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Vance Wayne HesterVance W. Hester, 72, formerly of High Point, passed away on Friday, September 25, 2020 at Hospice of Rockingham County. Graveside services will be held at 2:00 PM Sunday, September 27, 2020 at Hickory Chapel Wesleyan Church in High Point with Preacher Bobby Lovings officiating. Vance was born in Guilford County to the late Homa and Dorothy Cowan Hester. He lived in High Point, NC most of life, where he was a residential building contractor. He served his county in the United States Marine Corps and was a member of Springfield Baptist Church for many years. He loved fishing and being outdoors, but especially loved being a grandfather. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Amy Nicole Hester. He is survived by his children, Richard Hester, Sarah DeLong and husband, Chris; grandchildren, Maggie, Avery, Marty and Kayleigh Hester; siblings, Barbara Brown, Judy Clodfelter, Robbie Hester and wife, Susan, Patti Soto, Toni Creasy and husband, Donnie. Memorials may be made to any Hospice Organization of your choosing.
I know that he will be missed by his family. Vance was a good friend to me for a lot of year's. I will never forget him. Arnold Hale
Millie Hale for Arnold Hale Oct 3 2020 9:42 AM
We have known Vance for a long time. Vance was a funny guy and could make you laugh. Anytime you loose a parent its something you never get over but sometimes feel relief for they aren't suffering any longer and knowing you will meet again one day. My condolences to Richard and Sarah and all of Vance's family. And I am thankful for Vance serving his country. Love to all Tommy and Connie Bryant
Connie Bryant Sep 27 2020 1:31 PM
A candle was lit in memory of Vance Hester
Mark Childrey Sep 26 2020 10:07 PM
We had a lot of fun with Vance going to the lake skiing and fishing. He enjoyed feeding our horses apples all the time. He helped me more than once, round them up when they got loose. He was a good uncle to his nephews and nieces. I loved the time I shared working for him. I never wanted to let him down. He was an awesome contractor. He was so proud of his children and grandchildren. He enjoyed sharing pictures of them with us. Rest in peace my brother, until we meet again. Love you, Toni n Don Creasey.
Toni n Don Creasey Sep 25 2020 4:42 PM