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C.F. (Whitey) Boswell

June 20, 2017

A Lynwood Lakes resident since 1961, C.F. "Whitey" Boswell, also know as "Effie", passed away at his home on Tuesday, June 20, 2017. Whitey was born in Winston-Salem, NC on May 15, 1931 to the late Neal and Ruby Bateman Wagoner. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Richard Boswell, Frank Wagoner and stepfather, Luther Wagoner. The family moved to Burlington, NC in 1932. Due to the Great Depression, C.F. went to work at an early age to assist his parents. He popped corn at the theater, delivered shoes for Jack's Shoe Shop, delivered papers, and cooked at Skids. He worked at the Salvation Army Boy's and Girl's Club driving the bus to pick up the children and taught swimming. He graduated Walter Williams High School, then went to work at Western Electric Company. In 1954, he joined the Max Ward Delmar Studios and photographed school children until his retirement in 1993. He was an esteemed photographer known for his bridal portraits. He photographed weddings, and families in addition to school events. Whitey was a member of Alamance Presbyterian Church, where he served the Lord in numerous capacities. He was instrumental in publishing the first directory; served as a deacon and as an elder, and provided the church with photographs from 1963 until 2006, when he lost his sight. He coached the Alamance Lions Pony League baseball team for seven years. During this time, the baseball field was constructed. He was a member of the Professional Photographic Society of Greensboro, and the Professional Photographers of NC. During his time as a photographer, he furthered his education at NC State University, taking classes from renowned photographers. He was known for his generosity: helping youth baseball players by providing shoes, gloves, and other equipment. He provided school pictures to families who had lost a child. Many schools in Guilford County have portraits of past principals, that Mr. Boswell photographed, hanging in their lobbies. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Geneva Hardesty Boswell, daughter Melissa and husband Mike Winslow; and son Neal and wife Angela Boswell. In addition, he is survived by grandchildren Alexander Boswell, and Lauren Winslow Moore. Sydney Moore is the one great-grandchild. He was proud to be the godfather of Megan and Griffin Wagner, who affectionately called him Papa. Surviving are brothers Bill Boswell, Bobby Boswell, Doug Wagoner, and Vaughn Wagoner. Sisters Pat Wagoner Clapp, Emma Wagoner Batts, and sister-in-law Jeanne Boswell. The funeral service was held Friday, June 23, 2017 at Alamance Presbyterian Church, Greensboro. The family requests that donations be made to Alamance Presbyterian Church Improvement Fund, 4000 Presbyterian Road, Greensboro, NC 27406 or Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro, 2500 Summit Ave., Greensboro, NC 27405.

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JoAn Stout


JOAN CAMPBELL STOUT, 64, OF 2210 Ledford Rd., Greensboro, died Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at her residence. A native of Randolph County, JoAn was a 1969 graduate of Eastern Randolph High School, a 1973 graduate of UNC Greensboro and was a teacher at Grays Chapel elementary School for 8 years. She was a member of Bethel Friends Meeting in Asheboro and served as a Sunday School teacher for more than 30 years. She was a member of the USFW, serving on North Carolina yearly meeting "Representative Body" for many years and more recently on its "Creative Aging Committee". She shared in her husbands interests by learning Morse code and achieved a "general" class amateur radio license with the call sign KD4VGP. She was a member in both the Randolph Amateur Radio Club and the Greensboro Amateur Radio Association. JoAn Loved nature photography and had photos published in "Our State", "Natures Best Photography", "North Carolina Wildlife" and "Country" magazines. She also used her photography in the 10 inspirational and children's books she had written. She recently collaborated with NC author Libby Bagby in writing about the North Carolina state dog, the Plott Hound, and with this effort had won an award from the Burlington Writers Club. She was a fixture in our community with her floppy hat and cameras on her shoulder. She would produce a neighborhood calendar with these photos as a fund raiser for the community, and had also done fund raisers for "Relay for Life" in Randolph County. A member of the Forest Oaks Christian Women's Group, JoAn shared her love of God with everyone and was an inspiration to all who met her. She shared her talents and love with her membership in the Pleasant Garden Book Club and Friendship Day at First Presbyterian Church in Greensboro. Survivors: husband, Roger Stout, of the home, sister, Judy C. Cox, and husband Gary, of Ramseur. Memorials may be made to Bethel Friends Meeting, 2519 Bethel Friends Rd., Asheboro, NC 27203.

