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Showing 2 articles from October 16, 2020.

OBITUARIES

CHARLES "CHIP" EDWARD BROUGHTON, IV

LOUISBURG--Charles Edward Broughton (Chip) of Louisburg NC passed away peacefully on Sunday, Oct. 11th, at his home after a short battle with Cancer. Chip was born to the late Charles Edward Broughton and the late Doris Wade Broughton in Raleigh, NC. He graduated from Ravenscroft High School where he was very active in both sports and the Boy Scouts. He would become an Eagle Scout and continue playing baseball throughout college. He graduated from St Leo's in Florida. Chip's true passion revolved around animals of all kinds, but especially dogs. His belief was that all animals should have the right to humane treatment and it should not matter whether they were a rescue or pure breed.


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SUSAN ELAINE COTHRAN

FRANKLINTON--Susan Elaine Cothran entered life eternal on October 13, 2020. Born in Franklinton in 1950, the daughter of the late Clifton McKinley Cothran and the late Josephine Cothran (Turner).


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