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Celebrating the life of... Mary H. Huntley

Family Gathering: 125 Pineywood Street, Thomasville, NC 27360

Family Wake Service: Tuesday, May 28, 2019 6:00 Pm - 7:00 PM

S. E. Thomas Funeral and Cremation Services

110 Highland Avenue, Thomasville, NC

Funeral Services: Wednesday, May 29, 2019 1:00 PM

Holly Hill Memorial Park

401 W. Holly Hill Road, Thomasville, NC

Obituary

On December 19, 1928, the late Howard and Minnie Henson Huntley gave birth to Mary Huntley in Anson County, North Carolina. She attended the public schools of Anson County. On May 21, 2019, Mary’s earthly life came to a quiet and peaceful close.

Mary was a faithful member of Meltonville Baptist Church in Anson County where she received Christ at an early age. In 1960, she moved to Thomasville, NC and later joined Brown New Calvary Church. She retired from Thomasville Furniture Industry as a sander with 26 years of service.

Mary was fondly known as “Crow” by family and friends. She was a disciplinary and great provider for her family. Everyone knew she said what she meant, and meant was she said. She loved cooking and helping people. Her famous pork chops, fried chicken and sweet potatoes pies will be missed, but never duplicated.

In addition to her parents, Mary was proceeded in death by her husband, Herman Charles Huntley, her daughter, Cynthia Huntley, five brothers, Eddie Huntley, Thomas Huntley, James Huntley, Howard Huntley, Jr., and Valie Huntley, and three sisters, Allean Dunlap, Sarah Duncan and Margie “Ruth” McBride.

She leaves to cherish her precious memories two daughters, Mary Brailsford and Carolyn Chatman both of Thomasville, NC, eight grandchildren, Jonathan, McKenzie, Ryan, Dishun, Orderrious, Chuncey, Ahashia and Shalonda; nineteen great grandchildren, 1 great– great grandchild, one brother, Eugene Huntley of Thomasville, NC, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends.

Gone from our sight

but never our memories….

Gone from our touch

but never our hearts