Let the family know you care by sharing this tribute.
Rodney Wayne Stamper, 49, of Salisbury, passed away on Tuesday, September 8, 2020 in transport to Glenn A. Kiser Hospice House in Salisbury. He was born on April 16, 1971 in Salisbury to the late Floyd and Betty Stamper.
Rodney worked as an associate for Autozone and enjoyed music, fishing, gardening and living each day to the fullest. He was the best provider. Most importantly he was a man of God. And he never missed a chance to share God’s word with anyone he came across. He had an impact on anyone he met.
Rodney is survived by his Son, Isaiah Christian Stamper and Wife, Olivia of Locust, Step-son, Charlie Canada of Locust, Sister, Cheryl Casper (Steven), Brothers, Michael Stamper (Ginger) and Curtis Stamper of Salisbury and special friend, Wendy Miller of Mocksville. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews and his soon to be first grandchild.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday September 12, 2020 at 4:00pm at Providence Baptist Church in Salisbury, conducted by Pastor, Sy Ponds.
Carolina Cremation of Salisbury and Charlotte is assisting the Stamper family. Online condolences may be made at www.carolinacremation.com.
I had the honor of working with HotRod/ Rod Dog(as us autozoners called him). He is by far the most amazing person ive encountered in my life. My husband as well worked with him many years ago, so ive known him for some years. Never spoke a bad word, always happy, always spoke the word of God, and was always such a hard worker. My condolences is for everyone in the family. He will be watching over his grandbaby. We love you Rodney!
Charlie Canada says
Rodney was the most honest, humble, and hardworking man I’ve ever known. Not only was he a man but a father. Not by blood by though the spirit of love he was best father I could ever ask for. He loved to play guitar every chance he could and even passed his love for music on to me by teaching me and his nephew Cody how to play the guitar. He loved nature so much he spent as much outside as he did on the guitar. He had a green thumb that could make anything grow and flourish. His love for God for abundant and he was always humble, never one to feel above anyone. He would have literally gave his last meal to someone else who was hungry, his jacket to someone who was cold, he opened his home to many people who just needed a little help in life. There’s nothing I I trade for the love and memories I have of Rodney and how took care of me and my mother when I was only 2 years old into the next 20 years of my life. He showed me the stars, told me their names, taught me the seasons of astronomy, and made sure I knew who created every bit of it. Rodney had an amazing connection with God here on Earth and he shared that connection with everyone he ever met and in the end eternally he rests among the Holiest of Holy, the King of Kings and Lord of Lords. In time Rodney we will meet again and until then, Godspeed, daddy.
Isaiah stamper says
I know my daddy walks with God! He introduced me to God and taught me how important a relationship with God is! Rodney stamper was a humble man and he put everyone around him first, he didn’t just speak the love of God he lived it! Thank you for the life you give me daddy, I cant wait to see you in heaven!