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Robert Strauss Sr

Aug 31, 1921 - Dec 02, 2023

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High Point, NC

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Sharlene Arlette (Scotton) Leach

Aug 21, 1944 - Feb 28, 2024

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High Point, NC

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Ann Huffines

Oct 27, 1942 - Jan 28, 2024

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High Point, NC

Ann Huffines, Born October 27, 1942, passed away January 28, 2024, in High Point NC. Arrangements are entrusted to Triad Cremation & Funeral Service in Greensboro NC.

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Anthony Rayshawn McLendon

Mar 07, 1990 - Jan 28, 2024

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null, NC

Anthony Rayshawn McLendon, silently transitioned into God’s embrace on Sunday, January 28, 2024. Anthony was born on March 7, 1990, in High Point, NC to Christopher McLendon, Sr. and Marette Zimmerman McLendon. Anthony, affectionately known as "Antman" by his family and friends, attended Guilford County Public Schools. He was employed with McLendon Tree Services. He loved spending time with his family and friends and showing off his gymnastics skills. Antman’s favorite pastimes included writing, poetry and music and listening to different genres of music. He leaves to cherish his memories: Ms. Emily Sullivan, a special friend and mother of his daughters; his parents, Christopher McLendon Sr. and Marette Zimmerman McLendon; two daughters, Aaliyah and Aubrey McLendon; two brothers, Christopher McLendon, Jr. and Larry McLendon; four sisters, Sandra Zimmerman, Ashley Smith, Pamela McLendon, and Jessica McLendon; his grandmother, Mrs. Shirley S. Zimmerman; his grandfather, Mr. James McLendon, Sr.; and a host of relatives and friends.

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Joseph Jerome Ingram-Thompson

Jul 26, 1988 - Feb 04, 2024

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High Point, NC

Joseph Jerome Ingram-Thompson departed this earthly life on February 4, 2024. "Buck," as he was affectionately called was born July 26, 1988, to Shelia Curtis Thompson and Joseph Thompson in Chesterfield, SC. Buck was preceded in death by his grandparents; one brother, Jacobia Thompson; one aunt, Diana Williams; uncles, Joe Williams and Carl Curtis; father-in-law, Prentiss Breeden; sister-in-law, Trina Moore; special friends, Cedale "Dale" Frazier, Oliver "Bishop" Douglas, Jamal "Pap" Easterling. He attended school in Marlboro County, SC and later relocated to High Point and received his GED. He began working at Packaging Corporation of America until his health declined. He was a member of Living Water Baptist church where him and his boys were baptized together. To know Buck was to love him. He had a smile that could light up a room. Buck was a family man who loved spending time with his boys ‘playing sports, taking trips, and overall, just being the best father he could be. Buck leaves to cherish his life and legacy to his wife, Natasha "Seven" Ingram-Thompson; sons, King James, Master Davion, Sirr Chancee, and Saint Levi Ingram-Thompson all of the home; one daughter, Jameshia Sewell of High Point, NC; two grandson whom he loved like a son, Juelz "JuJu’ Thompson and Baby J.; parents, Shelia Thompson and Joseph (Melissa) Thompson all of Bennettsville, SC; bonus moms, Pamela Ingram and Flora Breeden both of High Point, NC; grandmother, Lillian Ingram of High Point, NC; sisters, Shelena Thompson of Bennettsville, SC, Temetrius Sewell of Thomasville, NC, Shamara Dimery of Archdale, NC, Crystal Allen of Trinity, NC and Kiamina Allen, Keisha (Billy) Steele, Cynthelia Quick, Charlotte Turer, Shemeka Turner all of High Point, NC, Ashley (Rashon) Best of Nashville, TN; brothers, Dashawn and Isaiah Thompson of Bennettsville, SC, Desean (Christy) Hall of Durham, NC, Johnny (Jocelyn) Armstrong of Greensboro, NC; special cousin like a brother, Thomas Thompson of Bennettsville, SC; nieces, Tyshira, Zamiyah, Jacobia, Jakeila Thompson and Daysya Graham of Bennettsville, SC; nephews, TrayVeon Thompson of Bennettsville, SC, Christian Allen, Jalen Haggins, Kordarrius Ingram of High Point, NC and Cra’Narius Pegues of Thomasville, NC; aunts, Carlena (Edward) Smith, Annie Moore, Karen Young, Betty Hepburn, Tammy Curtis, Sharon Thompson, and Takita Dimery of Bennettsville, SC; uncles, Andrew and Fred (Clara Mae) Thompson; father-in-law, Walter Terry of Manhattan, KS special friend, Demetrius McCall of Bennettsville, SC and several cousins and friends.

