April 26, 1974 – February 27, 2022
On April 26th, 1974, Barbara Ann Streeter who was married to the Late Earnest James Streeter, went to FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital because she was experiencing shortness of breath. After being examined by the doctors while her seven year-old daughter Lynn sat in the waiting room, Barbara learned that she needed to give birth immediately at seven months of pregnancy.
After the birth of her baby (Anthony), she told the nurse that was cleaning up the area that her stomach was still hurting. This led to the birth of her second baby Corey. Mr. Streeter was so excited and proud of the birth of his twin boys.
Anthony received his education from Montgomery County Schools and later received his truck driver’s license. He would meet his parents at the Fuel plaza during his many trips to the sandpit in Candor. They were so proud of their son and his accomplishments.
Anthony was employed by Perdue Farms, where he drove a forklift truck. He loved his job and the opportunity to be back in the workforce.
Anthony was preceded in death by his father, Earnest James Streeter.
One of Anthony’s favorite things to do was spend time with family and friends, where he enjoyed dancing, laughing, and loving on them. In addition, he used to stay up late and watch Street Outlaw.
Anthony enjoyed fishing with his buddy/cousin Bryant McCaskill. He loved teaching and mentoring young people. Last year he taught Nishelle and NiSean Winters how to ride motorcycles. He loved to laugh and was a friend to many. He always had a listening ear and was always trying to help others.
He leaves to cherish his memories, his beloved mother, Barbara Collins Streeter of Candor NC; his brother James Devlin Streeter (Melody) of Sanford NC, his sister Barbara Lynn Streeter of Candor NC, and his twin brother Mitchell Corey Streeter (Yvette) of Fayetteville, NC. Anthony genuinely loved his two nieces, Gabby and Courtney and Ruger (his dog). Anthony was loved dearly by a host of aunts and uncles, cousins, and friends.
We never had to worry when he was around. He was the family babysitter whether we asked him to do it or not. His presence commanded respect. He was the type of person that loved almost everybody, and if he didn’t like you, then you knew it.
Anthony Michael, your presence will be missed.