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Bill Stallings Jr.

William Cedric "Bill" Stallings, Jr., 82, of Charlotte, joined his wife, Betty, in their eternal home, Friday, September 5, 2014. Born in Durham, NC, Bill was the son of Cedric and Anna Johnson Stallings. After his family moved to Charlotte while Bill was still a young boy, he lived in the Dilworth area and attended Central High School. After graduating, he proudly served our country as a member of the National Guard. He married his high school sweetheart, Betty Jean Reeves, in 1952. They enjoyed many years together and had four children and six grandchildren before she preceded him in death in 2006. Bill retired in 1997 after a rewarding career of 45 years as a print paper salesman for Charlotte Paper Company (Unijax) and MAC Papers. He was a longtime member of Woodlawn Baptist Church. Bill's immediate family includes his sister, Marjorie Walker of Arden, NC (formerly of Charlotte); brother, George Stallings of Charlotte; daughter, Sherry Griffin Tinman (husband, Tom) of Columbia, SC; and sons, Mike, Scott, and Gary (wife, Robin) of Charlotte. Bill had six grandchildren: Jamie Griffin (wife,Nichole) of Irmo, SC, Chris Griffin (wife, Jessica) of North Charleston, SC, Hollie Holcombe (husband, Corey) of West Columbia, SC, Amanda Stallings of Charlotte, Breanna Stallings of Charlotte, and Bailey Stallings of Charlotte. Bill was blessed to have four great grandchildren: Kinsley, Cooper, Camden, and Elloreigh. Bill was also an uncle to many nieces and nephews. He was a loving son, brother, husband, father, grandfather, and uncle, and his surviving family loved him very much and will miss him. - -

Service Information

Saturday, September 13th, 2014 11:00am, Sharon Memorial Park


Service Extra Info Services will be held at the graveside.

Interment Details

Sharon Memorial Park

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