Beulah Nance Colter
Beulah Nance Colter, 86, of Winston-Salem died December 10. She was born July 12, 1920 in Winston-Salem. She was an active member of Ardmore Church of Christ, where she was one of the five families who started the church. She served in various capacities over the years as organist, Sunday school superintendent, Sunday school teacher, Sunday school secretary and youth leader. She also served as a forwarding agent for the Dennis D. Pruitt family when they served as missionaries in Africa. The ardmore church recently honored Mr. and Mrs. Colter by raising enough money to build an orphanage home in Zimbabwe, Africa in their honor. She was preceded in death by her husband, Daniel J. Colter; her parents, Richard Guy Nance and Sarah Viola Scott; a sister, Ruth Nancy Neely, and a brother, Richard Nance.
Surviving are her daughter, Carolyn Colter Barlow; two sons, Wayne Colter and wife Kay and Terry Colter and wife Claudia, all of Winston-Salem; three granddaughters, Angela Colter Hoffman of Baltimore and Dian Barlow Burcham and Jennifer Lynn Colter of Winston-Salem; two great-grandchildren, Marissa Colter of Winston-Salem and Owen Hoffman of Baltimore; and two brothers, Jack Nance of Clemmons and Horace Nance of Burlington.
Funeral services were held at Ardmore Church of Christ with David Woolard and Dr. Dennis Pruitt officiating. Burial followed at Westlawn Gardens of Memory in Clemmons. Memorials may be made to Ardmore Church of Christ or Hospice & Palliative CareCenter, 101 Hospice Lane, Winston-Salem, NC 27103.
Pansy Arlee Webb Combs
Pansy Arlee Webb Combs, 79, of King died December 10 at the Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home. She was born April 2, 1927, in Hillsville, Va., to George Madison and Lura Cruise Webb. She taught at the Vinson School near Hillsville prior to her marriage. On August 16, 1949, she married William Revis Combs, and they enjoyed a happy life together until his death in June 2001. While she was a member of First Baptist Church of Stanleyville, she served as Sunday school teacher, WMU president and vacation Bible school superintendent. She was later a member of Mineral Springs Baptist Church and at the time of her death was a member of First Baptist Church of King. She was preceded in death by her husband; her parents; and an infant brother.
Surviving are a daughter, Sandra Combs Boyette and husband Dr. Gray Boyette, of Winston-Salem; a son, Benny Revis Combs and wife Linda Sharpe Combs of Rural Hall; two grandchildren, Emily Revis Combs of Boone and Benjamin Andrew Combs of Rural Hall; a sister, Imogene Burcham of Clemmons; two sisters-in-law, Arlene Lowe of Hillsville and Peggy Combs of Winston-Salem; and many nieces; nephews; and cousins.
Funeral services were held at Salem Funeral Home Chapel with Dr. Cecil Cave and Dr. John Wrenn officiating. Burial followed at Crestview Memorial Park in Rural Hall.
Willie Smith Eccles
Mr. Willie Smith Eccles, 79, of 1423 Harrison Ave., Winston-Salem, passed away Friday, Feb. 15, 2008, at Forsyth Medical Center. He was born June 24, 1928, in Clemmons, the son of Alexander and Eliza Wharton Eccles. Smith was a dedicated member of Carver School Road Church of Christ. He demonstrated this dedication by working with the church treasurer and leading songs. His favorite hymn was No. 398 - “Everybody Will Be Happy Over There.” He attended Carver High School where he also drove a school bus from Clemmons to Winston-Salem. He served as a military policeman in the Korean Conflict and worked at R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. for 30 years. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by four brothers; and five sisters. He leaves to cherish his memories his devoted wife of 54 years, Mae Belle Eccles of the home; a son, Kevin (Kim) Eccles of Atlanta, Ga.; two daughters, Renae Eccles and Katonya Eccles of Winston-Salem; four brothers, George E. (Viola) Eccles of Norfolk, Va.; Frank L. Eccles of Luxembourg; Dallas C. (Ruth) Eccles of Clemmons; and David L. (Francine) Eccles of Columbia, Md.; a sister, Bobed E. Murray of Winston-Salem; two grandchildren, Alex and Kelsi Eccles; a devoted niece, Mary Ann Robinson; two devoted friends, Rodney Nash and Chuck Jennings; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Funeral services were conducted Thursday, Feb. 21, at Carver School Road Church of Christ, with Brother Jefferson Caruthers officiating. Interment followed in Piedmont Memorial Gardens.