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Lucille Beaman


Long time Lynwood Lakes resident, Lucile Beaman ,AGE 83, passed away Friday, July 31, 2015 at Clapp's Nursing Center surrounded by her family.The funeral services werer held at United Methodist Church, with Reverend Paul McClure officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery.Lucile was born June 6, 1932, in Pinehurst. She attended first and second grade at Farmer Grammar School prior to attending and graduating from Sumner High School as valedictorian in 1950. She graduated from Lees-McRae College with a chemistry degree in 1952. Lucile was voted Alumni of the Year in 1975. She attended Watts Hospital in Durham, earning a degree in medical technology in 1954. Lucile filled in for several doctors' offices as a medical technologist, serving ten years with Dr. Brooks Gilmore at the Gilmore Clinic before retiring. In the 1970's, Lucile served as a Girl Scout leader in southeast Guilford county. Lucile did extensive genealogy work on the Hamilton, Beaman, Kearns, and Hoover clans. She also enjoyed bridge all of her adult life. She was a longtime member of Rehobeth United Methodist Church and a member of the Dittie Gray Circle.She was preceded in death by her parents, E.K. Gragg and Polly Kearns Gragg; brother William (Bill) Gragg.Lucile is survived by her husband, Dalton J. Beaman, daughters Celia B. Kiser (Mike) and Susan B. Wells (Bobby Davis); granddaughters Alison W. Martin (Jacob) of Memphis, TN, and Abbey M. Wells of Austin, TX; brother George Gragg of Show Low, AZ. Memorials may be directed to Rehobeth United Methodist Church Family Life Center at 4475 Rehobeth Church Rd., Greensboro, NC 27406.

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A Good Neighbor

Frank James


Long time Lynwood Lakes resident, Mr. Frank James, Sr., 82, passed away Saturday morning November 29, 2014 at Clapps Nursing. Frank was a tremendous resource for the neighborhood. From maintaining the plumbing at the Swim Area to doing a lot of the cooking for the Pig Picking, Frank was always a good neighbor.

Frank served his country in the United States Army during the Korean War. He retired from Lorillard Tobacco Company after 40 years of service, loved the outdoors, and was a "father" to over 200 children as a foster parent and neighborhood dad. He is survived by his wife of 59 years, Nancy James; son, Frank James, Jr. (Cindy); son, Lee James; daughter, Karen Rios (Ray); son, Tim James (Michelle); son, Ricky James; daughter, Stephanie James; son, Terry James; eight grandchildren; sisters, Shelby and Anne; and a host of family and friends whom he loved. Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Association at

A Remarkable Man

Joe White


Long-time Lynwood resident, Joe White helped build Greensboro's first Habitat for Humanity house in 1987 and went on to work on more than 400 other Habitat Houses over the years. He was recently honored by Habitat with the establishment of the Joe White Volunteer of the Year Award. Joe also delivered Mobile Meals, volunteered with Senior Shuttle Services, overnight shelters, and Red Cross Disaster Relief. He worked at twenty-two disaster locations for the Red Cross, including the World Trade Center. Joe was 85 when he passed away December 18, 2013. He was a cherished neighbor. His wonderful wife Ruth is the good woman behind this good man. N&R Obit (copy and paste into your browser address bar): 

Joan Cocuzza


Sharon Brescka's mother, Joan Cocuzza passed away Tuesday, September 11. Joan had been living with Sharon and Barney for the past couple of years.

