W.” Campbell, Jr., 81, of Sanford, died Tuesday, (), at his home. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by a son Thomas Watts Campbell, III and sisters, Marguerite Campbell Nagy and Gwyn Campbell Dixon. Interment of ashes will take place at a later date at a family plot in Concord. Harrington of Sanford; daughter Vicky Clark of Sanford; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Memorials may be made to Cambridge Hills Assisted Living Centeror Faith Baptist Church. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday, () at 2 p.m at Glendon Independent Christian Church with Rev. There will be no formal service but there was a celebration of his life on Tuesday, () at 1 pm in the Family Life Centerat Smyrna United Methodist Churchwhere he was a member. Hussey was the son of the late Lendo Elbert “Pete” and Thelma C. Hackney of Robbins; son, Mark Hussey of Robbins; two grandchildren; sisters, Mary Ann Myrick of Star, and Martha Martin of Denton.
The funeral was held at Barbecue Presbyterian Church on Friday, (), at 11 a.m. He was a veteran of the US Air Force and retired from civil service as Chief of Metrology (the science of weights and measures). Surviving relatives include his wife, Ruby Sullivan Campbell of the home; daughters, Ethel Campbell of Pittsboro, Gloria Radkiewicz of Aberdeen, MD, April Annette Mason of Sanford, René Oakman; sisters, Theresa Campbell Cocolin of Sanford, Billie Campbell Hickox of Callahan, FL; eleven grandchildren and eleven great- grandchildren. William De Hart of Fearrington Village, died Monday, (07-15- 2013), while vacationing in Oriental. Bill was born August 29, 1931 to James and Lois Guffy De Hart in Durham. Hussey, and he worked as a fixer in the textiles industry. His request was no flowers, but make donations to First Health Hospice or Smyrna UMCCemetery fund. Coy Atlas Brown, 91, of Siler City crossed the Great Divide Thursday morning, July 18, 2013 at his home.
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In legal terms, it is a Grant-in-Aid college that is affiliated to the University of Calcutta and is aided by the University Grants Commission, New Delhi.
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