Kernersville – Mrs. Maxine Ballard Sellers, 98, passed away Saturday, November 26, 2022, at Arbor Ridge in Kernersville. She was born October 11, 1924, in Moore County, the daughter of Jasper and Mae Brewer Sheffield. A member of Shady Grove Wesleyan Church, she retired from Forsyth Medical Center after 25 years of service. Maxine was thoughtful and independent, loved flowers and birds and had a wry sense of humor. She was quietly faithful and unpretentious, and she was also devoted to her family, friends, and her Church. She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband, John Ballard in 1961. Survivors include her children, J. Franklin Ballard, III of Columbia, SC, and Cheryl Kirkpatrick of Kernersville; a sister, Leola Richardson of Woodruff, SC; a brother Bernie Sheffield of High Point; her grandson, Michael Kirkpatrick of Winston-Salem and a great granddaughter, Rylee Kirkpatrick of Winston-Salem. A funeral service will be held at 2:00 PM Thursday, December 1, 2022, at Shady Grove Wesleyan Church with Pastor Phil Kirkman officiating. A visitation will be held at 1:15 PM prior to the service at the church. Burial and committal service will follow in the church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to Trellis Supportive Care, 101 Hospice Ln., Winston-Salem, NC 27103. Online condolences may be made at


John Allen Swisher, Jr., 64, of Kernersville, NC, passed away on Sunday, November 27, 2022.
A native of Fairmont, WV, John was the husband of 39 years to Kimberley Lattimer “Kim” Swisher and the son of John Allen Swisher, Sr. and Lillian Jean Mackey Swisher, both deceased. John served the community for over 41 years as a pharmacist at CVS. He was loyal to his church, his work, and most of all his family. John was a wonderful husband, father, and grandfather.
Survivors include his wife, Kim; son, Tyler Swisher and wife, Zina; two daughters, Carson Swisher, and Madison Swisher Melton and husband, Zach; five grandchildren, Derrick Melton, Diana Melton, Danielle Melton, Victor Swisher, and Griffin Swisher; and brother, Mike Swisher and wife, Lorraine.
A memorial service celebrating his life will be held 11:00AM Friday, December 2, 2022 at the Pierce-Jefferson Funeral Services Kernersville Chapel with Rev. David Lattimer officiating. The family will greet friends from 10:00AM to 11:00AM on Friday prior to the service at the funeral home.
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Linda Kay Moore, 71, of Cookeville, Tennessee passed away Thursday, November 24, 2022, at Charter Senior Living of Cookeville.
Linda was born in Columbus, Indiana on October 4, 1951 to the late Ralph and Margaret Ketchum Lynn. Linda was the fourth of five children. She married her high school sweetheart, the late Douglas Moore, November 25, 1972. Linda worked at Bartholomew County Hospital (Columbus Regional Health) for over 20 years, where she made numerous friends. She always loved to talk about the “gals at work”. In 1992, the family moved to Cookeville, TN where they lived until 2001. They briefly resided in Lawrenceburg, TN before settling down in Kernersville, NC, where she worked for RHA Health Services for eight years caring for adults with special needs. She was so proud of how her entire extended family was able to come from all over the country to attend her son Braden’s wedding at Lake Lure, NC in 2019. More than anything, she wanted everyone in her circle to be happy. She loved animals (especially her beloved dog Bella), attending her grandchildren’s many activities, adventures to the beach, dining out, entertaining, and sitting by the pool with her friends at Maple Point.
She is survived by her daughter, Pennie Casey of Cookeville; son, Gavin (Kelly) Moore of Cookeville; and son, Braden (Kaley) Moore of Charlotte, NC.
In addition to her children, she is also survived by six grandchildren: Maggie Casey, Eli Moore, Andrew Ramey, Annabelle Casey, Brody Moore, and Bristol Ramey;
brother, Ronald (Nikki) Lynn of Columbus, IN.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 39 years, Douglas Moore; and brothers Roger, Thomas, and Douglas Lynn.
The family will hold a Celebration of Life at a later date.
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John S. Meroney, 85, of Kernersville, North Carolina, died in his home on November 25, 2022, following complications from a stroke.