Irene Boger Conrad
Mrs. Irene Boger Conrad, 89, of Lewisville went home to be with the Lord on Monday morning, Feb. 18, 2008. She was born April 6, 1918, in Forsyth County to Louie and Gertrude Mae Boger. She was a lifetime member of Lewisville United Methodist Church. Mrs. Conrad excelled as a basketball player for Old Town School and played semi-pro basketball for Hanes Hosiery. She enjoyed working in her yard and cooking for her family and friends. She was a good neighbor to everyone. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Mrs. Conrad retired from Western Electric after 30 years of service. She was a devoted partner in assisting her husband with their farming chores. She was an active member of the Who Club at Lewisville United Methodist Church. Mrs. Conrad was preceded in death by her husband, Vernon Esta Conrad; her parents; and four brothers, Harold Boger, Herbert Boger, Howard Boger and Lester Boger. She is survived by her son, Victor Esta Conrad of Lewisville; a grandson, Victor Shannon (Dana) Conrad of Winston-Salem; two granddaughters, Mrs. Robin (Eddie) Day of Durham and Mrs. Dee Dee (Monty) Forrest of Boonville; three great-granddaughters, Kendra (Tony) Widner of East Bend; Casey Forrest of Boonville; and Savannah Childress of Winston-Salem; four great-grandsons, Seth Forrest of Yadkinville; Seth Childress of Winston-Salem; Adam Conrad of Winston-Salem; and Thomas Conrad of Winston-Salem; and four great-great-grandsons, Jake, Max, Dru Widner and Cayman Forrest-Pruitt. The funeral service was conducted Feb. 21, at Lewisville United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Keith Bingham conducting. Burial was in the church cemetery. Memorials may be made to Lewisville United Methodist Church, 703 Shallowford Road, Lewisville, NC 27023.
Barbara Ann Matthews
Ms. Barbara Ann Matthews, 69, of 801 Woodview Ridge Trail, Lewisville, passed away Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008, at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. “Nana” was a wonderful mother, grandmother and friend to all who knew her. She was born May 26, 1938, in Surry County to the late Leonard and Ada Seals Matthews. She was retired from AT&T, was of the Baptist faith and was a homemaker. Surviving are two daughters, Cathy Canzonza and Nancy Frye both of Lewisville; a grandson and fiancee, Joshua Canzona of Boston, Mass., and Molly Rose Makover of Winston-Salem; a sister, Wanda Hall of Pilot Mountain, two brothers and sisters-in-law, Bobby and Mary Ruth Matthews of Mount Airy and Bill and Alicia Matthews of San Francisco, Calif. A memorial service was conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 23, at Moody Funeral Home Chapel of Mount Airy, with Mr. Joshua Canzona and the Rev. Ann Tuttle officiating. Flowers will be accepted, and memorials may be made to the Dr. Cathy Canzona and Dr. Lenora Campbell Nursing Discretionary Fund, 601 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Winston-Salem, NC 27110. The family would like to express a special thanks to staff of Winston-Salem Rehabilitation Center and her personal caregivers. Online condolences may be made at www.moodyfuneralservices.com.