TNews & Record obit:

GREENSBORO — Joan Cocuzza, 90, formerly of South Mantoloking, N.J., passed away on Tuesday, September 11, 2007, at Moses Cone Hospital. Joan was born August 28, 1917, in Cranford, N.J., to the late Scott and Sadie Johnson Mayham. She was a seamstress and enjoyed playing cards. She also knitted numerous lap robes for hospital patients. She was a member of Deborah.

Joan was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Cocuzza and her parents. She is survived by her daughters, Carin Cytacki and husband, Mitchell of York, Pa., and Sharon Brescka and husband, Robert of Greensboro; brother, Thomas Mayham of Texas; grandchildren, Robin Braiman of Oak Ridge, Carolynn Brescka of Greensboro, Elizabeth Hipsher of High Point, Linda Burgess and David Cytacki of York, Pa.; three grandchildren, Theresa Burgess, Jared Braiman and Arianna Braiman.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the American Heart Association, 202 Centreport Drive, Greensboro, NC 27409.

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Middy Anderson


News & Record Obit:

GREENSBORO — Elmera "Middy" Fake Anderson, 83, passed away on Sunday, August 5, 2007, at her residence.

A memorial service will be held 11 a.m. on Thursday, August 9, at Moriah United Methodist Church, 3611 Liberty Road, with Rev. Eugene Dean officiating.

Elmera was born in Rutherford, N.J., to the late Milton Elmer Fake and Gladys Ulrich Fake. She attended Rutherford High School.

Her working career included, radio technician for US Government in Panama, Texas and Newark, N.J. airport tower. "Middy " also worked as a technical writer for Bell Telephone Laboratories. A member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, she served on the Lynwood Lakes Board. She was an active member of Moriah United Methodist Church for over 30 years. Her major accomplishment is the research and compellation of her family lineage. Culminating in two volumes each dedicated to the Fake and Ulrich Families.

She was preceded in death by her parents and sister, Jane Fake Vogel.

"Middy" is survived by her husband, Henry J., Anderson; her son, Robert E. Anderson and wife, Teresa of Annadale, Va.; daughter, Susan Anderson Bullock and husband, William of Rocky Mount, N.C.; grandchildren, William, Leigh An and Spencer Bullock.

In lieu of flowers, gifts may be made to Moriah United Methodist Church, 3611 Liberty Road, Greensboro, NC 27406

Wayne Andrews


Obituary published in the News Record on 6/23/2007:

GREENSBORO — Mr. Henry Wayne Andrews, 61, died on Thursday, June 21, 2007, at Kindred Hospital.

Mr. Andrews was born in Robeson Co., on August 28, 1945, to the late Alton and Myrtle Newberry Andrews. He was a veteran having served in the National Guard. He was owner of P&W Restaurant in Climax for the past 12 years, where he enjoyed making new friends. He enjoyed playing golf, hunting, fishing and being with his family. He never lost his sense of humor or his caring for others. He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and friend who will be greatly missed.

He is survived by his loving wife, Phyllis Cates Andrews, of the home; daughters, Angela Reitzel and husband, Doug of Burlington, Tahneah Saunders and husband, Jack of Greensboro; son, Aaron W. Andrews of Greensboro; sisters, Gwen Anderson and husband, Don of Va., Betty Fardoulis and husband, Robert of Elizabeth City, Barbara Williams and husband, Raymond of Lumberton, Mary Ellen Bruce and husband, Rodney of Sanford; brothers, Al Andrews of Lumberton, Dennis Andrews and wife, Melody of Lumberton, Albert Earl Andrews and wife, Lynn of Lumberton; grandchildren, Patrick Cline, Amanda Cline, Christa Reitzel, Brandon Saunders and Brittney Saunders.

Obituary published in the News Record on 6/23/2007.

Morris Whitley


Mr. Morris Curtis Whitley, 77, of Greensboro, departed from this life, Monday, April 23, 2007, at his home.