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Lillian Holder McCall

Sep 26, 1938 - Feb 08, 2024

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High Point, NC

Lillian Holder McCall, age 85 a devoted mother, grandmother, and friend peacefully departed this earthly life on Thursday, February 8, 2024, surrounded by her loving family. She was born on September 26, 1938, in Johnson County, NC to her parents, Herman and Callie Scarboro Holder. She later married David McCall on November 4, 1961, and they relocated to High Point, NC. Lillian was a former employee at Royal Development Metal where she dedicated her time and talent. Her culinary talents made it a passion for her to cook. She delighted in preparing meals for her loved ones. Lillian also had a green thumb and possessed a natural gift for gardening. She had a special place in her heart for children and served as a beloved babysitter to many. Her patience, kindness, and love were evident in the way she interacted with the children she cared for, leaving a lasting impact on their lives. Lillian was preceded in death by her parents, Herman and Callie Holder; husband, David McCall; one son, Kenneth Ray McCall; one sister Elizabeth Holder; one granddaughter; and four brothers, Arlander Holder, Thurmann Holder, Herman Holder, and Edward Holder. She leaves behind a legacy of love and cherished memories to her daughters; Gloria McCall, Linda "Joyce" McCall, and Lisa McCall, and her son, David "Paul" (Susan) McCall; sisters, Callie McDaniel, Edna McCall, and Ivey Jean (Ralph) Harris; two brothers, Douglas (Gayle) Holder and Alvin (Gwendolyn) Holder; thirteen grandchildren; twenty-one great, grandchildren, six great-great-grandchildren; and a host of elder relatives and friends.

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Sandra Robinson Weathers

Oct 12, 1962 - Feb 18, 2024

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null, NC

A Celebration of Life for Sandra Robinson Weathers, affectionately known as "Sassy." Sandra Douglas Robinson Weathers "Sassy" was born October 12, 1962, in High Point, North Carolina, to the late Douglas "Johnny" Robinson and Dennie Reid Robinson. Sandra accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized, becoming a longtime member of Mt. Vernon Baptist Church in High Point, North Carolina. She graduated from High Point Central High School in 1980, where she was a member of the marching band. Sandra furthered her education at UNC - Greensboro, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology. Sandra began her career at the High Point Public Library and soon met and married the love of her life, her darling Brian. Sandra soon advanced to customer service rep at the Education Center in Greensboro, North Carolina, where she was employed for twenty years. While employed with the Education Center, Sandra was also co-owner of the popular Sassy's Restaurant and Nightclub in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. A layoff from the Education Center was a blessing in disguise as Sandra became a loving and primary caregiver to her mother who was declining in health. Sandra was the point person in compassionate daily care of Mrs. Robinson until her death in 2012. "Sassy" was respected and appreciated by her siblings and family for her steadfast, selfless, and dedicated commitment to the wellbeing of Mrs. Robinson. In addition to her parents, Sandra was preceded in death by one brother, John Robinson, and sister-in-law, Janet Staton. Sandra is survived by: her loving husband of 33 years, Brian Lamont Weathers; siblings, Armond Staton, Frankie Staton of Nashville, TN, Stephen (Avis) Robinson, Jeané Robinson of Charleston, SC, Paul (Avis) Robinson and Demetrice (David) Graham; a very special niece who was like a sister, Aprielle "Penny" (Larry) McLean of Winston-Salem, NC; father-in-law, Reverend Eddie (Annie) Weathers; mother-in-law, Dorothy Morton Stout; two sisters-in-law, Angela Obi and Barbara (Frederick Tyson) Weathers; three brothers-in-law, Alex Harrison, Johnny Stout, and Travis (Brandy) Stout; two aunts, Barbara Harrison and Minister Virginia Griffin; three nieces; three nephews; five great nieces; nine great-nephews; and a host of loving cousins and very dear friends. We know Sandra's presence will be missed, but her kind and loving spirit will always be with us.

