Clarence Edward Hussey, 90, of Robbins, passed away Sunday, March 17, 2013, at FirstHealth Hospice and Palliative Center in Pinehurst.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. on Thursday, March 21, 2013 at Tabernacle United Methodist Church in Robbins, with a reception following.
Clarence was born on July 29, 1922 to Aggie and Levi McKinley Hussey. He was preceded in death by brothers: Clyde Hussey and Cranford Hussey.
He is survived by his loving wife of 62 years, Edith Williams Hussey, two sons: Ronald Hussey of Raleigh, Randy Hussey and wife Claire of Carthage, daughter:Lisa Brown and husband Ken of Asheboro, sister ; Daisy Dunn of Star, brother; Grady Hussey of Robbins, 4 grandchildren: Tess Farmer and husband Michael of Santa Rosa Beach, Fla., Lindsay Hussey of Raleigh, Jay Hussey of Raleigh, Patrick Brown of Chapel Hill, Laura Brown of Boone, great granddaughter: Tully Farmer, nephew, Jack Hussey and many other nieces and nephews.
Clarence's pride was his family and his front lawn. He enjoyed working in the yard and gardening as well as traveling the country with his wife and close friends in the Robbins camping group. He was a World War II veteran serving in Germany and a member of Tabernacle United Methodist Church.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the FirstHealth Hospice and Palliative Center, 150 Applecross Road, Pinehurst, NC 28374.

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  1. I have many special memories of my Uncle Clarence….my first camping experience with Lisa, when we went to the Caverns in Virginia; I loved watching him drive that big egg truck in every evening; and him pinching me all the time on the way through his ya

  2. Edith and family,
    We are so sorry about Clarence. He was always so kind to us the years we rented from you all. He was such a hard worker. It was just amazing to watch him as he worked so hard in his gardens and doing other things outside . I know h

  3. Edith and family,
    We are so sorry about Clarence. He was always so kind to us the years we rented from you all. He was such a hard worker. It was just amazing to watch him as he worked so hard in his gardens and doing other things outside . I know h

  4. The passing of your loved one Clarence is one of the most devastating experiences your family can face, and at times, the loss may seem unbearable. However, finding ways to express my deepest sympathies to your family is most difficult. Furthermore, your

  5. Hussey Family,
    We will greatly miss Mr. Hussey. He was a wonderful man. He always treated us with kindness. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. God Bless each of you. The Burgess Family

  6. Edith and childen, I have so many great memories with you at Tabernacle UMC. I also remember the beach trip with Edith and my mother when my baby Beth as just a few months old. Everytime we came home to Robbins it was such a pleasure to see Clarence’s bea

  7. Hi Ron,
    I’m sorry to hear about the passing of your father. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.

  8. We are sorry for the loss of your loved one, Mr. Hussey.
    Our thoughts and our prayers are with you during this difficult time. The Lord will give you the strength needed to continue your Journey of Grief.
    God’s Peace,
    Staff and Pat Brown,

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