Born in Guilford County, to the late James Alexander Whitley, Sr. and Ruby Price Whitley, Mr. Whitley was a member of Pleasant Garden Baptist Church. He was the owner and operator of Guilford Plastering Company, past master of Guilford Lodge #656, past patron of Guilford Chapter #141 order of the Eastern Star, past watchman of Sheppard’s Gate City Shrine #2, and order of the White Shrine of Jerusalem. He was an avid hunter and was continuously striving to improve his art of gem stone cutting. Several family members proudly wear jewelry pieces they received from Morris as a result of his craftsmanship.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife of 56 years, Hazel Oliver Whitley, February 17 of this same year and his brother, James A. Whitley, II.

Those left to cherish his memory include his sons, Cager "Curt" Franklin Whitley and his wife, Phyllis, Bradford "Brad" Eugene Whitley, all of Greensboro; sister, Ellie Price Key of Graham; grandsons, Jason Lance Whitley and wife, Allison of Arkansas, Christopher Matthew Whitley and wife, Courtney of Virginia, Justin Ryan Whitley of Greensboro; granddaughter, Laura Whitley Goodman and husband, Jonathan of Winston-Salem; and two great-grandsons, Alex and Grayson Whitley of Arkansas.

Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice and Palliative Care, 2500 Summit Ave., Greensboro, NC 27405.

David Shadrick


GREENSBORO - Mr. David Michael Shadrick, Sr., 51, died Sunday, March 18, 2007, at Wesley Long Hospital.

Mr. Shadrick was born in Forsyth Co., on November 17, 1955. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and was employed as a service supervisor with Time Warner Cable. He loved to hunt and fish. David loved his family and the Lord and attended New Beginnings Baptist Church.

Mr. Shadrick is survived by his wife, Jennifer Jernigan Shadrick, of the home; son, David Shadrick, Jr. and wife, Jennifer of McLeansville; daughter, Kristin Sue Shadrick of Greensboro; mother, Grace Roope Baker; father, Raymond Shadrick and wife, Julie; brother, Danny Shadrick and wife, Amanda of Greensboro; sisters, Anita Kirkman and husband, Paul of Pleasant Garden, Karen Kiszely and husband, Scott of Pleasant Garden; step-brothers, Danny Strickland and wife, Eileen, Jamie Strickland; father-in-law and mother-in law, Z.D. and Betty Jernigan; brother-in-law, Danny Jernigan and wife, Kim; sister-in-law, Sharon Shadrick; grandchildren, Rebecca Nicole Shadrick and Zachary David Shadrick; numerous nieces, nephews and grand niece and nephews.

Published in the News Record

Bob Stuart


GREENSBORO - Bobby "Bob" Stuart, 71, stepped through Heaven's gates while a patient at Select Specialty Hospital, a special rehabilitation center located within Forsyth Medical Center, Winston Salem.

Bob graduated from Angier High School, Angier, and attended Campbell University, (Junior College), Buies Creek, and Wake Forest University, Winston Salem.

After 36 years, Bob retired from Lorillard Corporation as a senior purchasing manager, developing many friendships with the vendors with whom he worked. Although not a golfer, he enjoyed co-chairing Vendor Appreciation Day for many years. Bob was an avid hunter and fisherman, loving being in the outdoors and appreciating wildlife.

He is survived by his wife, Phyllis Ragan Stuart, with whom he celebrated their 50th anniversary while a patient at Cone Hospital. Other survivors are his daughter, Kim and husband, Danny Johnson of Albemarle; and his son, Mark and wife, Angela of Greensboro; grandson, Nicholas Stuart; granddaughter, Mikayla Stuart; and step granddaughter, Morgan Markley of Wilmington; mother, Annie George Stuart of Angier; mother-in-law, Elsie Ragan; sister-in-law, Patricia and husband, Frank Whitesell of Wilmington; sister-in-law, Hilda Stuart of Garner.

Memorials in Bob's memory may be made to the Bob Stuart Memorial, Pleasant Garden United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 188, Pleasant Garden, N.C. 27313.  

