Agnes Stutts

agnes stutts

Agnes Elizabeth Stutts, born July 14, 1923 went to rest with her Lord and Savior February 19, 2011.
Funeral service will be Tuesday February 22, 2011 at 2:00 PM at Crossroads Baptist Church with the Rev. Mike Holyfield officiating. Burial will follow at Pine Rest Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the church 1 hour prior to the service.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph Daniel Stutts; her brothers Junior and A.J. Hicks; her sister,Pauline Wallace; her grand daughter Bambi Britt Wood; her great-grand daughter, Kelsey Morgan Monroe.
She is survived by her daughters Betty Britt and husband Roy of Carthage; Carolyn Stutts of Pleasant Garden; son George A. (Skip) Stutts and wife Karen of Lancaster, SC; sister Margaret Dalrymple of Sanford; grandchildren Royilyn Derr and husband Ted of Robbins; Sheri Monroe and husband Tony of Robbins, Eryn Stutts of Brooklyn, NY; Laren Stutts of Jacksonville, FL; and Derek Stutts of Charlotte. Great -grandchildren ; Matthew Scott of Robbins; Hannah Monroe of Robbins; Corey Wood of Carthage and Derian Wood of Carthage. One great-great grandchild; Dayton Scott of Robbins.
Agnes spent many years helping care for her parents, brothers and sister. She was very proud of her children and loved spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren and her great -great grandchild.
In lieu of flowers the family has requested that memorials be made to the Heart and Lung Association in North Carolina 514 Daniels Street #109 Raleigh, NC 27605
Condolences may be made to
Kennedy Funeral Home is assisting the Stutts family

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  1. We are so sorry to hear of Agnes passing. My first thought was the celebration in heaven with she and Pauline together again. It was always so sweet to see her taking care of Pauline. I know its hard losing someone so dear. Hold onto the special memories

  2. Betty, skip & carolyn. Joanne and I are saddened by the passing and loss of your mother. She was a dear friend to my mother and we all loved and admired her. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Remember she is in a better place in heaven.

  3. Skipper, Betty & Carolyn,
    Your Mother was a good neighbor and was especially nice to Ray Hall & me in our teenage years. She allowed us to play ping pong in her basement after all of you were away from home(married, at college, etc.). This m

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