Miscellaneous Carteret County, North Carolina Obituaries

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Willis
Johnny B. Willis, 57, of Emerald Isle died Sunday at Carteret General Hospital. 
Services were today (Wednesday) at Munden Funeral Home in Morehead City with the Rev. Clay Olson officiating. Burial followed at Seaside Memorial Park in Swansboro. 
He retired from the Air Force after 23 years of service and from Civil Service at Cherry Point after 10 years. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. 
Survivors include his wife, Diana D. Willis of Emerald Isle; two sons, Douglass Earl Willis of Goldsboro and John Scott Willis of Kinston; his mother, Irene Nelson Dixon of Emerald Isle; his father, Earl D. Dixon of Emerald Isle; and three grandchildren. 
January 17, 2001 

Tripp
Robert Edward Tripp, 85, of Dunn died Saturday at Sunnybrook Health Care in Raleigh. 
He was the father of Edith Holcomb of Swansboro. 
Services were Tuesday at Lee's Grove Pentecostal Free Will Baptist Church with the Revs. Randy Beasley and Hubert Morgan officiating. Burial followed at Devotional Gardens. 
He was a graduate of Dunn High School and a U.S. Army National Guard Veteran. He was also a retired farmer and a retired employee of Burlington Industries. 
Other survivors include his wife, Vennie Moore Tripp of the home; a son, Charles E. Tripp of Coats; three other daughters, Gerry Hicks of Pine Knoll Shores, Delores Teel of Raleigh and Pam Stoops of Dunn; two brothers, Moses Tripp Jr. of Dunn and Leonard Tripp of Shoals, Ind.; a sister, Jessie Tripp of Dunn; 14 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren. 
Memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer's Association, 208 Oberlin Road, Suite 208, Raleigh, N.C. 27605. 
January 17, 2001 

Ennett
Andrew Dulaney Ennett Jr., 81, of Cedar Point died Friday at his home. 
Services were Monday at Swansboro United Methodist Church with the Rev. Ray Broadwell officiating. Burial followed at the Ennett Family Cemetery in Cedar Point. 
Mr. Ennett was born in Morehead City on April 3, 1919. A graduate of North Carolina State College with a degree in Aeronautical Engineering, during World War II he worked for Grumman Aircraft Corporation on Long Island, N.Y. He subsequently returned to Swansboro and began working at Cherry Point. He retired several years ago as the Superintendent of Engineering at the Naval Air Rework Facility in Cherry Point. 
He was a member of the Swansboro Town Board of Commissioners for more than 20 years and a founder and original member of the Cedar Point Town Board of Commissioners. He was an active member of the Swansboro United Methodist Church and had served on various administrative boards. He previously served on the Board of Directors for First Citizens Bank and Trust Company in Swansboro and Onslow County Airport Commission. 
Mr. Ennett was preceded in death by his father, Andrew D. Ennett Sr., his mother, Pearl Langdale Ennett, and two brothers, Bill Ennett and Tommy Ennett. 
Survivors include his wife, Lucy R. Ennett of the home; a son, Andy Ennett and his wife, Jeannie of Swansboro; a daughter, Andrea Wilmoth and her husband, Randy of Cedar Point; a sister, Margaret Hurst of Swansboro; and two grandchildren; Ryan Wilmoth and Alison Ennett. 
January 17, 2001 

Jones
Johnnie W. Jones, 49, of Pollocksville died Thursday at Craven Regional Medical Center in New Bern. 
He was the father of Milton R. Jones of Swansboro. 
Services were Sunday at Maysville-Kahlert Funeral Home in Maysville with the Rev. Diane Watson officiating. Interment followed at the Jones Family Cemetery in Pollocksville. 
He was a lifelong resident of Pollocksville and a retired route salesman for Franklin Bakery. 
Other survivors include his mother, Lela O. Jones of Maysville; two other sons, Johnnie W. Jones Jr. of Jacksonville and David G. Jones of Cove City; three sisters, Linda Bright of Newport, Faye Combs of Snow Hill and Penny J. Bryan of Pollocksville; and three grandchildren. 
January 17, 2001

