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Jacqueline Ray Rosenberg. 65, of
Little River died Aug. 17 in Grand
Strand Regional Medicai Center af
ter an illness.
Born in Philadelphia, she was a
daughter of the late Abraham and
Mary Feingold Kaufman. She
moved to Little River five years ago
Survivors include her husband,
William Rosenberg; two sons, Mark
Rosenberg of Memphis, Teon., and
Mitchell Rosenberg of Baltimore; a
daughter, Linda R. Klein of Phil
adelpKa; two brothers, Tbd Kauf
man of Philadelphia ami Norman
Kaufman of Phoenix; a sister,
Annette Samit of Philadelphia; and
Graveside services were held
Aug. 18 in Shalom Memorial Park,
Lower Moreland, Pa.
GRACE E. B1SCHOF
Grace E. Bischof, 75, of Sand
Dollar Drive, Carolina Shores, died
Aug. 17 at Myrtle Beach Manor
Bora in Germantown, Pa., on Jan.
1, 1919, she was a daughter of the
late Earl and Ruth Shoemaker
Brown. Mrs. Bischof was retired
from the Playtex Corp. where she
was the consumer affairs advisor.
She was a member of the Caro
lina Shores Ceramic Club. She was
preceded in death by her husband
Alfred Richard Bischof on Nov. 26,
Survivors include a niece, Mary
ann Loren of Waldwick, N J.; a sis
ter, Shirley Snyder of Arizona; and
special friends Murry and Jean
Palmer and Dick and Helen Merrick
Memorial services were held
Aug. 19 in the Brunswick Funeral
Chapel with the Rev. Dan Norman
officiating. Interment will be in
Brunswick Memorial Gardens.
In lieu of flowers memorials may
be made to the American Cancer
Society, P.O. Box 4894, Wilmington
ALVA BRYANT CORBETT
Alva Bryant Corbett of Wilming
ton died Aug. 18 in Cape Fear
She was bora Feb. 27, 1917, in
Wilmington, the daughter of the late
Johnny Matthews and Novilla
O'Berry Bryant and was preceded in
death by ber husband, James Nich
olas Corbett and her brother. Earl
Mrs. Corbett was a member of the
Church of the Nazarene, a member
of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary and
supporter of the American Legion
and Moose Bingo organizations. She
was formerly associated with
Gravers Shirt Factory.
Surviving are her daughters,
Grace Johnson and husband Lacy Jr.
of Wilmington, Rochelle Watson
and husband Emmet! of
three sisters, Mildred Fredere, Adell
Potter and Maybell Lewis; a brother,
Johnny Bryant; six grandchildren
and 12 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Aug.
22 in the Church of the Nazarene by
the Rev. Bill ring and the Rev. Billy
Woolen. Burial was in Wilmington
Memorials may be made to the
Church of the Nazarene, 4017 Wil
shire Blvd., Wilmington NC 28403;
and Lower Cape Fear Hospice, 810
Princess St, Wilmington NC 28401.
LINDA ANN McMILLIAN GORE
Linda Ann McMillian Gore of
Ocean Highway West, Sunset
Beach, died Aug. IS at The Brans
wick Hospital. The funeral was held
Aug 19 at Pleasant Grove Mission
ary Baptist Church. Burial was in St
Paul Cemetery. Little River, S.C
Katherine Elizabeth Johnson, 87,
of 72nd Street, Long Beach, died
Aag. 19 at Dosher Memorial Hosp
ital. The funeral and burial were in
^LEVCTROSSIE BOBBINS SR.
The Rev. Strossie Robbtns St of
Cedar HOI Road, Leland, died Aug.
17 at New Hnover Regional Med
ical Center. The funeral was Aag. 20
at Saamervilie AME Zion Church,
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THURMAN A. HOLLAND
. Thurman A. Holland of Harbor
Drive, Sunset Harbor, formerly of
Fayetteville, died Aug. 19.
He was retired maintenance su
pervisor for Cumberland County
and worked at Stewart Oldsmobile
for 35 year*.
He is survived by his wife, Mar
tha Louise Crawford Holland of
Sunset Harbor, a son, James Dwight
Holland of Fayetteville; two step
sons, Harvey Lee TYavis of Stead
man and Boyoe Dean Ttarvis at
Newton; four sisters, Nelda Holings
worth of Rock Hill, S.C., Theltna
Autry of Fayetteville, Eulaine Smith
of Fayetteville and Shirley Lewis of
Orange, Unas; seven grandchildren
and four great-grandchildren.
The foneral took place Aug. 22 at
Jemigan- Warren Funeral
with the Rev. Randal Strickland.
Burial was in LaFayette Memorial
DANIEL WOOD MEACHAM
Daniel Wood Meacham, 78, of
Raleigh, died Aug. 14.
He was a longtime resident of
Sunset Harbor and a retired employ
ee of Seaboard Coastline Railroad.
He was a Mason and an elder emeri
tus of First Presbyterian Church of
A memorial service was held
Aug. 16 at First Presbyterian Church
Surviving are his wife, Eunice
Herring Meacham of the home; two
daughters, Mrs. John Crowe of Cary
and Mrs. Henry Stallings Jr. of
Charlotte; and three grandchildren.
