Constance Nevaeh Roberts

Born: Sun., Mar. 29, 2009
Died: Thu., Sep. 28, 2017


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Riegelwood: Miss  Constance Nevaeh Roberts, 8 of Riegelwood died Thursday, September 28,2017 . She was the daughter of Johnathon Michael Roberts and the late Rebecca Crystal Davidson Roberts. She was born in Ocalla, Fl. and was a member of Now Church in Ocalla, Fl.
Survivors include her father;  Johnathon Michael Roberts  of the home. Sister, Cassidy Nicole Brewer of Jacksonville, N.C., brothers, Gabriel Michael Roberts of the home and Adam Clay Brewer, II  of Jacksonville, N.C. Several Aunts & Uncles.
Funeral Service will be Tuesday, October 3,2017   at 3:00 p.m. at Mckenzie Mortuary Chapel with Rev. Marcia DeRush and Rev. Milton Parker officiating wuth burial following in the Powell Cemetery on Hwy. 701 South Tabor City, N.C.
Visitation will be on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 at McKenzie Mortuary  from 1:00 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. prior to the service .
Memorials may be made to McKenzie Mortuary to help with Funeral Expenses if desired.

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alex & frances williams
   Posted Sat September 30, 2017
Your school room teacher is our granddaughter,Dana Marie Scott. We have not met you yet but we shall for the promise is ours through our Lord Jesus Christ. We shall never forget you.

nancy f
   Posted Sat September 30, 2017
god bless her family she at peace now with her mother who loved her so much I saw it in her mother eye when shetalk about all her kids take care of each other

MONIQUE WILLIAMS
   Posted Sat September 30, 2017
Precious girl, I never met you, but I had heard about you. My daughter was your teacher this year. She was excited to have you as a student. She told me how smart you were. I wish I had taken the time to volunteer in her class so that I could have gotten to know you and watched you succeed as a 3rd grader. She loves her students, you were one of her babies. My heart is broken; I don't understand why you weren't allowed to grow up, I know God has His reasons and I dare not question them. I close my eyes and I can see you skipping, jumping rope and playing with other children inside the gates of Heaven. I know Jesus is thrilled to have you with Him. God calling you home has caused me to do some very deep soul searching. I know that He wants to use me to make a difference in the lives of children. I will be praying about it and whatever He sees fit for me to do I want you to know that its because of you, Constance! Anything I do for children will be in honor of you and all of the praise and glory will go to Him. You are loved sweet girl, although we never met face to face and I didn't have the opportunity to hold your hand and walk with you to the cafeteria or help you with math or reading you made a difference in my life. You truly touched my heart. Laugh, smile, run and play, put flowers in your hair and enjoy being a little girl in a perfect place! What a joy to know that you are now in the arms of Jesus smiling. I look forward to meeting you one day. You will never be forgotten. Monique Williams

Lavonia Lewis
   Posted Mon October 02, 2017
I send my deepest condolences to the family of precious little Constance and her mother, Rebecca. Although I never had the opportunity to meet either of them due to the short time they lived in our area, my 8-year old daughter was one of her classmates at Acme Delco Elementary School in Riegelwood.
She spoke about being her classroom study partner and eating lunch with her. I've also heard heartfelt words of endearment spoken about Constance from Acme Delco School staff members about her sweet and vibrant spirit.
Family, your loss is great and I pray for your strength and understanding through this difficult time. Know that God makes no mistakes and His will is perfect. Our loss here on earth is Heaven's gain.
I lit a candle in the memory of precious little Constance. Though she was only with us for eight short years, she made a great and positive impact on the Riegelwood community. May her sweet and loving memory live on in our hearts forever. May you all be blessed.


Dana Goodman Scott
   Posted Mon October 02, 2017
Constance, I enjoyed our time together. You were a very smart girl. I can only imagine you playing with all the little children at Jesus feet. I was only given the opportunity to get to know you for a short time and be your teacher for a short time, but you made an impact in my life. Thank you for always trying your best and being a great student. You will always have a special place in my heart!! Love, Mrs. Scott

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