April 11, 2013

Apr. 11, 2013 @ 01:08 PM

Caroleen Burt
DURHAM - Ms. Caroleen Burt, 62, of 922 Spruce Pine Trail, died Sunday, April 7, 2013. Her service will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, at Mt. Gilead Missionary Baptist Church, 3512 Pleasant Green Rd, 27705. The family will receive friends from 12-1 p.m. at the church on Saturday one hour prior to the service.
Ms Burt is survived by her daughter, Sharikia Burt; and her brother, Rev. Gene E. Burt. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Mt Gilead Missionary Baptist Church.
Arrangements by Burthey Funeral Service.

Marion Louise Parker Chavis
DURHAM - Marion Louise Parker Chavis, age 87, died at Hock Family Pavilion on Monday. Mrs. Chavis was a member of the Hillside High class of 1943.
A Memorial Service will be held on Friday 11 a.m. at Union Baptist Church. The family will receive friends 1/2 hour before the service at the church. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Ellis D Jones & Sons Funeral Directors. Condolences can be sent to www.ellisdjones.com.

Bonnie Brunk Hillerbrand
DURHAM - Bonnie Brunk Hillerbrand died Monday, April 1, 2013 at age 78.
A memorial service will be held at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 1200 W. Cornwallis Rd, Friday, April 12th, at 11 a.m. For those interested, Holy Communion will be celebrated at 9:30 a.m. Following the memorial service, attendees are invited to lunch and a time of remembrance.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Mennonite Disaster Service, 583 Airport Rd., Lititz, PA 17543.

Anne-Marie Laplante Hobin
DURHAM - Anne-Marie Laplante Hobin, 76, of Durham, passed away Tuesday April 9, 2013 after a period of declining health.
Anne-Marie was born in Salem, Massachusetts to Aurele and Laura Laplante on February 7, 1937. The youngest of eight children, she attended high school at St Joseph’s Çatholic High School and graduated in 1954. In 1955, her brother, Phil, introduced her to her future husband, Ray Hobin. They were married in 1956 and were together for 56 for years. Early in her career, she was a civil service employee in the various cities where her husband was stationed, both in the US and abroad. After raising her two children, she reentered the workforce at Duke University beginning in the psychology department. She also held positions in the office of the vice provost and retired as the assistant to the dean in the Graduate School of Economics in 2001.
Anne-Marie was a parishioner of Immaculate Conception Church in Durham for 42 years, where she volunteered in the church office.
Anne-Marie is preceded in death by her husband, Ray Hobin; and her siblings, Louis, Laurette, Therese, Leona, Jean-Paul, Philip, and Joseph.
Anne-Marie is survived by her daughter, Diana Hobin Shoaf and husband, Dr. James (Jim) Shoaf, of Durham, NC; son, LTC Patrick R. Hobin and wife, Alice Brinkley Hobin, of Fuquay Varina, NC; grandchildren, Michael, Karen, Hannah, Alexandra (Aleii) and Caroline and a host of nieces and nephews.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association or Duke Hospice.
A Mass of Christian burial will be offered 11 a.m. Friday, April 12, 2013 from Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 810 West Chapel Hill Street, Durham, NC 27701 with Fr. Bill McIntyre, OFM, presiding. The visitation will start one hour prior to the service. A rite of Christian burial will be on Monday, April 15 at 10 a.m. at Sandhills State Veterans Cemetery in Spring Lake, NC.
Arrangements for the Hobin family are under the care of Hall Wynne Funeral Service. Online condolences www.hallwynne.com.

