Carol Deaton Sanders, age 72 passed away Sunday, February 11, 2018 at Genesis HealthCare in Siler City.


Graveside services will be 2:00 PM Tuesday at Pine Grove Baptist Church Cemetery conducted by her grandson Kevin Maness.


A native of Moore County she was the daughter of the late Gurney and Florence Williams Deaton. She worked at Klaussner Furniture in Asheboro before retiring. She was a loving and devoted mother and grandmother.


She was preceded in death by her sister, Doris Simpson; brothers Meriel, Jerry and Billy Deaton.


She is survived by her husband of 55 years J.C. Sanders; children Calvin Sanders of Seagrove, Kim Burroughs and husband Michael, Floyd Sanders and wife Karen, Beth Ammons and husband Steve all of Asheboro; brother James Deaton of West End; grandchildren Tricia Chriscoe and husband Kent, Jonathan Maness and wife Laura, Aaron Maness, Kevin Maness and wife Sesily, Katie Sanders, Bryan Sanders, Lincoln Sanders, Ethan Davis and Laura Ammons; great-grandchildren Hope Chriscoe, Hannah Chriscoe, Damion Maness, Rhylea Maness, Avery Maness and Ryan Maness.


The family will receive friends from 6:00 - 8:00 PM Monday at Kennedy Funeral Home in Robbins.


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  1. Your mom was such a good person, always loving and just a great person. – She had so much love for all of you- 

  2. I grew up with Carol and loved her mother whom I called Granny Florence because she was with my mother the night I was born. Carol was a great and talented musician I remember her piano and accordion playing very well and went with her to church and praye

  3. Thoughts and prayers are with the entire family of this wonderful lady, she will be missed. I loved calling and talking to her, if I was having a hectic/bad day, she could always turn it around and make me smile. She had a loving, caring heart and it show

  4. JC and Family,
    You all are in my thoughts and prayers. Carol was a Awesome Christian lady. I wish that I could be there for the Service but I have a scheduling conflict. I know Kevin will do a Great job. May The Lord give you Peace and Comfort during

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