He was born to Bishop Lovelean Redd Fitz and Elmer Fitz Jr.(deceased)
PeeWee or Sour Dough Charlie as he was lovingly referred to by family and loved ones. He was the oldest of 6 and he was a good big brother to all of us. PeeWee was predeceased by one brother, Garrett Anthony Fitz (Cat), he leaves to mourn one brother Darryl Ethan Fitz( Fishman), three sisters Renee' Jackson(Nay), Diann Waller(Bird), and Tiffany Fitz(Chocolate) all of Danville.
He attended both Danville and Pittsylvania Schools, PeeWee played softball with the Mount Cross Allstars coached by Reverend Sonny Milner.
PeeWee drove tractor trailer trucks, did both roofing and Construction work with Mac Wilson.
PeeWee fathered four beautiful children: Marquita Sherron McKiether of Danville, Jesse Antony McKiether of Danville, Ridge Lamont McKiether - Samanta Lizet McKiether of Texas , DeKirah Sade Burton - Marlo V. Burton Jr. of Danville
PeeWee had 7 grandchildren: Keta- MarQuaveion Davis (grandson) -Zenovirah Davis ( granddaughter), Ridge- Zahara McKiether (granddaughter) - Zion McKiether (grandson)- Zosiah McKiether (grandson)
DeeDee- Marlo Burton (grandson) -Ashanti Burton (granddaughter), the mother of his 4 children Esther Denise McKiether
He also leaves Aunts, Uncles, nieces, nephew's and cousins .
He was predeceased by his Maternal grandparents: Mr. Henry Redd & Mrs. Josephine Redd, His Paternal grandparents:
Mr. Elmer Fitz Sr. & Mrs. Naomi Fitz, One brother n law : Anslow Jackson.
PeeWee loved to be around good people and to have a fun time, he loved to go fishing and he loved a good spade game while listening to and singing along to music, we often did our version of Karaoke open mic night at Pooh's house.(to anyone who has ever participated in it, I bet your smiling right now)
PeeWee grew up saying everyone he met was his cousin. When growing up I can't tell you the number of times he would bring someone home to tell Ma they was our cousin. So to all y'all here that ever met him- Hi Cousin!
PeeWee fought a good fight and held on as long as he could. He talked with Mama the Friday before he died, they talked and she prayed for him and rubbed his back, I heard him tell her " "Mama I'm tired".
My message to yall is Get Right Church So We Can Go Home
With Love The Family of Jesse Elmer Fitz.
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