and never desired anything in return. One of his main hobbies was reading and even though he lived in Charlotte, a piece of his heart always rested by the water in Ft. Lauderdale Florida, but his first love was always the people of the church. He was mentored by his father, the late R.L. Hancock from Huntington, West Virginia to establish the work of building a ministry, of the Apostolic faith, in Charlotte, NC. Together they faced many hardships and made many sacrifices to ensure the work was fulfilled. With the ministry being instituted for 34 years and working diligently with his father, he had the dream to build a new facility, now located on 600 East 36th Street in Charlotte, NC. With the passing of Bishop R.L. Hancock, Bishop H.P. Hancock became the watchman on the wall. He was assisted by his best friend the late Clarence Cox for 42 years, who was the Associate Pastor of the church. Bishop John “Stacy” Major also played a great role in the effectiveness of the ministry for over 30 years, along with the many other ministers and deacons who are still assisting and laboring in the church today. With the great example preceding him, he sought the Lord and carved a pathway that remained consistent with the truth of baptism in Jesus Name and being filled with the Holy Ghost. The ministry has now been established for a total of 69 years due to the diligence and sacrifice of this great man of God. Visitation will take place Friday, May 1st from 6pm-8pm and the funeral will be Saturday, May 2nd at 1:00pm. Both will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ 600 East 36th Street, Charlotte. Burial will be in Gethsemane Memorial Gardens immediately following service. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Church of Jesus Christ 600 East 36th Street Charlotte, NC 28206 by check or by donations to the food pantry used for those in need for Hubert Allen Brewer Jr.Hubert “Allen” Brewer Jr. died April 22, 2015 at Hospice of Union County. A memorial Service will be held at 7:00PM Thursday April 30, 2015 at Hillcrest Baptist Church, 4316 Hillcrest Church Road, Monroe NC 28110. Mr. Brewer was born May 7, 1940 in Charlotte NC. Allen was the son of Hubert A. Brewer Sr. and Virginia Payne Brewer of Charlotte NC, both deceased. , Allen retired from the US Army after serving 22 years. . He also retired from Big Lots Store in Mathews, NC. He is survived by his Loving wife of 32 years, Connie: Daughter, Tina Lam and husband Billy Of Charlotte, Pat Moscuzza of Wingate, Victor Moscuzza and wife Lisa of Unionville, Christopher Moscuzza and fiancé Michelle Brantley of Wingate. Brother, Donald Brewer of Salisbury, NC. Grand children, Daniel Lam and Wife Holly, Kimberly Lam, Rachel Landry and husband David. Rusty Graham, Casie and Bruce Hontz, Erica Greene and Husband Chris, Anthony Medlin, Thomas, Kelcie and Carley Moscuzza . Travis Moscuzza, Tori and Tyler Wallace. Great-grandsons Skylar Lam, Ethan Landry, and Connor Hontz The Family Suggest memorials be made to hospice of Union County or Wounded Warrior Projects for Patricia Ann Fowler Patricia Ann Fowler, was born September 20, 1929, in Rock Hill, South Carolina. She went peacefully into the arms of our Lord on April 17, 2015 She was a dedicated wife to her husband of forty years James Fowler, and loving mother to her four children, Laney, Gary, and Sharran Funderburk, and Eric Fowler. She is preceded in death by her parents Hoyt and Mabel Brazzell, her sisters, Dot and Betty, brothers, Wallace and David, as well as her husband James, and son Laney. She is survived by her sister Mary Miner. Son Gary and wife Sheila, daughter Sherry, son Eric and wife Mirza, and her three grandchildren, Dallas, Connor, and Alexa. Known to her friends as Pat, she and her family enjoyed hosting birthday and holiday gatherings, with lots of family favorite dishes. She always made her mac n cheese! Her front door, and her heart, were always open to all their friends and neighbors, if they ever needed a kind word, or a bite to eat, she would be sure they got it. As her children grew older, she returned to work as a childcare worker for many years. Babies and toddlers were her specialty. She also kept children in her home. Singing songs, reading novels, and cooking, were some of her favorite things to do. She loved all children, the Atlanta Braves, Elvis Presley, and country music. She loved to laugh, and would say a great one liner with a straight face, then burst out laughing!! Burial for Mrs. Fowler will be at Salisbury National Cemetery Friday April 24, 2015 at 11:00 A.M. A memorial service will be help in her honor Saturday April 25, 2015 in the chapel of Carolina Funeral Service & Cremation Center. