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Rodney Louis Peoples
December 5, 1969 ~ April 12, 2023 (age 53) 53 Years Old
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Our beloved, Rodney Louis Peoples, affectionately known as Scrappy, entered eternal rest, Wednesday, April 12, 2023, while a patient at Atrium Health, Concord, North Carolina. Rodney was born December 5, 1969, in Stanly County, North Carolina; and was the son of Carolyn Peoples and Joseph Kirk. He was fond-loving and quite a comedian. We will remember and cherish the family gatherings that will not be the same without his warmth and great sense of humor he imparted to our family and friends.
Rodney was educated in the Stanly County public schools and attended North Stanly High School, New London, North Carolina. He was previously employed with Clayton Homes, Richfield, North Carolina.
He attended Church of the Living God, Badin, North Carolina and his childhood home church, Shiloh Baptist Church, New London, North Carolina. Rodney enjoyed fishing, telling jokes, and spending time with his family, and especially his sons. He had and passion for fashion and loved to dress.
He was preceded in death by his parents; brother, Darren Peoples; and maternal grandmother, Angeline Peoples.
Loving and fond memories will forever live in the hearts of his sons: Christian Shaw and Jashon Shaw; sisters: Antoinette Peoples and Yolanda Peoples; brother, Larry Stanback; nieces: Jasmine Goode and Chasity (Derrick) Patterson; nephew, Jermaine Goode; aunts and uncles: Lonnie (Deborah) Peoples, Steve (Crystal) Peoples, Barbara P. Hinson, Pamela Peoples-Smith, and Larry (Aciba) Peoples; a host of other relatives and friends.
“The music is quiet, the sun has set, Rodney’s smile is a memory we will not forget”.