Raymond Lawrence, Jerry Briley, James Phillips, Shawn Heath, Bill Mac Alligood and Grant Tew will serve as pallbearers. Lackland was born in Norfolk, VA on August 31, 1923. She is survived by her daughter: Ann Lackland Taylor of Washington and her grandson: Aubrey B. In addition to her husband and parents, she is preceded in death by her son-in-law: Aubrey B. Kathleen Adams La Coanet, 81, of the 3500 block of Terry Court, died March 6, 1992, in a hospital. He is preceded in death by his wife Trish Lahocki, mother Evelyn R.She was the daughter of Charles Fredrick Branton and Minnie Woolard Branton. On July 5, 1947, she married Sam Boushall Lackland who preceded her in death on January 17, 2002. Lackland was a homemaker and worked for several years in admissions at Beaufort County Hospital. Lahocki, Father Stephen Lahocki, and three brothers, Joe Lahocki, Charles Lahocki and George Lahocki.He moved to Chocowinity in 2004 and in 2005 started teaching business classes and coaching the girls basketball team for Northside High School.
Paul Funeral Home & Crematory of Washington is honored to be serving the Lamm family. Mavis Holloman Lamm, age 80 a resident of Daytona Beach, FL and formerly of Washington, NC died Friday October 29, 2010 at a Florida Memorial Hospice Center. His greatest joy was working with the FUMC Caring Christian Carpenters building ramps for anyone in need. (The Coastland Times - Sunday, December 31, 1995) Mr. He was predeceased by nine brothers and two sisters. He was the son of the late Elmer Eugene Lanier and Mary Virginia Campbell Lanier. John Stanley Lanier, a retired printer who made daily visits to Druid Hill Park for more than 30 years, died Friday at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air of a heart attack.
A funeral service will be held AM Wednesday November 3, 2010 at the Chapel of Paul Funeral Home in Washington officiated by Bryan Lamm. Don Lamm, Michael Lamm, Steven Lamm, Kyle Lamm, Josh Edwards and James Coggins will serve as pallbearers. Lamm was born in Pitt County on August 31, 1930, daughter of the late Oscar Halloman, Sr. On September 17, 1949, she married David Lamm who survives. Willis Robert Landing, age 63, a resident of 74 Buck Country Manor, Chocowinity, passed Friday, March 31, 2017 at Ridgewood Manor Rehabilitation Center. The following will serve as pallbearers: Bryan Ange, Randy Ange, Eddie Edwards, Jr., Joseph Edwards, Michael Mins, and Allen Mitchell. Landing was born in Perquimans County on July 10, 1953. He passionately worked with the organization from the time of its inception, and served as its leader for the past twelve years. Lane is survived by his daughter, Constance Connie Howard of Washington; two grandsons, Andrew Lane Howard and wife , Shelly of Washington, Joel Thomas Howard and wife, Valerie of Greenville; two great grandsons, Jackson Thomas Howard and Cooper Lane Howard; daughter in law, Jo Ann Whitaker of Chocowinity; and niece, Lynn Weatherly and husband, David of Washington. Burial is to take place in Roanoke Island Memorial Gardens, Manteo. Kenneth Leo Lange, age 85, a resident of Croatan Ave., Bath, NC, lost his battle with cancer on Sunday, December 30, 2012 at Vidant Beaufort Hospital. C.; daughters, Doris Dada of Lagos, Nigeria; Lillian D. Lanier of Hamden; a brother, James Edward Lanier of Greensboro, N. (New Haven Register (New Haven, CT) December 21, 1998; pg. David Campbell Lanier, age 67, a resident of Vinegar Hill Road, Aurora, died Tuesday, October 4, 2016 at Carolina East Medical Center in New Bern. David was a welder, long distance truck driver, and marine mechanic specializing in Suzuki. He was 75 and had lived in Northwest Baltimore before moving to Edgewood in 1999.
and Terrie Lamm Fuehrer; her brothers: Oscar Holloman, Linwood Holloman and Howard Holloman; her sisters: Helen Mc Coy and Faye Fulford; 10 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. He was a member of Bethany United Methodist Church, a member of the Masonic order and a long time participant of the Khedive Temple Shrine Club and the Oriental Band, past member of the Hampton Elks Club and the local Antique Automobile Club of America. He is survived by three sisters: Clara Cayton of Wilmington, Lora Oliver of Manteo and Carol Deal of Wilson; two brothers: Richard Lane of Wilmington and George Lane of Chesapeake, Va. He served our country in the US Navy from 1945 - 1964. He was a loving soul to all those that knew him well. Doris Caroline Brooks Langley, a resident of 211 S. on October 25, 1932 to the late Joseph and Alice Campbell Harrington. C., July 17, 1917, son of the late George and Ella Hines Langley. She did further studies at Livingstone College, Salisbury. After he returned to Baltimore in the 1950s, he wrote editorials and was a part-time Linotype operator for the Baltimore Afro-American. on North Fremont Avenue before taking a job in the composing room of the Sunpapers the 1950s.
In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her sister, Vera Chase. Wednesday, January 4, 2012, from the Chapel of Paul Funeral Home & Crematory of Washington. Verna is survived by his wife, Ruth Alligood Lane; his daughter, Alana Holbrook of Yorktown; his son, Michael and his fiancee Terry Mawyer of Richmond; his grandchildren, Melissa and Steve Adair of Germantown, TN; Jason and Lea Holbrook of Yorktown; Mike and Tracey Lane and Matthew Lane of Richmond; his great-grandchildren, Lauren Holbrook of Yorktown; and Devin, Kiefer, Chandler and Aiden Lane of Richmond; sister, Bessie Mae Temple of Kinston, NC. at the Parklawn-Wood Funeral Home Chapel on Saturday, Nov. Burial immediately following at Peninsula Memorial Park. The last ten years he was a UDT Frogman and Seal Team member. Main St., Bath, died peacefully at her home, Monday, October 24, 2011. Langley, a native of Pitt County, lived his early life near Washington and had made his home in Greenville since 1966. She was a member of Love Baptist Church and retired from National Spinning Co. Survivors include one sister, Gladys Harrington of Santa Monica, CA and several nieces and nephews. Langley was preceded in death by four sisters and three brothers. He had lived many years in West Haven before moving to Woodbridge 22 years ago. John Missionary Baptist Church, Aurora, with pastor David Moore Jr. Burial will follow in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Washington. Langley was born in Beaufort County on May 31, 1960. Her employment was as a machine operator at Stanadyne Corp., Washington. John Missionary Baptist Church, Aurora, where she served as an usher and was founder of the churchs food bank. Daniel Lanier, Sr., 86, of Shelton Avenue died Saturday at Yale-New Haven Hospital. A resident of New Haven for 57 years, he was born in Bath, N. "He was one of the first African-Americans in the International Typographical Union," said his daughter, Jacqueline Ruth Lanier of Baltimore.
He attended NC State University where he played on the 1974 National Championship Team.