On April 19, 1958 Rhonda Renee Lytle was born to Mr. Wilbur James Lytle (who preceded her in death) and Mrs. Annie Mae Lytle-Young in Asheville,NC.
Rhonda grew up in Hempstead/Long Island, New York where she accaepted Christ at an early age. In 1976 she graduated form Hempstead High School and furthered her education by attending the secretarial school at Opportunity Industrialization Center (OIC) in Brooklyn, NY. She married at an early age and relocated with her husband to Germany where he was stationed in the Army.
Rhonda loved her family and took great joy in every opportunity to help others. Being the eldest of three, she was very nurturing but also loved playing pranks on her brothers and many cousins. As a young girl, she was very interested in the arts and enjoyed performing modern dance and taking advantage of every opportunity to study and enjoy other types of dance as well. She was a nursing assistant by profession and worked at Givens Estate. She also served as a volunteer with several missions to feed the hungry and do whatever else was needed to accomplish the tasks at hand which included working with programs at Trinity Church.
Rhonda departed this life on Wednesday, July 31, 2019, and leaves to cherish her memories a loving and devoted partner, Harold Rickey Gibson; loving mother, Annie Mae Lytle of Stockbridge, GA; five brothers, Derrick Lytle (preceded her in death), Tyrone M. Lytle (April) of Hampton, GA, Kabron J. Lytle of Charlotte, NC, Harry Coleman (Pamela) of Asheville, NC, Billy Watkins (LeeAnn) of Swannanoa, NC; sister, Theresa Patterson (Teddy) of Hickory, NC; four aunts, Lucille Crump of Fayetteville, GA, Priscilla Lytle of Asheville, NC, Wyvonia Simpson of Pensacola, FL, Mary Napper of Columbus, OH; four uncles, Bryant Fullwood of Asheville, NC, David Fullwood (Patricia) of Seaside, CA, Frank Williams of Winston Salem, NC, Walter Williams of Roankoe, VA; special friends Otto Logan, Ivory (Mann) Hunter, Verdell Ingram; and a very special cousin (sister and friend) Mary (Tinka) Lytle; along with a host of other relatives, cousins, and friends.