Wilbert E. “Peanut” Featherstone

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Wilbert E. “Peanut” Featherstone Sunrise September 4. 1967, but he went home to be with the Lord on June 28, 2020. Wilbert was a graduate of Columbus Briggs High School.

He was an over the road Truck Driver and a true handyman.

He was preceded in death by his Grandparents, Wilbert and Nina Featherstone; Grandmother, Gertrude Kendrick and Father, Robert G. Kendrick.

Left to cherish his memories are his Mother, Dorothy Kendrick, Grandfather, James Kendrick; Children, Tanisha, Daniqua, Daquan; Stepdaughters, Brandy (Charles), Adrionne’ (DeAndre); Mother and father-in-law, Saundra (Charles ) Davis; Wife , Anita Bridges-Featherstone; Brothers, Robert, John (Jamie) Kendrick, Eugene, Jaquay; Sisters, Nina Kendrick, Ericka and Keisha as well as a host of Aunts, Uncles, Nieces, Nephews, Grandchildren, and Friends. Wilbert will be missed by all who had the pleasure of loving and knowing him.

Visitation 1:00 PM and Funeral Service 2:00 PM Wednesday, July 8, 2020 at Mt. Carmel Worship Center 2182 Court Right Rd. 43232.

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Condolence Messages

  1. To my family no words could express what you meant to us. As a child I remember always hearing my dad tell me stories about Peanut and when I finally meant you I know that you were the wonderful man my dad use to talk about. You will be truly missed.
    Love Ashley
    The Evans Family

  2. D.J. Zielienski

    I never really know the right words to say at a time like this, but I’d like to express my deepest condolences in the passing of Will (Peanut). He always had a smile everytime I saw him. He will be truly missed. My thoughts, prayers and love are with you during this difficult time.

  3. Sandra Boo Carpenter

    To the Family of Wiilbert E Featherstone, You All have my Deepest Condolences. I have some Many Memories, him and his brother were my 1st baby sitting job., I have not seen him in many years but I know he was a Fantastic Father, Husband, Son, Friend.
    I want you ALL to know that you are in my Thoughts and PRAYERS.

  4. The McDowell Family

    To the family of Will “Peanut,” Featherstone. It is with great sorrow that we extend our condolences to you. “Peanut” as he was affectionately known was always a respectful young man in our neighborhood growing up, school, and wherever you would see him. His smile and laugh were infectious! “Peanut” was quite the handyman as his home improvement skills were phenomenal. “Peanut”will never be forgotten by his neighbors on Carpenter Street where he grew up. RIH our friend. You have gone from your labor unto your reward. No more sickness and pain. He is in the safety of Jesus Christ. Our prayers are with the entire family. Love you all dearly.

  5. Tyrone Williams

    One of the Realest and Coolest. You will be missed Peanut.

  6. To the Featherstone family you have my deepest sympathy and prayers for the family, we grew up together when the Johnson family moved into the neighborhood the first family i had met was the Featherstone family Teeny and Peanut then the rest of the neighborhood we all was like family i will miss you Peanut you was like a added family say hello to Pop’s Featherstone and my parents.. love always Todd Johnson (Twin)

  7. Crystal Robinson

    To the Featherstone Family,

    Please accept by deepest sympathy in the loss of Peanut. Keeping you uplifted in my prayers.

    Dunning Court
    (The Kelly’s Neighbor)

  8. Almeatie Featherstone

    My nephew Peanut, I can not tell you how empty my heart is, I will miss you but you will forever be in my heart. I love you so much, you are in God’s arms, rest my baby.

  9. Dottie Stanley

    Gone to soon, but God knew best. No more pain and suffering. If you knew Will you had to love him. I sure did, he was like a son to me. I could call and he would be right over. He surely will be missed by everyone.

    Love him dearly

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