Rosa Mae Williamson Small
DURHAM — Rosa Mae Williamson Small, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Sam Williamson, (deceased) was born in Clinton, North Carolina, October 5, 1939.  Rosa peacefully departed this life on Sunday, April 7th, 2013 at her home in Durham, North Carolina. 
She attended public schools in Clinton and upon graduation entered North Carolina Central University where she received a B.S. Degree in Business Education and Library Science in 1960. She subsequently earned a Master of Library Science at N.C.C.U.
Rosa was passionate about learning, teaching, professionalism, and community service. Following graduation, she commenced employment at the James E. Shephard Memorial Library. She held positions as a Librarian/Media Specialist in Chatham, Wake, and the Durham County Schools. For over a decade, she worked at Lowe’s Grove Elementary School and retired from Southwest Elementary in 1995. She was considered an innovative, supportive teacher and colleague. Rosa was received numerous awards and recognitions, including ‘Teacher of the Year” for Durham County.
She met William T. ‘Bill’ Small on the campus of NCCU when they were both freshmen. They were united in Holy Matrimony on December 23, 1960. 
Rosa is survived by her husband, “Bill” Small; two daughters, Sheila Fay (Clarence) Small Glover and Maria Jacqueline Small;  “daughters” Cecelia Pinson Hall and Gwynn T. Swinson; two grandsons, Stephon and Troy Miller; two sisters, Barbara Lula Fryar (Joseph), Mary Alice Watkins; one brother, Samuel Williamson (Mary); four brothers-in-law, Joseph L. Small (Thenia), Donald R. Small, Walter D. Small (Scarlett), Julius A. Small (Linda); one sister-in-law, Velma Small Hall; three aunts, Altheria Smith Patton and Bessie Smith Dozier (Richard), Irene Fullwood; one uncle, Willard Smith Jr. (Frannie); four godchildren, Akilah Ensley, Samuel Lee Jordan Jr., Audrey Jordan Wiggins, and Karen Jordan Jarrett. She is cherished by a plethora of loving family members and friends.
Union Baptist Church
Friday, April 12, 2013
1 p.m. visitation
2 p.m. service
(The Ivy Beyond the Wall Ceremony Will be held at 1 p.m.)
Union Baptist Church
904 North Roxboro Street,
Durham, NC, 27701, USA
Tel: 919.688.1304
Fax: 919-688-1389
Scarborough & Hargett Funeral Home
923 Old Fayetteville St #B
Durham, NC 27701
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the following:
The NCCU Foundation, Inc., PO Box 19363, Durham, NC 27707, designating the
William T. and Rosa W. Small Endowed Scholarship on the memo line
Online memorial contributions may be provided at
https://www.nccu.edu/donation/, including the William T. and Rosa W.
Small Endowed Scholarship Fund in the additional gift designation box.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Public Health
William Thomas Small Jr. and Rosa Williamson Small Scholarship
PO Box 309
Chapel Hill, NC 27514-0309
For online contributions: www.giving.unc.edu

Minister Maude McAdoo Rudd
BURLINGTON — Minister Maude McAdoo Rudd, 77, of 532 Baldwin Rd., died April 8, 2013 at Alamance Regional.
She was married to Deacon Ronald Rudd of the home and the daughter of Mr. Sander McAdoo and Mrs. Lucy Ray McAdoo, both deceased.
Survivors include her husband, Deacon Ronald Rudd of the home; five children, Bobby McAdoo and wife, Amy, of Graham, NC, Earl McAdoo and wife, Myra, of Efland, Ronnie “Jack” McAdoo and wife, Janet, of Norfolk, Va., Priscilla Hester and husband, Norman Jr., and Stella Faucette, all of Burlington, NC; two step-sons, Travis Rudd and wife, Jennifer, of Stanley, NC and Minister Todd Rudd and wife, Tangy, of Burlington, NC; 18 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; a brother, James McAdoo and wife, The Reverend Vernell McAdoo, of Efland, NC; a sister, Mary Corbett; and an aunt, Christine McAdoo.
Minister Rudd was preceded in death by her daughter, Sandra K. Faucette; and siblings, Sander H. McAdoo, Helen Faucette and Addie English.
Funeral Arrangements: Friday, April 12 at 2 p.m. at New Covenant Holy Church.
The family will receive visitors 30 minutes prior to the services. Other times, the family will receive visitors at the home.  There will be no public viewing.
Burial: North Lawn Cemetery
Email condolences may be sent to sharpefuneralhome.com.
Support and services are provided by Sharpe Funeral Home, Inc.

