William Cloman “Billy” Kitchin

October 26, 1956 - July 7, 2021

10/26/1956 - 07/07/2021

William Cloman “Billy” Kitchin, age 64, of Scotland Neck, passed away on Wednesday, July 7, 2021 at his home.

He was born on October 26, 1956 to Cloman and Evelyn Moore Kitchin in Fort Lauderdale, FL.  Billy’s home soon became Scotland Neck, where he lived his entire life.  Billy worked for a trucking company as a spotter for several years in Rocky Mount.  He loved to collect car magazines, as well as miniature cars.  Billy enjoyed his privacy and did not get out often.  He was truly known by only a few, but those that knew him best talk of his wit and sense of humor.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Evelyn Moore Kitchin; his father, Cloman Kitchin; and his sister, Edith McEntire.

Billy is survived by many cousins.

There will be a private service at a later date.

Letchworth-Sykes Funeral Service in Scotland Neck is handling the arrangements for the Kitchin family and online condolences can be directed to the family by visiting letchworthsykesfs.com.

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KIMBERLEY SWAIN
1 year ago

I never forgot you, Billy, nor your sister Edith nor your mother “Miss Moore”. RIP
Kimberley

Sharon Hackney
1 year ago

I’m so sorry to hear of Billy’s passing. I met him at Food Lion back in 1996. He was always very kind and friendly. He knew who I was, but I didn’t know who he was, he’s statement “well I’m a little older than you”. My condolences to the family and I pray that Mr. Billy rest in peace.

Gardners 301 staff
1 year ago

From the staff of Gardner’s BBQ on 301. Billy will be missed.

Roland W Edwards
1 year ago

I’m saddened to hear of Billy’s passing. He was an interesting guy who had many varying interests. I saw him on several occasions uptown, but usually at the auto parts store and he was always friendly and loved talking about cars, especially hot rods. He was always jovial and I don’t remember him ever complaining about anything. RIP my friend.

Kelly Ayscue
1 year ago

I hope Billy rests in peace. And I appreciate the people who looked after him all these years.

Eddie Braxton
1 year ago

Had many conversations with Billy in my office at Farm Bureau. He was different, but enjoyable to talk with. I could always count on a wave from him, no matter where I met him on the road.