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EMMA JONES CRUDUP
YOUNGSVILLE - Emma Jones Crudup, 56, died Sunday, Nov. 26, 2008. Funeral services were Friday, Nov. 28 at Corinth UCC of Youngsville with the Rev. Patrick Clay officiating. Burial followed in the Little Zion Church cemetery.

Surviving: husband, Larry Crudup, daughters, Isis Crudup, of the home, Donna Winston and Tameka Pettiford, both of Durham; sons, Michael Jones (Gwen), and Brandon Crudup, both of Youngsville; sisters, Betty Foster, of Wendell, and Linda Dunston, of Raleigh; brothers, Louis Dunston, of Youngsville and Curtis Dunston, of Hamlet; eight grandchildren.

Arrangements by Richardson Funeral Home, Louisburg.

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Members Opinions:
November 29, 2008 at 11:17am
The Yarborough family of Hubert and Lillie Yarborough extend our sincere sympathy to the family of Emma J. Crudup. Larry and Emma was friends of our family and my mother loved them dearly. Always remember that we don't know what God has in store for each of us but he has each one of us in his hands because we are his children. The Yarborough family will be praying for each of you and during your this time cling to God for he always knows what is best.
November 29, 2008 at 7:59pm
Ms.Emma has always been one to take time out for you if you had a problem, I met Ms. Emma through a friend at the church and she always said if you have a question ask Emma she doesn't mind helping you out, she is going to be miss here on earth but to God be the glory because she was ready, Are you ready?



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