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We will put obituaries online as we get them and provide ways for you to interact with their loved ones left behind.
Ann Freeman Yates died on Sept. 8.
Helen Mayberry Hicks passed away on Sept. 3.
Donald Brady, 76, of Coleridge, passed away on Sunday, August 28. From 2005 through 2019 (with a hiatus in 2016 due to health rea-sons), he and his wife hosted a monthly music event on their rural property.
Multi-talented Greta Lint may be best remembered for her work promoting the North Carolina Zoo.
Man of many talents Clyde Maness passed away on July 31. His pottery shop in Carthage became a mecca for the region's bluegrass musicians on Tuesday nights for a jam session.
She was known for saying her favorite quote “A bushel and a peck and a hug around the neck.”
Boyd Skeen started Lancer, Inc. in Star and also retired from Klaussner Furniture.
Bitsy loved to travel the United States and abroad and was very active and adventurous, as proved by her going zip lining to celebrate her 80th birthday.
Kit spent most of his years growing up in Asheboro before he left to pursue his chosen career in welding and pipefitting, which took him to many places across America.
Betsy grew up in Asheboro but made her way as a teacher in Greenville, NC.
She was the oldest of nine children and the last survivor.
Fran Peoples had a love for golf, working as a volunteer at Randolph Hospital and his long relationship with his wife, Marcia.
Janis traveled the country teaching and developed a national reputation, particularly with metal work and petit point.
Evangeline was a 1944 graduate of Seagrove High School and a graduate of Commercial College of Asheboro.
The 3-year-old won the hearts of everyone around her, laughing and continuing to bring joy throughout a two-year battle with cancer.
Carl retired to Asheboro in 1995 after six decades of ministry.
She was a member of Randleman High School's Class of 1979.
Read about how this Randleman native and 1947 Randolph High School graduate lived her life to the fullest.
Mike loved fishing, the beach, sports and had a great sense of humor.
Her funeral service is scheduled for Feb. 20, 2022.
Bass player Jimmy Kennedy, who used to run a music hall in Seagrove, dies at 65
Chris was a kind, generous, trustworthy, loyal and faithful man. One of his greatest gifts was his ability to make everyone feel comfortable, important, secure and loved.
J.C. York lived a life worth celebrating and writing about.
Alice was a native of Randolph County and was retired from Ramtex with more than 40 years of service. Alice enjoyed traveling all over the United States and went to Egypt, Italy and Ireland.
He was a 1962 graduate of Elizabethton High School and a 1966 graduate of East Tennessee State University. He worked as an analyst for Klopman Mills, Burlington Industries and later Galey & Lord.
He was best known for his kiting and power paragliding. A Celebration of David’s life will be held at Central Falls Baptist Church on Saturday, Jan. 29, at 2:15 p.m. in the fellowship hall.
She had a master's degree in nursing and worked for 37 years at Randolph Health in Asheboro.
An MIT trained electrical engineer, he worked on the first phased array radar at Eglin Air Force Base and also participated in the development of the first fuel-injected engine.
Troy was a long distance truck driver for 20 years. During that time, he received multiple awards for safe driving.
She was retired from Bingham Lumber Company.
Liz worked as a computer programmer early in her life and devoted the remaining years of her life to loving her family.
Employed by Klaussner Furniture for 28 years, Johnny could walk in any establishment in Asheboro and be greeted by a close friend.
After her husband died in a plane crash, she earned a degree at UNC-G and became a teacher.
Jim owned and operated Scott Book Store in Asheboro for many years. He also worked in the horticultural field.
She was an active member of Pleasant Hill Christian Church and will be remembered for her sweet and generous spirit.
She enjoyed spending time with family and friends, going to Walmart and Waffle House, watching Hallmark and the Atlanta Braves — pulling for her favorite player, Freddie Freeman.
Funeral service is 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021.
She is survived by two children.
Ruth received her high school diploma from Farmer High School in Asheboro.
Reggie worked for Burlington Industries in Asheboro, Statesville and Greensboro and retired after 35 years.
Graveside services will be Nov. 16 at Randolph Memorial Park.
Memorial Services will be Nov. 16, 2021, at Ridge Funeral Home Chapel.
Memorial service is Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021.
He was the son of the late John Ervin Swicegood and Lora Jane Crotts Swicegood
An Eagle Scout and a prankster who loved to play jokes on people, he worked as a Senior Service Engineer for Thomas Built Buses for 20 years.
He is survived by one sister and several nieces and nephews.
The Randolph County native was retired from Randolph Hospital.
She enjoyed reading the Bible, serving at church and listening to Christian music.
The ER grad enjoyed spending time with family, her grandchildren and her animals.
His joys were the simple things in life like fishing.
The family will hold a private service.
Gardening was her passion, but she also loved NASCAR, old movies, music and hot dogs.
A Celebration of Life will be Oct. 30.
He had 15 siblings and was survived by four of them.
He was born in Randolph County.
Among his many accolades, he was a Deacon Emeritus at Balfour Baptist Church in Asheboro and was co-owner of Richard's Home and Garden Center.
He was a retired Chief Petty Officer with the US Navy.
He served during the Vietnam War and later retired from the NC Zoological Park.
She retired as a secretary from GE/Black & Decker.
He served and helped countless people through tough times.
He was born in Buncombe County and grew up in Asheboro.
The former insurance salesman loved to race and loved to talk.
He was a dedicated member of the Souls of Service Motorcycle Club in Lee County.
One of Iris' favorite things was sending and receiving cards from family and friends.
He died of natural causes.
The infant passed away on Sept. 24.
She enjoyed a successful career as a restaurant manager.
Pete Cole enjoyed welding, working on cars, and the company of friends and family.
Clement Paffe had a CPA practice for 40 years in High Point, Paml;ico County and Ashebor, NC.
Marie Boone taught fifth grade in the Asheboro City School system for 33 years.
Sheila McCain taught Braille with Guilford County and Asheboro City schools.
Martha Norman was a well-known tennis player from Asheboro.