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CCI 1ST SECTION, ZONE: STATE 18:9:52 INDEX Obituaries are provided as a paid service. Notices may be edited, and all announcements become the property of The News Observer. View and place obituaries at Contact our Obituaries staff at (919) 829-4545 Bold listings indicate expanded obituaries also on this page. City, Name, Age Died Arrangements WAKE COUNTY Cary, Raymond J. Pasternak, 70 Feb 07 Brown-Wynne F.H., Cary Cary, Dolores R.

Silberberg, 81 Feb 07 Brown-Wynne F.H., Cary Cary, Barbara U. Varner, 83 Feb 04 Brown-Wynne F.H., Cary Garner, Carolyn F. Deberry, 63 Feb 06 Bryan-Lee F.H., Garner Garner, Mildred M. Shook, 58 Feb 07 Bryan-Lee F.H., Garner Raleigh, Robert Betts, III, 49 Feb 05 Betts Sons F.H., Oxford Raleigh, James Brandt, 85 Feb 06 Brown-Wynne, Raleigh Raleigh, Dorothy L. Clayton, 88 Feb 07 Bryan-Lee F.H., Garner Raleigh, Mary E.

Collins, 88 Feb 08 Bryan-Lee F.H., Garner Raleigh, Mary D. Eikenberry, 88 Feb 07 Brown Wynne F.H., Raleigh Raleigh, Julio Fajardo, 50 Feb 06 Brown Wynne F.H., Raleigh Knightdale, Richard Gilbert, 82 Feb 07 Montlawn F.H., Raleigh Raleigh, Larry W. Holland, 65 Jan 16 Dunbar F.H. Northeast, Columbia, SC Raleigh, Julia A. Hunter, 90 Feb 06 Lea F.H., Raleigh Raleigh, Enrico T.

Mcleod, 38 Feb 06 Brown-Wynne F.H., Raleigh Raleigh, Julia F. Pugh, 87 Feb 08 Brown Wynne F.H., Raleigh Raleigh, John Staleski, 82 Feb 08 Brown Wynne F.H., Raleigh Raleigh, Addie Stevens, 83 Feb 08 Haywood F.H., Raleigh Raleigh, Hattie M. Watkins, 84 Feb 05 Carlton L. Gray Raleigh Wake Forest, Lillian M. Davis, 83 Feb 07 Bright F.H., Wake Forest Wake Forest, Randy E.

Piper, 51 Feb 07 L. Harold Poole, Knightdale Wendell, Lacy S. Castleberry, 67 Feb 08 Cremation Society NC, Raleigh Wendell, Sarah P. Davis, 56 Feb 07 Wendell, Elizabeth C. Price, 66 Feb 07 L.

Harold Poole, Knightdale DURHAM COUNTY Durham, Carol Anderson, 71 Feb 02 Holloway Memorial F.H., Durham Durham, Eleanore S. Barrett, 82 Feb 05 Cremation Society NC, Raleigh Durham, Regina McLean, 49 Feb 02 Holloway Memorial F.H., Durham Durham, Adell J. Medlin, 91 Feb 08 Hudson F.H., Durham Durham, Frances C. Parker, 91 Feb 07 Cremation Society NC, Raleigh Durham, Norman Smith, 63 Feb 01 Holloway Memorial F.H., Durham FRANKLIN COUNTY Franklinton, Peggie A. Debnam, 66 Feb 06 Richardson F.H., Louisburg Louisburg, Katie B.

McKnight, 81 Feb 02 Richardson F.H., Louisburg Louisburg, Betty R. Shubert, 65 Feb 05 Bright F.H., Wake Forest Louisburg, Desota Wilkins, 97 Feb 01 Richardson F.H., Louisburg JOHNSTON COUNTY Selma, Jeffrey Krasowski, 34 Feb 05 Parrish F.H., Selma Logan Moore, 10 months Feb 08 Parrish F.H., Selma STATE Ahoskie, Willie M. Edwards, 89 Feb 04 F.H., Aulander Angier, Kenneth R. Broadwell, 64 Feb 06 Bryan-Lee F.H., Angier Angier, Herndon L. Wells, 89 Feb 06 Bryan-Lee F.H., Angier Beulaville, Kimberly H.

