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BETTY LEE MAXEY SWANN
ROCKY MOUNT – Betty Lee Maxey Swann, 71, died peacefully Wednesday, April 24, at Rex Healthcare, Raleigh.

A small businesswoman and devoted mother and grandmother, Swann was born Nov. 22, 1941 in Beaver, W.Va.

She is preceded in death by husband Danny Lee Swann, and parents, Freda and Glen Maxey of Beckley, W.Va.

She was a feisty, giving and compassionate soul who gave everything to her family.

Surviving are: daughters Tara Lee Combs (Steve Combs) of Rocky Mount and Kathryn Swann Harrelson (Jay Lamm) of Castalia; grandson Robert Lee Hines (Lindsey) of Pennsylvania and granddaughter Ashley Nicole Barnes of Rocky Mount; dear confidant and friend, Ted May of Rocky Mount; a brother, Tommy Maxey (Mary) of Beckley W.Va.; four sisters, Pat Stafford (Larry) of Kentucky, Joyce Greenwood (Henry) of Tennessee, Linda Wood (Roger) of Salisbury, N.C. and Donna Malcolm (Don) of West Virgina; several nieces and nephews.

She was a loyal volunteer for United Way of Franklin County, giving time and support to helping the hungry and to children in need of school supplies.

Arrangements are incomplete by Johnson Funeral Home, Rocky Mount.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Rex Healthcare Foundation or the United Way of Franklin County, Feeding Franklin.

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