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KeOnna "Jordan" Roberson
December 11, 1991-November 25, 2018

A vigil will be held 12:00 Saturday December 7, 2019, to commemorate the life of KeOnna Roberson, 26, who was fatally stabbed last year. 


The vigil will be held in Washington Park, Winston-Salem, NC.

Use the 1490 South Broad Street entrance and follow the driveway to the parking lot, where you will see the vigil. 

KeOnna graduated with honors from her GED program at Forsyth Tech and she was a fan of Michael Jordan. Her favorite colors were red, white and black and we encourage you to wear those colors at the vigil!

Stand with KeOnna's family and friends to mark immeasurable loss due to violence and to celebrate the power of life, love and community. 



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Tuesday June 26, 2018

Vigil for Healing for James Anthony Davis, Jr.

On his birthdate, stand with James' family and friends near the site of his fatal shooting to mark immeasurable loss due to violence and to celebrate the power of life, love and community

6:00-6:30, Tuesday June 26, 2018
Rupert Bell Park
Corner of Mt. Zion Place & File St., WS
Rain or Shine

Officiant: Chaplain Aaron Eaton, Wake Forest Baptist Health

Newspaper photo-story about the vigil 

Vigil for Healing will be held Saturday Sept. 16, 2017


In Memory of Karodd Revon Nash, 25
on the one-year anniversary of his murder


On behalf of Karodd's loved ones, we invite you to stand with them...

Against violence, to reclaim his murder site, and to honor the sacredness of Karodd's life and all lives


Saturday September 16, 2017
2:00-2:30 pm
Rupert Bell Park, Winston-Salem
near the softball field at the corner of File St. and E. 10th St. 


Rain or shine, all ages welcome

This case remains unsolved

May 2017 — We Asked and You Answered... We've received $1,050.00 in donations! 


Homicides put all sorts of pressures on families beyond the obvious emotional ones.


Burial expenses often eat up family savings or the rent money. 


Following an unusually high number of local homicides, our funds for financially struggling families were running low.


We emailed an appeal for donations and a generous community answered.




With these personal tax-deductible donations and a renewed grant from The Winston-Salem Foundation we are now in a position of financial strength.

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