Annie Holland Flinchum

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Annie Holland Flinchum, age 89, a long time Carthage resident, passed away peacefully, on Thursday, July 28, 2022, surrounded by her family.

Annie was a devoted wife and mother and was involved with several agricultural businesses in Moore county throughout the past 70 years.

Annie was predeceased by her parents, Martha and Estice Holland, husband Lawrence Flinchum and sister, Rita Willett. 

She is survived by her sons, Larry Flinchum of Carthage, NC, Ronny Flinchum of Raleigh, NC, and Tony and Celie of Summerfield, NC; her sisters, Clara Flinchum of Carthage, NC,  Nancy (Sterling) Howell of Seagrove NC, Lu (Robert) Smith of Fuquay-Varina, NC, and brother, Charles (Linda) Holland of New Hill, NC. She will be missed as well by, 6 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.

There will be a graveside service held on Monday, August 1, 2022, at 10:00am at the Lamms Grove Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery with the Elder Carlton Brown officiating.


Fry & Prickett Funeral Home is honored to serve the Flinchum family.


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  1. Annie was always a sweet, thoughtful lady. She was so active in the community and family farming. A true southern lady, will be greatly missed.

  2. Nanny, was one of the kindest people I have ever met. I instantly fell in love with her the first moment we met. She welcomed me into the Flinchum Family with open arms. She was so kind, loving, and truly cherished her family. She will be missed, but never forgotten. May we all find peace in knowing that she will always continue watching over us from above.

  3. Miss Annie was our neighbor for over 42 years and was always such a sweet, kind and caring person. A true southern lady that was always so friendly and compassionate. Hard working and driven to help whenever she was needed. A great cook, I especially loved her desserts. She will forever hold a special place in my heart. We lost a special angel today but heaven surely gained one. Go rest high on that mountain Miss Annie, your work on earth is done.

  4. Ms.Annie, really Nanny. One of the strongest and compassionate people I’ve ever had the privilege of knowing. She always had something to eat and amazing desserts no matter the day or time! A ture lady of the South loved her family and was inviting to anyone around. My the stories she’d tell, I love that lady and she’ll be greatly missed. Her memory will live on through her children, grandchildren,and great grandchildren,an great great grandchild…

  5. Annie was such a dear and sweet lady. She was always so kind to me when me and her niece Janet would visit her. Special memories.
    Love and Peace, Cathy Barber McRae

  6. Miss Annie was a sweet lady and we always enjoyed spending time with her when we had cookouts at her son Larry’s home. My mother and her struck up a friendship the first time they met and always enjoyed chatting with each other. I know she will be greatly missed by her family..she definitely held a special place in her grandson, Stephen’s heart. I’m sure Heaven is a little sweeter with her there. 💜

  7. Ronnie,
    I’m so sorry I didn’t know about your sweet mama’s passing in time to get to the service. She was such a wonderful woman. I always enjoyed running into her around town & getting a chance to catch up if only for a few minutes. She was very proud of you & always brought me up-to-date on what you were doing. She will be greatly missed. Please know that you & the rest of the family will be in my thought & prayers.

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