Alice Thompson Umhau
Mrs. Alice Thompson Umhau of Sweetwater Court, Clemmons, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2008, at her home. Mrs. Umhau was born Dec. 12, 1921, in Surry County to Benjamin and Emma Cockerham Thompson. Mrs. Umhau graduated from Mountain Park High School in 1938 and attended Richmond Business College and Strayer University of Maryland; School of Secretaries and Pan American Business College in Washington, D.C. She was a lifetime member of Eastern Star Chapter 48 for 50 years and was a member of the Ritual of the Ladies Oriental Shrine in Washington where she traveled worldwide with the Shriners. She retired from the U.S. Patent office in Washington, D.C., as an executive director for the Board of Appeals in 1975. Mrs. Umhau was a member of Calvary Baptist Church in Winston-Salem and was a former member of First Baptist Church of Washington, D.C., and St. Paul Episcopal Church in Maryland. She was an avid reader of the Bible, reading the Old Testament once each year and the New Testament twice each year. Alice was a resident of Heritage Woods Retirement Center in Winston-Salem from 1995-2007 where she was on the greeting committee and volunteered at the gift shop. She loved spending time at her vacation home in Chesapeake Beach, Md., and loved her companion, her poodle, “Rumsey.” She married Walter C. Umhau in 1941, and he preceded her in death. In addition to her parents; and husband; she was preceded in death by her brothers and sisters, Ralph Thompson, Ruth Wingfield, Ray Thompson, Tommy Thompson, Mary Thompson Spainhour and Hort Thompson. Survivors include nieces Betty Spainhour of the home, Doris Wagoner and husband Harold of Hamptonville, Peggy Wingfield, Linda Wingfield and Joyce Fairlamb of Virginia, Debbie Doerr and Paige Thompson both of New York, and Brenda Thompson of Asheville; nephews David Wingfield and wife Carol of Apex, Joe Spainhour and wife Myra of Harrisburg, Bill Spainhour and wife Kay of Pensacola, Fla., Ralph Spainhour of Virginia, Johnny Thompson and wife Elaine of Robbinsville, Doughton Thompson and wife Pat, Freddie Lee Thompson and Charles Thompson, all of Elkin; Chris Thompson and wife Brenda of Jonesville; a sister-in-law, Melba Thompson Bari of Pennsylvania; Naomi Thompson of Jonesville; and many loving great-nieces and great-nephews and their families. Funeral services were conducted Sunday, Feb. 24, at Mountain Park Baptist Church, with the Rev. Ken Bradstone officiating. Burial followed at Mountain Park Cemetery with Masonic Rites. The family will accept flowers, or memorials may be made to Hospice and Palliative CareCenter, 101 Hospice Lane, Winston-Salem, NC 27103, or Shriners Hospitals for Children, Office of Development, 2900 Rocky Point Drive, Tampa, FL 33607-1460. Beth and Betty would like to thank everyone who served a part in the last year with Aunt Alice during her recovering in the hospital and her illness while at home. All the CNAs with different agencies and the staff with Hospice of Winston-Salem. A special thank you goes to Tabitha Carney “Katie.”
Raymond Lester Sarbaugh Jr.
Raymond Lester Sarbaugh Jr., 80, passed away Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008, at Forsyth Medical Center. He was born June 21, 1927, to Raymond Lester Sarbaugh and Alice Barnes Sarbaugh in Fayetteville. Mr. Sarbaugh held A.B., M.Ed. and Ed.D. degrees from UNC-Chapel Hill. He devoted his professional life to public education and to the youth of Forsyth County. He began his career in 1949 with the Forsyth County schools, serving as a teacher and coach at Lewisville School and Northwest High School. In 1956, he became the first director of guidance for the Forsyth County schools. Subsequently he served as assistant superintendent of schools of Forsyth County, and with the advent of city/county consolidation, became associate superintendent for instruction and later assistant superintendent for secondary education. Mr. Sarbaugh played a central role in helping local schools meet the challenges of consolidation and desegregation. After his retirement from the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County schools, he served as executive director of the N.C. Association of School Administrators until his retirement in 1989. Mr. Sarbaugh’ s passion was rooting for his beloved Carolina Tarheels basketball team. He enjoyed golf and tennis and continued to work on a volunteer basis as treasurer of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Retired School Personnel. He was preceded in death by his youngest daughter, Carol Sarbaugh. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Sue Carter Sarbaugh; daughters Martha Veto and her husband, Robert, of Florence, S.C., and Janet Sarbaugh and her husband, William McAllister, of Pittsburgh, Pa.; his sister, Rachel Sarbaugh, and her life partner, Shirley Underwood of Manassas, Va.; and two grandchildren, Rachel Veto and Charles Veto. A memorial service will be held Feb. 24, at Home Moravian Church. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to Home Moravian Church, 529 S. Church St., Winston-Salem, NC, 27101. Online condolences may be made at www.salemfh.com.