John was born on July 26, 1937, in the mountains of Western North Carolina – “right in the suburbs of Asheville,” he would say, “in a little place called Scratch Ankle. It was so far back up in the woods that when we’d go to the post office, we’d make sure we had a pregnant mule to ride so we’d have another one to ride back.”
The son of Lloyd Alwyne Meroney and Mamie (Truell) Meroney, John was a direct descendant of Philip DeLancey Meroney, of County Clare, Ireland. Meroney came to America at the time of the French and Indian War in 1760 and stayed on to fight in the American Revolution. As captain of the First Maryland Battalion of the Flying Camp, Meroney equipped a company at his own expense and fought in the Battles of Brandywine, White Plains, and Yorktown. On October 18, 1781, Meroney was present when the British surrendered to the Continental Army’s Commander-in-Chief, General George Washington. Philip DeLancey Meroney settled in Charleston, South Carolina.
This lineage helped inspire a fierce determination in young John. “We used to do a lot of fighting out there in Scratch Ankle, and it didn’t take me too long to learn and know that you’ve got to take care of yourself,” he said.
When he was boy, John’s family moved to Washington, D.C. Even though his parents had no background or interest in athletics, John fell in love with football as an eighth grader at Stratford Junior High School in Arlington, Virginia. He weighed just 110 pounds but refused to give up his dream to play.
“The first day of practice I looked at those guys and knew I could play better football than anybody on that field,” he said. John went out for the team, thinking maybe if that failed, he could be manager.
The coach sized him up and said, “Well, Johnny, you’re kind of small. If you come out for the team and you get cut, then you can’t get your job as manager back. Do what you want to.” John took a chance – and made the team. But he was third string. In the entire season, he got to play a total of two minutes. And that was only when the team was way ahead. And it was in the last minute or two.
As a junior at the much larger Washington-Lee High School, John went out for the varsity. He made the cut as left halfback, but this time he was on the seventh string. Still, he worked hard, showed he could carry the ball, and made touchdowns. He also learned to tackle.
A news account of a Washington-Lee junior varsity game against George Washington in Alexandria contains this lede: “Halfback Johnny Meroney sparked the Little Generals to victory with his standout running throughout the game, scoring two of the four W-L touchdowns. He scampered 19 and 71 yards for touchdowns.”
By John’s senior year, even though he was by then 5-6 and 155 pounds, he became “the hard-running halfback” who “heads for the wide-open spaces.” After just a couple of games, John was the top scorer for the Generals.
News accounts in the capital’s newspapers say that Meroney “raced,” “took over,” “trounced,” “romped,” and “swept [competitors] off their feet.”
THERE GOES MERONEY, read a typical headline in Washington papers. Sports reporters called him the sparkplug in the Generals’ never-say-die spirit.
“John Meroney was easily the standout performer for the Generals,” wrote the Daily Sun’s “Duck” Ducksen.
In December 1954, John was awarded the Hecht Company “Most Valuable Player” trophy. In fact, his home is full of trophies from those days at Washington-Lee – First Team All-Metropolitan, Washington, D.C.; First Team All-Northern Virginia; All-State, Outstanding Player.
Reflecting on their unique time on the Washington-Lee team, John’s fellow General, Warren Beatty, who played center (and would later go on to star as a fictional quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams in the 1978 film Heaven Can Wait) wrote to John: “You are one of the greatest guys and greatest ball-players I have ever known. I’ll always remember your modesty and perfect personality. I have never known a more likeable person than you. I hope I see a lot of you in the future.”
Thinking that he might want to attend the Naval Academy, John enrolled in a feeder for Annapolis and West Point, The Bullis School – “6 miles from the White House.” A boarding and day school in Silver Spring, Maryland, it was not unusual to see as many as eight Bullis graduates, at one time, on the varsity football squad at the Naval Academy.
But fate intervened when an assistant football coach at the University of Virginia spotted a “super player” on the Bullis gridiron – young John Meroney. The assistant was so excited at what he saw on the field that he telephoned his colleague and friend Herb Appenzeller, head football coach at Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina – “The Only Quaker College in the South.”
“We don’t want another ACC school to get him,” Martin told Appenzeller. “If you get him, you will have an All America.”
