Mrs. Ina Sue Solomon was called to rest on November 16, 2019. She was born to the late Baldy and Lessie Arrington, in Franklin County, North Carolina. She joined Cedar Rock Baptist church at an early age and continued to keep her faith. She attended the Franklin County Public School System. Ina Sue was united with and married to Wilbert G. Solomon on November 27, 1962. From this marriage came 4 beautiful children. Ina worked for the Newport News Public School System and she retired in July of 2011.
Sue, better known as “Lil Sue,” was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt, cousin, godmother and friend. She enjoyed her family, friends, fishing, reading her bible, sitting on the porch, and long talks on the telephone with her friends and love ones everyday.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Wilbert G. Solomon; her son, Wayne “Juice” Solomon; her grandchildren, Mahon and Sahon Solomon; sisters, Barbara Long and Thelma Eaddy; brothers, James H. Arrington, Joe L. Arrington, and Frank Arrington; and her godson Keith Hinton.
Her legacy is left to her children, Tony G. Solomon of North Carolina, Wanda L. Wilson and Derek L. Solomon both of Hampton, Virginia; her sisters, Ella Kernodle, Carlynn West, of Baltimore, Maryland, Janie Terrell (Tommy) and Helen Woodard (John) of North Carolina; one brother, Harrold Arrington (Venus) of Baltimore Maryland; 3 sisters-in-law, Wyvonnia Arrington, Blanch Spivey, both of North Carolina, and Helen Solomon of Baltimore, Maryland; 2 brothers-in-law, Nathaniel Eaddy of Baltimore, Maryland, and William Solomon (Mary) of Ohio; 23 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren; 2 god-children, Vera and Lisa Hinton, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
Special Daughters: Cheryl Barrett and Barbara Riddick.
Special Friends: Jeroldine “Jerol” Hinton, Rose Porter, Brenda Robinson, Marie Hunter, Brenda/BT Moore, Mrs. Boykins, Ms.Vertie Williams, Jeannette Walker, May Perry, and a Margaret Spragan.
Ina Sue Solomon was a GREAT wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, cousin, godmother, and friend. She left a loving mark on everyone she came in contact with.
She will truly be missed.
We, the family, would like to express our sincere appreciation for professionalism and compassion that was provided to our loved one.