D’Auntrae Maurice Wallace

Mr. Wallace, a salesman, died Monday, September 27, 2010, in Charlotte. He was 21 years old.

Little Miss Madison Dyson

Miss Dyson, age 6, was an elementary school student.

In memory: Inez Houston

Ms. Houston, 75, of Charlotte died Monday, September 27, 2010, at White Oak Manor.

In Memory: Diane Massey Felder

Ms. Felder, 54, died Wednesday, September 22, in Charlotte.

In Memory: Michael Grier

Mr. Grier, 57, died Wednesday, September 22, in Charlotte.

In Memory: Hmat Mlo

Ms. Mlo, 49, died Monday, September 20, at Carolinas Medical Center-Main.

In Memory: Jonathan Kirby

Mr. Kirby, 67, died Monday, September 20, at Presbyterian Hospital in Matthews.

In Memory: Katherine Coleman

Ms. Coleman, 73, died Friday, September 17, at Carolinas Medical Center-Mercy.

Charles Clyburn Jr.

Mr. Clyburn, 59, was a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, a graduated of UNC Charlotte and a substance abuse counselor with Mecklenburg County for 15 years.

In Memory: Stanley W. Butler

Mr. Butler, 58, died Monday, September 13, at his Charlotte home.

In memory: Kevin Michael Dumas

Mr. Dumas, of Charlotte, died Friday, August 6, at Brian Health and Rehabilitation Center.

In memory: Willie Ray III

Mr. Ray, who lived in Charlotte, died Saturday, August 7, 2010.

Dennis Gregory McClain

Furneral services fo Mr. McClain, 61, will be held on Saturday, August 7, 2010 at Ebenezer Baptist Church.

In memorial: Mr. Dennis McClain

Dennis McClain, 61, of Charlotte died Tuesday, August 3, at Carolinas Medical Center.

In memorial: Michelle Harris

Ms. Harris, 57, died Monday, August 2, at Presbyterian Hospital

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