Appenzeller traveled to Washington to meet John and his parents at their home on 1211 Cleveland Street in Arlington. He invited him to visit Guilford. John accepted. While in Greensboro, Appenzeller sold him on coming to the Old North State to play. He entered Guilford in 1956. John would become one of Guilford’s all-time best and, in 1974, he was inducted into the Guilford College Hall of Fame.
In Guilford’s first game of the season against Elon, Appenzeller recalled, “John ran 96 yards for a touchdown. On his second play, he ran 98 yards for a touchdown. On his third carry, he went 97 yards for a third touchdown.” It became a pattern.
John became famous “from Murphy to Manteo,” – Guilford’s first All American, and an outstanding sprinter on the track team, too. He was graduated with honors in 1960. In 2019 Appenzeller, who would go on to become Guilford’s athletic director for decades, included John’s exploits in his book, Legends from the Locker Room.
“I felt later in life that John Meroney was the football player that had the greatest influence on me in all my years of coaching,” Appenzeller wrote.
John signed with the Green Bay Packers to play for Coach Vince Lombardi for the 1960 season – this was during the Packers’ legendary era of Bart Starr and Paul Hornung. At the time, the starting salary in the National Football League was $17,934. But before the first game of the season, Lombardi himself cut John from the team. John was too small – 5-10 and 185.
When John recounted his short-lived time with the Packers, he would say, “If you think I’m only 5-10, you’ve got some stinkin’ thinkin.’ You’ve got to think bigger than that. I’m 6-2, about 230 pounds – I’m just a compact version of that, see? Some of you big guys who are about 6-2 or 6-3, I want to see you run about four or five times into Hawg Hanner or ole Ray Nitschke or Willie Wood and then come back up and not be any shorter than I am.”
After the Packers, he returned to Guilford where he worked with the football team as a backfield coach and scout. In 1962-63, he also did graduate work at the University of Virginia’s School of Administration in Charlottesville. Later, John was track and assistant football coach in the Department of Athletics at Frederick College in Portsmouth, Virginia.
In 1964, he launched a business career with Fidelity Union Life Insurance Co., where he was named regional rookie of the year and in time was inducted into the President’s Club. At American Bankers in 1971, he joined the Millionaire’s Club. In 1974, John was Phoenix Mutual Life’s Man of the Year. Later, he joined the brokerage business in Winston-Salem, first as vice president of Advance Investment Co., where he worked with William E. Hollan, Jr.; at the Pinnacle Group, with Lee Cain; and in 1988 started a career with NCNB where he became senior vice president, NationsBanc Investments, Inc., (later Banc of America Investment Services, Inc.), and senior vice president, Merrill Lynch Private Client Group.
From boyhood until his stroke in July 2022, John played tennis and also golfed with his best friend, Herb Sidden; attended NASCAR races in Talledega, Charlotte, and Daytona Beach, with his brothers-in-law Emory Gilly and Don Pence; owned and lived on a 13-acre former tobacco farm in Winston-Salem (which is still owned by family members); purchased and maintained a country estate in Davie County where he hosted a pig-picking with help from his friend, Rick Batté; raised, showed, and midwifed the pups of his prize-winning, pedigreed basset hound, Mercy Bee Merrigold; ran the New York City Marathon; hunted bears in Canada; bicycled in Santa Monica; and vacationed with his devoted wife, Marsha, at their cabin in Boone, North Carolina.
He was a dedicated reader of the Wall Street Journal and Garden & Gun. John also followed national affairs with zeal. In 2015, he forecast the rise and ultimate election of Donald Trump to the presidency, when everyone in politics and the national media – and even his own family members – viewed the real estate magnate’s chances as dubious, at best.
He spent the last month of his life surrounded by Marsha, other loved ones, and friends. In October, members of the current Guilford College football team, along with head coach Brad Davis, visited him at home to pay their respects. John loved it when they autographed a helmet for him. He also watched Monday Night Football with his granddaughter and listened to Dave Brubeck and Errol Garner with her.
John is survived by his wife of more than a decade, Marsha (Poplin) of Kernersville; his son, John S. Meroney II (Meredith) of Los Angeles, California; a granddaughter, Blair Grace DeLancey Meroney, also of Los Angeles; two stepdaughters, Dana Cooper and Lynn Alas, and their children; many nieces and nephews; his beloved little sister, JoAn Cutler of Winston-Salem; many nieces and nephews; and former wife, Audrey Gilly Meroney, of Big Stone Gap, Virginia. His brother, Hugh, and another sister, Carolyn Pence, preceded him in death.
