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Mr. Dennis Ray Kidd

07/01/1943 - 07/19/2020

Obituary:

A Brave and Powerful Legend has left the Building

Dennis Ray Kidd, age 77, passed over to his eternal life with the Lord on July 19, 2020 at his home in Bracey, VA, with his wife and family by his side. Ray served in the Army National Guard. His past employment was with Magnolia Homes, USCO, developed a subdivision of over 30 homes and President of C&K Homes, Inc for 40 years. He was a Board member of the National Housing Association, a past member of the South Hill Chamber of Commerce, a life long member of the American Legion and an avid Nascar fan. Ray attended New Hope Baptist Church when he was able. He sponsored baseball and soccer teams in Mecklenburg and Brunswick Counties. He contributed monetarily or his personal time for many community or school events in both of these counties. Ray was a benefactor to anyone in need. He truly was a very generous man. Ray is survived by his wife, Sandra, who was his true love and best friend of 33 years. Survived by his children, Danny Kidd and his wife Kathy, Tracey Kegley and her husband Rick, Scott Kidd and his wife Renee, all of White Plains; Barry Kidd and his wife Kimberly of Roanoke Rapids, NC and Houston Kidd and his wife Tabitha of Durham, NC. His Grandchildren: Heather Kidd, Hilary Kidd, Summer Dawkins, Maggie Davis, Winston Kidd, Stoney Kidd, Rachel Kidd, Ethan Kidd and Sebastian Kidd. His Great-Grandchildren: Landon Kidd, Stella Dawkins and Cooper Dawkins (on the way). Surviving relatives: Eddie, Patsy and Chad Short (brother-in-law, sister-in-law, nephew); Frankie, Georgia and Macy Reese (brother-in-law, sister-in-law, niece); four sisters: Nell Malloy, Kelly Blythe, Doris Wright, Jean Phillips and husband William; Jimmy Kidd (half brother); Pete Jones (brother-in-law); Betty Kidd (sister-in-law). Betty Reese, dedicated aunt and caregiver for 2 years. Ray called her his “guardian angel.” Deceased relatives: “Pop” and Bertha Conner (step dad and mother); Jesse & Helen Kidd (father and step mother); Sonny and Mae Reese (father-in-law and mother-in-law) Elma Jones (sister); Bobby Kidd (brother); Faye Jones (twin sister) and Glen Reese (brother-in-law/son). A host of nieces and nephews surviving and deceased too numerous to mention. Very important in Ray’s life were, of course, his fur-babies: Tom, Chichi and Rambo. Acknowledgements and sincere gratitude to Dr. Linda Powers, Dr. El Mouallem, Oncology staff, Dr. Rimon, CMH Hospice and Allison Mull, SW. The family will receive friends on Tuesday July 21st at 10:00 A.M. in Crowder-Hite-Crews Funeral Home and Crematory prior to the Graveside funeral service at 11:00 A.M. in Crestview Memorial Park. Memorial contributions can be made to New Hope Baptist Church, CMH Oncology, CMH Hospice, Nascar or a charity of your choice. Online condolences may be sent through our website, www.crowderhitecrews.com. Crowder-Hite-Crews Funeral Home and Crematory is serving the Kidd family.

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  1. Dear Sandra,
    David and I are so sorry to learn of the passing of your husband. Please know that we will be holding you and, Houston, in our hearts and prayers.
    May God grant you comfort as you go through this difficult time.
    Very Sincerely.
    David and Billie

  2. I think particularly of Sandra and Houston in sending out my best wishes for the entire family. I never knew of Mr. Kidd as anything but a generous man with a tremendous work ethic. Houston, I know that he was a huge pillar in your life. I pray and am certain that you will carry with you the memory of a father who placed himself second to his wife and son. May that spirit of service and love live on with you. I still remember his generosity in driving us all over the place to sled during our middle school days. May you always carry your father’s legacy with you and represent him well.

    Jeremy

  3. Sandra I am so sorry about Ray. He is no longer suffering and at peace. I understand how difficult these days will be, but you are not alone. God is close to comfort the grieving and I will pray for you as you adjust to a different life. Call me anytime you need to talk. Loved Ray, he was always so kind and I enjoyed being around him.

  4. So sorry to hear about Ray, he was a Great person and would do anything for anybody. Keeping you all in our Thoughts and Prayers during this difficult time. If I can do anything please let me know. Love you all.

  5. Ray was a caring, loving, and certainly a sharing man.

    He will be missed by all of his family, many friends, and his absence in the community.

    I loved my cousin, and his great heart.

    Sending condolences to his wife,Sandra, his children, in-laws, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and to his caretaker, Aunt Betty.
    May they all find peace and comfort in knowing that he is no longer suffering and with his Heavenly Father.

  6. Sincere Condolences

    Sandra and family,

    We were truly sorry to hear about Ray. He was a good man and our family thought highly of him. May God comfort you during this difficult time and give you peace. We are thinking of you all.

  7. I new Ray several years, he was a good hearted man and a comedian sometimes. Ray and I did not see eye to eye sometimes but he was a good man. May God bless his soul and the family also.

  8. Billy and I send are so sorry for your loss Sandra You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. I am so glad I got to see Ray that last time a few months ago. He still had his sense of humor May he RIP and you can cherish the memories you have always 💙

  9. RIP Uncle Ray

    Uncle Ray you will be sorely missed. Our hearts are broken but I know you are having a glorious reunion with Daddy, Elmer, Fay, Grandma , Grandaddy, Helen and all the others who have gone before.

  10. Friend

    Sending our condolences to all the family Ray was a joy to work with when I bought my home from him in 2010 he said Mrs Cook if you have any problems or concerns you call me personally I will take care of it!! Awesome caring man!!!

 

 

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