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Dickerson Mortuary Chapel
Monday March 8th, 2021
4:00pm - 6:00pm

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Monrovia Cemetery
Tuesday March 9th, 2021
12:00pm

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Veronderlette Pringle

The family of Ms. Veronderlette Pringle invite you to attend her graveside services on Tuesday, March 9, 2021 12 NOON at Monrovia Cemetery, Charleston, SC. Services also maybe viewed via live streaming by going to dickersonmortuary.net and selecting the Facebook "f" icon at the top of the screen at 12noon on Tuesday, March 9th.

Ms. Pringle is survived by her parents; Harold Brown and Rebecca Pringle, her siblings; Karen Felder (David), Cynthia Earvin, Kevin Alston, Janet Brown-Irby (Pelops), Jamar Brown, David Brown, and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

Viewing for Ms. Pringle will be Monday, March 8, 2021 at Ollie M. Dickerson Memorial Chapel from 4:00pm - 6:00pm. Due to COVID19 mask and social distancing are required at services.  NO MASK, NO ENTRANCE, and NO SITTING during walk- thru. Thank you.




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To Aunt Rebecca and Janet,

We will miss our Earthly Angel as she has moved on to Her new home. I have a picture of Verondelette, Janet and I in our Easter Sunday get-up being the little brother remembering the times we spent together on Woodycrest Avenue always filled with joy, love and fun.
These moments will never be forgotten just stored in the heart building strength. Knowing Verondelette, she would not want us to be sad but instead celebrate her Victory of going home saying to us that She will see us later. Our Love, Prayer and Strength goes out to you in this moment of sorrow. Know that the Lord makes no mistakes and He will see you through.

The Campbell and Staples Family
Forever Love

Mar 9 2021 12:00 AM

To the family of Ms. Veronderlette, I am deeply sadded by the loss of my friend. The time that we shared during our younger days is priceless. I remember when Veronderlette came to live in Charleston and we met for the first time, it was like yesterday. We hit it off as though we've known each other for years. She recently reached out to me on facebook requesting to be acceted as my friend. I did accept, but never reached out to say how are you? We think that we have all the time in the world to put off what we should do today. For we don't know the time that we will be called home, so tell your family and friends today that you love them. Well Verondalette, I won't get to see your beautiful smiling face here on earth, but until we meet in that heavenly place, rest in peace. Love always, Ann.

Mar 8 2021 12:00 AM

A candle was lit in memory of Veronderlette Pringle

Mar 6 2021 12:00 AM

To Rebecca & Family,
Words can hardly express our deep sorrow for the passing of Veronderlette. The many years we shared - watching Veronderlette grow-up will never be forgotten. She was a beautiful child likened unto a sister with my own sons Jerome, Marion & Michael; they all grew-up together. We had so many good, enjoyable and memorable times in my hair salon - she was a great helper! May you find strength to endure in the days ahead and rest assured that we shall all rejoice when we meet Veronderlette again in that Realm of Eternity.
With Warmest Regards & Love, Catherine McPherson & Family

Mar 5 2021 12:00 AM

To Becca, Janet and family, our love and deepest sympathy goes out to you. We know that this is very hard for you and it's a hard hit for us too. Even though we are cousins, mama said that Veronderlette was her 'daughter' and we considered her our big sister. We had so many great memories! From her and Janet coming to Charleston with their dad. Whenever they came, they would stay with Aunt Barbara; but Veronderlette would always spend at least 2 weeks with us. Memories: Our letter writings, our Karaoke nights, playing spades, laughs, cries, her being one of my bridesmaids, her catching my bouquet- which was too funny. And her staying with mama for awhile. And I do not have to tell y'all about the mouth and those 'Sunday School' words, lol. She wasn't scared of no one! She will truly be missed. We know that Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal. We also know that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. She is now safe in the Lord's arms. No more sickness, pains, hospital, etc. Veronderlette Pringle, YOU ARE FREE!! I hope to see you in that 'Great Gettin Up' Morning. Your last words before getting off the phone is 'Luv, Luv. You just slipped away. We will miss you, we love you and we will ALWAYS cherish the memories!!
With our sincere and deepest sympathy,
Evie, Bea, Junnie, Bubbles, Landa and our families.


Mar 3 2021 12:00 AM