In 1967, John joined Christ Wesleyan Church in Greensboro, pastored by Rev. Robert I. McCluskey (“Preacher Bob”) and assistant pastor Rev. Forbis L. Kivett, both of whom John regarded as spiritual mentors and friends. Later, he attended Calvary Baptist Church in Winston-Salem for 23 years. With his wife, Marsha, John was also an active member of the Gideons; Bible Study Fellowship; and they attended Shady Grove Wesleyan Church in Colfax, and Christ Wesleyan Church in Winston-Salem.
For keeping John comfortable in his difficult final days and easing his journey to Heaven, his family would like to give its heartfelt thanks to the staff of Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home, Trellis Supportive Care in Winston-Salem, and in particular nurse Laura Aron who has such a wonderful peace about her.
When asked to talk about his outlook on life, John always credited his mother, Mamie. “She was the kind of person who always looked on the bright side,” he said. He would also invoke Dr. William James, “the father of American psychology.” John said, “He knew a great deal about how the human mind worked and he said, ‘Man can alter his life by altering his attitude.’ What is your attitude?”
John came to call his personal viewpoint “the winning attitude.” When he spoke about it to groups throughout the country, he said that he had a love affair with his maker and a love affair with life. “I’ll tell you what,” he said, “you’ve got to have a love affair with something before anything is going to happen in your life.”
Hayworth-Miller Funeral Home in Kernersville has been entrusted with the arrangements. Visitation with the family will be there on Tuesday, November 29, 2022, from 1:00-2:00 P.M., and the memorial service will be held at 2:00 P.M. John will be buried at Oaklawn Memorial Gardens in Winston-Salem. To view the obituary or share condolences, please visit


Richard Lester Redmon, 76, of Kernersville, NC, went home to be with his Lord peacefully surrounded by his family on Monday, November 21, 2022.
A native of Forsyth County, NC, Richard was a loving husband of 55 years to Billie Lakey Redmon and the son of Lester Franklin Redmon and Katherine Gray Redmon, both deceased. Richard was a 1965 graduate of East Forsyth Senior High School. He served in the U.S. Army and later in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserves. He was a retired sales representative for Ingersol Dresser Rand. He was a member of the Kernersville Masonic Lodge 669. Richard was a faithful member of Welcome Door Baptist Church. He loved eagles, watching westerns on TV, flying model airplanes, and airplanes in general. Richard enjoyed working in the garden and listening to music, especially gospel music. He loved his family and supported his children and grandchildren in all of their activities and adventures through his life. Richard and Billie were soul mates from the time they started dating in 1964 and were always by each other’s side. Where you saw one, you saw the other. Richard was the best Husband, Daddy, and Pawpaw. He was a great friend and family man who will be missed by all who knew him.
Survivors include his wife, Billie of the home; son, Derek Redmon and wife, Tracey of Kernersville, NC; daughter, Dana Redmon Watson and husband, David of Belews Creek, NC; grandchildren, Tyler Redmon, Sydney Watson, Lindsay Redmon, Weston Watson, Mason Watson, and Bryson Redmon; sisters, Diane Mabe and husband, Wayne, and Margie Howard and husband, Pete; aunt, Mae Petticord; sister-in-law, Johnnie Midyette; and multiple nieces, nephews, and special cousins.
In addition to his parents, Richard was preceded in death by his mother-in-law and father-in-law, Dot and Clyde Lakey.
There will be a time of visitation from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Friday, November 25, 2022 at the Pierce-Jefferson Funeral Services Kernersville Chapel.
Funeral services celebrating his life will be held at 1:00 PM Saturday, November 26, 2022, at Welcome Door Baptist Church with Pastor Brian Taylor officiating. Interment will follow at Eastlawn Gardens of Memory, Kernersville, NC.
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The family would like to extend a special thanks to all the doctors and nurses for their care for Richard during his illness.