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the National Kidney Foundation, in her memory. for Charles Ray AndersCharles Ray Anders Mr. Anders 85 of Charlotte, passed away at home on Friday, April 17, 2015. He was born in Asheville on August 1, 1929 and served in the US AirForce as a radar operator/bombaire aboard a B-29 during Post World War II Era. Ray was employed as a machinist for ADdressograph/multigraph before he retiring after 40 yrs of service. He was also a member of Memorial United Methodist Church. Mr. Anders was preceded in death by his wife Gloria, who passed in September of 2014.. He is survived by his children Joe and Melanie Lester. A graveside service will take place Thursday, April 23, 2015 at 1 PM at Sunset Memory Gardens, Lawyers Rd. for Christine Ann RichardsonChristine Dusty Richardson was called home to be with her Lord on April 15th, 2015. Born and raised in North Adams, Massachusetts, she was the daughter of Marie-Rose (Lussier) Laflamme, now deceased, and Richard Laflamme of Pittsfield, Mass. Dusty considered herself a hybrid, having spent the first half of her life in New England and the second half here in Dixie. She was a member of Garr Church here in Charlotte. One of her biggest accomplishment with MUCH assistance from the Lord, was creating the popular evangelistic website, Dustys front porch ( She was a prolific author and poet of narrative verse mostly dealing with Jesus Christ: His message, His name and His gospel which she dedicated her life to sharing with anyone who would listen! She leaves behind (temporarily!) her husband, best friend and soulmate, Richard Richardson of Charlotte, 3 wonderful children; Kathleen Disher of Winston-Salem and her husband Geoff, Ryan Fulbright of Winston-Salem and AJ Fulbright of Greensboro, AJ's wife Mary, a son-in-law Rick Richardson the III of Sacramento, California, Rick's wife Dawn and her daughter-in-law, Sandi, of Charlotte, NC. Plus her beautiful grand children Lauren, Morgan, Ella, Mackenzie, Aden and her beautiful great granddaughter Emma! The world's best baby sister ever Ann-Marie Coury, a peds nurse in West Palm Beach, Florida; as well as a triad of aunts, uncles, in-laws, nephews, nieces and cousins scattered all over the East Coast. Plus more fans, readers and friends than could ever be listed! Dusty's final wish, now that she's relocated, is for everyone to think of Jesus when they remember her and to join her in celebrating the fact that she's finally at home with Him. Rocking on her front porch, just inside those Pearly Gates, watching over and waiting for all of us to join her!! Family request donations to Garr Church in lieu of any flowers--- plenty of those where she is!! Her final Thought for the Day is as follows: FEAR LOOKS BACK, WORRY LOOKS AROUND, FAITH? LOOK UP!! for Dolores Bleiman HerkertMrs. Herkert 87 of Charlotte, passed away on April 13, 2015 at Presbyterian Hospital-Main. Dolores was born in Akron, Ohio on March 23, 1928 to the late Maurice and Pauline (Sandler) Bleiman. She was an Office Manager for Chelsea Construction and according to her son Mitchel was the "brains of the operation". Mrs. Herkert was a giving individual, always putting others before herself. She enjoyed traveling with her sons and her granddaughter especially to Aruba. Dolores is survived by her two sons, George Herkert and Mitchell Herkert; her beloved granddaughter, Chelsea Noel Herkert; brother Arnold Bleiman and sister Lillian Swartz. Also surviving are several nieces and nephews of the Bleiman, Swartz and Londa families. A graveside service will take place on Friday, April 17, 2015, 1:00 pm at the Evergreen City Cemetery, 4426 Central Ave, Charlotte. Memorials may be made to Giving Tree Charities, 1819 East Blvd, Chlt, NC, 28203 for Jack Lafayette Carnes, Jr.Jack Lafayette Carnes, Jr. Mr. Carnes 69 of Charlotte, passed away on April 13, 2015 after a lengthy illness. Jack was preceded in death by his parents Dorothy and Jack Carnes of Bessemer, AL; survived by Adrian Jay McCoy, his partner of 30 years; longtime friend Sherry Kendrick of Birmingham, AL; brothers Pat Carnes (Lois) of Jasper, AL, and Robert (Sande) of Birmingham; aunts, Barbara of Mountain Brook, AL, Frances of San Diego, CA; numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins, as well as countless friends. Jack was a member of Mensa, graduated from the University of Alabama, held an MBA from UNC-Charlotte, served in the USAF, and spoke several languages including Russian, Spanish, French, and German. He loved reading, music, history, mathematics, art, good food and conversation, photography, and spending time with friends, family, and their beloved cats. Jack was employed for many years in the banking profession as a computer analyst and software developer, and he retired from Wachovia Bank. A gathering of family and friends will take place on Monday, May 4, 2015 from 6:00-7:00 PM at Brown Service Funeral Home 1300 4th Ave N, Bessemer, AL. A service to celebrate the life of Jack Carnes will follow at 7:00 PM Memorials may be made to Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, 383 Main Avenue, 5th Floor, Norwalk, CT 06851 Online condolences may be addressed to www.bessemerbrownfh.com