Lanier, 57 Feb 07 Community F.H., Beulaville Clinton, Dr. Clifton W. Paderick, 73 Feb 07 Royal-Hall F.H., Clinton Fayetteville, Joyce F. Holland, 63 Feb 07 Unity Chapel, Fayetteville Goldsboro, Richard D. Holloman, 86 Feb 08 Seymour F.H., Goldsboro Goldsboro, Earl K.

Keesee, 84 Feb 08 Seymour F.H., Goldsboro Goldsboro, Lynne M. Woollums, 47 Feb 07 Seymour F.H., Goldsboro Greenville, Joan W. Coward, 75 Feb 06 Walker F.H., Windsor Henderson, Cora L. Cook, 52 Feb 08 Lori Chappell F.H., Henderson Jacksonville, Paul A. Bailey, 87 Feb 07 Jones F.H., Jacksonville Kinston, Carrie M.

F. Bright, 58 Feb 05 Don Brown F.H., Ayden Lillington, Olivia Stone, 84 Feb 07 F.H., Lillington Morehead City, Dorothy D. Guthrie, 85 Feb 08 Munden F.H., Morehead City Morehead City Lyle F. Martin, Jan 30 Brooks F.H., Morehead City Pinetops, Mattie L. D.

Battle, 90 Feb 04 Edwards F.H., Wilson Roanoke Rapids, Wallace Hawkins, 78 Feb 07 H.D. Pope F.H., Roanoke Rapids Rockingham, Harold E. Gardner, 81 Feb 07 Carter F.H., Ellerbe Rocky Mount, Rosalie M. Beattie, 89 Feb 06 H.D. Pope F.H., Rocky Mount Rocky Mount, Carroll L.

Joyner, 73 Feb 07 Cornerstone F.H., Nashville Rocky Mount, Grover C. Lucas, 80 Feb 03 H.D. Pope F.H., Rocky Mount Rocky Mount, Davetta R. Lucas, 51 Feb 06 H.D. Pope F.H., Rocky Mount Rocky Mount, Margie L.

Stilley, 83 Feb 07 Wheeler Woodlief F.H., Rocky Mount Roxboro, Marjorie E. Wensauer, 88 Feb 07 Brooks White F.H., Roxboro Sanford, Patricia Covert, 85 Feb 08 Bridges-Cameron F.H., Sanford Southern Pines, David McKenzie Feb 07 Boles F.H., Southern Pines Tarboro, Kelly M. Deal, 21 Feb 07 Carlisle F.H., Tarboro Windsor, George Wesson, 51 Feb 05 F.H., Aulander OUT OF STATE Atlanta, GA, James E. Richardson, 50 Feb 05 William F.H., Zebulon Hackensack, NJ, Mattie R. W.

Grant, 67 Feb 08 H.D. Pope F.H., Roanoke Rapids Newport News, VA, Hazel M. Ryder, 73 Feb 06 Altmeyer F.H., Newport News, VA CARY Raymond Joseph Pasternak, 70, of Cary, formerly of Fulton, NY, died Tuesday, February 7, 2012 at UNC Hospital in Chapel Hill. Raymond was born August 7, 1941 in Syracuse, NY to the late Michael Pasternak and Anna Buhaj Pasternak. He was a graduate of Syracuse University and was employed with Niagara Mohawk Power as a nuclear engineer.

He was later the resi- dent manager of Nine Mile One and Nine Mile Two with the James E. Fitzpatrick Nuclear Power Plant. Raymond never met a stranger, and he served his community well in Fulton, NY, serving as President of the Fulton Lions Club. Raymond is survived by his wife of 48 years, Carol Wenzel Pasternak; daughter, Jill DeCan- dio and her husband, George; granddaughter, Jenna Elizabeth DeCandio all of Cary; several cousins and many friends. The family will receive friends pm Saturday, Febru- ary 11, 2012 at Brown-Wynne Funeral Home, 200 SE Maynard Road, Cary, NC 27511, with a prayer service at A Fu- neral Mass will be held 11:00 am Monday, February 13, 2012 at St.