Memorial donations may be made to Welcome Door Baptist Church, 6741 Vance Road, Kernersville, NC 27284, or to Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home, 101 Hospice Lane, Winston-Salem, NC 27103.


Kernersville – Judy Cooke Dudley, 77, went home to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on Friday, November 18, 2022. She was born on September 14, 1945, in Catawba County, NC to the late Marvin O’dell and Susie Nance Cooke. Judy was an exceptional, very giving, and com-passionate woman who was devoted to her family, church family, and friends alike. She loved many things like music, art paintings, cooking, and baking, particularly her specialty chocolate chip cookies. But her one true passion was the love for her Lord. She was a faithful member of Triad Baptist Church. Combining her love for music and serving Christ she would use her talent to sing in the choir at church. She could play many instruments, for instance the piano where she learned from her father who travelled with a gospel quartet. Judy was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother “Nana”, and friend who will be missed by all who knew and loved her.
Left to cherish her memory is her husband, Norman Kight Dudley; two sons David Shawn Dudley (Ginger), Michael Shea Dudley (Sherry); as well as four grandchildren Cayley Painter Bowers (Zack), Zack Painter, Cole Dudley, and Anna Paige Dudley.
A memorial service for Judy will be held 2:00 PM on Friday, November 25, 2022, at Triad Baptist Church with Rev. Rob Decker officiating. A visitation will be held one hour prior to the service at the church. There will be a private family graveside. Hayworth-Miller Kernersville Chapel is assisting the family. Online condolences may be made at


Sarah Frances Mangum Shore
December 30, 1933-November 15, 2022

Sarah Frances Mangum Shore, 88, of Kernersville passed away on November 15, 2022 at Kate B. Reynolds Home following a brief illness. Sarah was born to Lonnie Wyatt Mangum, Sr. and Lona Sanford Mangum on December 30, 1933 in Creedmoor, NC. She grew up on a working farm, which contributed to a life of industriousness, perseverance, and a sense of community.
After graduating from Creedmoor High School, Sarah worked as a bank teller until she moved to Winston-Salem to pursue a nursing degree. She finished Bowman Gray School of Medicine in 1960. She spent the next 35 years as a registered nurse at North Carolina Baptist Hospital and at Kernersville Primary Care, assisting Dr. William S. Kelly.
In 1961, Sarah met Ed Shore at a dance in Winston-Salem. After a short courtship, they married in Davis Chapel at Baptist Hospital. She settled in Forsyth County, specifically, Kernersville. She embraced new family and friends, as well as new traditions when she joined Kernersville Moravian Church. She volunteered in the nursery and coordinated Vacation Bible School. She served on many committees and boards, and she especially loved Women’s Fellowship and her Sunday School classes. Among other community participation, she was on the building committee for the Kernersville Y and active in the Kernersville Historic Preservation Society.
Sarah went about her work quietly, as if it was second nature to grow a garden, can the vegetables, forever keep home and hearth, tend to others in one way or another, or entertain when occasions called for it. She had a knack for being well-organized, and she loved it when a plan came together! When she took a moment, she enjoyed a cup of hot coffee, a variety of books, jigsaw puzzles, or watching the birds and bunnies on the lawn.
In addition to her parents, Sarah Frances was preceded in death by her husband, Edgar E. Shore, Jr., a brother, Lonnie, and his daughter of Burlington, NC. Surviving family includes daughters, Hellen Wilson and Nancy Sawtelle (Butch); grandchildren, Meredith Wilson, Michael (Macy), Kathleen, and Thomas Sawtelle; sisters, Aline Campbell and Elna Mae Holmes; a brother, Gilbert Mangum; two sisters-in-law; and many nieces and nephews.
The family will hold a private service at Kernersville Moravian Church, where she will be interred. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Crisis Control Ministry of Kernersville or Trellis Supportive Care of Winston-Salem. The family is grateful to Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Team for their compassionate care of Sarah.


Kernersville – Mrs. June Beeson Hester, 91, passed away peacefully on Thursday, November 10, 2022, at Brookridge Retirement Community. She was born on June 7, 1931, in Forsyth County to Claude Roosevelt and Era Smith Beeson. June enjoyed many crafts, especially painting. She was a bookkeeper for Hester Landscaping but really enjoyed being a homemaker, taking care of her three boys and working on the farm. A simple life was what she loved and spending time with her family was her greatest joy. She was a loving mother, grandmother, and great grandmother who will be greatly missed.