DOTTIE MAE WATKINS
Dottie Mae Watkins, 62, of 24th
Avenue North, North Myrtle Beach,
S.C, died Aug. 22 in Grand Strand
Regional Medical Center after an ill
Mrs. Watkins was bom Aug. 16,
1932, in Brunswick County, a dau
ghter of the late James P. and Dollie
Nance Lee. She was retired owner
and operator of Jack's Oyster Road
in the Cherry Grove section of North
Myrtle Beach and attended Bethel
Primitive Baptist Church in Cala
Surviving are her husband. Jack
Sarvis Watkins of North Myrtle
Beach; five sons, Jamie Ray, Paul
Vfcn, Sammy Keith and Kenny
Lemans Watkins, all of North
Myrtle Beach, and Ricky Lee Wat
kins of Florence; three daughters,
Jacquelyn Jeannene Bethea and
Pamela Ann Brown, both of North
Myrtle Beach; and Teresa Dell Pitt
man of Greenville; a brother, Rock
well Lee of Wilmington; and three
sisters, Ethel Lewis of Little River,
Ellen Suggs of Shallotte and Alice
Suggs of Thotnasville.
Funeral services were scheduled
for 2 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 25, at
Bethel Primitive Baptist Church at
Hickmans Crossroads in Calabash
with Elder W.C. Mintz officiating.
Burial will follow in the church
Vi&tation was to take place Wed
nesda? Aug. 24, at McMillan-Small
Funeral Home in Myrtle Beach from
7 until 8:30 p.m.
ROLAND PIGOTTE SR.
Roland Pigotte Sr. of Shallotte
died Aug. 21 in Amelia, La. Ar
rangements were to be announced
by Smith Funeral Home, Whiteville.
HERBERT "JOE" IN MAN
Herbert Linwood "Joe" Inman,
59, of Plymouth Lane, Shallotte,
died Aug. 20 in New Hanover Re
gional Medical Center after an ill
He was bom in Horry County,
S.C., on Nov. 10, 1935, a son of the
late George and Rosetta Ward In
man. He was a carpenter.
Survivors include his wife, Lora
Hewett Inman; a son, Carl Inman of
Shallotte; six daughters, Cheryl
Wilson of Pcmbrook. Va., Sonja
Bryant of Supply, Peggy Wilson of
Italy, Wanda THbbie of Stooe Moun
tain, Ga., and Sherry and Rosetta
Inman. both of Shallotte; two broth
ers, Albert Inman of Brooksville,
S.C., and Otha Inman of Charles
ton, S.C.; two sisters, Elverta Gore
and Gracie Inman, both of Brooks
ville; 10 grandchildren and two
The funeral was to be at 2 p.m.
Wednesday, Aug. 24, at Brunswick
Funeral Scrvice, Shallotte, with the
Rev. Tommy Inman officiating. .
Burial was to follow in the Oak
Grove Baptist Church Cemetery.
DOROTHY G. WHTTTLJEY
Dorothy Graham Whittley, 47, of
Little River, S.C, died Aug. 18 at
Grand Strand Regional Medical
Center following an illness.
She was the daughter of Eva Gore
In Jiving Memory of Michael Jtim Spans
Tor a Mother, it is so hard to let go; when a child takes his first steps; or
learns to ride that first bike:
1 for him to enter that huge school building. Or to spend the first night away
I from home, to allow him to go live with his Dad; or letting go for the teen
I years to begin, with girts to date and friends galore.
But the hardest 'Letting Go* of al was when Heaven called and Ood said.
'Come home, my son, your time is up, I only loaned you to your mom so she
could have some 'sunshine' in her life.*
This "letting go* hurts so much the pain can never be shared or explained.
Knowing I will never hold you in my arms again,
never see your smiling face and twinkling eyes,
flever hear your voice in song or prayer,
never hear you play your guitar or hear you tell some wild tale to make me
laugh or react in shock!
never again vriB I enjoy our quiet time, when you would stop by for coffee or
lunch. My son, I can truly say that I know for sure 'My loss Is heaven's gain'
because I miss you so muchl
But when the end comes of my time on earth. I know you will be waiting at
heaven's gates to welcome me home, where I will never have to Let Oo
again. I love you, Kim! By Nellie Rising
Graham and the late Wilbur Graham
and was born in North Myrtle Beach
on Sept 20, 1946. '
She was a graduate of Chestnut
High School and was a member of
Mount Pleasant Missionary Baptist
Church where she served as secre
tary of the Usher Board, president of
the Young Women's Association,
young people's advisor, chairman of
the program committee, member of
the Young Adult Choir and was a
Sunday school teacher and captain
for the Women's Day program. She
was also a District 3 worker for the
Young People's Association, a Girl
Scout leader and a member of the
North Myrtle Beach High School
Survivors include her mother, her
husband. Sterling Whittley; a daugh
ter, Amy Whittley of Little River, a
son, Cedric Whittley of Little River,
two sisters, Marian Lewis of North
Myrtle Beach and Margaret Moore
of Spring Lake; and two brothers,
Wilbur Graham of Germany and
The funeral was scheduled for 4
p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 24, at Mount
Pleasant Missionary Baptist Church
with the Rev. Joe H. Keel officiat
ing. Burial was to follow in the
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