CARTHAGE
Vera Mae Arnold Fields age 87 formerly of Carthage, died Thursday at the Penick Village in Southern Pines.
A funeral service will be 2:00 PM Tuesday at Priest Hill Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Mike Herring officiating. Burial will follow at the church cemetery.
A native of Harnett County she was the daughter of the late John G. Arnold and Nettie Jane Collins Arnold. She spent her life as mother and homemaker as well as serving as working for many years with the Moore County Sheriff's Department and was a member of the Home Demonstration Club. She was preceded in death by her husband Norman Fields who died in 1984; son Phillip Fields; step-daughter Virginia Saunders.
She is survived by: daughters Norma Conoly of Carthage, Linda Taylor of Pinehurst; sons Norman 'Bud' Fields of Carthage, Charles Fields and wife Valerie of Kernersville; grandchildren James and Mark Taylor, Leah and Kim Colwell and Torie Jones; seven great grandchildren.
The family will receive friends from 6:00 - 8:00 PM on Monday at Fry and Prickett Funeral Home and other times at the residence of Torie and Cory Jones, 1576 Old Glendon Road, Carthage.
Memorials may be made to: Priest Hill Presbyterian Church, P.O. Box 176, Carthage, NC 28327.
Online condolences may be made at www.pinesfunerals.com.

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  1. To all of the family: Vera was a wonderful lady and somebody I am so glad I had the chance to know when I was growing up in Carthage with all of you. My love to all of you.

  2. Charlie, Val, and the Fields family, Our prayers are with all of you. Your mama was a beautiful person. She will be missed by many. St. John,14: 1-3
    Thomas and Eva Shepard.

  3. Dearest Charlie & Val,
    We are so sorry for your loss. Every passing life leaves something beautiful behind. May the sympathy of those who care make the sorrow of your hearts less difficult to bear. You both are in our thoughts and prayers.
    L

  4. Linda, Norma our blessings and thoughts are with you during this time. Your mother was a wonderful, loving person and raised a wonderful group of childred.

  5. Vera was a dear friend of Jessie Pearl Tyner and her family in memory of Jessie Pearl Tyner and Brenda Tyner Cummings and all her family are in our thoughts and prayers.

  6. Linda, Norma, and other family members, I was so sorry to read about the passing of your mother. She was a wonderful lady. I could tell that when I would see her while visting your Aunt Lois and my Dad over on Young’s Road before the two of them passed aw

  7. VERA MAE
    time is dragging by slowly but at this point i want it to stop so my grandma can stay with us in this world;
    she lays in a hospital recovering from a stroke; the elders in my family are stalwart sentinels, staying by her side in shi

  8. VERA MAE
    time is dragging by slowly but at this point i want it to stop so my grandma can stay with us in this world;
    she lays in a hospital recovering from a stroke; the elders in my family are stalwart sentinels, staying by her side in shi

  9. VERA MAE
    time is dragging by slowly but at this point i want it to stop so my grandma can stay with us in this world;
    she lays in a hospital recovering from a stroke; the elders in my family are stalwart sentinels, staying by her side in shift

  10. time is dragging by slowly but at this point i want it to stop so my grandma can stay with us in this world;
    she lays in a hospital recovering from a stroke; the elders in my family are stalwart sentinels, staying by her side in shifts,
    juggli

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