In addition to her parents, June was preceded in death by her loving husband, James “Bud” Hester; her son, Ronnie Hester; two brothers; and two sisters.
She is survived by two sons, Dennis Hester and Kenny Hester; six grandchildren, David, Tommy, Kelli, Shelby, Rachael, and Nathan; four great grandchildren, Tyler, George, Carter, and Beckett; one step-grandson, Michael; adopted son, Buster Moore (Buster); and numerous nieces and nephews.
A memorial service for June will be held at 3:00 pm on Sunday, November 20, 2022, at Hayworth-Miller Kernersville Chapel. Friends may order flowers as well as leave online condolences at


Mr. Henry “Hank” Joseph Buser Jr, 87, passed away peacefully on Saturday, November 12, 2022, at Westchester Manor with his loving wife by his side. He was born on May 18, 1935, to the late Henry Joseph Buser Sr. and Marie Costello Buser. Henry was born and raised in Mineola, Long Island, New York. He raised his family in North Branch, New Jersey, before moving to Kernersville where he spent 42 years of his life. Hank was proud of his service in the United States Army. He was also a faithful member of Holy Cross Catholic Church where he performed as an usher and with the Knights of Columbus for many years. He was known for his love of the outdoors-especially working in his garden. He was also fond of water, serving as a lifeguard and racing boats. Tennis was a favorite sport for him, being active and involved was an important part of who he was. Hank loved his family more than anything, but his animals were a close second. He was the caretaker and company of many bees, chickens, and the wild birds he enjoyed feeding in his backyard. Henry will be missed by those who knew and loved him.
As well as his parents, Hank is preceded in death by his aunt, Florence Costello.
To carry on his memory are his wife, Nancy Buser; Son, Henry Joseph Buser III (Janet); Daughter, Patti Buser (Van Fleming); Three brothers, James (Lee), Thomas (Sydney), and Walter; two grandsons; special friend Dorothy Fink and her family; as well as many special nieces, nephews, and extended relatives.
A funeral mass will be held 2:00 PM on Friday, November 18, 2022, at Holy Cross Catholic Church with Father Father Mlakar officiating. Entombment at Eastlawn Gardens of Memory will follow the mass. A visitation will be held from 4:00 PM- 6:00 PM on Thursday, November 17, 2022, at Hayworth-Miller Kernersville Chapel.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Holy Cross Catholic Church at 616 S Cherry St, Kernersville, NC 27284. Hayworth-Miller Kernersville Chapel is assisting the family.


Hazel Preston Hutchins, our precious mother, departed for her heavenly home on Monday, November 7, 2022, at the age of 103. Hazel was born on July 15, 1919, to the late James E. Preston and Rachael Preston. She was the oldest of seven siblings and grew up on a large farm in Belews Creek, NC. Hazel was a proud member of Kerwin Baptist Church, where she devoted 49 years there to her Lord and savior. She owned and operated Hutchins Photography Studio in Kernersville from 1947 to 1972, also working in Kernersville School Cafeteria until 1985 when she retired. Fond memories surround Hazel’s sewing and cooking, especially Sunday dinner after Church where her doors were always open. Hazel will be missed by those who knew and loved her.
In addition to her parents, Hazel is preceded in death by her son, Calvin G. Hutchins (Avalee); three sisters, Stella Hutchings, Treva Nelson, and Eva Baker; and three brothers, Cebron Preston, James Preston, and Carlos Preston.
Left behind to cherish her memory are Hazel’s Daughter, Becky Tucker (Charles); two sons, Gene Hutchins (Elizabeth), and Roy “Junior” Hutchins; 13 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren, 13 great-great grandchildren, as well as many other extended family members and friends.
A funeral service for Hazel will be held 11:00 AM Saturday, November 12, 2022, at Kerwin Baptist Church with Pastor Daniel Hawtree officiating. The family will have a visitation from 10:00 AM- 10:45 AM prior to the service in the church. Interment will follow at Eastlawn Gardens of Memory. Hayworth-Miller Kernersville Chapel is assisting the family.