Davis
William Anderson "Junior" Davis Jr., 75, of Rose Hill died Jan. 9 at Mary Gran Nursing Center. 
He was the brother of Peggy Lee-Handley of Hubert. 
Services were Friday at Evergreen Baptist Church with the Revs. Billy Todd and Duane Caldwell officiating. Burial followed at the church cemetery. 
He was a member of Evergreen Baptist Church and a transport driver with Mental Health. 
Other survivors include two daughters, Laura Sue Lowry of Pembroke and Carolyn Shannon of Laurens, S.C.; a son, David Daniel Davis of Delway; another sister, Helen Sutton of Indianapolis; a brother, Franklin D. "Bill" Davis of Rose Hill; five grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. 
Memorial donations may be made to the Evergreen Baptist Church, 63 E. Magnolia-Lisbon Road, Rose Hill, N.C. 28458. 
January 17, 2001

Figaro
Alice D. Figaro, 64, of Swansboro died Jan. 9 at Carteret General Hospital. 
Services were Monday at St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church in Long Branch, N.J. 
Survivors include her husband, William S. Figaro of Swansboro; two sons, William B. Figaro of Salem, Va., and Scott D. Figaro of New Bern; two brothers, William Haskins of Brick Town, N.J., and John Haskins of Asbury Park, N.J.; two sisters, Rita Murphy of Brick Town and Trudy Sintic of Oakhurst, N.J.; and eight grandchildren. 
Memorial donations may be made to Quad Care ... Providing a Better Living for Quadriplegics, 4502 U.S. 17 South, New Bern, N.C. 28562. 
January 17, 2001

Lasco
Antoinette Irene Lasco, 58, of Jacksonville died Jan. 9 at Onslow Memorial Hospital. 
She was the mother of Randy Johnson of Hubert. 
Services were Friday at Jones Funeral Home in Jacksonville. 
Other survivors include her husband, Stanley Beattie of the home; two daughters, Wanda Daniels of Denison, Texas, and April Daniels of Sherman, Texas; a brother, Marvin Daniels of Michigan; three sisters, Sylvia Vanwickel of Richlands, Josephine LaJeunesse of Norfolk, Va., and Sandra Potter of Michigan; and five grandchildren. 
January 17, 2001

Moss
William C. Moss Sr., 84, of Emerald Isle died Jan. 9 at Carteret General Hospital in Morehead City. 
A memorial service took place Thursday at Emerald Isle Chapel by the Sea. 
A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He owned and operated Moss' Ladies Shop. He was a member of First Christian Church and Elks BPOE in Wilson and served on the Arts Council in Wilson. 
Survivors include his wife, Jean Moore Moss of Emerald Isle; a daughter, Margaret Moss Boles of Greenville; two sons, William Cobb Moss JR. of Beaufort and Benjamin B. Moss of Cape Carteret; and two grandchildren. 
Memorial donations may be made to Friends of the Western Carteret Library, P.O. Box 5090, Emerald Isle, N.C. 28594.
January 17, 2001

Stephen and Jonathan Mehan; service was private 
Infant twins Stephen Reid Mehan and Jonathan Henry Mehan of Newport, died Sunday at Carteret General Hospital. 
A private family service was held Tuesday at Gethsemane Memorial Park with the Rev. David Banks officiating. 
The children are survived by their parents, Mark and Mary Ann Mehan; maternal grandmother, Mary Adams of Broad Creek; and paternal grandparents, Harold and Carol Mehan of Newport. 
Arrangements were by Munden Funeral Home and Crematory Inc. of Morehead City. 
Apr 09, 2001

Eleanor Alice Hinds, 72; service will be Monday 
Eleanor Alice Hinds, 72, of Newport, died Wednesday at Carteret General Hospital. 
Her funeral will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Jones Funeral Home Chapel, Swansboro, with the Rev. Donald Baribeau officiating. Burial will follow in Seaside Memorial Park. 
Mrs. Hinds is survived by her husband, Albert Hinds; a daughter, Jean Kaufmann and husband, Pete, of Freehold, N.J.; four stepdaughters, Louise Hinds of Cleveland, Ohio, Eva Hinds of Toms River, N.J., June Hinds of Colorado and Joyce Hinds of Union City,<cr>Calif.; a sister, Tess Humphres of Sheffield, Ala.; a brother, George Petrusky of Matawan, N.J.; 23 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. 
The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at Jones Funeral Home of Swansboro. 
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1114 Magnolia St., Greensboro, N.C. 27401. 
Apr 09, 2001

