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Showing 3 articles from October 19, 2020.

OBITUARIES

BETTY ROSE PRIVETTE
July 10, 1937 - Oct. 16, 2020

ZEBULON - Betty Rose Privette, 83, of the Pearce community went home to be with the Lord, Friday night. She was born in Franklin County, the daughter of the late Junie and Rosa Stallings Upchurch. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Elmo Privette; sons-in-law, Douglas Medlin, Robert Smith, Rick Collura, and brother, Jerry Upchurch. Betty Rose was known in the community for being very hospitable and making everyone feel like family.


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CASSIE LEE CASH

LOUISBURG--Cassie Lee Cash, 83, of Louisburg, died Thursday, October 15, 2020 in Henderson. A graveside service was held Monday, Oct. 19, at Flat Rock Baptist Church cemetery, Louisburg.


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MARY D. GUPTON

LOUISBURG--Mary Lillian Denton Gupton, 92, of Louisburg passed away on Friday, October 16, 2020 at her home surrounded by family. She was born on January 26, 1928, the eighth of twelve children to the late John Burt and Flonnie Bell Radford Denton. She was also preceded in death by her husband who adored her, Bennie Ray Gupton. Mary worked as a librarian and a teacher assistant for the Franklin County School System for a number of years. She furthered her education by obtaining her associates degree when she was in her sixties. Mary was an outspoken and honest person who loved her family and her grandchildren dearly. She loved to shop and was an excellent cook, making many feasts for Sunday lunch gatherings for her family.


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