Annie Laurie Newsom Bugg
PITTSBORO — Annie Laurie Newsom Bugg, 97, passed away at her farm in Pittsboro, NC, on April 4, 2013. Daughter of the late Marion Eugene and Annie Laurie Long Newsom, she was born in Durham and was a long-time resident until she moved to the farm in Pittsboro in 1984.
She graduated from Durham High School in 1932, where she served as Student Council President and Editor-in-Chief of the school newspaper. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Duke University in 1936, and during her four years at Duke, she served as Class President for two years, President of the Women’s Student Government, and Co-Editor of the Duke Chronicle. At Duke, she was also a member of both the Order of the White Duchy and the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International.
Upon graduation from Duke, Annie Laurie married Dr. Everett Irving Bugg Jr. They lived in Baltimore while he completed his medical training, and then moved to Ft. Bragg and later Thomasville, GA, where Dr. Bugg served in the army hospital during WWII. She raised five children, and over her protestations, was named Durham Mother of the Year in 1955.
Annie Laurie actively participated in many civic activities in her community. She was the President of the PTA of Morehead School and the PTA of Carr Junior High School, President of the Durham Better Health Foundation, a member of the Durham School Board, Chair of the Durham United Fund Campaign, a member of the Board of Directors of both the Durham Child Guidance Center and the Council of Girl Scouts, Chair of the Durham United Nations Week Observance, and a Trustee of NC Central University – just to name a few. She dedicated her time and expertise to helping others and to building a strong community.
In her later years, Annie Laurie loved and was devoted to her Labrador retrievers. She bred, raised, trained and field-trialed her many dogs, and was active for many years in the Licensed Retriever Field Trials. Her passion for field trials prompted her move to the farm in Pittsboro. Even this year, she continued to reminisce about the field trial accomplishments of each and every dog.
Annie Laurie, affectionately known as Mun, was an accomplished woman who served as an extraordinary role model for everyone who had the good fortune to know her. Her many stories, practical perspective on life, and her positive and dogged outlook shaped many a family member and friend.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Everett Irving Bugg Jr.; and her son, Everett Irving Bugg III. Her life will be forever celebrated by her sons, Charles Edward Bugg (Bebe) of Birmingham, AL, and John Eugene Bugg (Sally) of Durham; her daughters, Annie Laurie Bugg Compton of Raleigh and Betsy Bugg Malone (Gayle) of Nashville, TN; her daughter-in-law, Mary Clyde Wade Bugg of Durham; two brothers, John Newsom of Lawrence, KS, and Ned Newsom of Durham; her 12 grandchildren; her 18 great-grandchildren, and her many nieces and nephews. 
The family extends their profound gratitude to their mother’s dearest friend and dedicated caretaker, Pauline Dunn. 
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 13, at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, followed by a visitation with family and a reception at 12:00 at Hope Valley Country Club. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Stephen’s Memorial Gardens Fund at 82 Kimberly Drive, Durham, NC, 27707, or to a charity of your choice.
The Bugg family is under the care of Howerton & Bryan Funeral Home. Online condolences may be submitted at www.howertonbryan.com, select obituaries.

Basel E. "Scoot" Sellars Jr.
CHAPEL HILL - Basel Jr., 68, died at UNC Hospital on April 9, 2013 after a brief illness.
He is survived by his mother, Lucille Sellars; his sister, Addie Sellars-Laws; his loving children and the love of his life, Phyllis Bland.
Funeral services will be held on Friday, April 12 at 2 p.m. at Hamlet Chapel CME Church, Pittsboro, NC.
The family will receive friends one hour before service at the church.
Arrangements entrusted to Jones Funeral Home, Chapel Hill, NC.

