Pauline Taylor Fields, age 87 of Carthage died Friday (January 13, 2017) at Peak Resource Pinelake.

 

Funeral services will be 2:00 PM Monday at Community Friends Church conducted by the Rev. Kenneth McNeill, Rev. Robert Kidd and Pastor John Stinnett. Burial will follow in Cool Springs United Methodist Church Cemetery in Glendon.

 

A native of Surry County she was a daughter of the late Jobe C. Taylor and Blanche Hawks Taylor. She was preceded in death by her husband Walter I. Fields; brothers Jobe C. Taylor, Jr., Ray Taylor and James Taylor.

 

Pauline was the founder and owner of Mama’s Kitchen in Vass for over 30 years and was known by many as Mama or Nanny. She always enjoyed cooking for friends and family and had a deep love for all those she knew.

 

She is survived by: daughters Dale F. Marsh, Dawn F. Cheek, Marie Stinnett and husband John; sons Walter I. Fields, Jr. and wife Cathy, Jimmy Fields and wife Sharon Rose, Hank Fields, Ronald A. Fields and wife Renee; brothers Arles Taylor and wife Bradie, Billy Taylor and wife Annette all of Carthage; 18 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews; sisters-in-law Lorraine Williams of Robbins, Imogene Fields of Stokesdale, Dorothy Taylor, Robbie Taylor, Louvene Fields, Dora Ann Maness all of Carthage.  

 

The family will receive friends at Fry & Prickett Funeral Home from 6:00 - 8:00 PM Sunday and other times at the home.

 

Condolences: PinesFunerals.com

   

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  1. Miss Pauline was a wonderful lady and I have many fond memories of her as I served Cool Springs U/M.C. several years ago. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family as the mourn the loss of a mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and an amazing woman.

  2. Ronnie,Marie and family,

    Am so sorry to hear about your beautiful Mom, I first met her many years ago at Mama’s Kitchen. Such a sweet sweet lady! My prayers for all of you in this sad time.

    Sincerely,

    Pat Taylor

  3. Ronnie and Renee; so sorry for your great loss. Many prayers for peace, comfort, healing and understanding sent to you both, along with much love!!

    Janine Williamson

  4. DAWN I AM SO SORRY ABOUT YOUR MOM. I LOVED HER TOO ATER ALL THESE YEARS OF KNOWING HER. I KNOW YOU WILL MISS HER BUT ALWAYS REMEMBER SINCE I WENT THRU THE SAME THING, SHE IS NOW IN A BETTER PLACE.

    LOVE YOU DAWN

  5. To Mrs. Fields family,

    Eddie and I are so sorry to hear of her passing. We hope all the good memories bring you peace and comfort.

    Sympathy and Prayers,

    Eddie and Vetres Livengood

  6. Dear Dale and Family,

    I am so sorry for the loss of your beloved mother. I love that picture of her that you have posted with her story, it is beautiful and it is as though she is thinking of heaven with her hands folded and her eyes looking off int

  7. Hearing about the death of Pauline has left a hole in my heart. Her generousity went far

    beyond belief. Growing up she always played a part in my life. If there is one trait we should

    have in life it is kindness. When God passed it out, He gav

  8. Aunt Pauline was devoted to her family. She welcomed us all with a smile and hug. Her beauty shone from her generous, loving spirit and we are blessed to have known her. Rest In Peace, Aunt Pauline, and know that you are loved by your precious children, g

  9. Sharon, Jimmy, Kelly Jo, and the family. I remember taking Sherri and Joey there when they were young and Pauline was always there at the register. Such a sweet lady. You all are in our prayers.

    Love,

    Jeanette, Sherri, and Joey Sellars

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