OBITUARY

James Cary Faircloth

December 10, 1979March 4, 2018
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James Cary Faircloth, 38, of Holden Beach and Wilmington passed away on Sunday the fourth of March 2018 in the New Hanover Regional Medical Center, Wilmington, NC. Cary was born in Wilmington, NC on the tenth of December 1979, a son of James Arthur Lawrence Faircloth and Sheri Fulford. He was a vibrant man full of life and an ordained minister who loved God with all his heart. Cary was a member of Sabbath Home Baptist Church, Holden Beach, NC and Liberty Baptist Church, Wilmington, NC. He was larger than life and loved playing basketball and being outdoors, fishing, hunting, skiing and surfing. He was never afraid to try anything new and was the #1 Fan of the Duke Blue Devils. Through all of his hurdles that he encountered, he never complained about his illness. Cary was preceded in death by his grandfather, Jabie Fulford. Survivors include his mother, Sheri Fulford and significant other, Joe Varano of Holden Beach; his father, James Faircloth and wife Rema of Holden Beach; a brother, Cane Faircloth and wife Brea; their daughter Bella of Holden Beach; step-brother, Christopher Lasater and wife Briana, their children, Bralyn and Brantley of Sanford, NC; Maternal grandmother, Ina Lee Fulford of Holden Beach, NC; Paternal grandparents, Herman and Erica Faircloth of Holden Beach and his “Front Porch Posse of Braxton Place”. Funeral services will be conducted at four o’clock in the afternoon, on Thursday, the eighth of March 2018 in Sabbath Home Baptist Church, Supply with Reverend Wade McLamb, Pastor Randy Ledford and Reverend Kelly Stanley officiating. Interment will follow in the Sabbath Home Church Cemetery. You are cordially invited to a visitation with the family on Thursday, the eigth of March, 2018, from two o’clock until four o’clock in the afternoon in Sabbath Home Baptist Church and from other times from the home of Cane & Brea Faircloth at 3123 Old Ferry Road, Supply, NC 28462. In lieu of customary remembrances the family request with gratitude that monetary donations be made in his name to Liberty Baptist Church’s “Davey Project” at 7957 Market Street, Wilmington, NC 28411. “Cary rolled through life with a positive outlook and way of life” Online condolences are encouraged and may be offered at www.whitefuneralservicesupply.com White Funeral & Cremation Service, Bolivia/Supply Chapel

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, March 8, 2018
  • Funeral Service Thursday, March 8, 2018
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Dr. Jeff Crabtree

March 9, 2018

Just sending love and prayers to the family. May the peace and power of the Lord Jesus Christ fill your lives now and always. I was a member of Sabbath Home Baptist Church for many years. My parents worked for Herman Faircloth at the Holden Beach Pier. Just lots of prayer and love to everyone int he family!

Chris Woehrle

March 8, 2018

I have known Cary for over a decade, great guy, always smiling, I ran into him at the new movie theater in Wilmington when it first open. Excited that he was working, God open his arms wide open as Cary walk in..


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Mark Newman

March 8, 2018

I am sending this for my Special Needs nephew, Mark Newman. Mark works at Stone Theater taking tickets, working in concession area or other necessary chores. He really enjoyed James and enjoyed working with him. I spoke with him several times as I took Mark to work or picked him up. James (Cary) was always so pleasant. He was certainly an asset for the theater and all of his coworkers. He will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers, and also Mark's will be with you.
With Deep Sympathy,
Harriette Albritton

Cheryl Powell

March 8, 2018

I'm honored to have known Cary. He was such a sweet person and just a lot of fun to talk to and be around. I praise God that Cary knows our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ because I do too and that means I will be seeing my friend again someday. To say that Cary will be missed is an understatement! He made a difference in this world and it's just not going to be the same without him here. I'm extremely grateful that I got the privilege of knowing Cary and I can't wait to see him again when our Lord returns or calls me home...Let not your heart be troubled: believe in God, believe also in me. 2 In my Father’s house are many mansions; if it were not so, I would have told you; for I go to prepare a place for you. 3 And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and will receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also. 4 And whither I go, ye know the way. (John 14:1-4 ASV).

Gene Tilly

March 6, 2018

Cary was one of my preacher boys. He would get so excited when he was able to preach about his savior. He lived a life that left no doubt who his Lord was. I count it a joy to have walk part of his journey with him. We will miss him, but we will see you again my young friend. We will see you again.

Keane Bellamy

March 6, 2018

Cary and I got to know each other growing up at Holden Beach. When I got older and moved to Wilmington I had a few chance encounters with him at the ballpark. I found out he was coaching a team and it made me so proud of how much he has accomplished. He always had a big smile and a hug for our family and we will miss him.

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