Mittie Hayes Nall ,91, went to be with the Lord and Savior, Monday, August 24, 2020. 

 

Mittie was born in Randolph County January 20, 1929 to the late Oliver and Minerva Deaton Hayes.

 

Mittie worked in textiles, for many years. She started at the Robbins Mill, where she met the love of her life, Harvey.  She retired from Ramtex Inc. after 28 years of service.  Her retirement years were spent gardening, canning and cooking; to share with others; it was part of her own personal ministry.  Mittie adored her church family at First Baptist Church of Robbins; they were a special part of her life. Mittie was a loving daughter, mother, grandmother and great grandmother.  She never met a stranger, therefore, she had friends near and far that she phoned often.

 

Beside her parents she was preceded in death by beloved husband, Harvey Nall, Sr.; brothers: Clifford Hayes, Walter Hayes, Claudie Hayes; sisters: Daphne Martindale, Beulah Jones, Lillie Kennedy. 

 

Mittie is survived by children: Harvey Nall, Jr. and wife Betty Lou, of Asheboro, Shirley Nall Trotter and husband Lonnie, of Asheboro, Peggy Scott and husband David, of Robbins, Harold Mack “Apple” Nall and wife Faye, of Benson, Margaret Nall Staley, of Biscoe; grandchildren: JT Nall and wife Gabby, Harold Mack Nall, Jr., Dennis Nall and wife Dana, Larry Garner and wife Louisa, Jeffery Garner and wife Wendy, Steve Garner and wife Kim, Andy Scott and wife Jennifer, Dan Scott and wife Laura, Karen Brown and husband Mike, Angela Boles, Jennifer Hussey;  25 great grandchildren; 4 great great grandchildren; many nieces, nephews and friends.

 

Private services will be held 10:00 AM, Thursday, August 27, 2020 at  Robbins First Baptist Church, with Reverend Arnold Comer and Reverend Kenneth McNeill officiating.   Burial will follow at Center United Methodist Church Cemetery, Sanford, NC.

 

The body will lie in state from 2 to 6 PM, Wednesday, August 26, 2020 at Kennedy Funeral Home.  Due to COVID restrictions no formal visitation is planned.

 

In lieu of flowers, a memorial may be made to Robbins First Baptist Church, P O Box 400, Robbins, NC 27325  or FirstHealth Hospice, 15 Applecross Road, Pinehurst, NC.

 

Condolences may be made to www.pinesfunerals.com

 

Kennedy Funeral Home is serving the Nall family.

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  1. So very sorry to hear of Aunt Mittie’s passing. Praying for comfort and understanding. May God comfort as only he can.

  2. Our prayers are with Mittie’s family. We loved Mittie very much. We enjoyed the times we spent with her on the phone and the meals we had with her, David and Peggy and Dexter and Bobbie Freeman. The last meal was at David and Peggy’s house in January of this year. We had a good visit but her health was failing but her mind was as good as ever. David and Peggy and Dexter and Bobbie rest assured Linda and I enjoyed the food and the fellowship we had during our times together.
    May the Lord give Mittie’s family and friends comfort during this time of sadness. May you too rejoice knowing that Mittie’s suffering is over down here and she is able to breathe and talk without any difficulty!!
    With love and concern for you all!!!

    Paul and Linda Horner

  3. I was so sorry to hear of Aunt Mittie’s passing. I will forever hold dear the memories from my childhood of the days spent at Aunt Mittie’s house! Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time!

  4. I will certainly miss Mittie. Her phone calls, advice, her fried apple pies and much more. She was a sweet lady that was always willing to help in any way she could. Mittie gave me much comfort when my mother died. I cannot say enough about her. Yes, I will truly miss Mittie.
    Prayers for the family.

  5. Peggy ,David and family. We are sorry for the loss of your mother. Our prayers are with you today. Love Jean Boone and Bradie Taylor.

  6. So sorry for your loss ! Mittie was a wonderful woman!! Riding to work with me was a pleasure. We’d laugh and tell all kinds of stories. She will truly be missed. Prayers to all that knew her.

    • We were so very sorry to hear of Aunt Mittie’s passing and have been lifting the family up in our prayers. Your family has been dear to us through the years and we regret not being able to celebrate Mittie’s life with you. We will always cherish the sweet memories made with your family. Hopefully we will be able to see you soon but until then we will pray for peace and comfort in the days ahead. We love you all.

  7. Praying for all the family to feel God’s peace and comfort during this difficult time! Dennis and Dana, hugs and love! Grandmas are so special and y’all are so blessed to have her for so long. Continued prayers for you guys ♥️ Love Stewart and Jane Hardy and our guyz

  8. Mitte was a sweet lady, who loved her family, neighbors and church family unconditionally. She will truly be missed by all that knew her, but she will never be forgotten. She is celebrating in heaven with Jesus and all her family and friends that have gone on before her. One day when it is our time to leave this place, I am sure Mittie will be waiting to meet us with a hug and one of her sweet smiles. Thanks for all you did for me and my family over the years my sweet Mittie. I love you and will miss you.

    Sending prayers for God to wrap His loving arms around each of her family members.

  9. I remember Mrs Nall always friendly and spoke often when I would go home to CUMC, my condolences and prayers to the family.

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