Dr. Landrum Sylvanius Tucker
CHAPEL HILL— Dr. Landrum Sylvanius Tucker, 73, died April 8, 2013, at Duke Hospice in Durham, NC, just 6 short weeks after finding out he had cancer. Lanny was born on December 7, 1939, in Nashville, TN, the son of Landrum and Helen Tucker of Ripley, TN.   He was raised in Ripley, TN, joining the Army at age 17 (6 months active service, 6 years reserves). He graduated from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville in 1961 where he met the love of his life and future wife, Ellie Muenzer in February, 1960 (they would elope 6 months later in August). He then graduated from Stanford Medical School in 1966. While at Stanford, Lisa Stellen Tucker was born in 1962 (predeceasing Lanny on February 22, 1981) and Lara Revin Tucker Cottrell was born in 1965 (predeceasing Lanny on May 14, 2011). Lanny also completed his medical internship at Stanford. During his medical internship, he joined the Air Force (became a Captain) and was stationed at the U.S. Air Force base in Alconbury, England (near Cambridge) until 1970. Sasha Michelle Tucker Gallis was born in 1969 at the U.S Air Force base. Lanny then came to Chapel Hill, NC to do his residency at the University of North Carolina Memorial Hospital in adult and child psychiatry (becoming chief resident).   Landrum “Scott” Tucker was born in 1975 in Chapel Hill. Upon completion of his residency, he ran the child in-patient ward at the Hospital for several years before going into private practice with offices located in both Chapel Hill and Raleigh. He continued practicing until very shortly before his death.
During the course of his career as an Adult and Child Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst, Lanny earned a vast array of professional achievements and accolades, as well as being very active in his professional field. Some of his many, many accomplishments and work outside his private practice include (in no particular order): Adjunct Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill; Training and Supervising Analyst for the UNC-Duke Psychoanalytic Institute (now renamed as the Psychoanalytic Institute of the Carolinas, a training program of the Psychoanalytic Education Center of the Carolinas (PECC)); Chair of the Child and Adolescent Analysis Committee of the PECC; Highly respected teacher of multiple courses in the Psychoanalytic Institute of the Carolinas, as well as a mentor for junior colleagues considering becoming Training and Supervising Analysts; Chairman of the Graduation Committee of the Psychoanalytic Institute of the Carolinas; President of the NC Psychoanalytic Society; served on the Committee on Child and Adolescent Psychoanalysis, Committee of Certification for analysts seeking certification, and Committee on Institutes responsible for accreditation of Institutes of the American Psychoanalytic Association; Board Member of both the Lucy Daniels Foundation and the Lucy Daniels Center for Early Childhood, and participant in a psychoanalytic research program sponsored by the Lucy Daniels Foundation; Member of the American Psychiatric and Psychoanalytic Association, Association for Child Psychoanalysis, International Psychoanalytic Association, American Academy of Child Psychiatry, Southern Psychiatric Association, NC Psychoanalytic Society and Foundation, and the NC Psychiatric Association; various awards including Distinguished Life Fellow APA, Fellow AACAP, and Patients’ Choice Award (2008-2011); numerous certifications and dozens of publications and presentations.
Lanny was also an accomplished artist. At age 15, he began taking art courses, and through the following years not only built on his art education, but worked drawing silhouettes, as a newspaper cartoonist, and on stage productions. At Stanford from 1961-1967, he took life drawing and painting and won first prize in the drawing portion of the Medical School art exhibit.  While in England, his work was accepted for exhibition at the national exhibition in London in 1969. In North Carolina he has exhibited at the State Fair Exhibition. His drawings and paintings are in private collections in California, New York, England, Germany, Canada, Virginia, Tennessee, Alabama and North Carolina. Recently, he enjoyed doing watercolors, pen and ink drawings, and pastels of the coastal scenes of North Carolina, the North Carolina mountains, and the islands of the Caribbean. His artwork has been on display for many years at Carolina Artists Studio Gallery located in Morehead City, NC.
Lanny dedicated his life to his family and his profession (as well as being an avid Tar Heels fan).  He touched deeply and indelibly countless friends, colleagues, students, patients and loved ones with his boundless capacity for love and understanding, incredible empathy and sensitivity, inspirational wisdom, hilarious humor, peerless professionalism, heart-warming gentleness, amazing selflessness, calming serenity, and altruistic nature. 
In addition to his beloved wife, Ellie Tucker; daughter, Sasha Gallis; and son, Scott Tucker. Lanny is survived by his sons-in-law, Jason Cottrell and Alex Gallis; daughter-in-law, Allyson Suhendra; granddaughters, Laja Quinn Cottrell, age 14, Lisa “Taylor” Gallis, age 13, Savannah Hope Gallis, age 9;, and grandsons, Logan Macgregor Cottrell, age 9, Vail Kai Tucker, age 2, and Revin Ming Tucker, age 1.
Donations in his memory may be made to the Lisa Tucker Memorial Scholarship at Appalachian State University, the Lucy Daniels Center for Early Childhood, or the North Carolina Psychoanalytic Foundation.
The wake is going to be held at Walker’s Funeral Home, 120 W. Franklin St., Chapel Hill, telephone (919) 942-3861 from 6-8 p.m. on April 13th. Due to scheduling limitations at the church, his family will be holding the burial on April 14th at 4 p.m. at the Chapel Hill Memorial Cemetery, which is located between Fordham Blvd. (US-15-501 Business) and Legion Road. The church service will be held after the burial at 6 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Community Church, 106 Purefoy Rd, Chapel Hill.