Zukowski 
Minda Zukowski, 51, of Emerald Isle died Tuesday at Carteret General Hospital. 
Services will take place Friday at 3 p.m. at Jones Funeral Home in Swansboro with the Rev. Walter Conger officiating. Burial will follow at Seaside Memorial park in Swansboro. 
She was an assembler at MSA in Jacksonville. 
Survivors include her husband, Phil Zukowski of the home; and a son, Anthony "A.J." Roberts of Loveland, Colo. 
The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. 
Jun 24, 2001 

Beasley 
Robert Eugene Beasley of Swansboro was promoted to heaven on Monday, June 18, 2001. he was born on April 5, 1933. 
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Mary Lewis Beasley; his parents, Walter and Bessie Beasley; two brothers, Charles and Buddy Beasley; and one sister, Sarah Sparks. 
He is survived by his wife, Martha Estelle Trott Beasley; four daughters, Mary Ann Beasley Thiems of Flovilla, Ga., and Brenda Trott Long, Phyllis Trott Gray and Pamela Trott Morton, all of Swansboro; a son, the Rev. Tony Trott of Sumter, S.C.; three brothers, Scott Beasley of Greenville, C.W. Beasley of Radford, and June Beasley of High Point; a sister, Erma Johnson of Fayetteville; 14 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. 
He was an "adopted Grandfather" to many children. 
He was a beloved friend, a devoted and loving husband and father, a dedicated Christian who had a passion for the lost souls of men and women. 
Retired from the U.S. Army, he was a veteran of Korea and Vietnam. He was awarded the Purple Heart and numerous other medals and citations. 
He served as a faithful deacon at First Free Will Baptist Church and was a member of the Gideons International, Jacksonville Camp 
The homecoming celebration will be today (Wednesday) at 2 p.m. at First Free Will Baptist Church in Hubert with the Rev. Rudolph Outlaw officiating, assisted by the Rev. Tony Trott. Burial with full military honors will follow at Dogwood Cemetery in Maysville. 
Memorial donations may be made to the Building Fund at First Free Will Baptist Church, 207 Queens Road, Hubert, N.C. 28539 and/or Gideons International, P.O. Box 7134, Jacksonville, N.C. 28540. 
Arrangements were by Jones Funeral Home in Swansboro. 
Jun 24, 2001

Daughtry 
Jannery Riggs Daughtry, 66, of Jacksonville died Friday at Lenoir Memorial Hospital in Kinston. 
She was the mother of Ashley Riggs, Sherrell Riggs, Travis Riggs and Reginald Riggs, all of Hubert. 
Services were Tuesday at Piney Grove Baptist Church with the Rev. William Ray Davis officiating. Burial followed at Pine Grove Cemetery. 
Other survivors include a daughter, Wanda Gail Rosdahl of Jacksonville; her mother, Ethel Riggs Pittman of Jacksonville; a sister, Carol King of Emerald Isle; four other brothers, Franklin Riggs of Maysville, O'Neil Riggs of Morehead City, Ted Riggs of Wilmington and Gene Riggs of Sea Gate; and one grandchild. 
Jun 24, 2001

Zahn 
Frederick Zahn, 60, of Hubert died Friday at Camp Lejeune Naval Hospital. 
Services were Monday at Jones Funeral Home Chapel in Swansboro with the Rev. Donald Baribeau officiating. Burial followed at Seaside Memorial Park. 
Survivors include his wife, Loretta Zahn of the home; a daughter, Rondi Mucci of North Bergen, N.J.; three brothers, Joseph Zahn, Thomas Zahn and George Zahn, all of North Bergen; and two sisters, Chi-Chi DiCorcia and Lu-Lu Sckokandich, both of North Bergen. 
Jun 24, 2001

Ackerman
Roberta Lynn Trader-Ackerman, 37, of Jacksonville died Thursday at her home. 
She was the daughter or Robert W. and Barbara Trader of Swansboro. 
Services will take place Thursday at 1 p.m. at Church of God of Prophecy in Bogue with the Rev. Marvin Brisson Jr. officiating. Burial will follow at Seaside Memorial Park. 
Other survivors include her husband, Stephen G. Ackerman of Manilla, Philippines; two daughters, Sandy Ackerman and Amber Ackerman, both of Manilla, Philippines; four sons, Alex Ackerman of Cambridge, England, and Jason Ackerman, Christopher Ackerman and Sean Ackerman, all of Manilla; her mother, Lorraine G. Trader of Virginia Beach, Va.; four brothers, Robert W. Trader Jr. and David Trader, both of Virginia Beach, Charles e. Trader of Newport and James W. Trader of Swansboro; and one step-brother, William Borchers of Newport. 
Jun 24, 2001

