Glendon, NC
Candace Street Simmons, age 95 of Glendon died Thursday (March 5, 2009) at St. Joseph of the Pines in Southern Pines.
Funeral services will be 3:00 PM Sunday at Glendon Independent Christian Church conducted by the Rev. Joe Johnson and the Rev. Bob Yandle. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.
Born in Glendon to the late Dr. Murdo Eugene and Ollie Belle Brewer Street she was a homemaker. She graduated from Elise Academy and attended Flora McDonald College and Women's College in Greensboro. She was preceded in death by: her husband C.A. Simmons, sheriff of Chatham County, a son Eugene Street Simmons; sisters Helen S. McDonald, Lillian S. Bobbitt, Ida S. Garriss, Flora S. Whitman, Ruth S.Harrington, Elizabeth S. Whitehead; brother Dr. M. Eugene Street, Jr.
She is survived by one son Al Simmons and wife Kathy Vincent of Glendon; sister-in-law Jeanne Hayes Street of Glendon; granddaughters Jane Street Simmons of New Bern and Laura Vincent of Charleston, S.C.
The family will receive friends at Fry and Prickett Funeral Home Saturday from 6:00 —8:00 PM.
Memorials may be made to: Glendon Independent Christian Church 148 Glendon Church Road, Glendon, NC 27235.
Condolences: www.FryAndPrickett.com

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  1. There is so much I can say about Candace so where do you begin…she was my second mom…I am so proud and greatful to have had her in my life and to learn from her. She was one of the strongest women I know, not only in body but in mind. She never saw a

  2. To The Simmons Family:
    I wish to express my condolence for the loss of your dear love one. During times like these, hearts are filled with pain and sorrow. However, please find comfort in God\’s promise found in the Bible at John chapter 5, verses 28

  3. To the family of Candace Street Simmons;
    It is always sad when death comes to those to whom we love. We can take comfort from the scriptures. The scriptures can help us to cope with the difficult times that comes when we loss our dear love ones in d

  4. Al and Kathy, Linda and I send our condolences. Aunt Candace was a wonderful woman and roll model for others to follow. Al, I loved her and have many fond memories of her and her always positive attitude and smiling face. I am a better person for knowing

  5. AL: MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY IN THE LOSS OF YOUR MOM, SHE AND ALL OF HER SISTERS WERE ALWAYS SO NICE TO ME AS I WAS GROWING UP, RUTH WOULD BRING ME OVER TO
    DR.STREET\’S TO GO FISHING, AND ALSO ON SUNDAYS WHEN THEY GATHERED AT THE CABIN
    FOR A PEASEFUL

  6. I was sorry that I didn’t get to see Candace one more time, but if I had one more time, it would never be enough! She was a special person in my life also…will never forget the times and weekends at her house! The goats and walks out in the field to hun

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