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LOTTIE G. HAWKINS
FRANKLINTON- Lottie Mae Gibson Hawkins, 72, died Saturday, May 23, 2009. Funeral services were conducted Friday, May 29, at Concord Baptist Church, Kittrell, with the Rev. S. E. Blalock officiating.  Interment followed in the Hawkins family cemetery, Rocky Ford.

She was born in Clarendon County, S. C., to the late Lonnie Gibson Sr. and Mary Anderson Gibson. Soon after moving to North Carolina, she joined Concord Missionary Baptist Church where she was an active member until her health declined.

Two sisters, Ruth G. Terrence and Susie G. Kelly, and one brother, Lonnie Gibson Jr., preceded her in death.

Surviving: husband, Herman Hawkins of the home; daughter, Winifred Hawkins Logan (Keith) of Brooklyn, N.Y.; son, Rodney Hawkins (Tosha) of Jacksonville, Fla.; stepchildren, Herman Hawkins III (Easter) of Columbia, Md., Warren Hawkins (Eliza) of Raleigh and Cecil Maynor of Gambrills, Md.;  sisters, Idella Gibson of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Mary McCauly (Creston) of Odenton, Md.; brother, William Gibson (Rosa) of Greensboro; and 14 grandchildren.

Arrangements by Cutchins Funeral Home, Franklinton.


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