John Edgar Mayes Sr
John Edgar Mayes Sr., 80, of Clemmons died Sunday, Feb. 24, 2008, at the Crest of Clemmons. Mr. Mayes was born Sept. 16, 1927, in Forsyth County, a son of the late Lonnie Mayes and the late Beatrice Wooten Mayes. He was a U.S. Army veteran and was a retired service manager with Action Parts and Service. He is survived by his wife of 36 years, Carlene Freeman Mayes; six children; 12 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; a sister; and a brother. The funeral service will be conducted at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27, at Hayworth-Miller Silas Creek Chapel, with the Rev. James Gray and the Rev Otis Hurst officiating. Interment will follow in Forsyth Memorial Park. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. today, Feb. 26, at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to Heaven Bound Baptist Church, Lexington. The family would like to thank the staff at the Crest of Clemmons for their care and support.
Richard E. Sands
Richard E. Sands, 80, of Clemmons died October 13 at his home. He was born March 23, 1922, in Exeter, Pa., to Corea Albert and Grace Goodrich Sands. He was retired from Boeing Co. He was a very active member of the YMCA in Clemmons while his health permitted. He was an avid hiker and outdoorsman and loved his dogs and bird watching.
Surviving are a daughter, Sandy Morris and husband Jim of Clemmons; a son, Richard H. Sands and wife Lisa and their children, Richie and Matt Sands of Trainer, Pa.; two sisters, Jemima Wildrick of Aston, Pa. and Beatrice Krug of Ogden, Pa.; three brothers, Kennard Sands of West Pittston, Pa., Nathan Sands of Harding, Pa., and Cory Sands of Bethlehem, Pa.; and a number of nieces and nephews.
A memorial service was held at Mount Pleasant Methodist Church, the chapel at Tanglewood, with Chaplain Beverly Isley-Landreth officiating.
Clifton Eugene Binkley
Clifton Eugene Binkley, 79, of Clemmons died October 13 at Forsyth Medical Center, following years of failing health. He was born September 28, 1923, in Davidson County to William Henry and Rosie Thomas Binkley. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II and retired from the trucking industry after 27 years of service. His parents; a dear brother, James; and three sisters, Irene, Edith and Frances, preceded him in death.
Surviving are his wife of 56 years, Martha Canter Binkley of the home; a daughter, Linda Jones; two sons, John and Stanley Binkley; four grandsons, Steve, Chris, John David Binkley and Timmy Jones; three great-grandchildren; two sisters, Faye Webb and Annice Willard; two brothers, William and Charlie Binkley; and several nieces and nephews.
A graveside service was held at Immanuel Baptist Church Cemetery with Rev. Carl Taylor officiating.
Clarke Doub Hauser
Clarke Doub Hauser, 82, of Pfafftown died October 17 at the Winston-Salem Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center. He was born September 27, 1920, to Pinkney E. and Sallie Doub Hauser. He lived all of his life in Forsyth County and was a lifelong member of Brookstown United Methodist Church. He was retired from Mock Tire Co. and enjoyed farming as long as his health permitted. He was preceded in death by his wife, Edna Tucker Hauser, on April 1, 1997.
Surviving are two sons, Joseph Clarke Hauser and wife Kathy of Merritt Island, Fla., and Russell Gray Hauser and wife Connie of Pfafftown; a grandson, David Clarke Hauser; a granddaughter, Megan Grey Hauser; a great-grandson, Cody Clarke Hauser; a sister, Thelma Myers of Lexington; three brothers, John E. Hauser and wife Wilma of Pfafftown, Joseph J. Hauser and wife Velma of Burlington and David R. Hauser and wife Florence of Lexington; a sister-in-law, Juanita Nance and husband Earl of Pfafftown; and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held at Brookstown United Methodist Church with Rev. Eugene Dean officiating.
Lillie Rogers Maines
Lillie Rogers Maines, 86, of Lewisville died October 12 at Forsyth Medical Center. She was born February 10, 1916, in Ripley, Miss., to Edward Hindman Rogers and Annie Lou Spencer Rogers. She was preceded in death by her parents; and her husband, Woodrow Wilson Maines.
