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Duke Sutton Obituary, Duke Sutton Died in a fatal car accident – Death

Duke Sutton Death, Obituary – Sutton  On Saturday, Duke, who was 73 years old and had been a resident of Hickory all his life, passed away at the Catawba Regional Hospice where he had been a patient.  Mr. Sutton was born on November 3, 1939, in Waynesville, North Carolina. His mother, Bonnie Ludlam, who has since passed away, was the mother of the child when Mr. Sutton was born.  The New Vision Baptist Fellowship Church in Granite Falls was the location of the church in which he was active as a Deacon, and he was a regular attendee of the church. He was a member of the church, and he went there on a regular basis.  In addition to that, during a period of time in the past, he was a member of the board of directors of the Church of the Nazarene in Pennsville, which is situated in the state of New Jersey.

Duke was honored by the Salem County Sports Hall of Fame for his outstanding athleticism while he was a student at Penns Grove High School in Salem County, New Jersey. Penns Grove is located in Salem County.  As a direct consequence of this, the Hall of Fame decided to honor him by inducting him. After graduating from Southern Illinois University, he went on to receive a contract to play baseball professionally with the Houston Colts, a team in the minor league. During his time with the Houston Colts, he was a member of the Houston Colts organization.

Currently, he plays football for the Houston Colts, a team in the National Football League.  His wife, Betty Carlson Sutton, of the home, his two sons, Charles W. Sutton, Jr. and wife Dody of Vale, NC, and Shaun E. Sutton and wife Marcia of Independence, MO, his grandchildren Danielle Marie Dantine of Hoboken, NJ, Shaun Zachary Sutton, Bret Charles Sutton, and Chad Ryan Sutton all of Independence, MO, and his step-grandchildren Dylan White of Hickory, NC and Lee Lackey of Florida are all present On Saturday, at eleven in the morning, there will be a memorial service held at the Pennsville Church of the Nazarene in honor of the life of the person who has passed away. This service will pay tribute to the individual’s life.

As the officiants of the occasion, the Reverend Shaun E. Sutton and the Reverend Bruce Ratliff will take turns serving as the ceremony’s presiders over the course of the gathering.  The family will hold a reception for all of their close friends immediately after the conclusion of the funeral service.  Both the Give a Helping Glove Foundation, which can be found at 3100 N. Miller Drive, Independence, Missouri 64058, and the Catawba Regional Hospice, which can be found at 3975 Robinson Road, Newton, North Carolina 28658, are deserving recipients of donations made in memory of a loved one. Both organizations are located in the United States.