Published in the News Record on 3/20/2007.

Charles De Camps


Charles H. DeCamps, 90, died at Wesley Long Nursing Center on Friday, December 1, 2006, following his battle with cancer.  

He was born on March 4, 1916, in Batesville, S.C., to the late Ernest and Eva DeCamps. On September 4, 1937, he married Mildred Winifred Davis in Coral Gables, Fla. Charlie was a navigator during World War II, transporting soldiers throughout Europe and the Middle East. Before becoming a real estate broker in Coral Gables, he was a semi-pro baseball player. In 1981, he moved to Greensboro, to be closer to his daughter and grandchildren. He was a member of Forest Oaks Country Club Seniors Golf Group. He enjoyed his retirement years with family and friends and will be greatly missed.  

Charlie is survived by his wife, Winnie, of the home; son, Craig DeCamps of Brooklyn, N.Y.; daughter, Karen DeCamps McLaughlin and her husband, Fred, of Greensboro; three grandchildren, Constance Jamey Smith of Warwick, R.I., Jerrod Smith of Greensboro, and Kescia Baer of Big Bear, Calif. and two great grandchildren.

Memorial remembrances may be made to the American Cancer Society, 4 Oak Branch Drive, Greensboro, N.C., 27407.  

Herb Keeler


Herb Keeler passed away Wednesday, September 6 after a long battle with cancer. The pictures below show Herb receiving a special award at the 2004 Fundraiser drawing. Herb and Carole have been avid Lynco supporters. Herb will be missed. 

Erma Dixon Noah


News & Record Obit: 

GREENSBORO- Mrs. Erma Dixon Noah, 74, passed away Sunday, March 5, 2006, at Wesley Long Hospital.

Mrs. Noah was a member of Crusade Baptist Church for many years. She retired from Carolina By Products. She loved the game of baseball, and she was an avid Atlanta Braves fan, as well as local children league baseball. Mrs. Noah also enjoyed gardening flowers. She loved her grandchildren and great grandchild dearly.

She was preceded in death by her mother, Mamie Gregory Mahaffey and father C.P. Mahaffey and by her first husband, Hubert L. "Sonny" Dixon, two brothers, and a sister.

She is survived by her husband, Lawrence "Mitch" Noah of the home; son Steven Dixon and wife Patricia of Greensboro and daughter Sherri Medley and husband Jim of Greensboro; three step children Tim Mitchem of Durham, Valerie Black and husband Billy of AL, and Darrell Noah and wife Jessica of Haw River; two sisters Flora Nichols and Ruby Bird both of Winston -Salem; one brother, Garner Mahaffey and wife Barbara of Winston-Salem, grandchildren Scott, Kristin, Luke, Jeff, Olivia, Nathan, Emily, Cameron, Hannah, Billie Jo, and Aliyah; and one great- grandson Kaleb; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Richard Loudermilk


Richard Loudermilk, 45, son of Wink and Sybil Loudermilk of Shiland Drive, passed away on Saturday, January 21, 2006. Mr. Loudermilk was a resident of Oak Island, NC. (Reported by Middy Anderson)

Rick Arrington


Rick Arrington of 2109 Lynwood Loop passed away Wednesday, April 20.

News & Record Obit: GREENSBORO — Richard Clayton "Rick" Arrington, 58, passed away Wednesday, April 20, 2005, at Moses Cone Hospital after a brief illness.

He was a Guilford County native born to W.C. "Duck" and Pauline Brown Arrington. He was a graduate of South East Guilford High School, Wingate College and Atlantic Christian College. He served his country in the National Guard. He was president of Acme Wholesale Floral Supply for 35 years and also served as the president of the North Carolina Floral Association in 2004. He enjoyed his days with his many friends and family playing golf, enjoying the beach and being a devoted "Parrothead". He was a devoted father, husband and son and will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

He was preceded in death by his father, W.C. "Duck" Arrington. He  is survived by his wife, Margaret Clark Arrington; daughters, Dana Lynn Arrington and Shelley Lee Arrington, both of Greensboro; his mother, Pauline "Polly" Arrington of Greensboro.