Surviving are her daughter, Dorothy Ann “Dottie” Maines of Winston-Salem; her son, William Roger Maines and wife Debra of Lewisville; and three sisters, Zelphia Kelley and Ruby Mitchell, both of Lubbock, Texas, and Odethia Mazick of High Point.
Funeral services were held at Vogler & Sons Reynolda Road Chapel and burial followed at Westlawn Gardens of Memory in Clemmons.
Thelma Brookshire Dyer
Thelma Brookshire Dyer, 80, of North Wilkesboro died October 12 at Villages of Wilkes. She was born June 10, 1922, in Wilkes County to James Edgar and Martha Ada Michael Brookshire. She was a member of Welcome Home Baptist Church where she taught in the children's department for 23 years and was a member of the Baptist WMU.
Surviving are her husband, Chalmer Dyer of North Wilkesboro; a daughter, Mary Frances Stahl and husband John of Clemmons; three sisters, Marcella Carpenter, Bonnie Cook and Frances Bumgarner, all of North Wilkesboro; a grandson, Andrew Stahl and wife Megan of St. Petersburg, Fla.; and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held at Welcome Home Baptist Church with Rev. Robert Webb and Rev. Carl Elledge officiating, and burial followed at Mountlawn Memorial Park.
James Roy Stimpson
James “Jim” Roy Stimpson, 71, of Clemmons died October 14 at Forsyth Medical Center. He was born May 30, 1931, in Yadkin County to Samuel and Laura Jarrett Stimpson Sr. He was a member of Benbow Chapel AME Zion Church. He served in the U.S. Army and was retired from Thalhiemer’s. He was preceded in death by his parents; a sister, Laura B. Stimpson; and by a brother, Charles Stimpson.
Surviving are a devoted companion and her sons, Annie Mae Bradley of the home, Harry Bradley of South Carolina and Rendel Bradley of the home; four sisters, Louise Williams of Passaic, N.J., Lola Black and Josephine Stimpson, both of Winston-Salem, and Evelyn Rodman of Asheboro; two brothers, Sam Stimpson and wife Geraldine of Winston-Salem and Herman Stimpson of Asheboro; two aunts, Milrose Shores of Winston-Salem and Lillian Booker of Philadelphia, Pa.; an uncle, James Jarrett and wife Martha of Philadelphia, Pa; a sister-in-law, Margaret Stimpson of Fayetteville; his wife, Josie Stimpson of Oakdale, La.; several devoted friends, nieces and nephews; the devoted extended Sherrill family; and the devoted extended Alison Armfield family.
Funeral services were held at the Benbow Chapel AME Zion Church with Rev. Louis Hunter officiating, and burial followed in the church cemetery.
Wilburn Harvey Deszern Sr.
Wilburn Harvey Deszern Sr., 62, of Pfafftown died October 17.
A memorial service was held at Hayworth-Miller Rural Hall Chapel.
Sue Johnson Page
Sue “Nell” Johnson Page, 79, formerly of Winston-Salem, died October 9 at Meadowbrook Terrace of Davie in Advance after a lengthy illness. She was born March 12, 1923, in Wilkes County to Roscoe Johnson and Addie Glass Johnson. She was preceded in death by her mother and father; five brothers, Glenn, Denver, Stewart, R.C. and Frank Johnson and Albert Curry; and a sister, Blanche Johnson.
Surviving are her husband, Mitchell Page; three daughters, Judy Libro and husband Charles, Carol Johnson and husband Ralph, and Patsy Brewer and husband Ronnie, all of Clemmons; five grandchildren, Stephanie Mitchell and husband Steve of Columbia, S.C., Debbie Carter and husband Marty of Shreveport, La., Todd Brewer and wife Heather of Lewisville, Joey Libro of Shreveport, La., and Allen Johnson of Asheville; eight great-grandchildren, Connor, Wesley and Trey Mitchell of Columbia, S.C., and Trisha, Jenna, Christopher, James and Al Carter of Shreveport, La.; three sisters, Ruby Pardue of Ronda, Edith Lawrence and husband Graham of Elkin and Frances Gray of Clemmons; two sisters-in-law, Sheloma Johnson of Ronda and Bonnie Johnson of North Wilkesboro; two step-daughters, Pat Downs of King and Sandra Rankin and husband Bill of Coral Springs, Fla.; four stepgrand-children, Jimmie Warren, Marion Allen Johnson, Debbie Doub and Dennis Page; 10 stepgreat-grandchildren; a very special lifetime friend, Vicky Call and husband Clarence; and many other special friends and family members.