Michael the Archangel Cath- olic Church, 803 High House Road, Cary, NC 27513. In lieu of please make donations to the UNC Cancer Center: of External Af- fairs, UNC Lineberger Compre- hensive Cancer Center, Cam- pus Box 7295, Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7295, in memory of Ray Pasternak. (Make checks pay- able to UNC Lineberger Com- prehensive Cancer Center). Condolences may be sent to Raymond Joseph Pasternak AUGUST 7, 1941 FEBRUARY 7, 2012 SMITHFIELD Logan Turner Moore, age 10 months, son of John Timo- thy Moore, Jr. and Layne Em- ily Moore of i i passed away on Wednesday, Feb.

8, 2012. A memorial service will be held Friday at 11:00 AM in the chapel of Parrish Funeral Home in Selma with Rev. Billie Law- son Surviving, in addition to his parents are his sister Ansley Peyton Moore of the home; pa- ternal grandfather Tim Moore of Apex; paternal grandmother Jeanne Moore of Raleigh; ma- ternal grandparents Joe and Wanda Grimstead of Nags Head; paternal great grandmother El- sie Wright of Raleigh; maternal great grandmothers Rene Grim- stead of Nags Head and Elsie Sadler of Portsmouth, VA. The family will receive friends at the funeral home following the memorial service. Memorial contributions may be made to Families of SMA, 925 Busse Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 or at

Condolences may be sent to the family at Logan Turner Moore MARCH 21, 2011 FEBRUARY 8, 2012 RALEIGH Enrico T. Mcleod passed away on February 6. 2012. He was born on September 14, 1973 in Wa i DC.

Enrico leaves to mourn his wife Ebony J. Mcleod; sons Enrico Jr, Jason, Justin, Dem- etri and daugh- ter Giovanna; mother Sharon Mcleod; grand- father Barnie and grandmother (deceased) Mary Helen Mcleod; sister Michelle McNear (Mar- cus); nephew Marcus Jr. uncle Ronnie Mcleod; cousins Lazant Mcleod and Remy Mcleod; mother-in-laws Cassandra J. Cooper and Lorraine B. Lucas; father-in-law Archie Lucas; brother-in-laws Damien Lucas, Blake Rollins, Jerome Parker and Lamont Parker; sis- ter-in-law Shawntel Brown; and his beloved dog Casey.

family will receive friends at Brown-Wynne Funer- al Home, 1701 E. Millbrook Rd, Raleigh, NC 27609 on Saturday, February 11, 2012 from 10 am 1 pm. There will be a memorial service at 1 pm at the funeral home with interment to follow at Raleigh Memorial Park. Ev- eryone is invited to return to the funeral home for a repass from 2:30 5 pm. Condolences may be sent to the family at www. Enrico T. Mcleod SEPTEMBER 14, 1973 FEBRUARY 6, 2012 RALEIGH Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Collins, 88, went home to be with her heavenly father on February 8, 2012. Mary Eliz- abeth, daughter of the late Otelia House Ferrell and Walter Rel- due Ferrell was born in Wake County. She is sur- vived by her devoted husband of 70 years, Samuel Ray Collins, Sr.

and was the mother of four children Dolores Bagley (John), Samuel Ray Collins, Jr. (Jill), Ronald G. Collins (Julie) and Lynn Strother, grandchil- dren Lisa Hahn, Chris Bagley, Kelly Muller, Samantha Collins and Jessica Strother, and great-grandchildren. She was also preceded in death by her sisters, Mertie Tibbins, Birdie Lee Wall, Virginia Ferrell and her dear niece Eleanor Seawell. After graduating from Knight- dale High School she went to work for Hudson Belk as a book- keeper where she met the love of her life, Ray.

