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Aulander, North Carolina Funeral Homes
Commerce St
Aulander, North Carolina 27805
(252) 345-1818
806 Commerce St
Aulander, North Carolina 27805
(252) 345-6575
Aulander, North Carolina Obituaries and News
GOSPEL SINGER Thought His Dirty Secret Was Safe, Years Later His World Comes Crashing Down [VIDEO] February 15, 2017

When Harold Lee Massey showed up to church at Littleton, North Carolina, he never expected to be taken away ... The company has locations in Roanoke Rapids, Jackson, and Aulander. While many businesses have come out to blast President Trump, Under Armour ... (threepercenternation.com)

Betty Erdman February 14, 2017

DU QUOIN — Betty Lou Erdman died on Feb. 12, 2017, from injuries sustained in a car accident Feb. 2, 2017, in Supply, North Carolina. She was born March 30, 1929, in Du Quoin. She married George Rupert Jr. on June 21, 1947, and remarried Marvin Glenn ... (The Southern)

Business Owner, Police: Forklift Death An Accident February 15, 2017

“We determined it was an accident and we have turned it over to the North Carolina Department of Labor and OSHA ... Mr. Tripp was engaged to be married, according to his obituary. In addition to his financeé, Kammeron Johnson, he is surivved by ... (My Daily Record)

Obituaries for February 15 February 14, 2017

She had a sweet and humble spirit. Her memory will be cherished by her faithful and devoted son, Joe Paul Palmer of the home; a devoted brother, Clyde Wiggins (Mary) of Washington, North Carolina, who got to spend his birthday with her in October 2016. (Sanford Herald)

Weld County Tributes for Feb. 15 February 14, 2017

Friends may view the online obituary and send condolences at http ... To this union were born four children, Joseph III, Heidi, DeeDee and Patty. The family moved to North Carolina in 1981, Loveland in 1993 and settled in Johnstown in 1995. (The Tribune)