Funeral services were held at Hayworth-Miller Silas Creek Chapel with Pastor L.C. Taylor and the Rev. Arnett Harris officiating. Burial followed at Westlawn Gardens of Memory.
Gertrude May Greenaway Wendorf
Gertrude May Greenaway Wendorf, 95, of Lewisville died October 18 at her home. She was born February 24, 1907, in Dormansland, England, to the late Daniel and Emily Greenaway. At the age of 5, she moved to Ontario, Canada, but most of her adult life was spent in Marietta, Ga. She later moved to Lewisville and has spent many years in the community. She was a member of Lewisville United Methodist Church and several community causes. She was preceded in death by her husband, Elmer C. Wendorf; and a brother, Charles Greenaway.
Surviving are a daughter, Donna Harbuck and husband Gene of Winston-Salem; four grandchildren, David Harbuck, Wendy and Tony Allen, Beth and Chris Rozina and Jonathan Harbuck; a host of great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild; and a sister, Nell Thompson of Port Rowan, Canada.
Funeral services were held at Lewisville United Methodist Church with Rev. Don Routh officiating, and burial followed in the church cemetery.
Jack Daniel Miller
Jack Daniel Miller, 76, of Raleigh died October 14 at Sunnybrook Nursing Home. He was a native of Winston-Salem and the son of the late John H. Miller and Bertha Cook Miller. He served as a medic in the U.S. Army in the European Theater during World War II and retired from Kraft Dairy Foods after 25 years of loyal service as a sales manager. After retiring from Kraft, he worked at Cheviot Hills Golf Course in Raleigh, which he loved greatly. He was a member of Trinity Baptist Church in Raleigh and First Baptist Church of Winston Salem. He was preceded in death by his wife of 47 years, Ruby E. Miller, on Aug. 31, 2002.
Surviving are his son, John Miller of Raleigh; two daughters, Anne Paxton of Clemmons and Laura Laraia of Raleigh; four grandchildren, Ian Paxton, Kelly Harden, Amanda and Brittany Laraia; two brothers, James Miller of Winston-Salem and Bill Miller of Pinellas Park, Fla.; and a sister, June Nifong of Clemmons.
Funeral services were held at Brown-Wynne Funeral Home Chapel in Raleigh, and a graveside service was held at Forsyth Memorial Park.
Joyce Collis March
Joyce Collis March, 76, of Fairfax, Va. died October 14. She was born January 21, 1926, in Little Switzerland, to Mary Helen Collis. She was a former member of Green Street United Methodist and Trinity United Methodist churches in Winston-Salem and was a LPN for many years at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. She taught Sunday school and was an active member of Green Street for many years. She was preceded in death by her husband Hoyle Alvis March.
Surviving are a son, Eric H. March and wife Kathy of Clemmons; a daughter, Theresa J. March of Fairfax, Va.; and a cousin, Miriam Bennett of Marion.
A graveside service was held at Forsyth Memorial Park with Rev. Ervin Hauser officiating.
Thelma W. Mullis
Thelma W. Mullis, 91, of Clemmons died January 29 at the Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home. She was born June 27, 1911, in Iredell County to William Cyrus and Attrie York Wooten. She was retired from P.H. Hanes Knitting. She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Webster Mullis, in 1978.
Surviving are two daughters, Josephine Gibbons of East Bend and Betty Binkley of Clemmons; three sons, James Mullis and wife Melba of Yadkinville, Gilbert Mullis and wife Anita of Advance and Bobby Garner and wife Daphne of Germanton; a sister, Effie Sheets of Clemmons; a brother, Kenneth Wooten of Statesville; 11 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at Hayworth-Miller Silas Creek Chapel with Dr. Joe Myers officiating, and burial followed at Winthrop Friends Cemetery in Harmony.
Harold Gene Tesh
Harold Gene Tesh, 70, of Clemmons died January 29 at his home.
A graveside service was held at Bethlehem Reformed United Church of Christ Cemetery.