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Mr. Charles Monroe

January 11, 2019

The moment has come and the Majestic Funeral Home Family has been given the solemn duty to announce that Mr. Charles Monroe is no longer troubled with the cares of this world but he is now resting among the Heavenly Host. Mr. Monroe began his life of everlasting peace on Friday evening at Cape Fear Valley Bladen County Hospital in Elizabethtown, NC.

The Services honoring Mr. Monroe’s legacy will begin with hours of visiting on Friday between the hours of 5pm and 7pm at Majestic Funeral Home in Elizabethtown, NC. During this time, family and friends can gather and remember better days with Mr. Monroe while relying on their faith to get them through this difficult time. On Saturday commencing at 1pm, a Loving Farewell Ceremony will take place at Whites Creek Missionary Baptist Church.  Following the services in the sanctuary, Mr. Monroe’s earthen vessel along with his cherished family will be escorted to the Church Cemetery for Interment Rites. 

As difficult as it will be for his son and family to dismiss from this earthly resting place without Charles, all will find solace knowing he is in that land where there is a tree and its leaves are good for the healing of all infirmities. There, he will rest by the brook flowing with living water, forever resting in eternal paradise.

He leaves to cherish fond memories:  one son: Charles C. Young (Shenell) of Tappahannock, VA,one daughter and two sons that he raised as his own:  Laronica G. Brice (Demetrius) of Bolivia, NC, James H. Davis II of Bladenboro, NC and Montavis Brown of New York; nine grandchildren:  Charles “CJ”, Zaria, DeNyah, Jaquarius, Kennedy, Alona, Kenya, Marlon, Shakyra; two sisters: Helen McMillian of Elizabethtown, NC and Deborah Monroe of Council, NC; five brothers:  Willie Monroe of Elizabethtown, NC, Thurman Monroe (Annie) of Council, NC, Levern Monroe (Jackie) of Council, NC, Edward Monroe (Marlene) of Council, NC and Bobby Monroe (Rita) of Council, NC; one aunt:  Georgia Belle George of Council, NC; two uncles:  Joe Lewis McMillan of Council, NC and Roger McMillan of Newark, NJ and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Guests are being received at 532 Clyde Hatcher Rd. Clarkton, NC where they will also assemble in preparation for the Prestigious Majestic Ebony Motorcade. 

The Compassionate Professionals of Majestic Funeral Home are serving the Monroe and connected families with uncompromising dignity.

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