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Raleigh Fletcher

April 13, 1932June 11, 2020

Raleigh Fletcher was born in Wilmar, Arkansas on April 13, 1932 to the late Doby and Inez Fletcher. He departed this earth on Thursday, June 11th at the Assisted Living Care Facility. He attended school in the public school system in Wilmar, Arkansas. Raleigh Fletcher was a member of the New Hope Baptist Church. He served as a faithful member who loved to worship the Lord and faithfully supported the ministry of Pastor Emeritus Reverend Happy Watkins and Pastor Reverend James Watkins. Raleigh Fletcher worked for ACME Concrete and was a member of the Fish and Wildlife Association for many years. Fishing was the love of his life. Raleigh Fletcher leaves to celebrate his home going four daughters: Rose Fletcher Spokane, Washington, Patricia Fletcher Sartor Marietta, Georgia, Priscilla Novinsky Lewiston, Idaho, and Donna Thomas Spokane, Washington, three sons: Curtis Fletcher Spokane, Washington, Shawn Fletcher Moses Lake, Washington, and Arthur Thomas Spokane, Washington, one brother Reverend Garland Fletcher Wilmar, Arkansas. He also leaves a host of grandchildren and great grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by wives Mary Virginia Fletcher and Erma Jean McCoy, son Henry McCoy and daughter Anitta Louise Fletcher, four brothers: Joel Fletcher, Tom Fletcher, Frank Fletcher and Harry Fletcher, and eight sisters: Gertrude Taylor, Gladys McNairy, Lula Mae Stone, Emma Fletcher, Rozell Brown, Carrine Spencer, Lucy Spencer, and Mary Fletcher Gibbs. Visitation for Raleigh will be held on Thursday, June 25, 2020, at Ball & Dodd Funeral Home from 2:00 pm until 6:00 pm. Live streaming of the family service Friday the 26th of June at 12 noon can be accessed at https://www.facebook.com/BallandDodd/ He will be interred at Greenwood Memorial Terrace in Spokane, Washington.


  • Curtis Fletcher
  • Arthur Thomas
  • Raleigh Brown
  • Darnell Fletcher
  • Kilo Fletcher
  • Richard Fletcher
  • Shawn Fletcher


  • Visitation

    Thursday, June 25, 2020


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Jay Goodman

December 7, 2020

Advice to me from his past experiences really hit home.

Susan Fletcher-Sparks

June 25, 2020

Uncle Raleigh was a very special uncle and will be greatly missed. He never failed to come by Daddy’s house whenever we came to town. He would sit and have a little dessert and ask about our garden. Uncle Raleigh had a little smile that will never be forgotten.

Violet Noble

June 25, 2020

Sorry to hear about the loss of Raleigh Fletcher. My condolences to the family may God comfort you all, during this time.
Mrs. Violet Noble
To Arthur my truck driving partner and childhood friend my condolences to you and your family.
Robert Noble

April Brown

June 25, 2020

I Remember You & Mary's House On Pacific Being The Party House That I Spent Alot Of Time At In The 1970's With Anitta & Rose...Always Seeing You Smiling & Laughing When I Came Thru The Door...Cause You Knew We Were Bout To "Set It Off"... Not Gone...Never Forgotten...R.I.P. Bum!!! Lol.

Cybra Coats

June 25, 2020

RIP grampa Raleigh

Ophelia Washington

June 25, 2020

May God continue his watch over you. I'll always cherish the memories, you'll be missed, Bum!!

Charles Knight

June 25, 2020

Ralaigh, I will forever remember the time we spent together. The fishing trips, the lunch outings and the riding around Spokane. We went to a lot of funerals together. Didn’t expect this one. I love you like a big brother. Until we meet again.

Adell Kinard-Porter

June 25, 2020

I will always remember him. He was my 2nd father growing up he was one of the people in my life that teach me to be me and always respect my self. That is how I always live my life. Thank u and I will always and forever love u. RIH

Marvin Hopson Sr

June 24, 2020

My condolences to my family

Marvin & Terry Hopson Sr
Son of Cuba Hopson & Lannie Fletcher, Hopson

Donna Thomas

June 24, 2020

Rip Pops you were the best step father imagineable. I will miss going fishing with you. Thank you for being there for me . I love you. Tell my mother and family hello. You will be missed.