Mary and Ray were part owners of Collins-Warren Drive-In, where she was famous for her delicious chocolate pies. Later in life after raising her children she retired from the Wake County School System Child Nutrition Services where she was a cashier at Fred A. Smith Elementary School. After her marriage she be- came an active member of Er- nest Myatt Presbyterian Church where she received an Honorary Life Membership in the Women of the Church on September 27, 1968. She was an energetic, joy- ous and dedicated Christian, who has served the Master in all walks of life In the home as a loving and devoted wife and mother; In the community as a good Samaritan to the bereaved and needy; In the con- gregation by faithful attendance and through active participa- tion as Church School Teacher, Youth Advisor, Counselor, Bible Moderator, Committee Mem- ber, served two terms as a Dea- con, two terms as an Elder and served two terms as president of the Women of the Church.

She was a member that took as her motto: thy hand to do, do it with all thy might and to the Glory of The family would like to ex- press their gratitude to the staff of The Laurels of Forest Glenn and Liberty Hospice. A visitation will be Friday, February 10, 2012, Bryan-Lee Funeral Home in Garner, NC from 6-8 pm. Funeral services will be at Ernest Myatt Pres- byterian Church, Raleigh on Saturday, February 11, 2012, at 11:00 am. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. In lieu of memorial contributions may be made to Ernest Myatt Presbyterian Church.

Condolences made to Mary Elizabeth F. Collins AUGUST 21, 1923 FEBRUARY 8, 2012 RALEIGH Hattie Watkins, age 84, of 1011 Greenwich Raleigh, NC passed away February 5, 2012. Funeral ser- vice will be held Friday, Febru- ary 10, 2012 at Carlton L. Gray Funeral Chapel, 2810 Kidd Raleigh, NC. Visitation; Thurs- day, 2pm-8pm at the Funeral Chapel.

Burial will be in Caro- lina Biblical Gardens www.carl- Hattie Watkins JULY 6, 1927 FEBRUARY 5, 2012 GARNER Mildred M. Shook, 58 passed away at Rex Hospital surround- ed by her loving family. Mildred worked for many years as a nurse. There will be a Memorial Ser- vice at 2:00 PM Saturday Feb. 11, 2012 at St.

Andrews United Methodist Church in Raleigh. Family will receive friends and relatives after the service at the church. Mildred was preceded in death by her mother, Mary Browning Holland. Survivors include her hus- band; Milton Gary Shook; father; John Hart, a son, Ben Shook; and a granddaughter, Sa- vanna Shook. Condolences may be made to www.bryan-leefuneralhome.

com Mildred Mae Shook DECEMBER 15, 1953 FEBRUARY 7, 2012 DURHAM Eleanore Spring Barrett, of Durham, North Carolina, passed away Sunday, February 5, 2012 at the Meadowlands Hospice in Hillsborough, NC, after a long, courageous battle with cancer. Ellie was born May 7, 1929 to Gertrude and John Spring in New Rochelle, NY, where she spent her childhood. In 1948, Ellie married Raymond Barrett, also of New Rochelle, and began married life as a diplomatic fam- ily in the Foreign Service, rais- ing 5 children in varied posts, including Mexico, Nicaragua, Ireland, Egypt, Wisconsin, Spain, Washington, DC and Fort Bragg, N.C. In retirement, Ellie lived with her husband in New Jersey, Switzerland, and North Carolina. After his death, she moved to Spokane, Washington, living there until moving back to Durham, N.C.

to be close to family. husband, Raymond, eldest son, Grainger Barrett, and twin, John Spring, prede- ceased her. She is survived by her sister, Helen Ramaglia; four children, Cherilyn Ensby, Clark, Melanie and Holly Barrett; sons and daughters-in-law; as well as fourteen grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Ellie was a one of a kind. She is much loved, shall be sorely missed, and her will continue for generations to come.

