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Dallas Talbert

Dallas Brant Talbert

Monday, April 23rd, 1928 - Tuesday, April 21st, 2020
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Mr. Dallas Brant Talbert, Jr., 91, passed away on Tuesday, April 21, 2020, 2 days prior to his 92nd birthday, at Pruitt Health-Town Center in Harrisburg.

Dallas will lie in state at Wilkinson Funeral Home on Thursday, April 23, 2020 from 9:00am-4:00pm. A private family graveside will be held Friday at Oakwood Cemetery. Any of his street rodder friends are invited to join the procession to Oakwood Cemetery, please be at Wilkinson Funeral Home by 2:30pm on Friday, April 24, 2020.

Dallas was born on April 23, 1928 in Cabarrus Co. to the late Dallas (Jake) and Grace Hodson Talbert. He is also preceded in death by his infant son Dallas B. Talbert III. Dallas had worked for many years as a cable splicer for the Concord Telephone Co.

He is survived by his wife, Helen Mae Morgan Talbert; dear friends, Richard and Vicki Jordan, Michael and Vicki Burris; 3 Sister-in-laws Ruth, Dot and Sybil, his” Good Buddies” and Street Rodder Friends and several nieces and nephews.

He was a longtime member of Forest Hill United Methodist Church and a Veteran of the U.S. Army. His also was a member of NRSA, AACA, Custom Scotters Club, V8 Motor Club, and was a peddle car collector and restorer.

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  • Visitation

    Thursday, April 23rd, 2020 | 9:00am - 4:00pm
    Thursday, April 23rd, 2020 9:00am - 4:00pm
    Wilkinson Funeral Home
    100 Branchview Dr. NE
    CONCORD, NC 28025
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  • Service

    Oakwood Cemetery
    471 N. Church St.
    CONCORD, NC 28025
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    A private family graveside will be held Friday at Oakwood Cemetery.


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John and Patty Keesee

Posted at 05:16pm
Aunt Heidi . We love you so much and we will miss Uncle Dallas, Patty and John Keesee
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Rick & Donna Wicker

Posted at 10:45am
Dallas and Helen were always like the Mom and Pop of the car shows we use to attend. We always went to the smaller shows where everybody knew everybody else. Mooresville, Danville, Spartenburg, Charleston to name a few. They were always there.
They were the sweetest, happiest couple we had ever met. We just always felt like family. We were talking about them just the other week. RIP dear Dallas and please tell Helen we said Hello and we think about them often.
Rick and Donna Wicker
Wheels of the Past
Sanford, North Carolina

Tim Moller

Posted at 10:16pm
On behalf of all the Classic Cruisers of Monroe we offer our sincerest thoughts and prayers to Helen and all that knew Dallas and had the opportunity to cherish any friendship, camaraderie, hand-shake or that simple hello that was always given. There wasn't hardly any large Classic Car event be it a show or Cruise In that both Dallas and Helen could be spotted attending.

Christin Burris

Posted at 06:10pm
I’ve known Dallas almost all my life, he has been so special to us but especially my dad. There wasn’t a week my dad didn’t go see them. I am praying for Miss Helen until they are reunited with each other and their sweet angel baby. What a glorious moment that will be!

Robin Hill

Posted at 12:30pm
My Uncle Dallas was always like a second father to me. He and Aunt Heidi (what our family calls Helen) were so very special to me growing up and even as an adult. We will ALL miss Uncle Dallas very very much. He will always be in our hearts, and we will hold up our precious little Aunt Heidi until they can be together again.

Linda Long Posted at 08:22pm

RIP my friend, crusin’ in heaven!

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