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Harold Wayne White

Aug 25, 1963 - Feb 26, 2024

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High Point, NC

Harold Wayne White, age 60, passed away peacefully on February 26th, 2024, at WFBMC-Atrium Health- High Point after a lengthy battle of declining health. He was born on August 25, 1963, to the late Glorenda White Coleman and Kenneth Hargraves. Harold graduated from Page High School, in Greensboro, NC. He was a restaurant manager at Ghassan's for over 34 years. His positive qualities made him a cherished and loyal friend to many. He was a respected member of the St. John's Lodge #12 P.H.A., Greensboro Consistory #106, Khalif Temple A.E.O.N.M.S #144, R.L. Seibels H.R.A.M #79, E.R. Hopkins Commandery Knights Templar #15. In his free time, Harold White enjoyed watching Dallas Cowboys football team which brought him joy and relaxation. Harold was preceded in death by two siblings, Debra White, and Darryl White. Harold was a devoted family man, who loved his grandchildren above all else. He was a beloved husband to Veronique Warren-White, and a devoted father to Jaleesa (Jamel) Robinson, Debra (Antonio) White, Britney White, Davasha Warren-White. Harold is also survived by his grandchildren, Tomorrea, Saniya, Royale, Kayvion, Taiwan and one on the way; siblings, Cassandra Hargraves, Wanda Crouch, Lamont (Wendy) Carter, Sherita Williams; two special nieces, Latia (Stephon) Reese and Shameka Williams; also a host of nephews, God-daughter, Jayla Boyd.cousins, friends, his dear aunt, Peggy Allen; mother-in-law, Diane Alston; friends, Anita Moon and Ben Fondry. He was a member of Inner-City Unity with some great childhood friends, whom he considered his brothers, Ervin Boyd, Steve Cooley, Tony Stewart, Dave Brown, Percy King, Alford Gilyard, Shawn Kelly, Steve Weldon, Clayton Bell and Keith Mark. Harold White will be dearly missed by all who knew him. His legacy will live on through his family and friends.

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Bruce Lee Wood

Jul 04, 1954 - Feb 28, 2024

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High Point, NC

"Bruce Lee Wood, 69, formerly of Stanley, NC, passed away on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2024. A lifelong North Carolina resident, Bruce was born in High Point, NC, the son of the late A. B. and Margaret Wood. He is survived by his brother Allan Bertram Wood (Pauline) of Indian Trail, NC, aunt and uncle Patricia and Richard Vaughan of Ararat, NC, nephews Christopher Wood of Wellesley, MA and Evan Wood of Morrisville, NC and many extended family members. Upon graduation from North Mecklenburg High School in Huntersville, NC, Bruce attended what was then High Point College, graduating with a history degree. Bruce had varied work experiences, including in retail and construction. He was also the family historian and genealogist, spending many hours researching his family’s ancestors. He was proud of his collection of family artifacts. In addition, Bruce was a big Atlanta Braves baseball and Green Bay Packers football fan. He was also a fan of classic old TV fare, especially Westerns. Bruce was a long-time member of East Gate 0692 Ancient Free and Accepted Masons in Matthew’s, NC. Graveside Services will be held at Floral Garden Park Cemetery in High Point at a later date. Bruce’s family would like to extend their gratitude to his care givers at Lake Park Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and Via Health Partners hospice care nurses."

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Pamela Lavern Rogers-Crockett

Oct 30, 1968 - Feb 24, 2024

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High Point, NC

Pamela Lavern Rogers-Crockett, 55, passed away on Saturday, February 24, 2024, at her residence in High Point, North Carolina. She was born October 30, 1968 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and was the daughter of Mattie Rogers (Bonner) and the late Phil Rogers Sr. In addition to her father she was also preceded in death by, three year old grandson, A’dyn Kyree Crockett (2023). She moved with her parents to Augusta, Georgia, and was a graduate of George P. Butler High School, Class of 1987. There she was a High School Dancing Girl and participated in the high school’s Vocational Industrial Clubs of America where she was known as Pamela “Pretty Face” Rogers. She also attended Donal Modeling School and made many friends. She was beautiful and revered for her passion and love for her teammates and friends. Following high school she enlisted into the United States Army, serving honorably for three years and separating in June 1991. Pamela was feisty, smart, and fun to be around. She enjoyed her music and she loved to dance. She was a virtuous woman and committed mother and grandmother. She accepted Jesus Christ as her personal savior in 1989 and began following His path for her life. She lived life to the fullest and was infectious, creating friends wherever she went. Life was a canvas and Pamela painted with the color Purple -vibrant and energetic. She was kind, giving, and always cared. She was kind, giving, and always cared. Our love for her cannot be overstated. She will always remain in our hearts forever. She leaves to cherish her memories her children Donald Craig (Rasheeka), Joshua Crockett, Jalyn Crockett, grandchildren Donald Craig Jr., Kahlaya Richardson, Kehlani Richardson and the late, brother Phil Rogers Jr., Aunt Ann Hoo, Mother Mattie Rogers and a host of cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends. No service scheduled at this time. Condolence maybe offered at www.cumbyfuneral.com.

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Rev. Paul Robert Snell

Dec 25, 1943 - Feb 27, 2024

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High Point, NC

Rev. Paul Robert Snell, 80, resident of High Point, died February 27, 2024 at Brookdale Assisted Living. A memorial service will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, in the chapel of Cumby Family Funeral Service in High Point. A complete obituary is forthcoming.

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