Johnson
Ida Prince Johnson, 86, of Stella died Thursday at her home. 
A Mass of Christian burial was said Monday at St. Mildred Catholic Church with the Rev. Donald Baribeau officiating. Burial followed at Seaside Memorial Park. 
Survivors include two daughters, Margaret Martin of Texas and Georgia Brennan of Denver, Colo.; three sons, Eugene Dreves Sr., Allen Dreves and Joseph Johnson, all of Baltimore; a sister, Mary East of McCainsville, Md.; 25 grandchildren; and 26 great-grandchildren. 
Jun 24, 2001

Price
Carl Lee Price Sr., 68, of Morehead City died Thursday at Carteret General Hospital. 
He was the father of Cristy Reese of Cape Carteret. 
Services were Sunday at Core Creek United Methodist Church with the Rev. Robert R. Wagner officiating. Burial followed at Gethsemane Memorial Park. 
He was a retired contractor. 
Other survivors include his wife, Freida Price; two other daughters, Teri Piner of Sea Gate and Sharon Yeomans of Beaufort; two sons, Carl Price Jr. of Sea Gate and Mike Price of Morehead City; a sister, Joyce Barts of Atlantic Beach; a brother, Thomas Price of Hershey, Pa.; 12 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. 
Memorial donations may be made to Core Creek United Methodist Church, 124 Hardesty Loop Road, Newport, N.C. 28570. 
Jun 24, 2001

Hemenway
Robert "Bob" Dale Hemenway, 71, of Newport died June 13 at Carteret General Hospital. 
He was the father of Kathy Dudley of Cape Carteret. 
Services were Saturday at Annunciation Catholic Church with the Rev. Peter McKeown officiating. Burial followed at Gethsemane Memorial Park. 
He retired from facility maintenance at Cherry Point in 1988. 
Other survivors include his wife, Shirley H. Hemenway of Newport; his stepfather, Glenn Wilcox of Canton, Pa.; seven sons, Ronald Hemenway, Shawn Hemenway, Michael Hemenway, David Hemenway and John Hammond, all of Newport, Dale Hemenway of Elizabeth City and Gregg Hammond of Bridgeton; another daughter, Julie McGuinn of Jamestown; a stepbrother, James Wilcox of Waverly, N.Y.; 15 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. 
Memorial donations may be made to the American Heart Association, 4913 Arendell St., Morehead City, N.C. 28557. 
Jun 24, 2001

Parsons
Raynor P. Parsons, 72, of Maysville died June 12 at Craven Regional Medical Center in New Bern. 
He was the brother of Jeremiah Parsons of Swansboro. 
Services were Friday at First Baptist Church in Maysville with the Revs. Greg Salyer and William R. Davis officiating. Interment followed at Dogwood Cemetery in Maysville. 
He worked as a commodity inspector for the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and was a member of First Baptist Church and an ordained deacon. 
Other survivors include his wife, Gene Parsons; three sons, James Thomas Parsons of Warsaw, Jerry P. Parsons of Martinez, Ga., and Raymond E. "Ray" Parsons of Newport News, Va.; a daughter, Rebecca "Becky" Jones of Washington; two sisters, Velma Barbee of Richlands and Blanche Mallard of Maysville; nine grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. 
Memorial donations may be sent to First Citizens Bank, c/o the Ervin Memorial Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 626, Maysville, N.C. 28555. 
Jun 24, 2001

Greeves
Christina Helena Greeves, 31, of Hubert died June 10. 
A memorial service took place Saturday at Jones Funeral Home in Jacksonville. 
A graduate of Coastal Carolina Community College with an associates degree in science, she was a member of the Onslow County Museum Advisory Board, serving as secretary. She was an accomplished equestrian and an avid gardener. 
Survivors include her mother, Katina Geracos Greeves of Topsail Island; her father and stepmother, Lt. Col. Joseph Greeves and Ann Greeves, and her grandmother, Helen Greeves, all of St. Augustine, Fla.; and a sister, Georgiana Anderson of Bellevue, Neb. 
Memorial donations may be made to The Zimmer Cancer Center, 2259 South 17th St., Wilmington, N.C. 28401; The Hospitality House, 1612 Medical Center Drive, Wilmington, N.C. 28401; or the Lower Cape Fear Hospice, 725-A Wellington Ave., Wilmington, N.C. 28401. 
Jun 24, 2001


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