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Showing 2 articles from March 16, 2018.

OBITUARIES

DEYDRA V. BRAGG

FRANKLINTON--Deydra Vaughan Bragg, 71, died Tuesday, March 6, 2018 from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. A graveside funeral service was held Saturday afternoon, March 10, in the Wesley's Chapel United Methodist Church cemetery, with the Rev. Harold Woodlief officiating.


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NANCY CAROL CARR LOUNSBURY

DANBURY, CT--The life of Nancy Carol Carr Lounsbury was sparked in Lumberton, NC, where she arrived, June 17, 1955, as the daughter of Julia Fuller Carr and Franklin Fulton Carr. She was valedictorian for the Class of 1973 at Franklinton High School and moved to Winston-Salem where she continued to shine at Wake Forest University (BS, 1977 and MA, 1980). Her thesis investigated the Ramsey Theory and its applications in Combinatorics and Graph Theory, a branch of Mathematics, the Queen of the Sciences. As an undergraduate she met her future husband, Erik, and formed a circle of lifelong friends who cherished her quick mind and generous heart.


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