GREENSBORO Charlotte Faye Johnson Deeming, 82, passed April 11, 2018, at her daughters home in Stokesdale under the care provided by her daughter Angie, her doctor, Dr. Carol Webb and Hospice of Greensboro. A private graveside service will be held Wednesday, April 18, 2018, at Guilford Memorial Park in Greensboro at 12 p.m. A resident of Greensboro, Faye was born on September 12, 1935 in Greensboro . She was one of 13 children of the late James Hobert and Nannie Grace McBride Johnson. Where six siblings will be waiting to meet her with her parents in Heaven. Faye was married to Bill Deeming, the love of her life in 1957, he preceded her in death in 2006 after almost 49 years of marriage. They had five children during their marriage and when Faye reunites with Bill in Heaven she will also reunite with their daughter, Toni Suzette Deeming Morrison who preceded her in death in 2005. Faye was a member of Lankford Baptist Church in Greensboro but upon Bill’s passing she moved into the Carillon Senior Independent apartments and attended church services there. Faye and Bill ran the concession stand at Revolution Ball stand for many years and upon Bill’s passing she ran it for another year but most of Faye’s life was devoted to taking care of Bill and her family. Prior to her marriage Faye worked for the S&W Cafeteria that was in downtown Greensboro and she then became a housewife and stay at home mom to their five children. Those left to cherish her memories are her sons, William R Deeming Jr., (Tara) of Kinston, Jesse E Deeming (Sherry) of Pleasant Garden; daughters, Angie Lyman (Jeff) of Stokesdale and Amy Heiple (David) of Goldsboro; grandchildren, Jennifer Keen (Richard), Jeffery Lyman Jr. (Kim), Johnny Morrison (Lauren), Jessica Hergatt (Josh), Ben Morrison (Danielle), Josh Deeming, JT Siler, Cody Siler, BJ Deeming and 13 great-grandchildren; sisters, Juanita Moore (Donald), Arcola Eaton, Linda Moore (Terry), Cynthia Mahaffey (Curtis), Janice Jones (Ronnie) and brother, Leon Johnson; sister-in-laws, Betty Deeming Brown of Louisville, KY, Irene Johnson and many many nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, we request that memorial donations be made to Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro, 2500 Summit Ave. Greensboro, NC 27405. I would like to thank everyone that came by to see Mama, sent prayers, cards, called, brought and sent food and for anything that I might have forgotten. Everything was and is greatly appreciated. I can’t thank Hospice of Greensboro enough for the care and support they have given us during this time so that I was able to keep my Mama here with us during this difficult time so she could be surrounded by love and in a familiar environment. I have to especially thank my four young grandchildren. Her great-grandchildren who at such young ages, Justin (eleven), Lyla (seven), Riley (seven) and Laney (six) who have been right here with us thru this and have helped me take care of Mama and didn’t hesitate at all when there were times that even adults would not have been able to do what these precious little ones did and they did it with pride and love for their MawMaw. Mama you may no longer be here physically but we will carry you in our hearts forever. Gone but never forgotten.
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