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Stanley Waters Corbitt
3/29/1957 - 10/17/2020
Greenville – Stanley Waters Corbitt, 63, passed away on Saturday, October 17, 2020.
A graveside service will be conducted Tuesday at 2 pm in the Turner Family Cemetery, Pollard Rd, Greenville. The family will receive friends Monday from 6 to 8 pm at Smith Funeral Service.
Stanley was a lifelong resident of Pitt County and had worked in sales. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, fishing, and collecting antiques.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Estelle Waters Bunting; stepfather, Jesse Mac Bunting; and father, Reddin Chester Corbitt.
Stanley is survived by his brother, Edward Bunting and wife, Bernice, of Greenville; children, Julie and Justin; and several nieces and nephews.

$21 of $8,000 raised
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Daniel Hellyer
4/10/1970 - 10/14/2020
Daniel Hellyer, 50, Logansport, passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020, in Methodist Hospital. His family was unprepared for this tragic loss and any support you can give them is greatly appreciated.

$126 raised
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Logansport, IN
Danielle Lowe
9/16/1975 - 10/14/2020
At age 28, she found herself as a single mom with a young daughter and a ten-month-old baby son to raise on her own. A year later, she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Needless to say, she just couldn't catch a break. For the past 16 years, she has bravely battled MS as it continued to take a toll on her body. After suffering two heart attacks earlier this past summer along with congestive heart failure, a sudden heart attack on Wednesday evening was more than her body could withstand. Her son, Jace, just 17 years old, was her hero as he did CPR to keep her going until the ambulance arrived - but her beautiful heart could beat no more. There are safety nets in society to help those in need but unfortunately, the type of Medicaid disability Danielle received does not allow for any benefits to help with final expenses. Never eligible for life insurance, not able to work...the situation is very sad all the way around. That's where family and friends and even complete strangers can step up to the plate and help Jace and his sister Alijah lay their mother to rest. Any amount, no matter how large or small, is appreciated. Let's show Danielle's children the power of community - c'mon Cass County, let's show them some love.

$1,788 raised
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Logansport, IN
Sheri L Williams
2/19/1969 - 10/4/2020
My mom was a one of kind soul, she was generous, kind and had a huge living heart, im asking for donations to help cover the cost of the funeral due to funds being tied up at the moment.

$100 raised
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Clairton, PA
Joyce Ulery Zoss
10/3/1975 - 10/6/2020
As most of you know, Joyce has been disabled for many years. But the last five years have been worse, from heart attacks, blood clots, and amputations. Joyce had life insurance but it has not been long enough for the insurance company to pay. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

$50 raised
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Matthew Chase Ermis
10/28/1998 - 10/3/2020
Matthew attended Coalgate schools and graduated from Atoka High School in 2017. He worked as a yard hand at Allen Lumber.
Young man died unexpectedly. The family would appreciate all help for his funeral expenses.

$1,545 raised
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Atoka, OK
Sharon "Cricket" Sue Wilp
1/19/1951 - 10/1/2020
Cricket is a longtime Atoka, OK resident, she worked as a truck driver, worked at Wal Mart and she worked as a waitress in the Atoka Truck Stop for many years. She had several strokes and a couple of heart attacks, had to have one of her legs amputated which prevented her from working for the last several years. The family needs help funding her funeral.

$215 of $5,500 raised
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Atoka, OK
Amber Barrett
6/28/1992 - 9/29/2020 you've been kicked in the gut...seeing this here in your newsfeed. News that knocks the wind right out of you. And then disbelief sets in...this can't be true. Amber Barrett - gone at age 28? Our heads are trying to wrap around what this must be like for her family. Such an overwhelming loss. But in the midst of great sorrow - we see those who step up to the plate to help this family. People praying, those bringing food, sending messages and those willing to just "be there" to hug, offer hope and to lend a listening ear. There is more that we can do for the family- even if you don't know this family - many small donations combined can be a huge blessing right now when they can't see hope. We can show them the power of community love. You can donate online and leave your name or you can donate anonymously - The money goes directly towards her final expenses. You can drop off donations to Fisher Funeral Chapel, 914 Columbia Street, Lafayette or donate on this page.

$4,030 raised
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Lafayette, IN
William "Roddell" Boyette
10/15/1955 - 9/24/2020
Dad was selfless person and passed unexpectly without any life insurance. Any help you can provide will be greatly appreciated. Roddell worked with Dopaco in Kinston for a number of years. He enjoyed his career, and the folks he worked with. He was a loving and compassionate person, always willing to help someone in need. He had a heart of gold but was also hard-headed. He loved eating at Kings and McCalls, as well as eating watermelon and tomatoes. He enjoyed going to Myrtle Beach with his family, spoiling Stacy, watching wrestling, and taking naps. His favorite color was blue and he loved Duke Basketball. He would scream at the top of his lungs at the refs as well as cheer them on.
He was preceded in death by his wife and sweetheart of 30 years, Donna Marie Taylor Boyette; parents, Woodrow Wilson Boyette, Sr. and Alma Louise Barnes Jones; parents-in-law, Johnny Ray and Joyce Yvonne Holloman Taylor; and brothers-in-law, Scott Clark and Earl Casteen.
Roddell is survived by his daughter, Stacy Marie Boyette Harrell and husband Matthew; sister, Shelby Clark; brother, Woodrow Wilson Boyette, II and wife Teresa; aunt, Carrie Casteen; brother-in-law, Johnny Ray Taylor, Jr. and wife Shirley; and several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.

$885 of $6,000 raised
14.7500 % Complete

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