In loving memory of

Shannon Marie Custer
August 21, 1971 - November 8, 2020

Miss Shannon Marie Custer, 49, of Newton and formerly of Mocksville, died Sunday, November 8, 2020, at her home.
She was born August 21, 1971, in Norwich, NY, to the late Kenneth Merle and Diana Carol Cruikshank Custer. Miss Custer had been employed by Campers Inn, and dearly loved all her co-workers. She loved butterflies and was a big fan of NASCAR and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Survivors include a brother, Kevin Merle (Renae) of Statesville; a sister, Laurie Neill (Jeffery) of Hickory; her boyfriend, Rodney Miller of Mocksville; and four nieces, Anesia Boyd (Ethan) of Statesville, Kendra Custer (boyfriend, T.J.) of Newton, Megan Custer of Hickory, Mackenzie Jordan (Matthew) of Statesville.
A graveside service will be conducted at 2 p.m., Sunday, November 15, at Victory Baptist Church Cemetery, 1074 Midway Road, Statesville.
The family invites friends to come by Lambert Funeral Home in Mocksville, Saturday, November 14, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., to sign the register book.


Tara Lazenby wrote on Nov 15, 2020:

"My condolences goes out to Shannon\'s family and friends. I know she will be truly missed and memories never forgotten. Bless each and everyone of you. West Iredell High School Class of 1989 Warrior Pride"

Laurie wrote on Nov 13, 2020:

"I love you with all my heart Shannon! I?m sorry I didn?t get to say goodbye. You know I loved you. We all do. I am at peace because I know I will see you again along with mom and dad and all our other loved ones who have went on to be with our Lord in Heaven! "

Debra harrell wrote on Nov 12, 2020:

"She was the sweetest woman. "

Elizabeth Wilson wrote on Nov 11, 2020:

"My Friend I will miss you always I will keep you in my heart forever We had a lot of great times Wonderful laughs We?ve had our share of fun times and bad times But through it all we still had each other You were like a friend and sister all wrapped into one May you laugh and dance with the angel?s Till we meet up there in Heaven again my friend I love and miss you forever Elizabeth Wilson "