George Ramsey Obituary, Death Cause – He held a profound fondness for the people who lived in the Rankintown Community and was a devoted contributor to the Rankintown Reunion Committee for a good number of years. Additionally, he coached young athletes in the sports of football, basketball, and softball for the Statesville Recreation and Parks Department. In this role, he was responsible for providing guidance to, and instructing, young athletes in these sports. He was between the ages of 9 and 11 years old, as well as 15 and 19 years old. Additionally, he was involved with the Christian Outreach of the Piedmont as a member of the organization. In addition to his own biological father, both of his brothers, Freddie “Bird Dog” Williams and Willie “Paul” Williams, passed away before he did. In addition to herself, his mother went away before he did.
Ham, as he was affectionately referred to by his friends and family, passed away on September 7th, 2014 in Salisbury. On February 5, 1954, George Christopher Ramsey Jr. was born in Iredell County, making him sixty years old today. He was Carrie Bell Ramsey and George C. Ramsey, Sr.’s (the latter of whom had passed away) son. Ham was the adoring nickname given to the son of Carrie Bell Ramsey and the late George C. Ramsey, Sr. Ham was the son of Carrie Bell Ramsey and the late George C. Ramsey, Sr.
In addition to attending Job Corp, he received his education in schools located within the Statesville City School District. Over the course of many years, he had been a devout member of the Bethel United Congregational Church, where he participated actively in the church’s choir and also served on the board of trustees. After 10 years of service in the United States Army, he was discharged with distinction. During his time in the military, he achieved the rank of sergeant. Because to his involvement in the Wheelchair Games, he was presented with a variety of accolades, awards, and medals at the end of the competition.