Dwayne J. Lassiter

Sunrise: June 8, 1960

Sunset: July 28, 2020

Dwayne J. Lassiter passed away July 28, 2020.

No Public Viewing Graveside Service Wednesday, August 5, 2020 11:00am Roosevelt Memorial Park 1101 Campostella Road Chesapeake, VA 23320 Interment Roosevelt Memorial Park 1101 Campostella Road Chesapeake, VA 23320 The family is following the CDC and State of Virginia guidelines for funeral attendance

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    Brenda Sharpe says

    You have been a true friend Dwayne and I will miss you dearly. I will certainly miss that big smile of yours. May You Rest In Peace. Love, Brenda Sharpe

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    Patrick says

    8/1/2020. My brother, my friend. I have known you most of my life, we had a lot of good times together. You have been a true and good friend. Going to miss you brother. My Deepest Condolences to the Family.

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    Latanya Shane burnett says

    To my Uncle. You were always active in me and my kids life. We love you so much. My heart is broken.

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    Gloria Rollins says

    Dwayne coached the youth with the Oakmont Athletic Association and participated in activities at The old Norview Community Center and the new center while I worked there, When we had Community Day each year he was always present along with other coaches helping out. I can see him smiling and laughing. God bless the family.

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    Kimberley Scruggs says

    Dwayne, our families had so much fun hanging out when we were children. We were just like family. I will miss the memories we all shared. Rest In Peace, my friend.

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      Rhonda Rodecker says

      I worked with Dwayne for 20years he was a nice guy and would do anything for anyone Rest In Peace my friend

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    Doris Jones says

    To the Lassiter Family

    My deepest condolences to each and every one of you. I remember him from Liberty Park. May he rest in paradise.
    Doris Jones(Burton)
    Charlotte NC

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    Annie Moore says

    My deepest and most heartfelt sympathy goes out to the family. The Lassiter’s will forever be like family to myself and others in the family. May you all be comforted by the grace of God during this period of loss and grief.

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    Lisa R Shepherd says

    Dwayne had a heart of GOLD, and soul to match.

    Dedicated to his family and committed and faithful to all of his friends, and he has many. From his days at RC Cola to Norfolk Public schools, his work ethic was epic. When he decided to do something, he did it well. His schools were immaculate – he took pride in making the floors at Circuit City shine as bright as his SMILE.

    Dwayne inspired many of the students at his schools and those he coached. He loved his family and was so proud of his siblings, nieces & nephews, and took great care of his father. Dwayne was “Good People” and was good to everyone he encountered.

    I thank GOD for his friendship and his kinship of more than 40 years, and will love my Friend beyond this earth.

    Rest Well Dwayne, in Peace and Power.

    Continued prayers of Comfort and Strength for Dwayne’s Family and Loved ones.

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    Nina Joyner says

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    Patrice Irving says

    Extending heartfelt sympathy and prayers of comfort to the Lassiter family in the loss of your brother, uncle and special friend to all who knew Dwayne. Your LP family friends, the Irvings.

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    Richard Williams says

    My prayers go out to the family of our brother Dwayne /MEATMAN, who has been a lifelong friend to me and my brothers you will surely be missed. May all be blessed.

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    Yvonne Wiggins says

    To James(Rhonda), & Lassiter family Our deepest condolences to you& your family May God bless you during this difficult time.
    Yvonne & Robert Wiggins

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