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Candice Sheree Henry
June 10, 1983 ~ October 2, 2022 (age 39) 39 Years Old
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Candice Sheree Henry, 39 of Newton, passed away on October 2, 2022 at Catawba Valley Medical Center in Hickory after a brief illness. Candice was born on June 10,1983 in Lincoln County to Billy Gene and Carole Anne Henry Mayfield. In addition to her parents, Candice is survived by three daughters; Dynasty Z. Nixon of Maiden, Karizma S. Nixon and Kamorah S. Nixon both of Denver, one brother, Billy Gene Henry of Maiden, three sisters; Lashonda J. Henry of Newton, Kristin D. Henry and Chandra M. Mayfield both of Lincolnton, one grandson, Kyler Keener of Maiden, special friend, Torrey C. Nixon, and many other cherished relatives and friends.
Celebrating the Life of Candice Henry
Candice was such a loving person who loved to help others and make everyones day. The things she loved the most were her 3 daughters and grandson! She was full of life. Always happy, energetic, and lit up any room she walked into. Candice was beautiful inside and out at every part of the day. She was always the life of the party and loved everything about gatherings and family. We Love you Beautiful and we will always celebrate your life like we know you would.
A Message from Her Daughters
Mom, for everything you've given to us. For your unconditional love and support with your unwavering patience. For the sacrifices you've made, for always believing in us, for all the hugs, kisses, and cuddles. For all the laughs we've all shared, and tears you've dried. For all the lessons we've learned. Thank you for being the best Mom. You are the reason we are here and we are so thankful that you are Our Mom and thankful to be raised by a woman like you to teach us how to be great people in this world. We will do right by you and succeed in life like you always knew We would!