Memorial Services will be held at on Friday, Feb- ruary 10th at St. Matthews Epis- copal Church in Hillsborough, NC. Memorials may be made to the Salvation Army Youth Dept, Spokane, Washington. Online condolences at CremationSoci- Eleanore Spring Barrett MAY 7, 1929 FEBRUARY 5, 2012ROXBORO Marjorie Edwards Wensauer age 88, of 822 Frank Street died Tuesday, February 7, 2012. She was born in Johnston County to the late Joe and Ella Edwards and was also preceded in death by her two sisters, Lu- cille Parrish and Faye Trott, and one brother, Joe Edwards, She was retired from the Per- son High School Cafeteria.

She was a member of Grace United Methodist Church. The family will receive friends 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM Friday, February 10, 2012 at Brooks White Funeral Home. The funeral service will be 11:00 AM Saturday, February 11, 2012 in the Brooks White Chapel with the Rev. Ross Thompson and the Rev. Don Da- vis Burial will be in the Person Memorial Cemetery.

Memorials may be made to charity of choice. Condolences may be made to Marjorie Edwards Wensauer In Loving Memory Of Doris V. Peaco*ck MARCH 10, 1940 FEBRUARY 9, 2006 Because of you I am no longer afraid of what time will bring. For I measure time by the Love you gave.

Your Husband Bobby Ray Peaco*ck RALEIGH Retired architect James Lew- is Brandt, 85, died peacefully on February 6th, 2012 at his home in Raleigh. He success- fully battled Lymphoma for 10 years, until succumbing to Acute Lymphatic Leukemia. A celebration of his life will be held at Pullen Memorial Bap- tist Church, 1801 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh on Saturday, February 18th at 11am. He leaves his wife of 39 years, Marilyn Morrissette Brandt; son James Bartie (Bucky) Brandt of Raleigh, son Robert Kelly Brandt and his wife, Lacey Pfaff Brandt of Wellesley, MA; stepson Ed- ward Newton Upchurch and his wife, Elizabeth Kelly Upchurch of Raleigh; grandchildren Mar- got Kelly Brandt and Beau Law- rence Brandt of Wellesley MA; and Meredith Forest Upchurch, Kathryn Walker Upchurch and Caroline Kelly Upchurch of Ra- leigh. Brandt was born September 20, 1926, in Brooksville, MS to Bartholomew Brandner Brandt and Lucile Peterson Brandt.

He was named for his uncle, James Lewis Peterson, an army reserve pilot who was killed in an automobile accident just weeks before Brandt was born. He grew up in Washing- ton (NC), Durham, and Green- ville, as the family moved with his academic career. But most of his summers were spent in Brooksville where his grand- father owned a general store, a house and farm. Brandt enlisted in the Navy in 1944 serving as an Electronics Mate. At the end of the war, he was assigned to San Francisco where he ted the USS Avery Island, and the USS Wharton with electron- ics in support of the post-war atomic bomb tests.

He turned down an opportunity to conduct the testing at Bikini Atoll, and, instead, moth-balled an aircraft carrier escort, the USS Nassau, in Bremerton, WA. came home from the Navy calling himself and obtained work in October, 1946, at a radio station in Green- ville, WGTC, as a broadcast engi- neer. One of his on-air duties was to produce the coverage of local minor league baseball games. They have the budget to broadcast from the park, so an announcer would read a teletype transmission of the play-by-play and describe it as if he were at the game. job was to provide realistic sound effects, like crowd noises, by playing sound bites from a record at the appropriate time.

father, Dr. B. B. Brandt, was appointed to the zoology faculty at North Caro- lina State University in Janu- ary, 1947, and so the young man moved with his parents to Ra- leigh. He chose to study Archi- tecture at the new NCSU School of Design because, he said, like to see things get In 1951 he became the editor of the Publications of the School of It contin- ued to be published regularly for at least 27 years.

Brandt graduated in 1951 with honors having earned a B. A. in Architecture. That summer he married Mary Louise Kelly, a St. College English teacher.

They were divorced in 1971. In November 1951 he was hired by Greensboro architect Edward Lowenstein. Brandt was the most proud of the A. M. and Ruth Fleishman Residence in Fayetteville for which he did the drawings and detail design.

