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Rodney Castleberry Dawsonville Ga – Castleberry’s better half had the choice of uttering a few final words before Rodney died on Thursday night at Emory University Hospital, according to Kevin Woody, a friend of Castleberry’s.
In an interview with CBS46 on Friday, Woody stated, “I’ve spoken with Jessica and the kids, and it’s not unusual for them to be wrestling with this.”
Castleberry contracted COVID-19 seven days before he scheduled to be immunised for the first time in July 2021.
In August, he was placed on ECMO life support. Woody indicated that he was on the watch for his comrades and that he would be practicing-based rehabilitation till the end of his days.
Woody added, “It’s been a long trip, eight months of battle.”
“Yet, from the moment he was confronted with this conflict until his last moments, the previous evening, Rodney gave it everything he had and he was a warrior to the fullest extent possible.”
On Wednesday night, Woody and others conducted a prayer vigil outside the emergency clinic.
Castleberry, according to Woody, was an active angler, guitarist, and musician with a strong sense of self-assurance. Castleberry leaves behind two women and his extremely crucial completely different, Jessica.
On the internet and throughout Dawson and Forsyth Counties, a people group of about 3,000 people has been mobilising for Rodney.
Rodney Castleberry’s Family
Rodney Castleberry Rodney is held accountable by his significant other, Jessica, and two children. Rodney Castleberry of Dawsonville died at the age of 46 after a fight with COVID-19 that lasted eight months.
Bearden Funeral Home – Dawsonville has publicly confirmed Rodney Castleberry’s death on Thursday, March 17, 2022.
Kevin Woody, a friend of Castleberry’s, said his wife was able to speak a few final words before Rodney died on Thursday evening at Emory University Hospital.
“I’ve spoken with Jessica and the kids, and they’re having a difficult time with this,” Woody stated in a CBS46 interview on Friday.
Castleberry contracted COVID-19 in July 2021, a week before his first vaccine dose was planned.
He was put on ECMO life support in August. Woody stated that he was regaining his strength and would be continuing physical treatment until the end of his life.
Woody remarked, “It’s been a hard journey, 8 months of battle.”
“However, Rodney has fought this war from the beginning until the very end, last night, he gave it everything he had and he was a fighter to the finish.”
On Wednesday evening, Woody and others staged a prayer vigil outside the hospital.
Castleberry, according to Woody, was an enthusiastic fisherman, guitarist, and composer, as well as a dedicated Christian. Castleberry is survived by his two daughters and wife, Jessica.
A group of about 3,000 people has rallied online and in Dawson and Forsyth Counties to support Rodney.
Rodney Castleberry’s Wife and Kids
Rodney is survived by his two children and wife, Jessica.