Ruth Morton


Mrs. Ruth Morton of 2009 Lynwood Drive died January 25, 2005. Mrs. Morton was a long time member of Lynco Club and had been an active member of the Board prior to the beginning of her illness. News & Record Obit:

Mrs. Ruth Holland Wood Morton of Greensboro died Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2005, at her home. Ruth was born on Feb. 4, 1926, in Wilkes County to the late Flake and Alice Myers Holland. She graduated from Union Grove High School and Martha Berry School in Georgia. She also received a physical therapy degree from Richmond Professional Institute (now Medical College of Virginia).

Mrs. Morton was the first licensed physical therapist in Greensboro. Her practice of 58 years included The Polio Children's Hospital, The Cerebral Palsy School, Moses Cone Hospital, The Triad Post Polio Group and private practice. She was a longtime member of Moriah United Methodist Church and also a member of the Rose Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star.

She is survived by her daughter, Melody Wood of Greensboro; stepdaughter Diane Lewis and her husband, Don of Blythe, Calif.; sister Louise Bick of Durham; sister and brother-in-law, Lib and Jim Westmoreland of Kernersville; and brother Jake Holland of Kennewick, Wash.; two step-grandchildren, Donald Lee and Andrew E. Lewis, both of Blythe, Calif.; and seven step great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by her husbands, Rudy Wood and James Morton and a sister, Christine Madison. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Moriah United Methodist Church, 3611 Liberty Road, Greensboro, NC 27406 or to The Children's Home Society of North Carolina, 604 Meadows Street, Greensboro, NC 27405

The following was written by Ruth to be read at her funeral service:

When I come to the end of the road and the

sun has set for me, remember, I have no

more pain

    and the Master I see.

Miss me a little. But not too long and not

with your head bowed low. Remember the

love that we once shared.

   Miss me, but let me go.

For this is a journey that we all must take

and each must go it alone. It’s all a part

of the Masters plan, a step on the road to

home. When you are lonely and sick of

heart, go to the friends we know. And

bury your sorrows in doing good deeds.

   Miss me, but let me go.

Robert Causey


Mr. Robert Causey, father of Catherine Tuttle, passed away October 9, 2004. Jerry and Catherine live at 2007 Lynwood. Memorial service scheduled at 2:00 Monday, October 11 at Alamance Presbyterian Church.

News and Record Obit:

Mr. Robert "Bob" Harrison Causey, 94, died Saturday, Oct. 9, 2004, at Moses Cone Hospital.

A graveside funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, Oct. 11, 2004, in Alamance Presbyterian Church Cemetery. Mr. Causey was a member of Alamance Presbyterian Church, where he had served as deacon, elder, church treasurer, and was a member of the church choir. Mr. Causey was the oldest member of Greensboro Moose Lodge 685 and the oldest member of the Children's Home Society of North Carolina.

Mr. Causey was preceded in death by his parents, Parker Miller Causey and Maude Hiatt Causey; brother, Melvin Montgomery; and a daughter who passed away in 1933.

Mr. Causey is survived by his wife of 73 years, Ruth Snider Causey; and children, Harold Causey Sr. and wife Vida, and Mary Catherine Tuttle and husband, Jerry, all of Greensboro. Also surviving are seven grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; one step-grandchild; and several nieces and nephews.

Memorial contributions should be directed to the Children's Home Society of North Carolina, 604 Meadow St., Greensboro, N.C. 27405, or Senior Resources of Guilford, 301 E. Washington St., Greensboro, N.C. 27401.