Katherine "Kappy" McGranahan Holditch
LITTLE RIVER, SC — Ms. Katherine "Kappy" McGranahan Holditch, 91, died April 8, 2013 in Little River.
She was born on July 9, 1921 in Durham, NC; the daughter of William Scott and Annie Lee Evans McGranahan.
Kappy is survived by daughters, Mary Virginia "Jenny" Wesson and Carolyn Trickey; a sister, Julia M. Wimbish; a brother, William Scott McGranahan Jr.; three grandchildren, Jeffrey and Scott Wesson and Kathryn Trickey.
Kappy was graduated from Durham High School, and attended Duke University; she worked for Wright Machinery Company for 25 years before moving to Atlanta Georgia to do advertising. She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church in North Myrtle Beach, the Possumetts at Possum Trot Golf Course; she loved her family, her dogs, and golf.
A funeral service will be 12 noon today, April 11, 2013 at Trinity United Methodist Church in North Myrtle Beach, with burial following at 12 noon Friday, April 12, 2013 in Maplewood Cemetery in Durham, NC.
In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Trinity United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 373, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29597.
A message of condolence may be sent to lfhome@sccoast.net
Lee Funeral Home & Crematory of Little River/North Myrtle Beach is serving the Holditch Family.

Elsie Broocks Markham
WILMINGTON - Elsie Broocks Markham died Tuesday in Wilmington at the age of 92. She was born in Danville, VA to Thomas Albert Broocks and Elsie Edmunds Broocks, and lived in Chase City, VA until 1926 when the family moved to Durham. Mrs. Markham attended Morehead Elementary School, Julian S. Carr Jr. High School and graduated from Durham High School in 1938 serving as the May Queen her senior year. She graduated from St. Mary's Junior College in 1940 where she was a member of the May court.
Mrs. Markham was a homemaker, was active in the Durham community and for over 60 years was a member of St. Philips Episcopal Church. She served St. Philips many years on the Altar Guild and the Woman's Auxiliary and was president of the Episcopal Churchwomen. She was also a member of the Durham Junior League and volunteered weekly for many years at Oldham Towers assisting senior citizens.  She became a member of St. Andrews-by-the-Sound Episcopal Church after moving to Wilmington in 1998.
Mrs. Markham was predeceased by her husband, John Edward Markham, a Durham attorney; by her parents and sisters, Mary Powers Broocks Skinner and Lucy Broocks Adams. She is survived by her children, John E. Markham, Jr. and wife, Sally Buie Markham of Durham, Elsie Broocks Markham Kale and husband, James Edward Kale III, of Charlotte and Samuel Powers Markham of Wilmington and by a longtime family friend, Jimmy L. Taylor of Wilmington.   Also surviving are her five grandchildren, John E. Markham, III and wife, Jennifer Burlington Markham, of Raleigh, Charles Buie Markham of Durham, Thomas Broocks Markham of Arlington, VA., J. Edward Kale IV and Virginia Kale Shaw and husband, Charles Alderman Shaw, of Charlotte; four great grandchildren, John E. Markham IV and William Anderson Markham of Raleigh, and Lucy Alderman Shaw and Mary Charles Shaw of Charlotte, and numerous nieces and nephews.
A graveside service will be held 1 p.m. Saturday in Old Maplewood Cemetery, with Episcopal Deacon Sarah Wilson Woodard officiating, assisted by the Rev. Albert Nelius. Memorials may be made to the Durham Rescue Mission. Arrangements are with Hall-Wynne Funeral Service.

Carolyn Burchette Neely
WARRENTON, NC — Carolyn Burchette Neely, 69, a longtime resident of Durham, NC and former Duke Medical Center employee, departed this life Sunday, April 7th, 2013.
She is survived by her mother, Ethel Harris; her sister, Annette Silver; and brother, Milo Jones, all of Warrenton, N.C.  Carolyn's children, Deborah McQueen of Durham and Gerald Neely of New Orleans, La. Her grand children include David McQueen, Samyiah McQueen, Daisalyn Neely, Alexis Neely; and a host of nieces and nephews.
Service will be held at the Cooks Chapel Baptist Church, 219 Cooks Chapel Rd., Warrenton, N.C. 27589 Saturday, April 13th at 2:30 p.m. Viewing will be held one hour before.
Funeral Services conducted by Boyd's Funeral Services 149 Holland Bland Rd. Warrenton, N.C. 27589.