11/29/05 — LOUISE POPE

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April 17, 1923-Nov. 27, 2005

Louise Bradshaw Pope, 82, of the Belfast Community, died Sunday at Wayne Memorial Hospital.

The funeral will be Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Seymour Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Gary Bailey officiating. Interment will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at Evergreen Memorial Cemetery.

Mrs. Pope was born in Wilson County to the late Julius Ivey Bradshaw and Cora Shadding Bradshaw. She was married to the late W. Cecil Pope and retired as a nurse with Wayne Memorial Hospital. She was a member of Stoney Creek Free Will Baptist Church and its Primetimers and Tuesday Morning Prayer Group.

Her survivors include one son, W.C. Pope Jr. of Seven Springs; two daughters, Peggy P. Barnes of Snow Hill and Judy P. Musgrave and husband Don of Pikeville; two brothers, Luby Bradshaw of Wilson and Lawrence Bradshaw of Kenly; one sister, Margie B. Caudill, and her husband, Harold, of Charlotte; her grandchildren, Vanessa Murray, Chip Barnes, Kimberly Clifton, Jeffrey Scott Hood, Dede M. Sauls and Caroline M. Parkhurst; and 15 great-grandchildren.

She is also survived by her special niece, Mary Ann Carter, and husband, James H. Carter, of Goldsboro; her special friends, Brenda Hartley and Ellen Blizzard; her brothers-in-law, Edward Wooten and wife, Marjorie, of Goldsboro and Mayron and Ruby Pope of Goldsboro; and her sisters-in-law, Agnes Bradshaw and Catherine Bradshaw of Fremont and Mary Pope of Vass.

In addition to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by three brothers, Spicer Bradshaw, Jack Bradshaw and Roland Bradshaw.

Flowers are welcome or memorial donations may be made to Stoney Creek Primetimers' Ministry, 752 Stoney Creek Church Road, Goldsboro, N.C., 27534.

The family will receive friends at Seymour Funeral Home following the service on Wednesday, and other times at her home at 304 South Street.


Published in Obituaries on November 29, 2005 1:58 PM