Cameron
Dorothy Warlick Harbour, 85, of Cameron died Friday (7/22/2011) at Foxhollow Assisted Living Center in Pinehurst after an extended illness.
A funeral service will be held at 2:00 PM on Sunday (7/24/2011) at Cameron United Methodist Church with the Rev. David Johnson and Pastor Archie Stevens officiating. Burial will follow at Cameron Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 1:00-2:00 PM prior to the service in the fellowship hall and after the service at the family home at 2792 NC Hwy 24/27 in Cameron.

'Dot' was born on August 15, 1925 in Kings Mountain to the late D. H. and Eunice Randell Warlick. After high school she worked with the Seaboard Railrod where she met her husband, the late Kent B. Harbour of Moore County. The couple resided in Cameron for over 50 years. Dot was a homemker and helpmate to Kent in his various businesses and gardening endeavors. She was an expert seamstress and among her various projects were quilts and many Raggedy Ann and Andy dolls which she presented to relatives and friends upon the birth of children. She was a long-time member of Cameron United Methodist Church, where she served on various committees and was a member of the United Methodist Women.

Mrs. Harbour is survived by daughters Vanessa Lowder & husband, Warren of Greensboro and Peggy Sue Zubay & husband, Peter of Cameron; grandsons, Matthew Lowder & Thad Lowder and granddaughter, Jessica Buday; sisters, Joyce Spinks, Faye Bridges, & Rachel Todd; brothers-in-law, Hayes Harbour & wife, Doris Jean, Earl Harbour & wife, Juanita and William Harbour & wife, Pat.
In addition to her parents & husband, Mrs. Harbour is preceded in death by brothers, Lewis Warlick, John Warlick, Frank Warlick & a sister Melba Hendrick.
Memorial contributions may be made to Cameron United Methodist Church, PO Box 85, Cameron, NC 28326 or to the Alzheimer's Association-Eastern N. C., 3737 Glenwood Ave., Suite 100, Raleigh, NC 27612.

Fry & Prickett Funeral Home is serving the family.

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  1. TO HAYES AND DORIS JEAN,
    I’M SO SORRY TO HEAR OF DOROTHY’S PASSING. MAY ALL THE GOOD MEMORIES HELP SEE YOU THROUGH THIS DIFFICULT TIME. EXTEND MY SYMPATHY TO DOROTHY’S CHILDREN. THINKING OF YOU. BETTY JEAN MCKINNEY

  2. I’m sorry for your loss, its always hard having someone you love die. But may we ALL look forward to a time when there will be no more death or pain anymore, those former things will have passed away (Rev. 21:4).

  3. I had the honor and privilege of caring for Dot when she lived at Elmcroft Assisted Living. Her sense of humor and independent spirit touched my life. The love, concern and caring shown by her two daughters, Peggy Sue and Vanessa, touched my heart. Bless

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