Arlene Williams Monroe

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Arlene Monroe 79, of 1036 Talc Mine Road, died Tuesday, January 11, 2011 at her residence. She was surrounded by her family.

Funeral service will be held at 2:00 PM Saturday, January 15, 2011 at Pleasant View Friends Church, where she was a member, with the Reverend Jacelyn Jones and Reverend Darren Richardson officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.
Mrs. Monroe was a native of Guilford County. She was the daughter of the late Charlie and Etta Jane Currie Williams. She worked in the textile industry at Robbins Mill and Carthage Fabrics. Her husband, Odell Monroe, her brother, Forrest Williams and granddaughter, Kelsey Monroe preceded her in death.
Mrs. Monroe is survived by her daughter, Barbara Gail Kissell and husband Phil of Biscoe, sons: Tim Monroe and wife Tammy, Tony Monroe and wife Sheri of Robbins, grandchildren: Kristy and Kimberly Kissell, Hannah Monroe, Christopher Monroe, Lauren Monroe, sisters: Maxine McNeill and husband Clyde, Leoma Barber and husband Morris,Yvonne Horner and husband Tom, all of Robbins, Mary Etta Brown and husband Clifton of Siler City, brothers: Lewis Williams and friend Nona of North Wilkesboro, Floyd Williams and wife Greer of Robbins, J. D. Williams and wife Nancy of North Wilkesboro, Darrell Williams of Robbins, Wayne Williams and wife Connie of Ellerbe, many loving nieces and nephews.
The Monroe family will receive friends from 6- 8 PM Friday, January 14, 2011 at Kennedy Funeral Home in Robbins and at other times at the home.
Memorials made be made to: Pleasant View Friends Church, 13942 NC Hwy 24/27, Eagle Springs, NC 27242 or FirstHealth Hospice Foundation,150 Applecross Road, Pinehurst, NC 28374
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  1. Dear Family of Arlene Williams Monroe,
    We are so sorry to hear of the loss of one of the "Williams" children that we knew so well during our years at Elise High School. Our sincere condolences to all of you…especially to Mary Etta,Yvonne

  2. Sheri, I doubt you will remember me but we took classes together at MCC with Ms Judy Miller 10 years ago. I often remember us sitting out at the picnic tables talking while you and Lisa took a smoke break. I also remember your always talking about your da

  3. Oh, so many wonderful memories of Aunt Arlene. She welcomed us to her home with open arms and a loving heart. The Family Reunions, and just dropping in on Arlene always provided lots of food and wonderful conversations. God has welcomed her with open arms

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