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GEORGE LEE LEMAY
LOUISBURG - Funeral services for Mr. George Lee LeMay, 78, who died Friday, Dec. 1, 2006, will be conducted at 1 p.m. today (Wednesday, Dec. 6) at Concord Baptist Church in Kittrell, with the Rev. Clarence LeMay officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery.

Surviving: 25 children: Thomas LeMay of Louisburg, Rosa Burt of Kittrell, Annie Boze of Greenville, NC, Earnest Cannady of the home, Vivian LeMay Brown of Durham, Delois Bullock of Zebulon, Hattie Crudup of Bunn, Paulette Stovall of Clayton, Linda LeMay-Russell of Timberlake, Annette Holden Alston, Blanche LeMay, Doris Yarborough, all of Kittrell, Julius Holden of Louisburg, Dorothy LeMay of Kittrell, Shirley Holden, Joyce LeMay, Shelia Williams, Teresa Closs, all of Louisburg, Jacqueline LeMay-Arline of Raleigh, Everette LeMay of Durham, Michael Holden of Louisburg, Avis Bumpers of Kittrell, Matthew Holden of the home, Gwendolyn Holden of Kittrell, and Cheryl Holden of Louisburg; three sisters, Margaret White and Mattie LeMay, both of Kittrell, and Rachel Smith of Charlotte; four brothers, the Rev. Clarence LeMay of Bunn, Lewis LeMay and Linwood LeMay, both of Kittrell, and Theodore LeMay of Boston, Mass.; 55 grandchildren; and 56 great-grandchildren.

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