Agnes Anna Klein Farr


Agnes Anna Klein Farr, of 2901 Van Noppen, 84, died on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2004, at Wesley Long Hospital in Greensboro, after a two month battle with cancer. A celebration of her life was held at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, at St. Francis Episcopal Church. Agnes was born on Sept. 27, 1920, in New Jersey. She was the daughter of John and Fhinie Klein. Agnes moved to Texas in the 1940s and lived there for over 50 years. She had been a resident of Greensboro for the last two years.



Mr. George L. Dooley Jr., 66, died Wednesday, May 5, 2004. Mr. Dooley was born on July 9, 1937, in Bedford County, Va., to the late George L. and Audrey Cook Dooley Sr. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving during the Korean War. Mr. Dooley was president and owner of Carolina Steel Rule Die Co., treasurer of "Lynco Club" and a deacon at S. Elm Street Baptist Church, where he was a member.

Surviving Mr. Dooley is his wife of 46 years, Nancy Carter Dooley of the home; daughters, Rhonda Dooley Flynt and husband Jim of Greensboro, Renee Dooley Fernandez and husband Brandin of Greensboro; sisters, Frances McLain, Vivian Bohon, Margaret Parker and husband Bob, Judy Bolt and husband Tony, all of Montvale, Va., Dorothy Creighead and husband Clinton of Moneta, Smith Mtn. Lake, Mildred Karnes and husband Riley of Goodview, Va.; brother Roger Dooley and wife Joanna of Greensboro; grandchildren, Jimmy and Brittany Flynt and Ashleigh and Lyndsey Fernandez.

Memorials may be made to Carol Belch Missionary Circle, South Elm Street Baptist Church, 4212 S. Elm-Eugene St., Greensboro, NC 27406.

Mrs. Martha Beals Dies


Mrs. Martha Beals of 2018 Ledford drive passed away Thursday afternoon, March 4, 2004, following an extended illness.

Mother of Beverly Baynes Dies

Mrs. Irene Carson, mother of Beverly Baynes died in the early morning hours on January 2. Beverly is the wife of Butch Baynes, Lynco Club President.



Reported by Michelle Scott:

Mr. Staley of 2006 Ledford road passed away this month.  He was an original owner of his house and a dear friend to all those who knew him

N&R Obit:

Mr. Wilson Bryan Staley, 89, of Greensboro, died Thursday, Nov. 13, 2003, at Guilford Health Care Center.

A native of Randolph County, he was born Jan. 18, 1914, a son of the late Hurley Thomas Staley and Elmettie Hudson Staley. A member of Asbury United Methodist, Wilson never met a stranger. He was a retired supervisor of Southern Bell and a member of Telephone Pioneers. A World War II army veteran, Mr. Staley was an avid woodcrafter. He was also known for creating peach seed baskets, which he and his wife gave to friends and strangers as they traveled the U.S. He was preceded in death by his wife, Margaret Barringer Staley.

Survivors include his daughter, Billie Forman of Jamestown; son Bryan Staley and wife Margaret D. Staley of Kernersville; sister Lorene S. Gilmore and husband G.G. Gilmore of Julian; brother Virgil T. Staley and wife Grace S. Staley of Liberty; three grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

Memorial contributions may be directed to Asbury United Methodist Church, 2227 Pinecroft Rd., Greensboro, NC 27407.



Mr. Philip Shave, father of Carole Keeler and a resident of 5117 Mockingbird died May 13, 2003, at the age of 97.

Milton Harris


Mr. Milton Harris of 2027 Lynwood Drive passed away Thursday, April 17, 2003.

Joseph Kelller


Mr. Joseph Allen Keller of 2909 Charolais died Sunday, February 16, 2003 at Moses Cone Memorial Hospital.
Survivors include his wife, Jean Carruthers Keller; daughter, Cathy Keller Causey and husband, Larry of Summerfield; sister, Irel Ann Keller Hamm of Las Animas, CO; brother, Franklin Keller of Pueblo, CO; grandchildren, David and Addison Causey; sisters-in-law, Rose Marie Smith and husband, Ernest of Pleasant Garden and Carolyn Ezzell and husband, Bill of Jacksonville, NC; nieces and nephews, Alex Ezzell, Mignon Ingram, and Bob, Gene, Scott and Wendy Keller and his beloved dog, Easter.

