Graveside services will be held at 2:00 P.M., Wednesday, January 6, 2021 at Champ Waters Cemetery, 191 Twin Church Road, Montezuma, Georgia.
Please be mindful that we will adhere to all government recommendations and mandates at all services at this time. We are limiting graveside seating to no more than 10 with masks being strongly encouraged. Other masked attendees are welcomed but will be expected to practice social distancing.
Graveside services are likely to be held on ground that is uneven, which is out of the control of Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel, Inc. We ask that you take this into consideration when choosing footwear, such as shoes with high, thin heels. Please be advised that Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel, Inc. will not be held responsible for injuries at a grave site because of this.
Dorothy Lee Westberry Kendrick was born in Cordele, Georgia to the late Carl Lee Westberry and the late Amanda Ballard Young on April 20, 1945. She was preceded in death by her son, Anqulitus Kendrick, and siblings, Ivory Tucker, Charlie Riley, Willie Frank Riley, James Westberry, Carl Westberry, and Mcary McClendon. She a 1963 graduate of George Washington Carver High, Miami, Florida. She confessed Christ as her personal Savior at an early age and became a member of Brown Chapel under the leadership of Pastor Bobby Brown.
While living in the Atlanta, Georgia she was employed with Rich’s Warehouse as a Merchandise Receiver and at Own Illinois as a Line Technician.
Dorothy was joined in holy matrimony to the late Jesse Kendrick Jr. in 1970 and to this union two sons were born.
She is survived by a son Jesse Kendrick III (Crystal), Oglethorpe, Georgia; four grandchildren, Gabriele Bethune, Jessica Kendrick, Zaccheus Kendrick, and Ladasia Luckey; a goddaughter, Kendra Mathis; a brother, James Riley (Zona), Montezuma, Georgia; god siblings Carolyn, Doris, Clara, Mary Ann, and Betty Jean; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends including a devoted friend Lena Johnson.