It featured a double cantilevered roof which Brandt described as In late November, 1952, Brandt joined G. Milton Small in Raleigh and became his as- sociate architect. They shared an excitement for Modernist architecture, and they collabo- rated on many notable buildings in the Triangle area and beyond. These include the 1954 Gregory Poole showroom and on Hillsborough Street (with George Matsumoto), the 1957 Home Security Life Building in Durham, the 1962 Northwest- ern Insurance Building, now occupied by the Raleigh Ortho- paedic Clinic at 3515 Glenwood Avenue, the 1963 Bank Building at 119-191 Hay Street in Fayetteville, and the 1971 North Carolina Medical Soci- ety Building at 222 North Per- son Street, Raleigh. At NCSU, buildings they designed include the 1959 Talley Student Cen- ter, which includes his work on Stewart Theater, Price Music Center, and the 1960 University Bookstore (now demolished).

Also with Milton Small, Brandt laid out the Raleigh sub- divisions of Drewry Hills and Oak Park. In addition, he de- signed several of the houses in Drewry Hills. But, his masterpiece, per- haps, is his own 1955 house, since sold, at 122 E. Drewry Lane in Raleigh brandt.htm). The Mies van der Rohe inspired design includes a plate glass back wall overlook- ing Crabtree Creek.

The roof was originally covered with custom made arches (since reno- vated) which provided shade and gave the house a futuristic look. The building is suspended on a series of columns, and the cantilevers on the sides and back make the house appear to hover above the steep, wooded lot. After his professional retire- ment in 1991, Brandt devoted his time to genealogical re- search. He published his work in two bound volumes which were distributed to libraries and family members. He researched Peterson for 5 years, and Brandt for 9 years.

A dream of his was when he and his wife Marilyn bought a residence at the beach and they enjoyed many happy hours sailing on Bogue Sound. He passed on to his children and step-children his interests in music, art, photography, sailing, electronics, and woodworking. Brandt was an active mem- ber of Pullen Memorial Bap- tist Church for about 50 years. He served on the building and grounds committee when the church renovated its 3rd into classrooms. He had a special interest in Hope Center and its demonstrated ability to help people reshape their lives.

Those wishing to make a gift in his honor may send that gift to: The Hope Center, Pullen Memorial Baptist Church, 1801 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, NC 27605. James Lewis Brandt SEPTEMBER 20, 1926 FEBRUARY 6, 2012 Hazel Mitchell Ryder NEWPORT NEWS, VA Hazel Mitchell Ryder, 73, passed away Monday, Feb. 6, 2012 at her home. Born in An- niston, Alabama on Jan. 19, 1939, she was the daughter of the late Harold and Carrie Mitchell.

She was raised on a cotton farm in Jarrett, VA, and later attended Texas University. She had worked as a specialty retail man- ager at and in Williamsburg, VA and as a real estate broker with Coldwell Banker in Raleigh, NC. Hazel had a love for animals, especial- ly cats, and often volunteered at the ASPCA in Raleigh. She also enjoyed gardening, reading, travel, and laughter. Ms.

Ryder is survived by her loving family, including her three sons, Kevin Ryder, Christopher Ryder, and Richard Ryder, two daughters, Patri- cia Ryder and Susan Ryder; her sister, Colleen Daniels; eight grandchildren, Price, Brittany, Cameron, and Laurel Ryder, Nikki Bessette, Radleigh Smith, and Joshua and Elliott Foster. The family will receive friends Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012 from p.m,. at Altmeyer Fu- neral Home, Denbigh Chapel, 12893 Jefferson Newport News, VA. A memorial service to cel- ebrate life will follow at 3:00 p.m.

In lieu of the family asks that donations in her mem- ory be made to the ASPCA or Hospital of the Daughters. Condolences may be made to the family at www.altmeyer. com Explore our expanded obituary features and send and gifts, or create a memorial website. THE NEWS OBSERVER6B A THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2012Obituaries.

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