Walt Cunningham III
Walt Cunningham III., 59, of Southern Pines, died after a short
illness at his home Wednesday, June 21, 2006.
The funeral service will be held Friday, July 7, 10:00am, St Anthony
Church in Southern Pines, NC.
Walt was an active member of St Anthony Church. He was a long time
scouter. Starting out as a cub and
continuing out to boy scout the to Eagle scout. As ab Adult Walt
did Woodbadge, was commissinonies for carisoe picas and troops.
Wnjpyes working with cib say camp each summer. Help ed out with
camporess.Would participate in the oder of the Arrow for mny yearHis
kindness to others was his tradmark always sharing his love for
scouting and could understans why others sis n't fell the wat
Long time scouter in moore county
Commissioner for many units thur the district. Volterring on count
less camporees to cubday camps. Order of the Arrow Natisihi Chapter
To many Walt cunningham III, was more like a friend and gave from
From cubs to boys scout to eagle scout.
Order of the arrow wekend
semiires of summer camp
Joseph M. Grantham Jr.
Joseph Michael Grantham Jr., 58, of Pinehurst, died at home Wednesday,
May 31, 2006.
The funeral service will be held Saturday, June 3, at 11 a.m. at
The Village Chapel in Pinehurst.
Mr. Grantham was the son of the late Joseph Michael Grantham Sr.
and Annie Laurie ìLollyî Grantham. Also known as Joby,
he was a Smithfield native. A graduate of Oak Ridge Military Institute
and East Tennessee State University, he managed The Grand Hotel
in Mackinac Island, Mich.
Mr. Grantham then moved to Pinehurst to be Director of Resort Operations
and General Manager of Pinehurstís Hotel and Country Club.
He left the Pinehurst Hotel to become owner/manager of the Manor
Mr. Grantham left the Manor in the mid-1980s and became very active
in the community. He was past president of the Pinehurst Business
Guild, past President of the Moore County Shrine Club, a member
of the Southern Pines Lodge #484, Chairman of Pinehurst Boy Scout
Troop 7, served on FirstHealth Hospiceís Board of Directors
and was a member of the Board of Realtors.
Mr. Grantham was a certified court mediator and licensed real estate
broker. He gave much of his time to Pinehurstís local Boy
Scout Troop 7, and in 2002 the Occoneechee Council of the Boy Scouts
of America presented him the Silver Beaver Award for his dedicated
service. He continued to be an active businessman in the community
until his death.
He was a devoted father, husband, brother and friend, said a family
Mr. Grantham is survived by his wife, Jean Marie Grantham; his
daughter, Molly Meade Grantham of Charlotte; his sons, Joseph Michael
Grantham III of Charlotte, William Warner Grantham and Stewart Michael
Grantham; his sisters, Barbara Robl of Wilson and Carol Corson of
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Boy Scout Troop 7,
PO Box 953, Pinehurst, NC, 28370.
Boles Funeral Home of Pinehurst is serving the family.
December 1, 2003
A long time scouter, scoutmaster ,Commissioner
SOUTHERN PINES — David Drexel, 76, of Southern Pines, died Monday,
Dec. 1, 2003.
A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Saturday in St. Anthony's
Catholic Church by the Rev. Jeffrey Ingham. Burial will be in Mount Hope
Cemetery. Arrangements are being handled by Powell Funeral Home & Crematory
of Southern Pines.
Mr. Drexel is survived by five daughters, Carole Drexel of Greensboro,
Tina Adams of Whispering Pines, Catherine Drexel of Boston, Frandsca
Caliandro of Middlebury, VI., Angela Drexel of New Haven, Vt.; a son,
George Drexel of Bryan Mawr, Pa.; a sister, ane Drexel of West Palm Beach,
Fla.; a half sister, john R. Drexel III of Newport, R.I.; and nine grandchildren.
The Fayetteville Observer
Lakeview- Patrick Wiggs 15 passway June 19, 2003.
A first class scout and a friend to all. we will miss you.
Memorials may be made to C/o Judy McCoy at BB&T Bank, Pinehurst 28374
From :The Fayetteville Observer
J. Melvin Bean
A friend and a volunteer of scouting over 40 years in Moore County
CARTHAGE J. Melvin Bean, 77, of 5056 Old Carthage Road, died
Thursday, Sept. 26, 2002, in his home.
Mr. Bean was an Army veteran of World War II.
The funeral will be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday in Tabernacle United
Methodist Church in Robbins by the Revs. Keith Miller and Al Trotter.
Burial will be in Brown's Chapel Christian Church cemetery in Robbins.
Mr. Bean is survived by his wife, Georgia R. Bean of the home; a daughter,
Teresa Campbell of Carthage; four brothers, Edward Bean of Adams, Tenn.,
and Ray Bean, Franklin Bean and Kelly Bean, all of Seagrove; a sister,
Jaxie B. McNeill of Seagrove; and three grandchildren.
The family will receive friends Saturday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at
Kennedy Funeral Home in Robbins.
Memorials may be made to
Tabernacle United Methodist Church
P.O. Box 395
Robbins, NC 27325
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