Terrence Dortch Owner of Dortch- William Funeral& Cremation Services Died Tragically on December 15, 2022. His sudden demise shocked his loved ones, family, and friends. Soon after the death news came out people are paying tribute to him. Social media is thus filled with his rest in peace messages. At the time of his death, Terrence was survived by his wife and two children. Terrence was known for his generosity to the community.
His death news was confirmed by Williamson Funeral & Cremation Services on their official Facebook account, saying-“It is with profound sadness that the family and staff of Dortch- William Funeral& Cremation Services announce the sudden passing of Mr. Terrence Dortch.”
Also mentioned, “Final arrangements will be announced at a later date. We ask that you respect the family’s privacy during this time. Please keep the family and staff in your thoughts and prayers.”
Tributes Paid to Terrence Dortch on Social Media
Tributes have been paid to the soul following his tragic death.
Kemi Robinson said-“You brought my family some peace during the most challenging time of our life. Even months after I lost my brother, you checked in to see how my nephews were doing. I’ll always be appreciative of you. I’m glad I had the opportunity to express my pride in the man you have become.
Katina Robinson shared her heartfelt sympathy saying- My mother’s final days were cared for by Terrence. I send my condolences and sincere sympathies to his wife, family, friends, and employees. Godspeed, and thanks for your professionalism, sir.
Nailah S Jones expresses his condolence saying“I’m unfortunate, and my heart hurts,” I’m sending love and sympathies to Dortch – Williamson Funeral Services on behalf of his family. What a tragedy for the neighborhood!
Death Cause Explained
According to the information from sources Terrance while driving from a toy charity event somehow lost his control on Interstate 85 and hit a tractor-trailer. Terrence then died on the spot. One of his employees revealing the incident said-
“It’s one of the toughest pickups we have ever done. Put our boss on a stretcher and put him in our hearse. It’s one of the toughest things we have ever done,”
Another employee told Channel 2’s Tom Regan-“Every day we deal with death, grieving people, and now in return we are the grievers,”
George Worell, his employees said- “He told us, if anything happens to me, you open the next day, the business must continue to go forward,”
A brief About Terrence Dortch
Terrence Dortch was born in a small town in Georgia and raised in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Terrence in his early days suffered from a financial crisis and could only afford one meal a day. Terrence did his schooling at Frederick Douglass High School and later earned a degree from Gupton Jones College of Funeral Services. Terrence was married to Bettrena Williams Dortch who is a real estate agent at Virtual Properties Realty. The couple together shares two children.