Abigail A. Baughn

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Abigail Alexander Baughn, age 36, of 333 Baughn Trail passed away on Sunday (May 24, 2009) at her residence.

A funeral service will be held Friday (May 29, 2009) at 2:00 PM at Bethlehem Baptist Church with Dr. Zeb V. Moss officiating.

A native of Moore County she was the daughter of the late James Lee Alexander. She attended UNC Chapel Hill and ultimately earned a Masters Degree. She began her career as a social worker for Moore County. In 1999, she entered the Moore County School System as an Exceptional Children's Teacher at Union Pines High School in which she later became program director and currently served as Assistant Principal for Pinecrest High School.

She is survived by: her husband, Randy Baughn; her mother, Betty Henson Alexander of West End; two brothers, Kenneth Alexander and Michael Alexander both of West End; and her in-laws, Martin and Lavina Baughn of Carthage.

The family will receive friends at Bethlehem Baptist Church, Thursday from 6:00 —8:00 PM and other time at the residence of Martin and Lavina Baughn.

In Lieu of flowers the family asks that memorials be made to: The Abigail Baughn Memorial Scholarship Fund: c/o Pinecrest High School, 250 Voit Gilmore Ln., Southern Pines, NC 28387.

Condolences: www.FryAndPrickett.com

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  1. Abby was very special to us. Her caring and compassionate spirit was a blessing to all who knew and loved her. She will be greatly missed. May God surround your family with his loving arms and give you comfort and peace at this time. Our thoughts and pray

  2. Alexander Family:My Dearest Betty, my prayers and love with your family. I will keep all of you in my thoughts. I have really missed seeing and hearing from you Betty. Love, Carol Mercer

  3. I am so very sorry for the loss of Abby. She has done so much with her life and made a difference to those lives she touched. I know she will live on the hearts of so many. Although I had lost touch in intervening years, I still remember her so clearly fr

  4. To Abby\’s family, I want to say how sorry I am for what you must be going through and that I am praying for you, I graduated high school with Abby and we have been in touch through the years. You raised an amazing child. She had a great personality in sh

  5. To the family of Agigail Baughn,
    Although I did not know her personally, I knew of her. I did however found out that Abigail was the daughter of Betty Alexander whom I have worked with in the past. My heart is heavy with sadness for your family with

  6. Your daughter was an asset to Pinecrest High School. My family was at a loss when we heard of her passing. May God bless you all at your time of loss.

  7. I used to teach with Abby and she will surely be missed by all. I was shocked to learn of her passing when I went online this morning from my home in California. My husband and I send our deepest sympathies and all our love and prayers. May God be with yo

  8. I just want her family to know how special she was to me and my family. She was there to help us through a situation at Pinecrest, and through that one encounter, I felt I had a friend for life. I wish for comfort for you in this time of sadness and I wan

  9. To the mother of Abigail Alexander Buaghn: Dear Betty, I will find you! I cannot believe this. What a precious young lady Abby always was. I enjoyed running into her at different times around the school at Union Pines. She was always bubbly just like you.

  10. Dear Love ones
    Wanted you all to know how much we all loved Abbys wonderful smile and positive motivation that she up-lifted everyday here at our High School. Abby always supported our AF JROTC students with open arms and we THANK YOU all for sharing

  11. Thinking of all of you at this incredibly difficult time. Abby was a very special lady.

  12. I just wanted to let you know that Abby was a very special person. I first met Abby during our Administrative class at Pembroke. Since I was the youngest in the group and I was going through a tough time, Abby took me under her wing. She became a good fri

  13. Abby was one of the people i remember most from my high school years and although i had not seen her in almost 15 years when i thought of happy times and people i went to school with, she would always come to mind. She was Kind and Gentle and always had n

  14. Dear Family,
    Mrs. Baughn was a wonderful person. She was one of the few faculty members at Pinecrest that actually cared about the students. I am one of the many students she blessed last year. If it wasnt for Mrs. Baughn, I probably wouldnt have gr

  15. Betty,
    You and family have my sincere sympathy. I remember the old times in Admission.
    Joy Spurlin

  16. Dear Abby, I am so sorry I failed you. I knew it was happening and failed to act. I acted with all my heart this to save another. memory of this and how sweet you were to me drove me to not let it happen again to anyone I know. I won’t have the guilt from

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