Ingrid Youngblood


Ingrid Youngblood, 60, a Mockingbird resident died, Sunday, Dec. 1, 2002.  Mrs. Youngblood was born Feb. 16, 1942, in Eichenberg, Germany, the daughter of Alfons and Ann Ziroff. She was a member of Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church. Mrs. Youngblood is survived by her husband, Ronald Youngblood of the home; three sons, Eric and wife Jenny of Holly Springs, Scot and wife Amy of San Diego, Calif., and Kris of Greensboro; and two grandchildren, Ryan Pryor and Reagan Anna Youngblood of Holly Springs; and a sister, Eveline Ziroff of Wurzburg, Germany.

Memorials may be made to Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church, 2205 W. Market St., Greensboro, N.C. 27401; or American Cancer Society, 1114 Magnolia St., Greensboro, N.C. 27401.

Lee Fernandea


Aletha Davis "Lee" Fernandez passed from this life on Oct. 2, 2002, from injuries received in an auto accident on Sept. 1st of this year.  Lee was born to the late Lacy King Davis and Nora Boan Davis in Chesterfield County, S.C. on Aug. 16, 1925. The family moved to Statesville, N.C. a short time later and Lee grew up in Statesville.

Lee graduated from South Iredell High School, she was a student at Mitchell Community College in her late teens where she met her husband, Jose Fernandez. Lee also attended UNC-G, where she earned her bachelor's degree in Interior Design in 1976. Lee was a member in good standing of the American Society of Interior Designers.

After an extended period of moving around in the U.S., Jose and Lee settled in Greensboro with their children in 1966. Lee was employed by the IRS until she was able to pursue her Interior Design business full time. Always energetic, Lee worked in her business, Lee Fernandez Interiors, until a shoulder injury earlier this year required her to reduce her work schedule. Lee was popular in both her business and personal life and will surely be missed by those people fortunate enough to have been her friends. She was preceded in death by her husband of 51 years, Jose G. Fernandez.

Lee is survived by her son, Brandin, his wife, Renee, daughter, Jan and husband, Frank McCraw, as well as grandchildren, Nora Beth and Jesse McCraw and Ashleigh and Lyndsey Fernandez. She is also survived by sister, Doris McNeely of Statesville.

We would like to extend our thanks to Dr. Wyatt and the trauma team from Moses Cone and all the great nurses from Neuro Intensive Care. Please make memorial donations to the Carol Belch Missionary Circle, c/o South Elm Street Baptist Church or the Ronald McDonald House of Durham or Chapel Hill.

Lois Morton Belk


Lois Morton Belkpassed away on Friday, Sept. 27, 2002 at Wake Forest University Baptist Hospital. She was born in Jacksonville, N.C. on Nov. 5, 1934 to Javie Bryant and Dollie Stanley Morton. A loving wife, mother and friend, she was a pediatric nurse in the offices of the late Dr. Thomas Henson, M.D. and Dr. Jack Amos, M.D. until retiring in 1988. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by brothers George Allen Morton, Emmett Morton and J.C. Morton and sister Mae Morton Kellum.

Surviving are her husband of 47 years, Samuel Fritz Belk of the home; her sons, Sam Belk of Nashville, Tenn. and Stan Belk of High Point; brother and sisters Dr. Les Morton, M.D. of Greenville, Alma Raynor of Beulahville and Marie Jones of Jackson and grandchildren, Forbes and Elizabeth Belk of Nashville,Tenn. and Garrison and Montgomery Belk of High Point. Memorial contributions may be made to Scleroderma Foundation, 12 Kent Way, Suite 101, Byfield, Mass. 01922 or Sharpe Road Baptist Church, 1908 Sharpe Road, Greensboro, N.C. 27406.

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